Professor Smiley's Programming for Kids
I've been asked about Programming help for
Last update: April 18, 2010
Of course, I highly recommend my
books----they've been used by children as young as 6 to learn to program, and
are also used extensively in High Schools---particularly those languages that
have free compilers available (such as C++, C# and Java).
In addition, my associate, Jordan H., a
young person himself, has identified these very useful links. Thanks Jordan!
Computer programming curriculum for
high school and home school students.
(New Version Of KPL)
Real programming, really fun!
Inside of ToonTalk's animated world
you will build and run all sorts of computer programs.
This site is for information on
computer books and software to help children learn about computers,
programming, and creating multimedia programs.
"The Free Programming Language
for Kids!" . . . and adults who are kids at heart!
Programming tutorials for all
Box's Blog on teaching kids to program
Teaching my kids to program...
Are you a cool kid who wants to
impress your friends and family with your mad skillz?
Kids Programming Links
List of kids programming sites.
Windows Software Development
Learn about different computer
languages, learn about Visual Studio Express, and even create a Web browsing
program. If you are ready for more of a challenge then this might be right
Learn about creating Web sites,
different computer languages, learn about Visual Studio Express, and
for more of a challenge then this might be right for you!
2D game Development
2D Game Development Concepts, and much
Imagine, Program, Share: Join Scratch!
A Great Easy To Follow Tutorial On
A Brilliant Free Ebook on The Python
A Great Site Filled With Tutorials On
How To Create HomeBrew Application For The Wii in C++.
Do You Really Want To Try Something
Really Hard?! Then Try Learning Assembly Language!
2D and 3D Tutorials
Have You Ever Wanted To Make Your Own
Games? Then Your In Luck! This Set Of Tutorials Teaches You Nearly All You
Need To Know To Make Great Computer Games In XNA and C#!
Do You Want To Learn A Language That
Fun, Easy, And Great For Creating You On Computer Games? Try This Tutorial
On QBASIC! A Classic!
Learn XNA 4.0
Learn SliverLight 4.0