Month: May 2012
“For the same reason everyone should take some history and political science—it’s the style of thinking that’s important. The way of thinking about addressing problems [in computer programming] is an important skill to have.” ~ Charles Isbell, associate dean for academic affairs at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing
How cool is the ability to use ANY real world object (Im using a popsicle stick) as a game controller with Scratch 2.0! Kudos to the @scratchteam
KinderCoder was built for the 1st & 2nd graders we work with prior to them being introduced to the full Scratch version … feel free to have your 1st & 2nd graders play with it as well !
Mac Version – http://greenbushlabs.com/KinderCodeMAC.zip
Windows Version – http://greenbushlabs.com/KinderCodeWIN.zip
and we are doing our part as well at http://classes.greenbush.us
Yes … I want one: