Programming for children

drickel davidNOdaSPAM at globes.com.invalid
Fri Mar 10 23:35:34 CET 2000


In article <38C8A4DA.12E8A20B at bibsyst.no>, Thomas Weholt
<thomas at bibsyst.no> wrote:
>ekim_yar at my-deja.com wrote:
>
>> I've got two seven year olds that I want to introduce to
programming, and I
>> thought logo might be a good way to do it.  Also, I could
swear I saw a
>> python version of logo somewhere... I searched sourceforge.net
and python.org
>> but couldn't find it anywhere.  Anyone know more?
>>
>> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
>> Before you buy.
>
>Hi,
>
>My 3 year old son is having some problems with his
socket-programming.He keeps
>drooling on the keyboard making the keys sticky, then he
completly ignores the
>use of exceptions and sometimes even code entierly without
indention.
>
>What should I do? Force him to play outside, make friends or
perhaps develop
>some social skills? No way!
>
><prankster>
>Thomas
></prankster>

Why is this posted here?  Surely he's programming in assembly?


david rickel


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