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ScratchJr Interactive Collage

In this course, we will create an interactive collage using a coding block app called ScratchJr. Students will learn how fun it is to create scenes and characters while applying coding blocks to their creations.

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Amazing Things You Can Do With a Web Browser (And a Bit of Code)

Web browsers don't just display web sites, they can run programs too. In this course, you'll learn how to create and run JavaScript programs in any web browser. In fact, with just a few lines of JavaScript, you will be able to entertain your friends, expose the secrets of web pages, and even turn your browser into a talking pirate.

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Photography Basics

Learn all of the basics of good photography, from choosing your subject to treating your final photos. After completing this course, you'll be well on your way towards becoming a great photographer.

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Teaching kids to program

This course was designed by Pluralsight authors to teach their own children the basics of programming. Now you can use Visual Studio to teach your own kids to program in C# and learn about objects, methods, variables and loops in a fun and creative way.

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Learning to program with Scratch

Scratch was designed to teach children the basics of programming in a visual way. In a short time, kids can visually grasp the basics of how programming languages work, and they can create fun computer games. Scratch teaches the general skills and principles to be successful in just about any programming language, yet it's fun and intuitive.

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Learning to build apps with App Inventor

Now kids can create and publish an Android application without writing a line of code. In this course, kids will learn how to use MIT's App Inventor to create four functional apps and get some basic programming concepts along the way. It's a gentle introduction to programming in a language like Java, and they'll have fun creating real applications as they learn.

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Learn to program: Kodu Kingdom Defense

Kodu lets kids create games using a simple visual programming language. In this course, kids will use Kodu Game Lab to learn how to program a tower defense-style action game that is able to run on both PC and Xbox.

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Basic HTML for Kids

In this course, kids will learn the basics of HTML, the publishing language of the web. Step-by-step demos will show them how to build a site, including how to utilize the most common tags used in HTML5.

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Making Games With Hopscotch

Learn how the Hopscotch app for iOS can teach kids basic programming concepts through making an interactive game.

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