Small Basic For Kids is a self study or instructor led first semester Elementry School illustrated introduction to computer programming that provides an interactive, self-paced tutorial to learn the Microsoft Small Basic programming environment. The book consists of 30 short lessons that explain how to create and run a Small Basic program. Students learn about program design and many elements of the Small Basic language. Numerous examples are used to demonstrate every step in the building process. The tutorial also includes two complete games for students to build and try – a text-based Hangman game and a simple video game This self-study or instructor led tutorial is appropriate for students in 3rd-4th grade. If your students entering 5th grade or higher they should start with our BEGINNING MICROSOFT SMALL BASIC programming tutorial.
The Beginning Microsoft Small Basic Programming Tutorial is a self-study first semester “beginner” programming tutorial consisting of 11 chapters explaining (in simple, easy-to-follow terms) how to write Microsoft Small Basic programs. The last chapter of this tutorial shows you how four different Small Basic games could port to Visual Basic, Visual C# and Java. The self-study or parent-led programming tutorial is appropriate for kids 5th grade and above.
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Our Classic Children’s Learning Software for Pre-K through 8th Grade Students
Our Award Winning Children’s Educational software titles (pre-school to Grade 8) that provided computer based exercises in the areas of math, language, logic, science, spelling, and social studies. KIDWARE FAMILY SOFTWARE has sixteen applications and games that you can use at home. There are applications to help your kids with homework, applications to help with household tasks and fun games to play. These programs and games include a Dual-Mode Stopwatch, Consumer Loan Assistant, Flash Card Math Quiz, Multiple Choice Exam, Blackjack Card Game, Weight Monitor, Home Inventory Manager, Snowball Toss Game, Safecracker Game, Tic-Tac-Toe Game, Match Game, Pizza Delivery Simulation Game, and a Moon Landing Game. These applications and games became the inspiration for our award-winning computer programming tutorials.