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Mon Sep 23 13:54:06 BST 2013
Meanwhile, may I remind you that MIT Scratch (http://scratch.mit.edu) is still going strong, and is suitable for all children from 2 to 222.
On 23/09/2013, at 10:43 PM, Mark Keating wrote:
> On 23/09/2013 13:22, Joel Bernstein wrote:
>> On 23 September 2013 13:39, Nicholas Clark <nick at ccl4.org> wrote:
>>> Robot Turtles is a board game you play with your favorite 3-8 year
>>> old. It sneakily teaches programming fundamentals.
>> I'm not aware of any 3-8 year olds in this group, am I missing the point?
> Really, I can think of quite a few people whose behaviour clearly places them in that age bracket ;)
> But i agree with Nicholas, i have a 3 year old and I want him to be a rockstar-actor-programmer to look after me in my dotage, which is actually already here, so the younger he starts earning the better.
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