Pages on KidsLike.info, ordered by popularity

This page lists pages on KidsLike.info. The pages are listed in order of popularity. The higher on the list, the more times that page has been viewed.

Here are 3 pages which are new but are very popular.

1. A review of various educational programming languages.
http://kidslike.info/computer_programming_educational_programming_langua...

2. Recommended books for teaching children programming
http://kidslike.info/recommended_books_teaching_kids_programming

3. A list of our best pages about teaching programming by using Scratch

http://www.kidslike.info/scratch_computer_programming_tutorials

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1print Chinese flash cards for free -- yellowbridge.comDec 25, 2008
2Scratch (programming language, educational)Aug 21, 2008
3Using decodable textOct 22, 2008
4How to draw a sky with grass background -- Greenfoot programming lessonDec 23, 2008
5Children's books about Bill GatesDec 05, 2008

6Java for Kids tutorial software ($20, free trial)Aug 20, 2008
7Using Alice to teach programming to middle school girls -- Alice for story tellingAug 12, 2008
8Scratch versus other alternatives for teaching programmingAug 12, 2008
968 decodable fiction passages from free-reading.net -- first grade levelOct 22, 2008
10Average SAT scores at MITDec 24, 2008
11Go Figure -- one of the best books getting elementary school children interested in mathDec 05, 2008

12Greenfoot book -- Introduction to Java Programming with GreenfootDec 05, 2008
13Lua book -- Beginning Lua ProgrammingDec 05, 2008

14the dumb bunnies book -- very funny for kids in first grade!Dec 05, 2008

15Python book -- Beginning Game Development with Python and PygameDec 05, 2008

16Teaching girls to program video games with GreenfootAug 14, 2008
17Teach scratch to six year oldsDec 17, 2008
18How teachers have used AliceSep 24, 2008
19Lego Mindstorms NXT Zoo! book for building Lego robotsDec 05, 2008

20How Math Works -- 100 hands on projects for learning about mathDec 05, 2008

21Dan Hawk's scratch lessonsSep 08, 2008
22Lua book -- Game Development with LuaDec 05, 2008

23MIT-sponsored free science summer camp for high school juniors and seniors (RSI)Oct 21, 2008
24Is pygame a good way to teach children programming?Aug 04, 2008
25Alice in Action book -- Computing through AnimationDec 05, 2008