Move The Turtle: iPhone & iPad

Move The Turtle iPhone & iPad learnig code for kids 6

Description 

Looks great on the iPad and compatible with iPhone, worth the £1.99. Give it a go, your love it too!

Move The Turtle is an educational application suitable for young learners teaching children the basics of creating computer programs, using intuitive graphic commands.

Move the Turtle is friendly Turtle that will introduce you and your child step by step to the basic concepts of programming in a colourful graphic environment.

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Move The Turtle iPhone & iPad learnig code for kids 6

You and your child will learn how:

To plan complex activities composed of simple elements
How to reuse previously completed work.

Move The Turtle iPhone & iPad learnig code for kids 6

Programming is about more than completing tasks, it is also about implementing your own ideas using your imagination.

Move The Turtle iPhone & iPad learnig code for kids 6

Move the Turtle teaches children (ages 5+) the basics of programming.
Challenges and rewards keep children (with parents’ assistance) & teenagers (on their own) engaged!

Move The Turtle iPhone & iPad learnig code for kids 6

Learn how  to use graphics, spatial orientation and sound in programming.

Move The Turtle iPhone & iPad learnig code for kids

You have the opportunity to create your own programs from scratch or based on our inspiring examples.

Move The Turtle iPhone & iPad learnig code for kids

Looks great on the iPad and compatible with iPhone, worth the £1.99. Give it a go, your love it too!

KineScript : iPad

Description 

KineScript is a great colourful app for learning  visual programming.  Children and beginners can learn coding and share there work.

Easily It’s easy to make a scene,  built-in sprite characters, stage images and sounds library.

Drag a script and build the script block to control the flow and to change the behaviour. You can build animations, games and stories easily to share them by email.

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The library contains many other artist’s works; free sound clips and clip arts specially from openclipart community.

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Built-in characters, stage images and sounds library.
Support user defined variable.
Built-in script palettes;

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Character controls and animation functions, stage controls, if/while conditions, sub-routine,
math operations, sound controls, coloured-tracing and particle effects.

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Script inspector to change the number, colour, math operations and change a sprite or sound easily.
Dragging a script to easily to attach or detach to build block to work.

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Support full screen player window to run or to edit the scene.
Export to email and import from it.

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Includes easy how to guide.
Sound recoding.
Sample project included.

Cato’s Hike (lite) : iPhone & iPad

Cato's Hike (lite) app review

Description 

Cato’s Hike is a game for the iPhone & iPad teaching  young children and beginners basic programming skills.Younger students will enjoy solving levels using simple coding techniques while older students will be able to use advanced concepts.

Learning to use loops and branching as well as even more advanced concepts such as basic stack or memory. The LITE version is more that enough encourage the young and beginners to start learning whilst encouraging them to progress further.

Cato is a little boy who just like every little boy likes to go out and play. One fine day Cato was playing outside when a portal to another world opened up in front of him; a portal to another world!

Cato stepped through and discovered that this world unlike his own didn’t follow the same rules. Every time he tried to take a step or an action he’d find himself stuck in place. Stuck that is until he finally discovered the rules in this universe: by writing a program for himself he would be able to overcome all obstacles and learn something new along the way!

learning Code for Kids” loves the “Lite” version. It is colourful and keeps the user engaged.

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This is the Lite version, and includes the tutorial world and the *FULL* map editor with sandbox mode so you can create your own little worlds and puzzles.  Play them, challenge your friends and family.

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* Simple programming interface using beautiful cards with pictures
* 59 levels and 10 tutorials (always working to add more!)
* Powerful map editor so you can create your own maps and puzzles and share with friends
* Preview your maps directly in the map editor to save time and test out your maps more quickly!

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* Saves program progress so you can pick up at any time and iteratively develop
* Email your puzzle solutions to share your genius with others
* Beautiful artwork and amusing sound effects and music
* A manual to help guide parents and more interested users

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* Puzzles ranging from easy to hard to teach different programming concepts without trying to force them
* Loops, branches and if/else, and simple memory using colored flags are the main tools used to introduce programming
* Emailed maps include gorgeous screenshot of what you are sending so your friends know what to expect

Kato full version IOS app review, learning code for kids

The full version of the game unlocks the rest of the worlds and allows you to  share your programs and maps.

Cato's Hike (lite) app review

* Cato’s Hike teaches children (ages 5+) the essentials of programming and how to think about solving complex problems
* The challenges in there are solvable easily by children of all ages but more nuanced and complex solutions should challenge teenagers and parents alike!