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Review: Windows Programming and Game Programming by CompuScholar

Why should you and your kids care about computer science?  As the Sonlight website points out, there are many jobs in the field.  Furthermore, as one of our daughters discovered to her dismay, not knowing about programming can make it difficult to find work even in other fields.  (The next year she managed to fit programming into her university course schedule.)

A careful look at interests and aptitudes, such as with Vicki Tillman’s Career Exploration, will help your children determine whether or not computer science would be valuable for them.  However, for those in grades 6-8, the ones who would be taking this particular course, there is nothing like some hands-on exposure.

If you want to learn more about this excellent homeschool computer course, read my complete review “Windows Programming and Game Programming by CompuScholar” at the Curriculum Choice.


  1. Robert says:

    If folks are interested in a local special needs-friendly programming camp this summer for children ages 10-18, please go to http://twp.beckwith.on.ca/recreation/day-sports-camps/

    1. Annie Kate says:

      I will let people know. Thanks for the information.

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