Teach Me Programming - Blog

Your Child's Introduction to Programming

Children on computersChildren are often smart, inquisitive and creative.  Can children learn how to program?  If they have learned how to talk, crawl, walk and bicycle, they can definitely learn how to program.



Can Children learn HTML?

Can Children Learn HTML?Not only can children learn how to program, but learning web programming with HTML5 and CSS and following strict rules governed by XHTML is attainable.   If your child is comfortable with English, is confident in typing and savvy with the computer, then he/she is off to a great start!



How to Embed Your Scratch Applet in HTML5

Scratch in HTML5 Even though there is a Scratch project website where the Scratch community uploads its projects, there is also an alternative method to embed Scratch within your own website.  Since TeachMeProgramming.com is also teaching HTML5, we are happy to show you how to embed your Scratch applet using HTML5.  Read on to find out more.



Teach Me Scratch for Kids (Intro)

Teach Me Scratch for KidsScratch is the hottest programming environment for children who want to learn how to program and for adults who are using Scratch to teach programming to children.  Scratch is an invention from MIT and has attracted 1/2 million registered users in the Scratch community, creating and sharing their animations with the world.

Schools have incorporated Scratch into their computer science curriculum and graduate students are using Scratch as their research and teaching platforms.

TeachMeProgramming.com has found very good resources for teaching Scratch.  Here is a quality video that introduces the basic concepts of Scratch to you.


HTML5 , Videos and OGG

HTML 5 web pageWhy HTML5?  Haven't we had a stable version of HTML for the last decade?  Well, we did, but like all technologies, we need to supply and demand based on the changing landscape of the future in Web computing.  HTML5 is the next standard for Hyper Text Markup Language and it is supposed to be more robust than its predecessor, HTML 4.01.



Page 3 of 3