Thursday, July 28, 2011

A chance to win free Computer Programming Software

Hey everyone! I wanted to tell you about this great prize giveaway I just signed up for! As you know, one of my links is to this great site called Freely Educate. If you have a computer enthusiast at home or are just trying to fulfill a high school technology requirement, you should check out this contest.

From their site:

"Do you have a computer enthusiast in the house, but just thinking about teaching him or her makes your head ache and your typing fingers hurt? If so, you'll be happy to know that some very smart people created computer programming courses for kids & teens, specifically for homeschoolers and - best of all - without you needed to help teach.

And guess what? They want to give a full curriculum to two Freely Educate readers! I'll tell you how to enter the giveaway in a bit. First, here is more about TeenCoder and KidCoder:

Using KidCoder and TeenCoder, students in grades 4th-12th learn Windows and Game Programming using industry-standard Visual Basic and C# languages. The self-study courses may be completed by your student at his/her pace. All courses come with fully coded activity solutions; no teacher expertise required. Each course includes a perfect-bound 8.5 x 11" textbook and enclosed CD with professional setup program.

Homeschool Programming, Inc. wants to send out a package to two winners who may choose from these two options:

KidCoder: Windows Programming curriculum + Instructional Video ($85 value)

TeenCoder: Windows Programming curriculum + Instructional Video ($90 value)"

ok, that's all for now. If you're interested, pop over to their site and enter for your chance to win:

Freely Educate

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