Every kid or teenager who plays video games wishes they knew how to write their very own video games! With our “at-home” Computer Science For Kids Programming Tutorials, your kids can learn to develop their own kid-friendly non-violent video games and other career building computer applications with no parent programming experience needed. Our self-study and self-paced computer programming tutorials have been used all over the world by computer enthusiasts, schools, homeschool parents and homeschool co-ops for over 30 years.
We currently offer computer programming tutorials for Microsoft Small Basic, Microsoft Visual Basic, Microsoft Visual C#, and Oracle Java. The Computer Bible Games For Microsoft Small Basic Programming Track is designed for students starting at 10 years of age and above. Our Computer Bible Games with Visual Basic, Visual C#, and Java Tutorials are designed for eighth grade students through Adult.
So where should your student start? If you or your student have no previous computer programming experience, we highly recommend you start with our Computer Bible Games For Microsoft Small Basic” programming tutorial for beginners. If you personally have experience with Visual Basic, Visual C# or Java and you want to provide some personal coaching and guidance to your student along the way, we suggest you pick the computer language you are most familiar with. If you and your student are both new to computer programming, just start with the first Microsoft Small Basic textbook below.
Once your middle school student has successfully completed our Computer Bible Games For Microsoft Small Basic tutorial they can easily move right into any of the other Programming Language tutorials like Visual Basic, C#, and Java. If your student is interested interested in learning 3D Game Programming we now offer a Unity 3D C# Game programming tutorial. All of our tutorials are self-paced and self-study so they are designed for “parent-friendly” independent learning. Students ages 10 – 12 may need some assistance with advanced math concepts like square roots. So with that introduction, let’s review each of our “parent-friendly” self-study computer programming tutorials in more detail.