Friday, August 30, 2013

Kid Coder Beginning Web Design from Homeschool Programming Review

I am an affiliate for Homeschool Programming and this review does contain affiliate links.....

This past year, my 14 year old son completed Teen Coder Windows and C# Programming from Homeschool Programming.  He really enjoyed the course, learned a lot and earned 1 electives credit for high school.

Though not as tech savvy, my 12 year old has wanted to learn some programming as well.  So, between my 14, 12 and 10 year olds we reviewed the Kid Coder Beginning Web Design from Homeschool Programming.





From their website:

KidCoder: Beginning Web Design is the first semester course in the KidCoder Web series. 4th–12th grade students will learn to create their own web pages using HTML. Hands-on fun for all students, young or old!


Topics Covered in this CourseKidCoder: Beginning Web Design
  • Mark-up concepts
  • Website layouts and files
  • Backing up projects
  • Essential HTML symbols
  • Styling of text
  • Using symbols and lists
  • Internal and external hyperlinks
  • Navigation bars and footers
  • Simple CSS effects
  • Spacing and positioning
  • Graphics and image editing
  • Tables


Kid Coder Web Design is created for students between 4-12 grade and retails for $70 for the course only, $85 for the course with video and $20 for the video only. The second semester (Advanced Web Design) is available as a package for $120.


OUR EXPERIENCE:  Read the rest of the review HERE!








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