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  4. Python, Python, Python. There are many resources for kids (even younger kids than your daughter). Here are a few (no personal experience with them):https://www.techrocket.com/code/python-courses... See More
    Python, Python, Python. There are many resources for kids (even younger kids than your daughter). Here are a few (no personal experience with them): https://www.techrocket.com/code/python-courses ... See More
  5. Raspberry Pi
  6. sparkFun
  7. Hour of Code
  8. "Hour of Code" site provides many options including analog exercises that telegraph what coding actually does. https://code.org/learn
    "Hour of Code" site provides many options including analog exercises that telegraph what coding actually does. code.org/learn
  9. I agree with the Scratch suggestion as well as checking out code.org. My daughters also had a great time at IDtech camp in the summer - my 10 year old has been begging to do the overnight camp at UC Berkeley. https://www.idtech.com/
    I agree with the Scratch suggestion as well as checking out code.org. My daughters also had a great time at IDtech camp in the summer - my 10 year old has been begging to do the overnight camp at UC Berkeley. idtech.com/
  10. UDacity
  11. Udacity cs101 - Free version!
  12. Scratch
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