Practical Homeschooling Magazine has announced its 2012 reader awards, and again Computer Science Pure and Simple came in first in the computer science category. The awards were announced in the September/October edition of the magazine. Computer Science Pure and Simple has come in first place in this category since the computer science category was created in 2010. Award winners are chosen by readers only.

Computer Science Pure and Simple is MotherboardBooks.com’s popular curriculum for middle and high schoolers introducing them to website and game programming and Excel and Word usage. Computer Science Pure and Simple and its sister curriculum, Logo Adventures for younger kids, both use a fun software tool, MicroWorlds, that provides instant and colorful feedback for programming projects.

Category : Computer skills for kids / Homeschooling

2 Responses to “Practical Homeschooling readers give Motherboard Books first place, again!”

Marva E. Kaufman June 9, 2013

I absolutely love this curriculum. It is very well-laid out for the student. Actually, this is perfect for anyone who wants to learn about computer science. The lessons are not childish at all, yet they are not over your head (I’m talking over the parent’s heads because we all know that kids these days know so much more than we do when it comes to computers). So I do the lessons ahead of the kids, not only so I can keep abreast of what they are learning, but because I want to learn it too.

Phyllis June 10, 2013

So glad you like it!!