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  • KidCoder: Beginning Web Design
  • 10% Off Sale Through June 10th
  • 3rd Edition News
  • We're on Facebook and Twitter

10% Off Sale Through June 10th
In celebration of our new KidCoder: Beginning Web Design product, we are running a 10% off sale through June 10th!

All KidCoder and TeenCoder products will be 10% off at our website during this time. Take advantage of these savings to get stocked up for the coming school year!
 
KidCoder: Beginning Web Design
NOW SHIPPING! We are proud to announce a brand new product: KidCoder: Beginning Web Design. Now 4th-12th graders can learn the fundamentals of website design with HTML and CSS on their Windows or Mac Computer!

Topics include basic HTML, text styling and navigation, spacing and positioning, image management, CSS, and tables. Students will create a multi-page website through guided course activities and finish well-equipped to create their own fun websites.
 
3rd Edition News
Our popular Windows and Game Programming titles are moving to 3rd edition! TeenCoder Windows/Game has been shipping in 3rd edition since mid-May, and KidCoder will follow in June. Please see our 3rd Edition News for a description of these new releases!
 
We're on Facebook and Twitter
Have you visited our Facebook page yet? This is a great place to check out our latest information, post questions and just plain "Like" us!

You can also follow us on Twitter @HSProgramming for special sale and other announcements.

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