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Childrens Programs
Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Kent_Diego    Posted: 2005-02-28 23:26:50    Length: 566 byte(s)
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Hi All,
           I set up a new computer dual boot  Linux (Community 10.1) per
child's request due to all the kewl games available. Luckily I saw Tuxpaint
when looking for drawing program to install. She loved Tuxpaint, especially
the "Magic Wand" with rainbow colors. I wonder if there may be any other
great children's programs that I may have missed? It seems the word Tux in
the title is a giveaway.
Any recommendations?

TIA,
        Kent

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Wayne    Posted: 2005-02-28 23:32:16    Length: 972 byte(s)
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On Mon, 28 Feb 2005 20:26:50 -0800, Kent_Diego wrote:

QUOTE
Hi All,
I set up a new computer dual boot  Linux (Community 10.1) per
child's request due to all the kewl games available. Luckily I saw
Tuxpaint when looking for drawing program to install. She loved Tuxpaint,
especially the "Magic Wand" with rainbow colors. I wonder if there may be
any other great children's programs that I may have missed? It seems the
word Tux in the title is a giveaway.
Any recommendations?

I love Google :-)

http://ww2.tux4kids.com/

Wayne

--
Registered Linux user #375994

The more I know people the more I like my cat

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Wayne    Posted: 2005-02-28 23:37:08    Length: 1,348 byte(s)
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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 13:32:16 +0900, Wayne wrote:

QUOTE
Hi All,
I set up a new computer dual boot  Linux (Community 10.1) per
child's request due to all the kewl games available. Luckily I saw
Tuxpaint when looking for drawing program to install. She loved
Tuxpaint, especially the "Magic Wand" with rainbow colors. I wonder if
there may be any other great children's programs that I may have missed?
It seems the word Tux in the title is a giveaway.
Any recommendations?

I love Google :-)

http://ww2.tux4kids.com/

I just love it when I hit the "send" button too soon :-)

I should have mentioned for you to look at the "projects" page.

If you are running KDE then there is also "kdeedu"

http://edu.kde.org/

Should be on your disks or in a urpmi repository.

Have fun :-)

Wayne

--
Registered Linux user #375994

The more I know people the more I like my cat

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Juha Siltala    Posted: 2005-03-01 01:52:54    Length: 915 byte(s)
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On Mon, 28 Feb 2005 20:26:50 -0800, Kent_Diego wrote:

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the "Magic Wand" with rainbow colors. I wonder if there may be any other
great children's programs that I may have missed? It seems the word Tux in

You might want to look at what programs the Debian "junior" metapackages
depend on, and you'll get a big list of children's games. Then find
Mandrake packages for them and try them out. Be careful, the metapackages
are not very sane; junior-writing for example seems to depend on emacs!

--
Juha Siltala
http://www.edu.helsinki.fi/activity/people/jsiltala/

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: BearItAll    Posted: 2005-03-01 04:10:26    Length: 1,502 byte(s)
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Wayne wrote:
QUOTE
On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 13:32:16 +0900, Wayne wrote:


Hi All,
I set up a new computer dual boot  Linux (Community 10.1) per
child's request due to all the kewl games available. Luckily I saw
Tuxpaint when looking for drawing program to install. She loved
Tuxpaint, especially the "Magic Wand" with rainbow colors. I wonder if
there may be any other great children's programs that I may have missed?
It seems the word Tux in the title is a giveaway.
Any recommendations?

I love Google :-)

http://ww2.tux4kids.com/


I just love it when I hit the "send" button too soon :-)

I should have mentioned for you to look at the "projects" page.

If you are running KDE then there is also "kdeedu"

http://edu.kde.org/

Should be on your disks or in a urpmi repository.

Have fun :-)

Wayne


Well bugger me in Burnley, thankyou Wayne, my nephew will love that stuff.

Now then, I'll just try out this kturtle, maybe its advanced enough that
I don't need to bother with cpp anymore ......

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: James Viscosi    Posted: 2005-03-01 07:24:57    Length: 1,049 byte(s)
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Kent_Diego wrote:
QUOTE
Hi All,
I set up a new computer dual boot  Linux (Community 10.1) per
child's request due to all the kewl games available. Luckily I saw Tuxpaint
when looking for drawing program to install. She loved Tuxpaint, especially
the "Magic Wand" with rainbow colors. I wonder if there may be any other
great children's programs that I may have missed? It seems the word Tux in
the title is a giveaway.
Any recommendations?

TIA,
Kent



The kids in my wife's classroom love Anagramarama, a scrambled word
game.  Actually I kinda like it too.  Some of the words seem to be a
touch British though ...

http://freshmeat.net/projects/anagramarama/

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Wayne    Posted: 2005-03-01 07:54:34    Length: 1,314 byte(s)
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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 09:12:53 +0000, BearItAll wrote:

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http://ww2.tux4kids.com/


I just love it when I hit the "send" button too soon :-)

I should have mentioned for you to look at the "projects" page.

If you are running KDE then there is also "kdeedu"

http://edu.kde.org/

Should be on your disks or in a urpmi repository.

Have fun :-)

Wayne


Well bugger me in Burnley, thankyou Wayne, my nephew will love that stuff.

Now then, I'll just try out this kturtle, maybe its advanced enough that I
don't need to bother with cpp anymore ......

Well, I've got two sprogs of my own (neither in Burnley though) and
even though they love their PS-2 and their Gamecube even the simple
stuff can be addictive and fun :-) My youngest loves Tuxpaint,
although he plays with the windows version :-(

Wayne
--
Registered Linux user #375994

The more I know people the more I like my cat

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Klaatu    Posted: 2005-03-01 00:56:53    Length: 345 byte(s)
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A few more

Potato Guy
http://opensource.bureau-cornavin.com/ktuberling/

Tux, of Math Command + others
http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/tuxmath/

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Malcolm Brown    Posted: 2005-03-01 06:46:48    Length: 354 byte(s)
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James Viscosi wrote:


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Some of the words seem to be a
touch British though ...

Good

Malcolm Brown
Yorkshire

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Malcolm Brown    Posted: 2005-03-01 11:00:33    Length: 563 byte(s)
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Curt wrote:

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My mom used to make Yorkshire pudding from time to time, and I used to
like it.  If I'm remembering correctly, it seems to me we used to eat it
with prime rib.

Anyway, keep up the good work.

Traditionally Yorkshire pudding is eaten just with onion gravy as a first
course.

Malcolm Brown

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Curt    Posted: 2005-03-01 15:45:13    Length: 672 byte(s)
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On 2005-03-01, Malcolm Brown [brown.oakridge@btopenworld.com] wrote:
QUOTE
James Viscosi wrote:


Some of the words seem to be a
touch British though ...

Good

Malcolm Brown
Yorkshire

:-)

My mom used to make Yorkshire pudding from time to time, and I used to
like it.  If I'm remembering correctly, it seems to me we used to eat it
with prime rib.

Anyway, keep up the good work.

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Neil Ellwood    Posted: 2005-03-01 20:51:12    Length: 852 byte(s)
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On 01 Mar 2005 20:45:13 GMT
Curt [curty@free.fr] wrote:

QUOTE
On 2005-03-01, Malcolm Brown [brown.oakridge@btopenworld.com] wrote:
James Viscosi wrote:


Some of the words seem to be a
touch British though ...

Good

Malcolm Brown
Yorkshire

:-)

My mom used to make Yorkshire pudding from time to time, and I used to
like it.  If I'm remembering correctly, it seems to me we used to eat it
with prime rib.

Anyway, keep up the good work.

That's strange - we always use a knife and fork.
--
neil
delete delete to reply

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Gordon    Posted: 2005-03-02 02:29:30    Length: 1,020 byte(s)
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On Mon, 28 Feb 2005 20:26:50 -0800, Kent_Diego wrote:

QUOTE
Hi All,
I set up a new computer dual boot  Linux (Community 10.1) per
child's request due to all the kewl games available.

Okay so do everyone a favour and install 10.1 official. Ms Peguin says
that Community is good but the versions just keep changing. The child has
some real sense. Ms Penguin says keep the diet up.

 It seems the word Tux in
QUOTE
the title is a giveaway.
Any recommendations?

Gooogle, Tux games Linux might be good keywords to search on. Ms Penguin

says fish is for dinner.

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Subject: Childrens Programs
Author: Gordon    Posted: 2005-03-02 02:30:58    Length: 564 byte(s)
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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 04:24:57 -0800, James Viscosi wrote:

QUOTE
The kids in my wife's classroom love Anagramarama, a scrambled word
game.  Actually I kinda like it too.  Some of the words seem to be a
touch British though ...

YEAH. Ms Penguin is very excieted by this news. About time she says after
all that US of A stuff.

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