This is a (very) incomplete list of resources for teaching kids how to program.
|May’16||load81||A Lua based programming environment for kids, similar to Codea.|
|Blockly||Google’s Scratch-like toolkit for visual programming.|
|Stencyl||A Haxe-based IDE that uses a similar approach to Scratch|
|Older||Scratch||The quintessential reference. The online version is, sadly, not as good as the original, and the iOS version is targeted at smaller children, so 6-8yos have little interest in them.|
|Code.org||Has a fair (but still very small) set of Portuguese language resources.|
|Codea||A Lua IDE for the iPad that has a cheaper “scratchpad” edition.|
|Pythonista||Not really focused on kids, but considering the lack of a decent Python IDE for kids on just about every other platform, it deserves a spot here.|