I cheked with Yahoo, found LOGO for Palm, downloaded it, tried - it was fun!
You can even define procedures with parameters!
freeware TinyLogo for Palm III and up:
with simple documentation, many sites with sample programs and examples how to teach Logo your kids, i.e.:
online textbooks, LOGO users Web ring:
http://www.atlantic.net/~caggiano/logo/logoring.html etc etc.
Logo was invented in MIT, so there is Logo Foundation in MIT: http://el.www.media.mit.edu/groups/logo-foundation/
I know this is off-topic from perl, I may get -- for it, but now I know how I will introduce programming to my son over this summer. And maybe next summer he will be ready for real programming.
Did you know that Logo in language for LEGO Mindstorm?...
To make errors is human. But to make million errors per second, you need a computer.
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