Radu Luchian(ov): Baby

"Home computers are being called upon to perform many new functions, including the consumption of homework formerly eaten by the dog."
-- Doug Larson

Well, we don't have a dog yet, only a cat, so the computer is used to provide extra help in areas where repetitive tasks are needed. Also known as practice. These are a few pages with such help, organized thematically, and in reverse order of age:

  • Guitar basics (age 7 and up, but Chris had to stare at the thing for 3 years before actually trying to learn it :)
  • Multi-digit operations (age 10 and up)
  • Math facts (age 8 and up)
  • Spelling (age 7 and up)
  • Analog clock (age 5 and up - will have to replace Flash with HTML5 - this one trips me too every now and then :)
  • Letters and numbers (age 3 and up)
  • Shapes and colors (age 1 and up - currently not working :)

    Things to come: language practice, sentence structure, grammar, geometry.

    Remember, everyone who wants to stay happy studies for themselves, not for others. All you gotta make sure you do is that you are all that you can be, and be satisfied with it. There's a bit of Commentary I wrote on the topic.

    A couple of projects from school

  • PONG (9th grade project)
  • drawing (9th grade project)