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Le 2012-05-23 10:31, webmaster-Kracked_P_P a écrit :
I am looking for good offline and free educational software for kids
under 13 years of age.

Hi Tim,

GCompris on Linux is a wonderful educational program that works in many languages and has over 100 activities. It is made for free on Linux and if you want it on Windows, you have to pay a fee. I have used it in a school Library setting with a network of 8 Linux computers and even our Special Education department would have our special ed. kids come and work with GCompris[1]. TuxPaint is also a terrific programme that students love, it is a clone of KidPix and is totally free[2]. Both of these are often used in school settings (especially TuxPaint).




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