The further adventures of Isabel and her Family: The Sisters and Brothers of Nature. Danger, adventure, mystery and amazement surround these magical kids in the most exciting chapter of the Little Witch series yet! Maybe this is the end ... or maybe not!
The US Census Bureau estimates that over 8 million children enroll in nursery school or kindergarten every year. The educational success of these children depends largely on their knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, colors, and opposites. The I Like to Learn Opposites: Amazing Bugs teaches children these fundamental skills in a fun, playful, yet very effective way. The whimsically illustrated board book will help children learn their opposites with rich and colorful depictions of bugs. With beautiful hand-drawn illustrations, it’s a fun and exciting way of learning opposites that kids will never tire of.
LEARN JAVA GUI APPLICATIONS: A JFC SWING TUTORIAL is a self-study or instructor led tutorial teaching the basics of building a Java application with a Swing graphic user interface (GUI). LEARN JAVA GUI APPLICATIONS has 9 lessons covering object-oriented programming concepts, using a integrated development environment to create and test Java projects, building and distributing GUI applications, understanding and using the Swing control library, exception handling, sequential file access, graphics, multimedia, advanced topics such as printing, and help system authoring. The focus of LEARN JAVA GUI APPLICATIONS is to use the existing objects and capabilities of the Java Swing library to build a wide variety of useful desktop applications. Some of the applications built include: Stopwatch, Calendar Display, Loan Repayment Calculator, Flash Card Math Game, Database Input Screen, Statistics Calculator, Tic-Tac-Toe Game, Capital City Quiz, Information Tracker (with plotting), Line, Bar and Pie charts, Telephone Directory and a video game. LEARN JAVA GUI APPLICATIONS is presented using a combination of over 1100 pages of FULL-COLOR course notes and over 100 practical Java GUI examples and applications. To grasp the concepts presented in LEARN JAVA GUI APPLICATIONS, you should possess a working knowledge of Windows (or other operating system) and have had some exposure to Java programming concepts. We offer two beginning Java programming tutorials, JJAVA FOR KIDS and BEGINNING JAVA, that would help you gain this needed training. This course requires Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7. To complete this course you will need to have a copy of the free Java Development Kit (JDK7) installed on your computer. This tutorial also uses JCreator as the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for building and testing Java applications. JCreator 5.0 is available for download at the JCreator.com Web Site. The Java source code and all needed multimedia files are available for download from the publisher's website (www.KidwareSoftware.com) after book registration. Teacher Reviews: "The Learn Java GUI Applications topics are introduced progressively to ensure that students of different levels can progress at their own pace. Many exercises and problems are weaved into the chapters to maintain student interest and build confidence. Overall, I appreciated your efforts to make the Java product user friendly." - Carly Orr, Teacher, Vancouver, BC. "Having used Kidware Software tutorials for the past decade, I have to say that I could not have achieved the level of success which is now applied in the variety of many programming environments which are currently of considerable interest to kids! I thank Kidware Software and its authors for continuing to stand for what is right in the teaching methodologies which work with kids - even today's kids where competition for their attention is now so much an issue." - Alan Payne, Computer Science Teacher, T.A. Blakelock High School
Casual, unplanned breaks and research during vacations is ideal for youthful brains than packing with vitality and knowledge. Kids have a break from school and some guardians might consider how they will engage their kids for the duration of the vacation. However, before you go out to admit your kids in workmanship camp, art and theater camp, or whatever specific camp that ignite their enthusiasm these days, step back and consider this: leisure is great. You realize that dramatic feeling you get when you are on vacation? That aggregate feeling of unwinding when you have taken on a holiday and have nothing to stress over with the exception of picking which path you are going to tread, which shoreline you are going to be stretched out, or which eatery you will eat at that night? Kids feel it, as well.
A teddy bear circus, an alien's birthday party, a dragon's adventures, elephant clocks, clown clocks and buzzing alarm clocks all make telling the time really fun to learn. From a straightforward look at the passing of time, to understanding hours, portions of hours, minutes and seconds, this superb book will teach youngsters all the basic skills they will need for their first years at school. This series has been developed with the help of educational experts. Guidance notes give advice on getting the most from all the activities in the book.