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    • Kimberly Watkins

      A free PC app that for creating a animated story -- for Cadettes earning their Digital Movie Maker badge. (OR Jr Speak Out?)

    • David Kapuler

      Storytelling Alice - One of my favorite apps (Windows) on the list for learning how to program. While this free app is no longer supported it is still available for download.

    • Munna XI

      Designed to motivate a broad spectrum of middle school students (particularly girls) to learn to program computers through creating short 3D animated movies.

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