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Where can a kid learn to program simple games in HTML5 or JavaScript

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The 13 year old would like to turn some of his game ideas into computer code.  What site would be the best to help him learn how to make simple games in html5 or javascript?  And what would be a good free site for him to host his handiwork so his friend could try it out.  Thanks.
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Have a look at Codeavnegers.  My students love it!  It is amazingly well structured and will teach you to think like a software developer through examples and subtle cues.
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These look great!  Thank you both very much!
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