A python version of logo by ian Bicking.
PyLogo right now is mostly an interpreter, and not a graphical environment. As such, it is not on its own a very good educational Logo. However, it interacts quite cleanly with Python -- Logo functions are Python functions, Python functions are Logo functions. Objects are a little quirky, but they do work. So you can write an environment in Python, and with just a little adaptation it will be available in PyLogo. It also gives students a path to go very clearly from Logo to Python, as they'll recognize not just the patterns but also the exact functions.