One thing that made QBASIC so approachable was its Help system. So easy to navigate and find the info/function/argument you needed.
I was complaining how when I got started qbasic was perfect and there is a huge barrier to entry these days and nothing exists like qbasic.
But seriously - love the idea, congrats!
The marvelous thing about QBASIC was that you could just dive right in with PSET, LINE, CIRCLE etc, which capture the imagination in a way that "Hello World" doesn't. The only modern environment I know of that makes it that easy is Processing.
Writing graphical games, fractal viewers, cellular automata etc in QBASIC was how I got into programming AND recreational mathematics.
Really love the examples - I learned so much by reading the source code of games like gorillas that came with QuickBASIC.
Also - does it have some sort of built-in manual like Qbasic had?