Helping kids with coding—McCue, Camille, author.
Offers a practical guide to computer programming geared towards readers who are helping younger learners start coding, providing tips on choosing a coding language, adding sound and graphics, developing a webpage, and building electronics.
Learning made easy
Subjects:Computer programming -- Juvenile fiction.
Other Authors:Gunthals, Sarah, author.
xii, 370 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Getting started with coding. Welcome to (or back to) coding ; Understanding the big ideas ; Figuring out programming languages
Getting your hands on code. Working with words ; Knowing where you are and where you're going ; Getting fancy with graphics and sound
There IS math on this test!. Tackling these ever-changing variables ; Computing using math ; Helping with logic operations ; Getting loopy ; Adding lists ; Coding subprograms
Applying what you know. Fixing problems by debugging ; Creating a webpage ; Building a mobile game ; Programming simple electronics
The part of tens. Ten do's and don'ts for selecting a kids coding curriculum ; Ten ways to keep the coding learning going.
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