Kids can take their first steps toward becoming expert computer programmers with this fully updated guide to coding for beginners.
They’ll master Scratch 3.0, the brand-new version of the world’s most popular coding language for beginners. This will let them discover what makes a computer work while learning how to build their own computer programs and games.
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“[T]he instruction is so well thought out and presented that, even without parents watching over their shoulders, kids should be able to teach themselves both of the languages without much trouble.” — GeekDad.com
“Help Your Kids With Computer Coding was just the thing I needed to give my daughter a jump start on programming a game.” — GeekDad.com
“…[T]his is not your typical, boring programming text. The book is colorful, playful and engaging, using a combination of words and pictures to explain complex programming topics.” — SheKnows.com
“I highly recommend this book for introducing the world of computer science to adults and students in grade 5 and higher.” — EdSurge.com