A guide for kids who want to learn coding
Coding is quickly becoming an essential academic skill, right up there with reading, writing, and arithmetic. This book is an ideal way for young learners ages 8-13 who want more coding knowledge than you can learn in an hour, a day, or a week.
- Learn the unique logic behind writing computer code
- Use simple coding tools ideal for teaching kids and beginners
- Build games and animations you can show off to friends
- Add motion and interactivity to your projects
Whether you're a kid ready to make fun things using technology or a parent, teacher, or mentor looking to introduce coding in an eager child's life, this fun book makes getting started with coding fun and easy
Camille McCue, PhD is a STEM educator and leader who has worked for IBM, NASA, PBS, and numerous independent schools. She has taught every grade from kindergarten to grad school, covering topics ranging from Scratch to AP computer science. Camille is co-author of Helping Kids with Coding For Dummies and author of Getting Started with Coding and Getting Started with Engineering.