The Coding for Beginners book introduces how to code using scratch, a free online coding platform to get started making games and building simple tasks.
“An introduction to coding for complete beginners, this friendly and accessible book will teach children the basics of Scratch (a free, online program developed by MIT which is widely used in elementary schools), allowing them to get inside the code of their computer and create simple games and animations on screen.” – Usborne Coding for Beginners Using Scratch
Inside Coding for Beginners Using Scratch
About Coding for Beginners Using Scratch
Age: 9 years and up
Size: 8 x 9 3/4
By: Usborne Books & More
Customer Review of Coding for Beginners:
“Our daughter is completely engaged with this book and the Scratch program. She’s coding things I couldn’t even imagine – animations, projects of all kinds, games… We got some for birthday gifts for her friends at their parties too. “
Other Similar Usborne coding books:
- Lift-the-Flap Computers and Coding
- Coding for Beginners Using Python
- Coder Academey
Coding for Beginners Consultant Review:
If you have boys that want to learn more about computers and the mechanics behind building games they will love the coding for beginners books! We have the Coding for Beginners Using Scratch book and it’s such a nice, high-quality book. There is an encased spiral binding that makes it easy to turn the pages and leave the book open so they can reference the tasks and steps to try coding their own games and tasks. There are a bunch of different skills they can learn while using this book to create their own simple tasks and games using the Scratch coding platform. There’s also a second book in the series for using Python for coding. I felt like the book was well laid out and easy to follow along with.
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