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Coding for kids Python: learn to code with 50 awesome games and activities

Autora: Adrienne B. Tacke

Puedes solicitar el libro aquí: 006.31 TACc

Learning to code is just like playing a new sport or practicing an instrument–just get started! From the basic building blocks of programming to creating your very own games, this book teaches essential Python skills to kids ages 10 and up with 50 fun and engaging activities.

Master fundamental functions, create code blocks, and draw and move shapes with the turtle module–these interactive lessons offer step-by-step guidance to make computer programming entertaining to future coders. You can even see the results of your coding in real time! With helpful hacks and screenshots for guidance, the only question that Coding for Kids: Python leaves unanswered is: what will you build next?

Coding for Kids: Python includes:

  • Game-based learning–Kids study coding concepts by putting them into practice with 50 innovative exercises.
  • Creative projects– Coding for Kids: Python encourages kids to think independently, modify code, and express their creativity with every lesson.
  • Easy-to-follow guidance–Straightforward directions and tips keep coders engaged every step of the way.

Give the technologists of tomorrow the gift of fluently coding while having tons of fun with Coding for Kids: Python.

Tomado de: [Consulta: 25/03/2020]


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