Arrays (Large Print / Paperback)

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How to teach kids coding ideas even if you don't know how to code yourself.

In the age of computers, smartphones and digital media, coding is going to be one of the most helpful skills the next generation needs to learn for their future jobs.

It's such a focus that schools are starting to introduce it into their curriculum.

Younger and younger people are learning how to code

20 years ago, coding was taught only at university.

Now, high school students are learning it.

In the next decade, even elementary school kids will be learning the basics.

What is this book?

Arrays by Dougy Lee is the first book of a series designed to smoothly segue your child into understanding coding concepts - the stuff that university students wrestle with.

With simple language and colorful illustrations, this book makes what feel like very difficult topics easy enough that even kids can learn.

Arrays introduces a variety of fundamental concepts about programming arrays that would lay the foundational building blocks for early growth into computer science.

We explore key ideas about the topic of arrays:

  • How are arrays structured?
  • Identifying objects in an array by index.
  • How do you inserting an item into an array?
  • If you have a random array, how do you know what's inside?

The book is laced with easy to understand pseudo-code that the reader can apply to any programming language they encounter.

It is a great gift for kids who aspire to make their own websites, build robots or even make games.

Have a bit of fun during reading time with your child. Go through with them something that's different to the ordinary baby books of colors and animals.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780648932505
ISBN-10: 0648932508
Large Print: Yes
Publisher: Codemonkey Do
Publication Date: August 17th, 2020
Pages: 32
Language: English

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