30 reviews between Aug 16, 2019 and Apr 18, 2023.
Learn coding with Scratch, a graphic-based language, in this beginner-friendly book designed for kids. The book provides step-by-step instructions to create 10 different games, making it a great resource for young learners. With clear explanations and helpful graphics, this well-written book is accessible for both kids and adults. Whether you're new to coding or looking to expand your skills, Coding for Kids: Scratch is a valuable tool to kickstart your coding journey.Coding for Kids: Scratch: Learn Coding Skills, Create 10 Fun Games, and Master Scratch: Highland,
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30 reviews between Aug 16, 2019 and Apr 18, 2023.
I intended for my middle school grandchild to begin to learn how to code. While Scratch seems like a good starting point this is NOT a self study book. It definitely requires an adult support person to decode the explanations of the author. Luckily I am a retired systems professional so I have a base that many grandparents may not have, but it clearly will require you to understand the instructions and then translate them into age appropriate instructions.
Fine print.... Scratch does not work with Internet Explorer. This is mentioned on page 6 of the book. This information should have been provided in a "system requirements" section.
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My 8 year old son loves this book he spends hours reading this book then going to his laptop coding and having fun.
This book is great and worth every penny. My ten year old picked up the skills quickly and loved it!
I have received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This was a fun introduction to get kids to start coding their own games. It gives simple intructions on how to go about this. I have to say that even I learned a couple of things from this book and it got me into thinking about other things I would like to read about coding. It was a short read.
Scratch is a great way for anyone, not just kids, to learn programming skills. It's simple and well thought out so perfect for beginners. This book walks you through programming 10 different games step by step. Great explanations and the graphics are super helpful.
I did not use this with a child. - gave it to my 11 year old granddaughter who was not interested. So I read it myself ( I am 79) and found it very confusing. It did not instill in me any desire to learn coding. In fact It had the opposite effect. Sentences like "Oh, I almost forgot! You probably would like to see what a variable looks like on the state wouldn't you?" Well, No.
I once started a coding class on line and it was great- very easy and I could understand where it was going and the logic of it, even though I didn't stick with it. Think on line is a better way to learn coding.
This is a well written boom for teaching kids to code in Scratch. It is easy to read and follow for our child, who is a late elementary age. There are lots of pictures and graphics to help. He did not find any obvious errors in the instructions. Chapters are broken into smaller sub-categories that help keep kids motivated and give good stopping points for kids to start and stop the lessons. The book tells how to get Scratch and provides a gradual introduction to concepts of Scratch coding, leading to coding fun games.
I received this book to review and I wasn't sure what to expect as I've never heard of Scratch, but I was immediately taken in by the author's writing. His explanations and descriptions didn't make me feel intimated but rather I felt encouraged to give it a try. Yes, it's for kids, but even as an adult, I very much enjoyed working through the lessons and while my 4 year old is a bit young for the concepts, he did help me pick out Sprites and gave me some creative ideas for creating my game. Overall, I thought the book was very well written and not just suitable for kids, but for beginner interested in learning more about Scratch.
This is a good intro to coding book for the language Scratch. This is a basic language that is graphically based for all the basic constructs. The language itself is free to use from MIT and comes with all the graphics and features you'll need to do all the program examples in the book. The programs are basic but are still simple fun that kids will grab on to and enjoy. This is a good book for 8yrs old and up.
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