Coding for Kids in Scratch 3: The Complete Guide to Creating Art, Artificial Intelligence, and Computer Games for Beginners  

(5 customer reviews)

$45.62

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Additional information

Publisher ‏

‎ Independently published (3 January 2019)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 149 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 1791955835

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-1791955830

Dimensions ‏

‎ 21.59 x 0.89 x 27.94 cm

5 reviews for Coding for Kids in Scratch 3: The Complete Guide to Creating Art, Artificial Intelligence, and Computer Games for Beginners  

  1. Toni


    Great Game

  2. Educator

    Great teaching tool!
    I am a volunteer teacher of SCRATCH at a local library. This colorful book engages the kids to learn in a fun engaging way and helps me to structure the lesson. Highly recommend.

  3. ThePapa

    Great book but missing pages
    I love this book for my daughter and would highly recommend it to others. The only reason I removed one star is that there are 3 pages (6 pages of instruction) missing from one of the lessons. It is still a great book and it is an excellent resource but very disappointing getting the majority of the way through a project only the have the second half of it missing.

  4. Zoopy

    Exactly what I wanted !
    Very simple and easy to understand language and very fun way to keep kids engaged. Very helpful ! A MUST READ FOR EARLY CODERS!

  5. david lao

    So helpful! Provides a great foundation to better understand coding from ‘scratch’.
    I love the illustrations in this book and the clear to the point language. The lessons build on top of each other with a great flow. My favorite part of the book is that it provides examples of why concepts are important. Like, the chapter on loops references how cartoons sometimes use the same images over and over, and without ‘loops’ the cartoonist would have to draw things over and over again. However, with loops, you can set it and forget it! Haha well, that’s what I got out of it, but it was more than I knew before I helped my little brother with his work from ‘Scratch’.

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