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Coding - first steps towards scratch (7-9 years)

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Why learn coding from an early age? To understand the basic rules of the tools that children will use in the coming years to study, have fun and work. And then because programming means learning a creative way of thinking, useful for tackling the most complex challenges of the adult world. Also in this volume, two "guiding characters" help children on their journey through games and small tests. Two new concepts are introduced: the binary number (zero and one: where they come from, what they are for) and the bit. Furthermore, you learn to break down problems into smaller parts and find creative solutions, with an eye on the next step: programming with Scratch!

Reasons of interest:

  • Language and illustrations designed specifically for young readers aged 7 to 9.
  • Many games that offer the possibility of learning the secrets of coding without using the computer.
  • Elements of logic and mathematics introduced in a simple and fun way.
  • Progressive learning, step by step.
  • Size: 20.5 × 26.6 cm
  • 52 pages
  • 4 color printing
  • Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9782889353064

Alberto Bertolazzi, journalist and writer, is a trainer specialized in teaching and communication projects aimed at children and teenagers. He has specific expertise in the field of IT and teaches children aged 4 to 12 how to orient themselves in this world and have fun learning: to introduce them to the basic concepts of coding and help them develop computational thinking, he holds programming courses that guide them through use of computers and related technologies in a playful and intelligent way. He has also written various informative volumes and manuals dedicated to approaching sport.

Sacco E Vallarino, Mauro and Elisa, have been working as illustrators and calligraphers since 1997. They collaborate with various companies, publishing houses and communication and advertising agencies in Italy and abroad. They create and organize workshops on creativity and drawing for children from 0 to 99 years of age.