The Computer Science Activity Book
24 Pen-and-Paper Projects to Explore the Wonderful World of Coding (No Computer Required!)
|Price||$7.02 - $9.41
|Authors||Christine Liu, Tera Johnson|
|Publisher||No Starch Press|
|Format||Paper book / ebook (PDF)|
The Computer Science Activity Book is the perfect companion for curious youngsters - or grown-ups who think they'll never understand some of the basics of how computers work. Work through this brief, coloring book-like collection of fun and innovative hands-on exercises and learn some basic programming concepts and computer terminology that form the foundation of a STEM education. You'll learn a bit about historical figures like Charles Babbage, Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, and Alan Turing; how computers store data and run programs; and how the parts of a computer work together (like the hard drive, RAM, and CPU). Drawing a garden of flowers using for loops, create creatures with conditional statements, and just have a bit of fun.
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