• La programmation enfin accessible aux enfants
    L'apprentissage de la programmation commence à être mise en place dans les établissements par l'éducation nationale et cela depuis le plus jeune âge. De plus en plus d'ateliers de type "Kids Coding Clubs" voient le jour et comptent de plus en plus d'adeptes. Les livres de la collection
    Programmer en s'amusant sont destinés à la fois aux enfants désireux d'apprendre les bases du codage informatique et également aux parents enseignants désireux d'accompagner leurs enfants ou leurs élèves dans la découverte d'un langage de programmation.
    Ce livre utilise les langages Scratch et JavaScript afin de développer des projtes simples et très ludiques. Ces 2 langages gratuits fonctionnent sur les plate-formes Windows et macOS.
    /> Au Programme :Utiliser les outils de base pour écrire, mettre au point et exécuter le codeLes tecnhniques da base du codageCréer des jeux animés pour impressionner vos amisAjouter de l'interactivité pour plus de réalismePublic : enfants de 7 à 12 ans, parents et enseignants.

  • NOUVEAU : La découverte du codage informatique enfin accessible aux enfants dès 6 ans ! L'apprentissage de la programmation commence à être mise en place dans les établissements par l'Éducation nationale et cela depuis le plus jeune âge. De plus en plus d'ateliers de type "Kids Coding Clubs" voient le jour et comptent de plus en plus d'adeptes.Ce livre est destiné à la fois aux enfants désireux d'apprendre et les bases du codage informatique et également aux parents et aux enseignants qui souhaitent accompagner leurs enfants ou leurs élèves dans la découverte d'un langage de programmation. Ce livre n'est pas dédié à un langage de programmation particulier mais son aspect ludique et visuel permettra aux enfants dès 6 ans d'apprendre les bases de l'art du codage. Public : enfants dès 6 ans , parents et enseignants.

  • Fun engineering projects for kids Does your kid's love of 'tinkering' resemble that of a budding Thomas Edison? Then Getting Started with Engineering is guaranteed to spark their fascination! The focused, easy-to-complete projects offered inside are designed to broaden their understanding of basic engineering principles, challenge their problem-solving skills, and sharpen their creativity-all while having fun along the way. Engineers are experts on how things work-and this book is your youngster's best first step to developing the skills they need to think, design, and build things like the pros. The projects they'll complete feature a fun twist that appeal to their age group-from a tiny model roller coaster to a wearable toy that includes an electronic circuit-and the instructions are written in an easy-to-follow manner, making it possible for them to experience the pride and accomplishment of working independently. Appropriate for children aged 7-11 Simple explanations guide children to complete three projects using household items The full-color design, short page count, and easy-to-follow instructions are designed to appeal to kids Brought to you by the trusted For Dummies brand If you have a little engineer that could, Getting Started with Engineering is a great way to encourage their fascination of figuring out how things work.

  • An introduction to coding for kids Coding know-how is the coolest new tool kids can add to their creativity toolboxes-and all they need to get started is a computer connected to the internet and the lessons in this book. Easy! The book offers fun step-by-step projects to create games, animations, and other digital toys while teaching a bit about coding along the way. Plus, each project has an end goal to instill confidence and a sense of accomplishment in young coders once the project comes to life. Create simple applications in Scratch to learn how to build things with coding Experiment with "real" coding with tools built in JavaScript Use free online tools Share what you build with friends, family, and teachers Get creative and get coding!

  • Help for grown-ups new to coding Getting a jump on learning how coding makes technology work is essential to prepare kids for the future. Unfortunately, many parents, teachers, and mentors didn't learn the unique logic and language of coding in school. Helping Kids with Coding For Dummies comes to the rescue. It breaks beginning coding into easy-to-understand language so you can help a child with coding homework, supplement an existing coding curriculum, or have fun learning with your favorite kid. The demand to have younger students learn coding has increased in recent years as the demand for trained coders has far exceeded the supply of coders. Luckily, this fun and accessible book makes it a snap to learn the skills necessary to help youngsters develop into proud, capable coders! Help with coding homework or enhance a coding curriculum Get familiar with coding logic and how to de-bug programs Complete small projects as you learn coding language Apply math skills to coding If you're a parent, teacher, or mentor eager to help 8 to 14 year olds learn to speak a coding language like a mini pro, this book makes it possible!  

  •  A guide for kids who want to learn coding Coding is quickly becoming an essential academic skill, right up there with reading, writing, and arithmetic. This book is an ideal way for young learners ages 8-13 who want more coding knowledge than you can learn in an hour, a day, or a week. Written by a classroom instructor with over a decade of experience teaching technology skills to kids as young as five, this book teaches the steps and logic needed to write code, solve problems, and create fun games and animations using projects based in Scratch and JavaScript. This 2nd Edition is fully updated to no longer require any limited-time software downloads to complete the projects. Learn the unique logic behind writing computer code Use simple coding tools?ideal for teaching kids and beginners Build games and animations?you can show off to friends Add motion and interactivity to your projects  Whether you're a kid ready to make fun things using technology or a parent, teacher, or mentor looking to introduce coding in an eager child's life, this fun book makes getting started with coding fun and easy!

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