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    • ISBN:9781526308702
    • Publication date:08 Aug 2019
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Coding with Minecraft

By Álvaro Scrivano

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A practical, illustrated series introducing well-known coding programs to 7-9 year olds

Get ready to code with this easy-to-use series full of projects and tips to get kids programming. Each book in the Ready, Steady Code! series has 4 step-by-step projects with an introduction section (Ready), project preparation section (Steady), and the coding for the project section (Code!). The programming language is introduced with clear simple explanations and illustrations, making concepts such as loops and variables easy to understand. Each book includes information on checking and de-bugging and encourages the reader to use what they have learned to create their own coding projects.

Biographical Notes

Alvaro Scrivano was born in La Plata, Argentina where he grew up. He has been working in Education for more than 20 years and currently works at an inner city primary school in London as a Learning Mentor and ICT Manager. He coordinates two Code Clubs where children learn and develop coding skills with the help of volunteer Computer Scientists. He has created a myriad of projects for his students in different programming languages such as ScratchJr, Scratch, Python and Hopscotch.

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  • ISBN: 9781526308696
  • Publication date: 22 Nov 2018
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Wayland
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