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How to Code a Sandcastle
September 08, 2021Comments.. 479
How to Code a Sandcastle Best Read || [Josh Funk Sara Palacios] Josh Funk Sara Palacios How to Code a Sandcastle Best Read || [Josh Funk Sara Palacios] - How to Code a Sandcastle, How to Code a Sandcastle From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts Pearl and her trusty rust proof robot Pascal need to build a sandcas. How to Code a Sandcastle Best Read || [Josh Funk Sara Palacios] - How to Code a Sandcastle, How to Code a Sandcastle From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts Pearl and her trusty rust proof robot Pascal need to build a sandcas
  • Title: How to Code a Sandcastle
  • Author: Josh Funk Sara Palacios
  • ISBN: 9780425291986
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Hardcover

How to Code a Sandcastle Josh Funk Sara Palacios How to Code a Sandcastle Best Read || [Josh Funk Sara Palacios] - How to Code a Sandcastle, How to Code a Sandcastle From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts Pearl and her trusty rust proof robot Pascal need to build a sandcas. How to Code a Sandcastle Best Read || [Josh Funk Sara Palacios], How to Code a Sandcastle, Josh Funk Sara Palacios, How to Code a Sandcastle From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts Pearl and her trusty rust proof robot Pascal need to build a sandcastle before summer vacation is over and they re going to do it using code Pearl breaks the big we need a sandcastle problem into smaller steps then uses conditionals loops F

  • How to Code a Sandcastle Best Read || [Josh Funk Sara Palacios]
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How to Code a Sandcastle

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  1. Martha Maranisays:

    Loved this book for so many reasons The always clever Josh Funk picked the perfect activity to introduce kids to coding, and then he broke it down into funny, easy peasy parts Sara Palacio s colorful, friendly style, and the interesting and diverse people she draws, pair perfectly with Funk s accessible prose Yes, How to Code a Sandcastle is the first picture book chosen by Girls Who Code girlswhocode a national non profit that s working to close the gender gap in the tech industry but I can see [...]

  2. Caitlin Zondersays:

    Yet another amazing book by Josh Funk It is such a clever way to teach the basics of coding It would be a great read for anyone who wants to understand what coding is I seriously think my mother needs to read this Kids will enjoy this as both a story and a learning tool.

  3. Michele Knottsays:

    This is a book that will teach a wide audience Between the curriculum ties STEM, coding, how to book and it being a picture book in the girls who code series check out the chapter books , there are going to be a lot of readers for this book

  4. Aliasays:

    A little Brown girl just wants to build a sandcastle at the beach She realizes she can use code to teach her robot Pascal how to build an epic sandcastle Funk s sense of humor is great, as usual, and I love how he makes coding simple and easy to understand for children Palacios illustrations are lovely and will make you yearn for a warm sunny day at the beach Great first collab between GIRLS WHO CODE Penguin GirlsinStem SummerRead PictureBooks DiverseBooks

  5. Aaronsays:

    I just heard this book It was read to me by the amazing Josh Funk in a Skype call he did with my students It is packed with so much great information about coding, but in the form of a story Younger students will appreciate the artwork and the humour, and older kids will understand some of the coding references If you are thinking of introducing coding to your class, this book is great Its also just a funny book to read with your kids when it comes out.

  6. Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy)says:

    More to come

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