Posted May 09, 2018 08:04:37Kids coding languages are a growing trend that can improve the way we learn by making learning a more enjoyable and less taxing experience for children.
A new book titled Kids’ Coding Languages has a lot to offer for those who are curious about these exciting new possibilities.
Written by Daniel M. Roush and edited by Stephanie E. Farrar, Kids Coding Languages was published by New York Times bestsellers Random House on Monday, May 10.
“I was excited to be able to share the book with my daughter and her friends,” said RousHusband.
“My hope is that it will spark interest in the coding and learning space and that it may encourage other parents to share their children’s stories.”
The book’s authors hope that it can be a resource for parents and teachers alike who want to make coding a part of their child’s education.
“Coding is a powerful tool to make learning fun,” said Maddy Farrars, author of The Code: How to Teach Children to Code.
“It can be an invaluable tool for children, but it’s also an incredible challenge for adults.
There are lots of challenges involved, from finding a language that’s suitable for children to creating a language they’re comfortable with.
This book gives parents the tools they need to build their own language.”
The authors hope the book will inspire other parents and educators to start their own coding language and create an online library of resources.
“As parents and school teachers, we are all excited to learn from other parents, educators and coders,” said Farras.
“As a child, I hope that the book is a way for me to share my love of coding with my child and others in the same space.”
You can learn more about the book and read the full review on Amazon.com:The Code:How to Teach children to Code is available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Amazon.co.uk.
You can also order a copy of the book on Amazon:Amazon.com has also launched a special “Kids’ Coder” edition:Amazon Books on Amazon, on sale from May 10, 2018, $9.99 (US) or $12.99 for the ebook edition (UK), ISBN 9781680242315.