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Author Payne, Bryson.

Title Teach your kids to code : a parent-friendly guide to Python programming / by Bryson Payne.

Publication Info. San Francisco : No Starch Press, 2015.


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Edition First edition.
Description xxvi, 308 pages : color illustraitons ; 24 cm
Note Includes index.
Summary A guide to teaching basic programming skills for parents and teachers, with step-by-step explanations, visual examples, and exercises. Covers programming concepts including loops, lists, functions, and variables, and how to build games and applications.
Contents What is coding? -- Python basics -- Turtle graphics -- Numbers and variables -- Loops are fun -- Conditions -- Random fun -- Functions -- Timers and animation -- User interaction -- Game programming -- Beyond the book -- Python setup for PC and Mac -- Pygame setup -- Building your own modules -- Solutions to programming challenges.
Subject Python (Computer program language) -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Computer programming -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Python (Computer program language) -- Study and teaching (Middle school)
Computer programming -- Study and teaching (Middle school)
ISBN 9781593276140
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