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Lift-the-Flap Computers and Coding

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Flaps to lift on every page reveal what goes on inside a computer, how coding works and how computers talk to each other across the internet. The principles of coding, from simple commands to algorithms, are explained with a treasure hunt game and puzzles, and there are examples of programs in the coding language Scratch™. Includes internet links to specially selected web Flaps to lift on every page reveal what goes on inside a computer, how coding works and how computers talk to each other across the internet. The principles of coding, from simple commands to algorithms, are explained with a treasure hunt game and puzzles, and there are examples of programs in the coding language Scratch™. Includes internet links to specially selected websites where children can discover more coding ideas, tips and games. Computer coding is now a compulsory topic on the UK National Curriculum for primary schools, and children learn to create and debug simple programs at Key Stage 1.


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Flaps to lift on every page reveal what goes on inside a computer, how coding works and how computers talk to each other across the internet. The principles of coding, from simple commands to algorithms, are explained with a treasure hunt game and puzzles, and there are examples of programs in the coding language Scratch™. Includes internet links to specially selected web Flaps to lift on every page reveal what goes on inside a computer, how coding works and how computers talk to each other across the internet. The principles of coding, from simple commands to algorithms, are explained with a treasure hunt game and puzzles, and there are examples of programs in the coding language Scratch™. Includes internet links to specially selected websites where children can discover more coding ideas, tips and games. Computer coding is now a compulsory topic on the UK National Curriculum for primary schools, and children learn to create and debug simple programs at Key Stage 1.

30 review for Lift-the-Flap Computers and Coding

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Fischer

    This is an informative and interactive book for youth that are interested in computers and coding. My 8 year old and 4 year old were both very interested in the information contained in this book and I'm sure it would be beneficial for older children as well. This book has pages devoted to concepts such as the parts of a computer, the internet, coding basics, and the history of computers. Each page is filled with information, while also having multiple flaps that readers can lift to expose even This is an informative and interactive book for youth that are interested in computers and coding. My 8 year old and 4 year old were both very interested in the information contained in this book and I'm sure it would be beneficial for older children as well. This book has pages devoted to concepts such as the parts of a computer, the internet, coding basics, and the history of computers. Each page is filled with information, while also having multiple flaps that readers can lift to expose even more information. The pages are bright and colorful and the pictures are fun, which helps keep the reader's attention. This is a book that I would definitely buy (we borrowed a copy from the library) for my children because I can see if being a resource that we will revisit multiple times as the children become interested in different aspects of computers and programming.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katie Cat Books

    Informative. Fun. Interactive. Taking readers from basic computer vocabulary all the way to more in depth history of computers, this interactive lift-the-flap book is packed full of great information and fun illustrations that will get coders of all ages ready to jump to the computer to try for themselves. At only 15 pages, this book has condensed lots of heavy information into small packages (or flaps) that are succinct and accessible to all ages. The fun and colorful people and creatures that fil Informative. Fun. Interactive. Taking readers from basic computer vocabulary all the way to more in depth history of computers, this interactive lift-the-flap book is packed full of great information and fun illustrations that will get coders of all ages ready to jump to the computer to try for themselves. At only 15 pages, this book has condensed lots of heavy information into small packages (or flaps) that are succinct and accessible to all ages. The fun and colorful people and creatures that fill the pages have delightful expressions and gestures and take potentially hard topics into fun and easy reading and understanding. Highly recommend for first graders on up, especially with the website as additional tool.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Blake Bramley

    An amazingly detailed yet simple and fun book to help children learn what computers are, how they work, the science and maths that goes on behind the screens, and how to code for beginners. This is not a subject I know much about but have always been curious of and as such I found this book amazingly interesting. The book is a lift the flap book that links to different webpages with games and puzzles to complete to help with learning.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kaleena

    A great resource in teaching children about computers. My boys (6 & 8) learned a lot from this book. It did a great job introducing the topic of computers and coding. I would recommend this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nicola Baptie

    A beautifully colourful and informative non-fiction book informing the reader on how to code on computers. The simple illustrations engage the reader, with exciting and informative flaps, making understanding what can seem to be such a complex concept easier to comprehend. The book offers sections where the reader can engage in activities or tasks to reinforce their learning around code and computers, with practical websites that children can explore themselves and apply their learning to. This A beautifully colourful and informative non-fiction book informing the reader on how to code on computers. The simple illustrations engage the reader, with exciting and informative flaps, making understanding what can seem to be such a complex concept easier to comprehend. The book offers sections where the reader can engage in activities or tasks to reinforce their learning around code and computers, with practical websites that children can explore themselves and apply their learning to. This book is most likely aimed towards children that are 8+. I recommend that this book is accessible to all children, not just those that appear to be more interesting in ICT than others, as it is often complex concepts and adult attitudes around computers that influence children and give them the idea that they may not be able to understand some complexities around programming and ICT.

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