Math can be a mental minefield for many, but this essential home-study guide ensures everything adds up.
This comprehensive math book for primary school children and their parents keeps the subject simple from start to finish. Whether solving subtraction, mastering multiples, or deciphering division, How to be Good at Math has got you covered.
Provide your first-grade students with 10 to 15 minutes of daily math practice specifically developed to meet Common Core The frequent, focused practice improves math skills, and each title includes downloadable home-school connection activities. How it works: Students complete five short math problems on days 1-4. The day 5 activity provides more extensive practice and asks students to think critically.
- Code with Scratch--projects like making a dog walk through the park, sending your friend a card, and devising a full-scoring game
- Build your own computer--really
- Create your own digital fortune-teller, with the Python language.
- Make your own smartphone gloves.
- Make light-up bracelets.
- Code a motion sensor that tells you when someone enters your room.
- And lots more
Skills for Scholars Math provides children in grade 1 with necessary math instruction. Offering 80 pages of full-color activities, perforated pages, easy-to-follow directions, and complete answer key, children will have fun learning important math skills. Features activities that teach: Numbers Addition & subtraction Problem solving Fractions Time & money concepts The popular Skills for Scholars Workbook series offers a full complement of instruction, activities, and information in 51 subject-specific workbooks. Encompassing preschool to grade 6, this series covers key subjects including basic skills, English & grammar, math, phonics, reading, science, and Spanish. This series is designed for students who need intervention or enrichment and gives them a solid foundation in key skills necessary for success in the classroom
Provide your second-grade students with 10 to 15 minutes of daily math practice specifically developed to meet Common Core The frequent, focused practice improves math skills, and each title includes downloadable home-school connection activities. How it works: Students complete five short math problems on days 1-4. The day 5 activity provides more extensive practice and asks students to think critically.
A cool coding book--just for kids
When your kid is ready to add coding to their creativity toolbox but you're not ready to ship them off to coding camp, Getting Started with Coding is here to help them get started with the basics of coding. It walks young readers through fun projects that were tested in the classroom. Each project has an end-goal to instill confidence and a sense of achievement in young coders.
Steering clear of jargon and confusing terminology, Getting Started with Coding is written in a language your child can understand. Plus, the full-color design is heavy on eye-catching graphics and the format is focused on the steps to completing a project, making it approachable for any youngster with an interest in exploring the wonderful world of coding. So why send your kid to a camp when they can become a coding champ--right in the comfort of your living room?
- Introduces the basics of coding to create a drawing tool
- Teaches how to create graphics and apply code to make them do things
- Shows how to make things that respond to motion and collision commands
- Introduces score-keeping and timing into coding
If your child is a burgeoning techy with a desire to learn coding, Getting Started with Coding is the perfect place to start.
A straightforward, visual guide that shows young learners how to build their own computer projects using Scratch, a popular free programming language, using fun graphics and easy-to-follow instructions.
Kids can animate their favorite characters, build games to play with friends, create silly sound effects, and more with Coding Projects in Scratch. All they need is a desktop or laptop with Adobe 10.2 or later, and an internet connection to download Scratch 2.0. Coding can be done without download on https: //scratch.mit.edu.
Step-by-step instructions teach essential coding basics and outline 18 fun and exciting projects, including a personalized birthday card; a "tunnel of doom" multiplayer game; a dinosaur dance party animation with flashing lights, music, and dance moves--and much more.
The simple, logical steps in Coding Projects in Scratch are fully illustrated with fun pixel art and build on the basics of coding, so that kids can have the skills to make whatever kind of project they can dream up.
Supporting STEM education initiatives, computer coding teaches kids how to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically, and is quickly becoming a necessary and sought-after skill. DK's computer coding books are full of fun exercises with step-by-step guidance, making them the perfect introductory tools for building vital skills in computer programming.
Love coding? Make your passion your profession with this comprehensive guide that reveals a whole host of careers working with code.Behind the screen of your phone, tablet, computer, or game console lies a secret language that allows it all to work. Computer code has become as integral to our daily lives as reading and writing, even if you didn't know it Now it's time to plug in and start creating the same technology you're using every day. Covering everything from navigating the maze of computer languages to writing code for games to cyber security and artificial intelligence, So, You Want to Be a Coder? debugs the secrets behind a career in the diverse and state-of-the-art industry. In addition to tips and interviews from industry professionals, So, You Want to Be a Coder? includes inspiring stories from kids who are working with code right now, plus activities, a glossary, and helpful resources to put you on the path to a fun and rewarding career with computer code today