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Micro:bit in Wonderland

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Product description

Create 12 interactive projects, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and learn how to program the BBC micro:bit (microbit) mini computer using block-based coding. Gradually build modern skills as you learn about wearables, electronic games, e-textiles, electronics circuits, digital music, animation and much more.

The hands-on projects use simple, inexpensive electronics and everyday household and craft materials. The book provides a playful introduction for anyone new to coding, electronics and the BBC micro:bit. As you make each project you will develop important creative and computational thinking skills to enable you to imagine, design and create your own projects.

The projects are suitable for beginners aged 9 and over (including teens and adults). Younger children will require adult assistance, whereas older learners can work more independently using the easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions with colour illustrations and photographs. Additional instructions, templates and bonus content are available on the accompanying website alice.techagekids.com to make things easy for parents and teachers.

Written by computer scientist, Dr Tracy Gardner, and designer, Elbrie de Kock, micro:bit in Wonderland offers a springboard to develop modern skills, understand the digital world around you and explore technology and electronics in a creative way.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1999787900
ISBN-13:
9781999787905
Publisher:
Tech Age Kids

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Create 12 interactive projects, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and learn how to program the BBC micro:bit (microbit) mini computer using block-based coding. Gradually build modern skills as you learn about wearables, electronic games, e-textiles, electronics circuits, digital music, animation and much more.

The hands-on projects use simple, inexpensive electronics and everyday household and craft materials. The book provides a playful introduction for anyone new to coding, electronics and the BBC micro:bit. As you make each project you will develop important creative and computational thinking skills to enable you to imagine, design and create your own projects.

The projects are suitable for beginners aged 9 and over (including teens and adults). Younger children will require adult assistance, whereas older learners can work more independently using the easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions with colour illustrations and photographs. Additional instructions, templates and bonus content are available on the accompanying website alice.techagekids.com to make things easy for parents and teachers.

Written by computer scientist, Dr Tracy Gardner, and designer, Elbrie de Kock, micro:bit in Wonderland offers a springboard to develop modern skills, understand the digital world around you and explore technology and electronics in a creative way.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1999787900
ISBN-13:
9781999787905
Publisher:
Tech Age Kids

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