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Train your brain with activities using loops

Hillman, Emilee
"Loops are repetitive tasks commonly found in computer programming. This book of fun activities encourages readers to form their own loops using everyday objects. These unplugged exercises teach young readers the concepts programmers use every day, such as patterning, reusing materials, and ordering information. Each activity helps readers become stronger thinkers and the coders of tomorrow"--Provided by the publisher.

Ages 8-10.|||Grades 3-5.|||juvenile

by Emilee Hillman ; illustrated by Dana Regan.

Includes glossary.

Includes bibliographical references (page 31) and index.

A Junior Library Guild selection
Target Readership: