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2 edition of How to code a sandcastle found in the catalog.

How to code a sandcastle

by Josh Funk

  • 187 Want to read
  • 1 Currently reading

Published by Viking in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Computer programming,
  • Robots,
  • Sandcastles

  • About the Edition

    All summer, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle, but out-of-control Frisbees and mischievous puppies keep getting in the way! Pearl and her robot friend Pascal have one last chance, and this time, they re going to use code to get the job done.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Josh Funk ; illustrated by Sara Palacios ; foreword by Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code
    SeriesGirls who code, Girls who code
    ContributionsPalacios, Sara, ill
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26955635M
    ISBN 100425291987
    ISBN 109780425291986

    “I joke that I ‘book’ and I don’t ‘math,’ the latter of which could certainly include coding, but How to Code a Sandcastlemay change my of our store’s favorite picture book authors, Josh Funk, has written a smart, engaging, and easy-to-follow book about coding that easily explains the subject to readers of all ages. Book ships to store in days (may take longer if sourced from further away) Summer Kids Indie Next List “I joke that I ‘book’ and I don’t ‘math,’ the latter of which could certainly include coding, but How to Code a Sandcastle may change my mantra.

      How to Code A Sandcastle (Board Book): Funk, Josh: "Pearl and her trusty rust-proof robot, Pascal, need to build a sandcastle before summer vacation is over, and they're going to do it using code"-- Provided by publisher.   How to Code a Sandcastle is a Girls Who Code Book that includes a foreword by the organization’s founder, Reshma Saujani, encouraging exposure and early access to coding. Josh Funk brilliantly weaves code into the story and introduces the reader to .

    From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding summer, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle, but out-of-control Frisbees and mischievous puppies keep getting in the way! Pearl and her robot friend Pascal have one last chance, and this time, they’re going to use code to get the job done. But Sandcastle provides two other presentation styles, called hana and prototype. (Do not try to read too much into the choice of these style names-this post by Ben Hall, for example, describes how hana was simply an internal code name for the Sandcastle sub-project and this Sandcastle blog entry talks about hana’s introduction.).


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How to code a sandcastle by Josh Funk Download PDF EPUB FB2

During the day, Josh Funk writes C++, Java Code, and Python scripts as a software engineer, which he's been doing for the last 20 years.

In his spare time he uses ABC's, drinks Java coffee, and writes picture book manuscripts such as Lady Pancake & Sir French Toast, The Case of the Stinky Stench, Dear Dragon, and graduated Suma cum Laude from the UMass Amherst /5(96).

This sunny book delivers lots of fun along with its serious computer lesson: Coding's a day at the beach if you use it to build a sandcastle. How to Code a Sandcastle successfully introduces basic concepts by using coding language to demonstrate how to break a simple task into its component parts, which is a good life skill as well as a computer skill.5/5.

Our book today is How To Code A Sandcastle, written by Josh Funk and illustrated by Sara Palacios, a wonderful How to code a sandcastle book to computer language as part of Girls Who Code’s book series.

Pearl is excited: today is the last day of summer, and her last opportunity to build the sandcastle of her dreams/5.

How to code a sandcastle book About How to Code a Sandcastle. From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts. All summer, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle, but out-of-control Frisbees.

How To Code a Sandcastle. This book is a brilliant combination of an introduction to what coding entails for young children; while being inclusive of savory nerd moments for the advanced coding audience.

You can both geek out with the engineering specifics, (including the fact that book characters Pearl and Pascal are named after programming.

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This resource includes detailed lesson plans, essential questions, worksheets, rubrics and assessments. Click here to purchase How to Code a Sandcastle. By day, Josh Funk writes C++, Java Code, and Python scripts as a software engineer, which he's been doing for the last twenty years.

In his spare time he uses ABC's, drinks Java coffee, and writes picture book manuscripts such as How to Code a Sandcastle, Lady Pancake & Sir French Toast, The Case of the Stinky Stench, Dear Dragon, and graduated from the UMass Amherst Reviews: How to Code a Sandcastle.

Author: Josh Funk Illustrator: Sara Palacios Summary: Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle all summer, only to have it ruined each time. Can her robot, and basic computer programming concepts, help her successfully build a sandcastle.

How to Code A Sandcastle (Book): Funk, Josh: "Pearl and her trusty rust-proof robot, Pascal, need to build a sandcastle before summer vacation is over, and they're going to do it using code.

Pearl and her trusty rust-proof robot, Pascal, need to build a sandcastle before summer vacation is over, and they're going to do it using code.

Pearl breaks the big we-need-a-sandcastle problem into smaller steps, then uses conditionals, loops, and other basic coding concepts to tell Pascal exactly what to do. From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding summer, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle, but out-of-control Frisbees and mischievous puppies keep getting in the way.

Pearl and her robot friend Pascal have one last chance, and this time, they’re going to use code to get the job done.5/5(1). How to Code a Sandcastle book. All summer, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle, but out-of-control Frisbees and mischievous puppies keep getting in the way.

Pearl and her robot friend Pascal have one last chance, and this time, they’re going to use code to get the job done. Using fundamental computer coding concepts like sequences and loops, Pearl and Pascal are able to /5(2). Digital activities for the book How to Code a Sandcastle that are perfect for grades 12 total digital activities that will help students expand their understanding of this great read aloud storybook.I designed this for technology teachers or media specialists so that you can read the same book to all 3 grade levels and then assign them different activities.

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How to Code a Sandcastle. Synopsis: “From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts.

Pearl and her trusty rust-proof robot, Pascal, need to build a sandcastle before summer vacation is over, and they’re going to do it using code. Pearl breaks the big we-need-a-sandcastle problem into smaller steps, then uses conditionals, loops, and.

Funk, Josh. How to Code a Sandcastle. Illustrated by Sara Palacios, Viking, How to Code a Sandcastle, written by Josh Funk, is endorsed as a “Girls Who Code” book. Founded inthe mission of Girls Who Code is to close the gender gap in technology. One of the tools they use to help them reach their young female target audience is children’s literature.

How to Code a Sandcastle is a picture book by Josh Funk, intended to teach basic programming concepts to readers ages 3 and up. By breaking challenging ideas down into easy-to-understand chunks, the book relates many coding concepts to young readers, and the illustrations by Sara Palacios are eye-catching enough to keep readers’ interest.

During the day, Josh Funk writes C++, Java Code, and Python scripts as a software engineer, which he's been doing for the last 20 years. In his spare time he uses ABC's, drinks Java coffee, and writes picture book manuscripts such as Lady Pancake & Sir French Toast, The Case of the Stinky Stench, Dear Dragon, and graduated Suma cum Laude from the UMass Amherst ISBN: From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding summer, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle, but out-of-control Frisbees and mischievous puppies keep getting in the way.

Pearl and her robot friend Pascal have one last chance, and this time, they’re going to use code to get the job done.

Josh Funk’s fabulous STEM Book for Kids, HOW TO CODE A SANDCASTLE. HOW TO CODE A SANDCASTLE is a STEM Book for Kids that will Help Teach Them Basic Coding Concepts! In HOW TO CODE A SANDCASTLE, illustrated by Sara Palacios, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle all summer long, but some things just keep getting in her way.Search Books FAQ Home > Readers > Reading Lists > BAHL > Building a Home Library > How to Code a Sandcastle.‎ From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts.

All summer, Pearl has been trying to build the perfect sandcastle, but out-of-control Frisbees and mischievous puppies keep getting in the way!.