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|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
"13 fun projects!"--Cover.
"Get your Raspberry Pi up and running. Learn to program with Scratch and Python®. Write games, build websites, and make art."--Cover.
|Target Audience:||Ages 10-13.|
|Description:||viii, 338 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Making a Pi. Find parts for your Pi --
Create a mind for your Pi --
Connect your Pi --
Power up and get started --
Use the desktop --
Simple programming projects. Start Scratch from scratch --
Meet Sonic Pi --
Finding out more about programming. Get started with Python --
Make a guessing game with Python --
Dig into Linux commands --
Manage and customize Linux --
Fun Pi software projects. Throw shapes with turtles --
Combine Minecraft and Python --
Make a dumb website --
Make a smart website --
Working with a webcam. Take photos with a webcam --
Make a simple webcam.
|Series Title:||--For dummies.|
|Responsibility:||by Richard Wentk.|
Definitely worth exploring (ICT in Education, March 2016) Remembering the intended target audience, the inevitable setting up chapters are both necessary and well judged, with details on cables and