Along the way, and without even realising it, kids are introduced to common coding principles and vocabulary. These are carried over into the workbook, which is full of exercises, activities, crafts and board games that all reinforce coding concepts and commands in a way that young kids can easily understand.
Can you put your socks on over your shoes and still walk properly?
If the monkey is awake, THEN she needs a banana, ELSE let her sleep.
And if parents want their kids to do some real coding, that’s covered too. codespiration includes a step-by-step parent’s guide that will enable children to write their own small, easy-to-code programs that put into practice what they’ve learned in the books.
More details about the codespiration campaign can be found here.