- Chapter 1: Hello World!
- Chapter 2: Time to Operate
- Chapter 3: Comment on the String Section
- Chapter 4: Have Some Functions
- Chapter 5: Shall I Compare?
- Chapter 6: Logically Operational
- Chapter 7: Projects Galore
- Chapter 8: Hip Hip Array!
- Chapter 9: Loop a Round
- Chapter 10: Make a Hangman Game
Students can work through this book on a computer or tablet. They just need to use Google Chrome as their browser.
I really like the layout of this book and how it breaks coding speak down in to step by step instructions that are easy to understand. I like that this book is written to be fun and entertaining and it doesn't bore my son while he his working. I think it does a great job of simplifying technical jargon so that anyone picking up this book can understand the language. I definitely want Buddy to finish working his way through this book and I am definitely interested in other volumes in the series. The only suggestion I have for Code for Teens is to make the book spiral bound. This would help the book stay open to where students are working. This was Buddy's only complaint is that he would be working and his book would flip closed.