Computer Fun for Everyone: Great Things to Do and Make with Any Computer

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Wiley, Aug 25, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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A delightful fusion of recreation and education—learn valuable computer skills and have a ball!

This lively, illustration–packed book features dozens of fun, easy, and educational projects kids can do on any computer, whether at home or school. Children (not to mention parents) will enjoy making coloring books, drawing monsters, designing personal stationery, and creating word–search puzzles. Providing kids with a fresh alternative to repetitive and violent computer games, this book teaches reading, problem–solving, math, and language arts fundamentals, as well as computer skills.

Requires no special hardware, software, or computing skills—kids can jump right in.

  • The only computer activity book available for kids that combines games with learning.
  • Activities include making coloring books, drawing computer pictures, designing letterhead, and much more.

Elin Kordahl Saltveit (San Francisco, CA) is the computer education director for three Bay–area schools and a regular speaker at educational computing conferences.

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About the author (1998)

ELIN KORDAHL SALTVEIT is a computer education director in the San Francisco Bay area and a regular speaker at educational computing conferences.

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