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Gabi's If/Then Garden



Gabi's If/Then Garden
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Friends Adi and Gabi, play in the garden and show how computer concepts can be used in real life. For example, an "if/then" statement is used to tell a computer what to do. Just like in real life, "if" it rains, "then" they do not need to water their plants. Readers will be introduced to coding concepts like programming, debugging, conditional statements, and more.

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