The InvestiGators need help! Kids can invent their own V.E.S.T. (that’s Very Exciting Spy Technology) that Mango and Brash can use to fight the forces of evil.
Upload their essay, drawing, photo, or video explaining what their V.E.S.T. is and how it works! John Patrick Green, creator of InvestiGators, will pick one lucky winner whose invention will be featured in an upcoming book!
We missed seeing you all in Boston this year, but you don’t have to miss out on scoring digital ARCs of upcoming nonfiction titles on NetGalley; entering to win a bundle of some of our favorite science books; discovering NSTA’s Reading Lists, and more resources! Visit our virtual booth below!
Code This Game! is a nonfiction visual guide that teaches young readers, ages 10-14, how to program and create their very own video game. Each chapter introduces key coding concepts as kids build an action strategy game in Python, an open-source programming language. The book features an innovative stand-up format that allows kids to read, program, and play their game simultaneously.
With easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions, Code This Game! teaches kids to build a strategy action game called “Attack of the Vampire Pizzas!” The book also teaches how to modify the game and follow one’s imagination by incorporating downloadable art assets. By the time kids finish the book, they’ll have mastered basic coding concepts and created a personalized game.
This contest is open to teachers and librarians only.Contest ends on December 2, 2019. Five (5) winners will be chosen.
No purchase necessary. Open only to legal residents of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia who are 21 years of age or older. Entry period begins at 12:00 am on Monday, November 18, 2019 and ends at 11:59 PM ET on Monday, December 2, 2019. Void where prohibited. Sponsored by Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, 120 Broadway, 24th Floor 10271. Official rules below.