Computers use binary numbers (Base 2), a series on "ons" and "offs" that encode information.
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Binary number facts for kids
Reach for The Stars: Binary Numbers
My Name in Binary Code
Representing Numbers and Letters with Binary: Crash Course Computer Science
How Computers Work: Binary & Data
https://code.org/learn:Hour of Code
What is Computer Coding?
How Computer Programs Work.
Think Like a Computer
Coding: By a kid, for kids | Krish Mehra | TEDxKentState
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[Suggest a book]
Can you crack the code? : a fascinating history of ciphers and cryptology by Ella Schwartz
Help your kids with computer coding : a unique step-by-step visual guide, from binary code to building games by Carol Vorderman, Jon Woodcock and Sean McManus
Kids can code! : fun ways to learn computer programming by Ian Garland
My first coding book by Kiki Prottsman and Molly Lattin
Code this! : puzzles, games, challenges, and computer coding concepts for the problem-solver in you! by Jennifer Szymanski
Girls who code : learn to code and change the world by Reshma Saujani and Andrea Tsurumi
How to code : a step-by-step guide to computer coding by Max Wainewright
How to Be a Coder: Learn to Think Like a Coder with Fun Crafts, Then Code for Real in Scratch Online by Kiki Prottsman