This article clearly articulates what computational thinking is, how it relates to coding, and how educators can support CT skills in formal and informal learning environments for young children.
The article was one of several in a collection of professional development resources used to design and develop CT and CS programs for young children. The articles' approachable language was easy to read for a variety of audiences, especially early childhood educators. The relatable, practical examples of how to integrate computational thinking (CT) into early childhood education make it ideal for sharing in advocacy efforts related to CT/CS programs. The references included at the end of the article were useful for professional development.