Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.
I have one child (in college) who is very into computers, coding, and such...and two who are not so much. :) I'm not sure if it is because her older sister is really into it and she does not want to just copy her sister, but for whatever reason, my younger daughter (16) is not very interested in coding/programming. For this review, we received a Coding for Kids Annual Membership from a company called Simply Coding , and frankly at the beginning my daughter was not too interested. Once we started exploring the site, however, it definitely became more "her thing".
|this was a list of data, as entered|
|after hitting ctrl-d, it was all changed to the same as the top cell's information|
And of course, Excel can generate some lovely charts, which can be used to visually evaluate data much more easily than just looking at the numbers alone:
|Woohoo, great job on the "final exam" for Excel!|