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Everyone gets bugs! A problem in the code is called a bug. The process of fixing a problem is called “debugging.” Find out the four simple steps it takes to squash a bug and some tips to debug even faster.

Problem solving is a major part of coding. Code will have errors. A common way to solve a problem is by using “trial and error.” This means you try different things until you get a result you want. It also means you will get errors and fail a lot. A part of problem solving is learning from failure.

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Making Connections


Have you ever had a toy that wasn’t working? What did you do to fix it?


Have you read other books about debugging or problem solving? What did you learn?


Can you think of a problem in your city or the world? What can your community do to solve it? What can you do?

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