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The excitement around K-12 Computing Education in the United States is rapidly increasing and K-8 holds great potential as the entry point for the integration of computing. We examine how young learners can gain early exposure and engage in rich computational experiences in K-8. These experiences can build students' computational thinking, understanding of CS concepts, experience with collecting and analyzing data, programming skills and confidence as critical thinkers. We discuss how threedoi:10.1145/2684721.2684736 fatcat:7pcljmmjlnbgxjpmcch6lidzfy