Thanks, @Paul, for explaining about the SD card and the NOOBS (OS) that includes Raspbian that came with the Piper's. I am fine with using the SD card that came with the Piper, I just wasn't sure since if you look at the Raspberry Pi website, it explained particular instructions, so I didn't know if the Piper folks had already installed NOOBS, etc., but apparently they have! No would the next step be to plug in a keyboard and mouse in order to play around with coding? I know the Raspberry Pi website had instructions for doing this, but I haven't got them down as yet. My daughter still does block coding on Learn to Mod with Minecraft, so she isn't ready for more advanced coding yet, but it would be great if she could eventually learn using the Piper.
Also, I guess with a new SD card, one could install NOOBS OS on it, then download Mincraft Pi on their laptop, etc., then do coding there as well? This is just all new to me, and since my daughter goes to school full-time, then she isn't able to work on this very much, plus with extra credit projects to complete, I still want her to have this technology for the summer, etc.