Python for Kids
Learn coding the fun way. This Python for Kids coding course teaches them coding in principles that kids relate to.
For kids, this is not a complete beginner course and it is recommended that you have mastered Scratch Programming. Recommended for kids of 12 years or older.
The course is expertly designed and internationally acclaimed content is used. Groom your child into the exciting world of computer programming. We are using examples that kids understand easily and find relevant and exciting at their level. Concepts that they learn here will become part of their overall intellectual assets and will also complement their Mathematical ability at school. At the end of the course, the student should have the competencies to enable them to proceed into even more relevant topics like games, robotics and IT.
After this course you should be able to
- Perform basic calculations
- Print text on the screen
- Create lists
- Perform simple control flow operations using if statements and for loops
- Reuse code with functions,
- Know the basics of classes and objects
- Know descriptions of some of the many built-in Python functions and modules
- Know how to write games in Python
- Proceed into even more relevant topics like games, robotics and IT.
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We give you an original copy of the book: Python for Kids (by Jason R. Briggs) as we use this mainly,
but we also give additional examples where it falls short.
A Few Words About Language
Calculations and Variables
Strings, Lists, Tuples, and Maps
Drawing with Turtles
Asking Questions with if and else
Recycling Your Code with Functions and Modules
How to Use Classes and Objects
Python’s Built-in Functions
Useful Python Modules
More Turtle Graphics
Using tkinter for Better Graphics
Beginning Your First Game: Bounce!
Finishing Your First Game: Bounce!
Creating Graphics for the Mr. Stick Man Game
Developing the Mr. Stick Man Game
Creating Mr. Stick Man
Completing the Mr. Stick Man Game