Teach Your Kids to Code Python Programming for All Ages
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Short, colorful apps and games will have you programming in Python right away, for ages 5 and up! PC, Mac and Linux!
Teach your kids (and yourself) to code fun, colorful apps and games in Python, the powerful programming language used at tech companies and in colleges worldwide. Learn coding step-by-step from Computer Science Professor Dr. Bryson Payne, author of the Amazon #1 New Release and Top 10 Best Seller in Children's Programming Books, Teach Your Kids to Code (2015, No Starch Press).
Give Your Kids a Huge Advantage in a High-Tech World
Quickly master new problem-solving skills in Python with colorful, fun examples
Teach younger kids to code using Turtle graphics, with text-based games and apps for older learners
Develop a new creative outlet, building playable games and creating beautiful graphics
Learn the basics of coding, from variables to loops and functions, with interactive, visually engaging apps
What are the requirements?
A computer (PC, Mac, or Linux - even Raspberry Pi!). You'll download and install Python 3 (FREE!) with step-by-step instructions in Section 1.
If you can use a text editor (Notepad, Word, etc.), you can program in Python!
No prior programming experience needed.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 104 lectures and 7 hours of content!
Code your own apps and games in Python for Mac, PC, or Linux, from pre-K to college level
Draw colorful spirals and shapes with Turtle graphics in Python
Create fun, playable games like War, Yahtzee, and Rock-Paper-Scissors
Build interactive apps that respond to user input and mouse clicks
Master variables, loops and functions to prepare for more advanced programming courses (and a brighter future)!
What is the target audience?
Perfect for homeschooling parents or K-12 parents and teachers who want to give their students a HUGE advantage by learning to read and write code.
Apps and games suitable for kids from Pre-K through College Freshmen.
Kids can follow the course by themselves from 3rd grade through college age, but you can introduce children as early as preschool. (I started coding with my kids when they were 2 and 4 years old.)
Includes examples from chapters 1-7 of the book, Teach Your Kids to Code, by Dr. Bryson Payne (2015, No Starch Press).
This online course does not include Pygame programming.
This course is not for experienced Python coders, unless you want to learn to make beautiful Turtle graphics & games, or code with your kids.
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