Python for kids

Python For Kids classes allow students to grow their prior programming knowledge while exploring their own design interests. Through guided, interactive lessons, students learn about object-oriented programming concepts and designing their own programs.

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Python for kids class with instructor

Our curriculum

Objects

Students will be able to understand the coding concept of objects and identify objects in a Codesters program and make the object complete certain actions ​

Parameters

Students will be able to understand the coding concept of parameters and identify parameters in a Codesters program and change them to make a sprite change appearance or actions

Variables & Functions

Students will be able to understand the coding concepts of variables and functions, declare variables in Codesters with proper variable names and identify functions and the variables they’re acting on in Codesters ​

Data Types & Boolean Logic

Students will be able to understand the coding concept of data types, identify the difference between integers and strings, implement random numbers in Codesters as variables to start making a game and identify basic Boolean logic statements

Conditional Statements

Students will be able to understand the coding concept of conditionals and if statements, use if statements in Codesters to create an interactive story and identify conditionals in Codesters and state what they will evaluate to in different situations

& More

Students will also be able to understand the coding concept of loops,use random variables to generate an automated game, understand the coding concept of lists along with lots of fun projects

Why do kids need Python?

Some experts predict that most jobs will involve some kind of programming. But coding isn’t only a job skill, but also way to build games, create animations, and solve interesting problems. In addition, learning to code is fun and can improve problem-solving skills.

 

Here are some main benefits of Python for kids:

  1. Python is easy to understand and learn with no experience
  2. Python For Kids can help them with academic performance and learning
  3. Python is very popular programming language and still growing
  4. Companies such as Facebook, Youtube, Google and Amazon are using Python to power their technology.
kids with an instructor at Python for kids class

HOW WE ENCOURAGE OUR KIDS

iCAMP's Summer Camp instructor

Learning together

While learning, our small size group of children get to know each other and their instructors. The teacher uses a shared screen option so everyone can see what she is doing on desktop, and kids can fully participate in the lesson by using the microphone or the chat.

Hands-on experience

Our virtual classes are dedicated to provide personal assistance with students' projects, exercises and questions. All the live lessons and practice sessions are automatically recorded and available for students during the course.

Project-Based Learning

Students learn by doing and work on interest-based projects, which create a fun class dynamics where we don't present the answers but look for them together.

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Try Your First Day For Free!

Try the first day of “Online Coding For Kids” class for free, and only pay if your child decides to stay for the week.

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