Python Coding & Game Development

Course Overview

In this course, Kids are introduced to the world of Python Coding working with projects in Python Turtle. Turtle is a pre-installed Python library that enables users to create pictures and shapes by providing them with a virtual canvas. The library takes its name from an onscreen pen used for drawing. Python turtle library helps new programmers get a feel for what programming with Python is in a fun and interactive way.

Because Turtle is a straightforward yet versatile program, kids are able to understand key programming concepts in Python while having fun, this makes it a great avenue for kids to take their first steps in Python programming. The Python Turtle library is not restricted to little ones alone! It is also a favorite and useful choice for many adults who are trying their hands at Python. This makes Turtle a great choice for Python beginners in the Python Programming language.

Python Turtle is a popular tool for teaching early beginners how to code with high level programming language at Codeworld’s foundational program for early coders in the 7-11 age bracket.

A Look inside the course

  • 9 months Comprehensive (kids earn a Certificate).
  • 3 Part program (broken into 3 months each ) kids earn badges after completing each part.
  • 6 modules
  • 12 Projects
  • 3 project presentations

When do our courses start?

Classes open on available dates in our calendar. Register your kids ahead of time to reserve your child’s spot as classes fill up quickly. Once classes are full, registration for the next available class will open. To register for the next available class, click on the calendar below and start your registration process.

Course Information

  1. Level: Beginner – Intermediate
  2. Age bracket: 7-11 years
  3. Hours:2 hours per class/weekly
  4. Duration: 9 months (with certification)
  5. Milestones: 3 months each (with badges )
  6. Language: English
  7. Location: Online (Zoom)
  8. Registration Fee: Click the Sign Up button below

What your kids will learn (Summary)

  • Understanding of programming concepts like sequence, algorithms, conditional statements, variables, initialization, list and operators, and loops.
  • Hands-on learning through Project-based learning by creating projects like games, creative designs, graphics, animations, etc.
  • Build global skills including creativity, problem-solving, computational thinking, communication and presentation skills, teamwork, etc.

What our Codestars & Parents are saying

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