Python Projects for Kids
Kids are always the most fast-paced and enthusiastic learners, and are naturally willing to build stuff that looks like magic at the end (when it works!). Programming can be one such magic. Being able to write a program that works helps them feel they've really achieved something. Kids today are very tech-savvy and cannot wait to enter the fast-paced digital world.
Because Python is one of the most popular languages and has a syntax that is quite simple to understand, even kids are eager to use it as a stepping stone to learning programming languages.
This book will cover projects that are simple and fun, and teach kids how to write Python code that works.
The book will teach the basics of Python programming, installation, and so on and then will move on to projects. A total of three projects, with each and every step explained carefully, without any assumption of previous experience.
|Course Length||5 hours 45 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||13 Apr 2016|
|Introduction to game programming principles|
|The game plan|
|Creating an outline of game parts|
|Section 1 – imports, globals, and drawings|
|Initializing the score|
|Testing section 1|
|Section 2 – moving the paddles|
|The increase and decrease value (-= and +=)|
|Testing section 2|
|Section 3 – moving the ball|
|Testing – section 3|
|Section 4 – draw screen and track the score|
|Ending the program|
|Play Tiny Tennis!|