The kid-friendly way to learning coding with Python
Calling all wanna-be coders! Experts point to Python as one of the best languages to start with when you're learning coding, and Python For Kids For Dummies makes it easier than ever. Packed with approachable, bite-sized projects that won't make you lose your cool, this fun and friendly guide teaches the basics of coding with Python in a language you can understand. In no time, you'll be installing Python tools, creating guessing games, building a geek speak translator, making a trivia game, constructing a Minecraft chat client, and so much more.
Whether you don't have the opportunity to take coding classes at school or in camp- or just simply prefer to learn on your own- Python For Kids For Dummies makes getting acquainted with this popular coding language fast and easy. It walks you step-by-step through basic coding projects and provides lots of hands-on tasks that give you a sweet sense of accomplishment when you complete them. What's not to love about that?
If you're a pre-to-early-teen looking to add coding skills to your creativity toolbox, Python For Kids For Dummies is your sure-fire weapon for getting up and running with one of the hottest programming languages around.
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This book is helpful for young people starting coding, but also for grownups who have a low tolerance for the posturing and jargon of online forums. It spells out the "housekeeping" parts of running Python and is well laid out so you can work through linearly but at the speed of your choice.
Highly recommended for children to develop fundamentals of programming. First timer friendly!
Week 1: Slithering into Python 7
Project 1: Getting Started with Python 9
Project 2: Hello World! 35
Week 2: Building Guessing Games 57
Project 3: Guessing Game 59
Project 4: Set Up Your Coding Environment 84
Project 5: A Better Guessing Game 103
Week 3: Creating Word Games 141
Project 6: Hacker Speaker: 1337 Sp34k3r 143
Project 7: Cryptopy 177
Project 8: Silly Sentences 219
Week 4: Stepping Up to Object ]Oriented Programming 235
Project 9: Address Book 237
Project 10: Math Trainer 281
Series: For Kids For Dummies
For Ages: 8 - 12 years old
For Grades: 3 - 7
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 24th August 2015
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 18.8 x 1.5