Python Coding: Prep your children to a brighter tech-career future
Programming or coding is no longer bound to adult. Programming fosters creativity, reasoning, and problem solving. Children nowadays have a lot of creative ideas that can be put into code. This exposure could open another opportunity for them to innovate more amazing solutions to problems in our daily lives.
EDU360 Academy's Python coding program is for children of age 13 to 16, with the aim to inspire and spark the flame for their interest in the coding world. Python coding in this academy introduces the students to explore the world of higher-level programming language, encourages them to be more creative and innovative in creating interesting program on their own.
The lessons are created to help the students to understand and writing the language of Python programming step by step from the basics such as string, variables, integers and floats, conditional statements and much more. Eventually, they will be exposed on how to write Python coding by themselves from as simple as "Hello World" to creating graphical images and mini games suitable for their age. At the end of each lesson, they will be given chance to modify the codes to their creativity while having fun sharing ideas in class.
EDU360 Python Coding Course Fee
Fee Per Term = 12 Classes + 2 Replacements
Level 1 - Level 3
Class Duration : 1 Hour
Sibling Offer & Referral Bounus = 10% Discount
Let's Have Fun Coding in Python. Try it Here !
Program below shows how to output "Coding is fun" using python language.
Click on "Run" button below to show the result.
print("Coding is fun !")
Did you see the outcome? Feel free to edit the code and see what exciting results you get.
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Program to store number in variable
Store number 5 in variable a. Then print variable a.
You can change the variable and number above to get different results.
Program to add two number.
Use add (+) operator to add to number. Then store the additional result in variable sum.
You can try with different operator such as minus (-) , multiply (*) and divide (/).