Think like a programmer with this fun beginner’s guide to Python for ages 10 to 14
Kids can learn to code with the power of Python! Python Programming for Beginners is the perfect way to introduce aspiring coders to this simple and powerful coding language. This book teaches kids all about Python and programming fundamentals—and is packed full of fun and creative activities that make learning a blast!
In Python Programming for Beginners, kids will start off with the basics, learning all about fundamental coding concepts and how they can put these concepts together in Python to build their own games and programs. Each chapter focuses on a different coding concept—like variables, data types, and loops—and features three awesome coding activities to try. These activities get more difficult as they go, so young coders can see just how much their skills are growing. By the end of Python Programming for Beginners, they’ll create their own fully functional sci-fi game and crack the code to a secret message!
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Set kids up for a lifetime of programming success with Python Programming for Beginners .
“An excellent book for any young person who wants to build a strong foundation in computer science. After trying out the tween-friendly example projects, the reader will be ready to test out their own programming ideas and begin applying what they have learned to increasingly complex programming projects.” —Jennifer Newell, Middle School Teacher and Computer Science Contributor for beanz Magazine
“Perfect for middle school level technology classes and coding clubs, Patricia Foster's Python Programming for Beginners demystifies beginner level programming concepts. Providing 20 fun program challenges that include gaming references and colorful illustrations that the middle school crowd will enjoy, Foster has found a unique way of engaging her often hard-to-reach audience. Accessible to those with limited to no programming experience, the text provides the building blocks necessary for youth to advance to computer science courses in high school.” —Bianca Rivera, Teacher and CoderDojo Mentor