Python Online Summer Camp

Snapshot

  • Introduction to Python
  • Fundamentals of Coding (variables, loops, conditions etc.)
  • Event and game programming
  • Programming puzzles and projects based on AI, websites, and more

Learning Outcomes

Our students will create projects such as:

  • Invent software like calculator, animations, chatbots
  • Integrate Python with Minecraft
  • Build simple programs which leverage key concepts such as libraries, open source, and math

Session Details

  • Daily 1 session for 5 days
  • 1.5 hours per day 

Age Bracket

  • 12 - 24 years

Camp Schedules

Python Coding for Kids

What Is Python and What Are Its Uses?

Does your child ask how does Instagram work or how does YouTube have so many videos all at once, or why are video games so exciting? If your answer is in the affirmative, then the first thing you should do is get them started on Python coding.
 
There are several languages when it comes to coding, and the most popular one is Python. From making web and mobile applications to fintech programs to machine learning, operating systems and even AI, Python is the sole choice to create and execute these programs.
These days, parents know that all future careers lie in STEM fields and what better way to get them started than from learning how to code using Python for kids. 
 
It's easy. You don’t have to get really technical. There are a few lines of code, simplified syntax and easy to learn methods that removes all the hassle of debugging because you’re here to learn and not get annoyed.
Toronto is a great hub for kids looking to learn how to code in Python. At Code n Kids, they get to learn what makes these video games look appealing or how can they build their own app that, for example, lets them order the best candy in their block at any given time.
 
Python follows an organized structure when it comes to coding, and to keep kids curious about coding, you have to make it easy, exciting and engaging so that they learn to do multiple projects of their own.
Kids as young as 12 years old can get started on learning Python, understanding how backend programming works, andGUI programming for a plethora of web-based developments. 
 
When organizations like NASA use Python for their daily operations, you can be assured that a child trained in Python coding will think more like a problem solver, develop creative solutions to complex problems and have a bright career ahead for them.
 
Signing up your kids at Code n Kids, a leading online Python coding class in Toronto for kids, is the best way for them to learn about coding and with one of the most important languages, such as Python.