Ages 10 to 13
Python Game Development is the first in a series of Python courses that use text based coding. In this course students build a video games using Python. The first lesson introduces students to Repl.it, a integrated development environment for Python. Subsequent lessons introduce a core Python programming concept using worksheets and simple exercises.
Concepts introduced include basic game design, sprites, lists, custom events, functions, operators, variables, objects, loops, conditional statements, functions and sprite groups. Students then apply these Python concepts to develop a fully featured video game in the final lessons. This is real coding from the ground up.
|Mon Aug 15 2022||04:00 PM PST - 05:00 PM PST||No|
|Tue Aug 16 2022||05:00 PM PST - 06:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Thu Aug 18 2022||04:00 PM PST - 05:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Fri Aug 19 2022||03:00 PM PST - 04:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Sat Aug 20 2022||11:00 AM PST - 12:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Mon Aug 22 2022||04:00 PM PST - 05:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Tue Aug 23 2022||05:00 PM PST - 06:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Thu Aug 25 2022||04:00 PM PST - 05:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Fri Aug 26 2022||03:00 PM PST - 04:00 PM PST||Yes|
|Sat Aug 27 2022||11:00 AM PST - 12:00 PM PST||Yes|
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Welcome to Python Game Development Course where, you will be introduced to Python while building a video game. This course has 16 lessons, and in each you will write tiny programs to understand the core concepts. Is this's the right course for you?
Let's start by writing our very first program. It's a very short program that displays “hello world” on the console window. “Hello World” is a tradition of sorts among all programmers, it's always the first program that anyone runs.
Variables are location inside the computer's memory that is dedicated to storing specific data values. They are an important tool in keeping track of data like names, numbers, Lists, and whether something is true or false.
In this lesson, we're going to introduce more operators. These are 1. Modulus, 2. Exponentiation, 3. Assignment operators. And 4. Comparison operators. Let’s learn more
A LIST is used to store data. When you want to store a lot of data or order the data, you're going to need to use a List. A List can hold many Items together and keep them in order. Let’s learn more.
So this unit, we're going to focus on IF Else statements. Services like Netflix will check your age to verify that you're old enough to watch certain movies. But how do they do that? Well, they use an IF Else statement