Python Programming for 4th-6th Graders

It’s not too late (yet) for your child to join the Coders’ Lab!

Our new Coders’ Lab class, called Explorations in Coding I, will teach students how to code “for real” using the Python programming language. It will also help them discover how they can make a difference in the world through computer science!

How it works

Students will meet twice weekly with one of our best teachers and other curious and highly capable kids. They will also have independent time to work through modules and develop projects on their own. Classes at this level are typically recommended for middle school students, but bright and motivated students in grades 4-6 will feel right at home. We think your child has what it takes! No prior computer science experience is necessary.

“Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.” 

-Bill Gates

Help your child become 21st century-ready

This class will help your child grow in problem-solving, critical thinking skills, creativity, collaboration, and communication – all from the comfort of your home. So, what are you waiting for? Hurry, class starts November 2nd!

3 responses to “Python Programming for 4th-6th Graders

  1. Do you have anything for high school students?

    Tina Sherrill-Range
    George-Little Rock CSD
    District Media and MS/HS Gifted & Talented Specialist
    Phone: 712.475.3311 X322

  2. All of our offerings are kept up to date on Coding with Python might be a good fit if you’re looking for a coding opportunity at the high school level: We also have a variety of summer programs, now open for registration on the main students page.

  3. This is an excellent lab for kids. Thanks for the nice suggestions on career guidance. You have provided a valuable information.

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