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Python is a programming language that can be used to build a variety of Apps. With Python language, you can build Apps (for Windows, Android, Web, and iOS), games, websites, and desktop applications.

Learn to code Python, The first step to Coding you need to learn to succeed in App development, it is easy to learn and understand our online Python Basics Training course is designed for you with the complete steps to require learn Basic topics. Mr. Sudha Sekhar[MCP - Microsoft Certified Professional] will explain to you even complex topics to simplify and teach you even beginners can easily understand with real-time examples.

This course is designed for beginners like you that are ready to learn Python without any coding experience required. If you are ready This is the perfect course to start with.

I've had students from Grade 1 to professionals who completed this course. It's never too early or too late to learn Python!

Are you ready to build your very first program in 2022 with Python coding?

Python is the perfect tool to add to your skillset! to create Apps


Why should your child learn to code? Well... coding is the new literacy and it’s rapidly growing! Python is used everywhere in the world, and it's a great place to start today!

There are so many benefits - becoming fluent in technology, critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills, great career paths, and more.

Computers are a big part of our future and every child should learn basic coding, not just those seeking a career in software development. Even celebrities, CEOs, and those alike are finally recognizing the benefits of children learning how to code. Here's what just a few of legends are saying:

"Learn to write coding, helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that is helpful in all domains." -Co-Founder Microsoft, Bill Gates

"Everyone should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think." -Steve Jobs -Apple (ex CEO / Founder)

"Every child in the world to be excited about the many possibilities, computer coding can unlock." -Sundar Pichai -Google (CEO)

"My number one piece of advice is: you should learn how to program." -Mark Zukerberg -Facebook(CEO / Founder)

"You can be good at technology and like fashion and art. You can be good at technology and be a jock. You can be good at technology and be a mom. You can do it your way, on your terms." -Former CEO Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer

Start fluent in technology with Basic coding techniques

Interacting with technology is part of everyday life. Coding with Python helps children create technology, express themselves in new ways.

It also helps them understand how many online businesses and services work and create their own ideology in the future view.

Programmers are in high demand in the software industry

Employment is expected to grow 22% by 2030 (via BLS)

According to the Bureau of Labor of Statistics (BLS), the average salary for a software developer is $110,280 per year.

Learn to think and problem-solving techniques

Programming logical thinking teaches children and professionals how to solve large problems by breaking them into small achievable (chunks) steps. These critical thinking skills can be cross-utilized in many scenarios of real life.

Why learn from us?

I've been building Python programs and Real-world Applications for many years. We trained many kids and professionals to build Python projects (along with Coding application websites) for local businesses.

I love how simple Python makes easy into achievable steps!

I'll also be happy to answer any Python questions you may have in the student forum for this course (available to enrolled students only).


You will learn how to get pre-requisites (Free) to start this course

You will learn how to set up your local code development system.

You will learn the basic Python structure used by every programmer!

You will know how to organize your Python code and run it.

You will learn how to Start your Python project.

You will learn how to variables, loop statements, and more!

You will learn how to make pattern code logic.

You will know how to draw your own graphics using the turtle program!

You will know how to apply your own logic code to program

You will know how to write math using python.


Learn to Code Python, I want to make sure you're able to achieve it. If you have any questions or run into any roadmaps, then I'm here to help!

Who is this Python course for?

This course is for kids and beginners trying to learn how to code with Python. If you are interested in another Coding language then please check out my other courses for Coding languages that you like to learn.


Sekhar Metla is a software engineer with 15 years of professional experience. He is the author of several best-selling TeacherDada courses with more than 21,000+ students in 192 countries. He has a Master of Science in Computer Applications as Software Engineering, and also Microsoft Certified Professional. His students describe him as passionate, pragmatic, and motivational in his teaching.

We will help you build your very first program with Python!

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone from age 6 onwards who want to learn Python
  • Beginner python developers.
  • Beginner Python developers curious about Data science

Basic Requirement

  • A computer (Windows, Mac or Linux).

  • No prior programming experience required. You just want willingness to learn!

  • Anyone from age 6 onwards who want to learn Python

  • Beginner python developers.

  • Beginner Python developers curious about Data science

Skills Covered

  • Basic Coding Sessions to learn fundamentals

  • Setting Python Coding Environment

  • How to Write a First Python program

  • Learn to Code Python programs

  • Turtle Drawings to applying logical thinking

  • Prepare own loop statements to make repeat code

  • Python Data types, Variable standards and using of them

  • Logical thinking, Conditional statements

  • Sequences and Operators

  • Create a Pattern programming to build and sharp your logic

  • Project base learning with assessments and solutions

Expert Review

Python: Why Should Kids Learn It?

Python is a beginner-friendly language.

Many programming languages are suitable for a wide range of projects, and there are dozens of them. The unique thing about Python is that it's easy to learn even for kids who have no programming experience. Python is a good language for kids since some languages use a muddled combination of symbols and abbreviations. This is not the case with Python.

Python: What's the Best Way to Teach Kids?

Kids can learn to code websites, apps, and games with Python or any other programming language. It can be difficult to choose the most effective tools from such a wide range of options.

Scientists have been studying how people learn for decades and have discovered some interesting clues about what works and what doesn't.

Gamification helps kids learn Python.

The key to successful learning is motivation. Without incentives, students can get bored and abandon a subject before they're proficient. In live and online classrooms, gamification is becoming increasingly popular.

Kids learn algebra, coding, and programming in Python with score-keeping, competition, and rewards. For your child, look for online Python courses, boot camps, and live workshops that incorporate gamification.

Kids will not feel overwhelmed by Python because it is an easy introduction.

Python might seem complicated to some kids. It can be difficult to decipher the strange combinations of words and punctuation. Python may seem overwhelming at first, but learning the basics isn't as difficult as it may seem.

Getting kids to learn Python by working with small chunks of information at a time is the key. Even better is if the information is presented in an extremely visual way.

There are numerous pictures and small bits of text in the best coding books for kids. Children can complete short lessons in coding classes in just a few minutes. These are great ways to introduce children to Python programming.

Python Gets Kids Engaged Through Project-Based Learning.

Most of the biggest names in technology started coding to create simple programs for themselves, their friends, or their family.

Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg are just a few examples. By building small, but fun, personal coding projects, they became passionate about coding. It might be most effective to learn Python by creating games or websites, then figuring out how to build them.

In a few weeks, you can be proficient enough to create impressive programs, but you need to learn the basics before you begin.

Practicing is a must.

As with any skill, Python programming requires frequent practice. Python skills can be retained by kids who use them regularly to build projects and solve problems. Most of what they've learned will be forgotten in a short period of time if they don't. Make sure your child has regular Python practice opportunities.

Get Certified

You will receive an industry-recognized Certification from TeacherDada after completing the course. You can also share your Certificate in the Certifications section of your LinkedIn profile, CVs, resumes, and other documents.

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Course creator

                                 Sekhar Metla

Sekhar Metla

Sekhar Metla is a software engineer with 15 years of professional experience. He is the author of several best-selling TeacherDada courses with more than 26,000+ students in 192 countries. He has a Master of Science in Computer Applications as Software Engineering and is also Microsoft Certified Professional. His students describe him as passionate, pragmatic, and motivational in his teaching.