Python Classes for Kids
Python is a powerful yet beginner-friendly language for kids to learn programming. Students start by building fun, interactive projects while learning fundamental programming principles. It also lays a strong foundation for tackling more advanced topics like algorithms, data structures, machine leaning and artificial intelligence.
Learning Python is a great place for kids to start coding!
Real-world coding skills (no drag and drop)
Interactive classes with hands-on coding exercises
Project based curriculum and learning approach
Innovative instructor-led online classes
Small class size (6-8 students per instructor)
Beginner Friendly (no prior coding experience needed)
Weekly parent updates on student progress
Join a community of kids learning to code
Get certified in 12-weeks
Recommended for Grades 5th – 12th
Enthusiasm and Interest!
Week 1 – Introduction to Programming
Week 2 – Data Types & Variables
Week 3 – Functions
Week 4 – If/Else & Relational Operators
Week 5 – Loops
Week 6 – Arrays
Week 7 – Logical Operators
Week 8 – Return Statements
Week 9 – Arithmetic Operators
Week 10 – Math Functions
Week 11 – Certification Project – Part 1
Week 12 – Certification Project – Part 2
How does it work?
Students attend live, instructor-led online classes from the convenience of your home.
Day & Time Options
$149/Month. 3 Payments. Fee includes:
12 classes of 1-hour each
Code editor software subscription
Web hosting & Server space
24/7 instructor email support
Weekend live 1×1 office hours
There is no contract. You can cancel anytime with a 30-day notice. There is no cancellation fees.
30-Day Money Back Guarantee : Start risk-free. You can notify us anytime within the next 30-days and receive a full refund of your fees.
The instructor was awesome. He explained things well and was on the ball in helping the students as they did their on-class coding exercises. He was very knowledgeable, managed the class well and was able to keep them learning together and moving forward.
My son loved the class he took with Code Wizards HQ. The material was presented in a way that was interesting, engaging, and easy to grasp. It was a great introduction to coding for him and he is eager to carry on with more learning. Thank you for offering these classes.
A very well organized, interesting and fun curriculum. My son had a great time learning and exploring HTML/CSS and Java Script course at CodeWizardsHQ. The interface is kid friendly and accessible from anywhere. We loved it.
Common Enrollment Questions
What if my child misses a class?
Class recordings along with slides are made available to the student shortly after the class. They can watch the recorded session before the next class.
What technology do we need?
You need a computer with a microphone and a speaker, a browser like Chrome, FireFox, Safari or IE and a good internet connection.
What is the weekly time commitment?
Total weekly time commitment is 2-3 Hours. It includes 1 Hour of class time, plus 1-2 hours of working on practice projects (homework).
What is your typical class size?
Our class size is small, usually between 6-8 students. We have found this as the optimal size for successful group work and individual attention.
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