Why should kids join this program?
Computer programming is everywhere. From cars to farming, from medicine to architecture, computer programming is the fundamental skill that every kid will be using in the future. Through this 6 month program, kids of age 10 yrs and above learn python programming by building 2D games.
- 3 projects
- 6 months (weekly once for 2 hours)
- 10 years and above
- 20 kids/batch
Why should you choose this program? How do we drive the curriculum? What would your kid learn from this program?
- Introduction to Python programming
- Fundamentals of Computer science
- data structures
- Computer graphics
- Using command prompt or terminals
- Basic discrete mathematics
- Boolean Algebra
- Kids draw a picture using python programming
- Python programming concepts
- Object oriented programming
- Game Mechanics - Algorithms
- Basic Discrete Mathematics
- Graph Theory
- Set Theory
- Kids build a guided 2D snake game
- Architecture of the Game
- 2D Game plays
- Kids build their own game using Python
At the end of 6 months, on the showcase day kids will display their hard work to parents, friends, family, and invited industry professionals.
What parents had to say about our previous programs
A team that ardently works towards upskilling children in science, maths and computers in an intelligent, practical and funfilled method. Wish every teacher in schools here could teach like them. We'll have world's best brains coming out from Coimbatore. A
Mango Education guys are doing a fabulous job using inter disciplinary and non-linear teaching methods... their passion and involvement makes it happen
Mango Education is a wonderful venture. My son just loves his time there. Obuli and Arumugam are really passionate about Science and teaching kids. Be it their crash course or their star gazing night or their latest scientist interaction programme, it's all very innovative and interesting for the kids and parents.
Computer Science is all about using computer is like saying astronomy is all about using telescope
- Edsger Dijkstra
Explore the activities from our previous sessions