In this tutorial, we’ll be creating a countdown timer that asks the user how much time (in seconds) they want to set the timer for — once time is up, print out “Blast Off!”.
This project will give you a great introduction to basic web animations using HTML and CSS. Learn how to use spinning animations on the web by animating sushi (or any emoji you like)!
A lot of video calling software like Zoom and Google Hangouts now let users use a virtual background behind them. In this project, we'll show you how to make your own virtual background graphic in Python with Turtle that you can use in your video calls!
When it comes to teaching kids problem-solving, few methods are as powerful as learning to debug code. The process of finding bugs and implementing debugging strategies is great practice for problem-solving in other areas of a child’s life. This guide will make it easy to introduce debugging to kids.
There are several reasons why every kid should learn to code — for instance, coding fosters creativity and enhances problem-solving skills. Fortunately, teaching kids to code doesn’t have to be difficult, and you don’t need any coding experience. Let's learn more about it in this article.