I'm teaching my 9 years old sister python
Is it a bit early for her? ^_^ She learns so fast. I think she may be better than me.
It’s not too early to teach your sister Python.
Too early? 🤔 Basic python, no. It could be really beneficial for her to learn variables, lists, and basic things like that, which will help her immensely later. Just remember not to get too carried away, and that she is only 9. And one of the main python uses is for mathematical operations, which a nine year old will of course have no use for. But I think it could be really great. 😊 This was one of my first codes I ever wrote, and I loved it. from random import randint print(randint(1, 6)) Just a basic dice program. But I’m sure she’ll enjoy it.
https://code.sololearn.com/c4BJpuE2fNqc/?ref=app She edited my dice game code. Players rolls 2 dices in her code. She tried but it didn't work ^_^
Can u send me your game code?
https://code.sololearn.com/cI1XIFIReCFK/?ref=app It works better in another IDE, but in sololearn, you’ll have to just enter numbers between 1 and 3 and press the return key to enter another. 10 times should work.
Zhang 张 I like your username.
😂 That’s a complicated version of my code. Great job.
Python is very easy, and I would teach my 5 year old self Python if I was able to.
Atastar, sure thing. Just give me a couple minutes. 😂 It’s lost in tons of files.
Btw, I have a “Ghost Game” code that would be really simple to teach with as well. It’s between 10 and 20 line. (Can’t remember for sure) and it’s easy to make, and is fun to play too. I can whip that up in a few minutes if you’d like sometime.
It can‘t be too early. If she understands you and likes it, it is a great idea.