As part of my Python Pygame unit I am asking students to draw a landscape. Just for fun, I thought I would ask them to create a function to draw some grass at the bottom of the screen.
Here’s the function template I gave them: Continue reading “Drawing Grass in Pygame”
Review the CS Circles homepage
with your instructor, paying particular attention to the following pages:
- Using this website
- Console (although you are encouraged to use PyCharm instead, which is available here.)
You may wish to bookmark this cheatsheet
to help you learn the Python commands and syntax.
Continue reading “CS Circles Tutorials”
For my friend Dave, who is trying to learn Python.
Summation of a list of numbers:
It’s not interactive like tutorials from CS Circles or Snakify so it wouldn’t be my first choice for learning Python, but as a supplemental resource, it looks great.
The online course for beginners with more than 100 problems that turn you into a developer.
Looks like a great site to learn Python. I love that there’s a built-in visualizer for each problem.
I will definitely be sharing this resource with my students.
Source: Interactive Python 3 tutorial with 100+ exercises – Learn Python 3 – Snakify
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