Kids Coding -Introduction to HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Your kid could be the next Zuckerberg!
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  • John Bura Teacher at Udemy owner of Mammoth Interactive

    John Bura is one of the 10 highest grossing Udemy instructors. Recently the top 10 instructors have sold over 10 million dollars of courses collectively. John Bura has been programming games since 1997 and teaching since 2002. John is the owner of the game development studio Mammoth Interactive. This company produces XBOX 360, iPhone, iPad, android, HTML 5, ad-games and more. Mammoth Interactive recently sold a game to Nickelodeon! John has been contracted by many different companies to provide game design, audio, programming, level design and project management. To this day John has 40 commercial games that he has contributed to. Several of the games he has produced have risen to the top 10 in the Apple's app store. In his spare time John likes to play ultimate Frisbee, cycle and work out.

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Kids Coding -Introduction to HTML, CSS and JavaScript

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13 reviews

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Reading for parents

Do your kids spend too much time on the computer, phone or tablet? Don't you wish they could do something more productive? Why not get them to learn a life long valuable skill that will lead them into a career that pays 2 times the national average?

Programming is the new math. The average computer programmer makes 78k a year and there will always be a need for programmers. The only problem is that all of the educational courses are not tailored towards the learning styles of children. Most of the documentation is geared towards people over 18. 

This course shows kids how to code by adapting the material to their learning styles. There are animated lectures, informative screencasts and tests. 

This course is not only fun for kids to watch and listen, it is interactive and fun. More and more people are learning to code so do you want your kids to not have the same opportunities as others? This course offers your kids a competitive advantage. 

Employers look for technical skills and applicants that can code are more attractive to hire. Even if the job isn't technical it always helps to have that technical knowledge to communicate with the technical team. Personally, I like to hire people with programming skills. If they are artists, video editors, or social media marketers, I generally prefer to hire people with programming experience. 

About me, the instructor

My name is John Bura and I have run the software company Mammoth Interactive. We have had a ton of sales on our software which includes XBOX 360, iPad and iPhone games. On top of this I have been teaching people full time since I was 17. With the combination of teaching experience and real world experience, I have a truly unique experience that you can't find anywhere else. The knowledge I give out is from first hand knowledge of the industry and years of teaching experience. 

Thank you for considering to purchase my course. Even if you choose to not buy it I wish you and your family a happy road to success. 

    • An internet connection
    • An up to date web browser
    • A word processor like notepad
    • Over 215 lectures and 7 hours of content!
    • Learn the basics of computer programming
    • Learn HTML
    • Learn CSS
    • Learn JavaScript
    • By the end of the course, students will know the basics of a valuable life long skill
    • Ages 6 and up
    • Everybody is welcome to attend if they like child oriented products

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CURRICULUM

  • SECTION 1:
    Introduction
  • 1
    Introduction to the course
    00:39
  • 2
    Kids Coding infographic
    1 page
  • 3
    Programming freebie
    07:53
  • SECTION 2:
    Let's Begin
  • 4
    What Languages are we going to be learning?
    00:47
  • 5
    Let's code something for fun
    01:06
  • 6
    Our first coding experience
    01:15
  • 7
    Congratulations!
    00:25
  • 8
    Differences of coding languages
    01:27
  • 9
    Programming languages continued
    01:38
  • 10
    More about programming languages
    01:41
  • 11
    Variables
    02:53
  • 12
    Integer Variables
    00:44
  • 13
    Boolean variables
    01:00
  • 14
    Characters
    01:52
  • 15
    User input and output
    02:24
  • 16
    User input
    01:27
  • 17
    Coordinates
    02:00
  • 18
    Math
    01:25
  • 19
    How computers do math
    01:38
  • 20
    Modulo and exponents
    00:57
  • 21
    If statements
    01:38
  • 22
    The condition in the if statement
    00:44
  • 23
    If and else statements
    00:45
  • 24
    If else statements
    01:10
  • 25
    Greater than operator
    00:59
  • 26
    Less than
    01:16
  • 27
    Equals
    00:48
  • 28
    Does not Equal
    01:16
  • 29
    Conditions and operators
    01:12
  • 30
    Or operators
    00:58
  • 31
    Multi conditional statements
    02:05
  • 32
    X, Y cordinates in if statements
    01:02
  • 33
    Loops
    02:03
  • 34
    For loops
    01:47
  • 35
    Do while loops
    01:04
  • 36
    Arrays
    02:25
  • 37
    Our first quiz
    50 questions
  • SECTION 3:
    Let's Learn HTML
  • 38
    1. Finding the real time HTML editor
    00:56
  • 39
    2. Talking about the editor and <!DOCTYPE>
    02:28
  • 40
    3. Adding an html and body tag
    02:00
  • 41
    4. Adding the paragraph tag
    01:36
  • 42
    5. Adding headers and talkinga bout different headers
    03:15
  • 43
    6. Talking about text formating in the editor and in the output
    02:08
  • 44
    7. Adding breaks to the code.
    04:29
  • 45
    8. Adding in text formatting. Emphisize
    02:16
  • 46
    9. Adding in strong text
    01:09
  • 47
    10. Adding in other text formatting
    01:29
  • 48
    11. Adding links
    01:48
  • 49
    12. Styling link text
    00:41
  • 50
    13. Adding an image
    01:31
  • 51
    14. Editing the hieght and the width of an image
    01:58
  • 52
    15. Adding the alt property to an image tag
    01:14
  • 53
    16. Adding a clickable link to an image
    01:18
  • 54
    17. Comments
    02:58
  • 55
    18. Tables
    01:12
  • 56
    19. Tables, adding columns
    01:04
  • 57
    20. Adding rows to tables
    02:44
  • 58
    21. How to comment effectively
    01:35
  • 59
    22. Talking about code complexity
    01:44
  • 60
    23. Adding a table header plus editing the text with takes
    02:09
  • 61
    24. Un ordered lists.
    02:27
  • 62
    25. Ordered List
    01:27
  • 63
    26. Lists within lists
    03:24
  • 64
    27. Definition lists
    01:36
  • 65
    28. Adding unordered lists to defintion lists
    01:55
  • 66
    29. Playing around with HTML
    02:20
  • 67
    30. Title Tags
    01:07
  • 68
    31. Div tags
    03:36
  • 69
    32. Talking about block level and inline level an span tags
    01:47
  • 70
    33 HTML
    00:34
  • 71
    34. Test #1 Solution
    01:34
  • 72
    35. Test #2
    00:19
  • 73
    36 HTML
    01:18
  • 74
    37. Test #3
    00:29
  • 75
    38. Test #3 solution
    01:42
  • 76
    39. Test #4
    00:21
  • 77
    40. Test 4 Solution
    01:32
  • 78
    41. Test #5
    00:15
  • 79
    42. Test #5 Solution
    00:49
  • 80
    43. Test # 6
    00:13
  • 81
    44. test 6 solution
    01:05
  • 82
    45. Test # 7
    00:16
  • 83
    46. Test 7 solution
    00:18
  • 84
    48. test 8 solution
    02:18
  • 85
    49. Test #9
    00:20
  • 86
    50. Test 9 solution
    01:36
  • 87
    51. Forms
    01:27
  • 88
    52. The password input type
    01:36
  • 89
    53. The color input type
    01:19
  • 90
    55. Date input type
    01:11
  • 91
    56. Adding in a file input type
    01:23
  • 92
    57. Range input type
    01:12
  • 93
    58. Adding in a search field
    01:12
  • 94
    59. Adding in a submit button
    01:27
  • 95
    62. Introduction to styles
    01:02
  • 96
    60. Adding in radio button input types
    02:12
  • 97
    61. Adding in a checkbox input type
    02:09
  • 98
    61. More on radio buttons
    01:01
  • 99
    63. Paragraph styles
    01:30
  • 100
    64. Adding in the background color and multiple attributes
    02:14
  • 101
    64. More on tags and styles
    01:17
  • 102
    HTML quiz
    50 questions
  • SECTION 4:
    CSS
  • 103
    CSS Quiz
    30 questions
  • SECTION 5:
    JavaScript
  • 104
    JavaScript Quiz
    20 questions
  • 105
    Final 5 question quiz.
    5 questions

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REVIEWS

  • Hi Quincy
    Extremely basic

    Honestly this was just too basic for me, even though it is an introduction it was over the top. The instructor overly explains ideas/rules wasting videos and time.

  • Anna S.
    Simple and easy to understand

    This course lays the material out in a very simple and basic way. Perhaps this can be a good thing and a bad thing. On the one hand this course can actually make somebody who has never programmed before into a moderate programmer. On the other hand, if you have any sort of computer experience these lessons can be real slow. When I mean slow I mean really slow. Overall the animations were a nice touch and I enjoyed the actual programming. There were no extra costs with this course and that was nice because sometimes these courses force you to buy software.

  • Suzanne W
    Had fun taking the course

    This course is very child friendly and it does make the complicated art of programming easy to understand. Let me talk about the pros and cons of the course. First of all, there are animated videos for the kids to learn the basics of how a computer works and how programming works. I feel that this was a very good touch for the start of the course. Later, the instructor moves to screencasts where the instructor shows how programming is done. The are all succinct and are well organized. The bad part about this course is that there are test are not automated they are just videos telling the kids what to do. I wish these could be better. Having said that, this is a good course to teach people about programming.