Web Development For Kids

HTML/Javascript for kids

Cornerstone Languages

Our website development class introduces three cornerstone languages: HTML, CSS, and JS. Students learn the basics of these languages to create their own websites in a protected environment. Each of these languages serve a role in allowing students to express creativity in their designs.

  • Hypertext Markup Languages (HTML) is the standard markup language for documents designed to be displayed in a web browser. It is the basic building block of the internet as a whole, and defines the structure of content.
  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is used to describe the presentation of a document written in languages such as HTML. It serves a core function, allowing for the the user to style and layout web pages as they please.
  • JavaScript (JS) enables interactive web pages and is an essential part of web applications. A vast majority of websites utilize it for client-side page behavior.
Panda Programmer teaches HTML/JS for kids often as a final step in our program. It once again gives students experience in more programming languages, utilizing lessons and concepts learned through Scratch or Python. In it’s finale, students bring together everything they have learned to create their own unique website with the guidance of our teachers. As our classes are offered as afterschool activities around Montgomery County, Maryland — check to see if we’re at your school

Teaching Web Development

Classes are designed specifically behind a primary ideology — students are able to advance at their own pace. This allows any of our classes to host students of all experience levels, from Scratch Jr. to Web Development. All of our teachers in classes around Montgomery County, Maryland are equipped to teach students of all levels.

Web Development is primarily taught utilizing Repl.it — an online IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Our lessons are detailed for students to work through, with the guidance of their teachers when they need assistance.

HTML/JS for kids
An example of the Web Development workspace on Repl.it