It offers clean syntax - the rules that define the structure of coding - and is less cluttered than other languages. Plus, it's used on virtually every web browser on the planet!
How to Code Your Own Website (beginner 12+)
The real-time function and accessible coding of this project helps to instill the same skills used by professional programmers!
Tic Tac Toe Game
JS takes standard coding and adds fun. In this example, you can easily explore its functionality while building a project that you can enjoy with a family member or friend!
Background Color Changer
Also known as a Color Flipper, this project allows you to change the background color!
Along with the visual appeal and customization, a BackGround Color Changer project helps you with additional coding practices, including the use of the Document Object Model (DOM). This is a type of interface for web documents.
Pong Video Game
As a highly popular game—it was actually the first video game to find commercial success—the Pong Video Game project is rewarding & challenging (both in design and play)!
This project takes more work, but it's definitely worth the effort. The main elements are simple. There are two paddles (one for each player) that are used to bounce a ball that increases in speed.
Whether you want to countdown the seconds, minutes, hours, days, or all of it, a Countdown Timer provides a simple yet effective display for your web page.
As a form of to-do list, the Grocery List project is one of the most popular JS exercises!
From vegetables to baked goods, you can code this project to store all of your grocery list items with ease. Keeping track of your shopping items is easy with this program!
The Weather app project is especially helpful when it comes to working with APIs. It allows you to practice getting data from an API and dynamically display it on a web page!
At Juni Learning, we see coding as one of the best skills a child can learn (and continue to use throughout life). Read about our online coding classes for kids, or speak with a Juni Advisor by calling (650) 263-4306 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to learn which course is best for your student’s coding journey.