Awesome Tim thanks for sharing.
Sofia Garcia de Alba

Thank you, I’m glad you like it.
That’s a great idea. 
Before I looked into Python, I learned Java at the University, so I’m not really sure how easy it is for someone not having prior experience, but this starts at the very basics and gives you some really good ideas on what to automate.

I learned Python with it and the idea of InstaPy came from the chapter about Selenium ;)

Depending on what you want to do exactly, you could also go on github and get some of the jupyter notebooks with coding challenges:

Hope that helped.
Good luck and happy coding.

A friend and I also work with kids in a library and teach them some basic coding concepts.
We use Scratch, which is probably better for younger childs:

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