My oldest kids have started programming in Python at school. I think it's really cool. I was showing some stuff to my daughter and had suggested using rainbow colors for a circle. (Originally, I she was drawing multiple circles, with different colors for each one, but the words came out a little different as I was leaving the room.) My son took up the challenge though and came up with this... which I just had to show off...

Attached is a screenshot of the end result... he said it's not perfect, but I told him he can update it, but this was great. (This was done on

repl.it.) I'm going to challenge my kids some more with this...

`import turtle`

t = turtle.Turtle()

t.speed(100)

for i in range(11):

t.pencolor('red')

t.forward(10)

t.right(5)

for i in range(11):

t.pencolor('orange')

t.forward(10)

t.right(5)

for i in range(11):

t.pencolor('yellow')

t.forward(10)

t.right(5)

for i in range(11):

t.pencolor('green')

t.forward(10)

t.right(5)

for i in range(10):

t.pencolor('blue')

t.forward(10)

t.right(5)

for i in range(11):

t.pencolor('purple')

t.forward(10)

t.right(5)

for i in range(10):

t.pencolor('pink')

t.forward(10)

t.right(5)