RPi Board, a board to learn Python with the Raspberry Pi by Jesus Echavarria. He writes:
Once I check that all is Ok, it’s time to start programming. There’re a lot of manuals and references over internet of how to start programming in Python. Here I’ll cover the basic examples to start working with the board. I assume you have a Raspberry Pi with a installed distribution. I use Raspbian to work with the board, this distribution includes by default the Python compiler and S4A, that allows work with the K4S board I cover previously.