25 years ago in Windows 95/98 time, I remember a great, but not popular tool for desktop automation it is still active here:
It allows record mouse movements and does repetitive tasks. But it was also including his own very simple language similar to basic as far I remember. There is a library of examples also, and what is important is almost 30 years of experience. Some other competitors are:
https://www.autoitscript.com/ – it is popular nowadays also.
Nowadays Microsoft starting to provide similar tools, so I think it is worthy of investigating and the best value of it is remote execution – via the cloud, code repository, and tight integration with the operating system.
Some useful links:
Power Apps – it is quite old, but can be answered for child Scratch and App inventor – just see https://powerapps4kids.com/.
In my opinion, the above tools should be included in compulsory computer science studies, as well as Scratch and AppInventor.