If you are willing to teach/learn yourself
I just started teaching my 8 year old how to write code. We started with regular python and wrote a text base high/low game (Game where computer picks a number and you guess. It tells you whether you are high or low or if you guessed it). Of course my son was thrilled to add a cheat where it always made him win when he entered his name as the player.
Next, I bought some graph paper, down loaded pygame and had him draw a tank, then figure out what polygons to use from pygame to draw the tank. We drew it with 3 rectangles. Just the power of changing the tank size and changing location thrilled him. Over the next few weeks we started demonstrating how to make a bullet move out of the cannon, then how to move the tank with up/down arrows, what rgb values are and how to research those colors on the web and create your own. I had to read ahead and learn this stuff myself first.
This stuff is simple but starts to introduce them to the level of detail required to write something that works. We finished with a game where you had a rocket launcher and two rockets. A tank would come at you at random speeds. You had to pick a fuse time and hopefully the detonation happened on top of the tank.
Don't pressure her. My son's interest comes and goes. I'm there to support when he's inspired. Good luck.