Gear up for tons of fun with Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in Leduc! Our interactive, hands-on programs aim to teach elementary and middle school-aged kids programming abilities through video game design. It’s a cool way to help students develop critical creative, technical and problem solving competencies they can put to use in the classroom — and for years to come.
Is Your Child Curious About Programming?
In addition to nurturing growing imaginations, our Coding for Kids courses also help students gain an edge for the future. This is because our programs have been specially designed to concentrate on the development of crucial 21st century STEM (science, technology, engineering and match) skills that students can put to use in school — and in future careers. With STEM careers on the rise, there’s no better time to set your child on the path to success — and have a whole lot of fun along the way! Register for one of our Coding for Kids programs in Leduc today.▼
Boost Your Child's Confidence
Our Coding for Kids courses in Leduc provide a unique and rewarding experience for kids who are interested in technology and learning how things work. By completing a weekly mini-project and participating in wrap-up activities to reinforce newly acquired skills, your child will learn how to build his or her own video game. By the time the course is complete, your child will proudly want to share all of his achievements with you! We’ll send you a link to your child’s weekly programming project, so you can see all the wonderful things he or she is building and share his or her work with the entire family.
Our Coding for Kids Courses Feature:
- A comfortable, small-group learning atmosphere, where students can engage and collaborate with peers — and spark new friendships!
- Kid-friendly Tynker™ software that makes it fun and exciting to learn computer programming
- Cool activities your child will have a blast working on each week, such as learning how to design and animate characters and add special effects
- Weekly projects that build on each other, resulting in a video game your child can share and play with friends