In Dartmouth, Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses know how to deliver the fun! Our interactive, hands-on programs aim to teach elementary and middle school-aged kids programming abilities through video game design. It’s a unique approach to equipping students with ever-important creative, technical and problem solving abilities they can use both in and out of school.
Is Your Child A Budding Programmer?
Our unique Coding for Kids programs aren’t just a cool way to inspire your child’s creativity; they’re also designed to give him or her an advantage for the future. That’s because our courses focus on developing valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) competencies that your child will grow up making great use out of. With the number of STEM careers growing, there’s no better time than the present to get your child on the path towards success — and make sure he or she has fun along the way! Register your child for one of our Coding for Kids programs in Dartmouth now!▼
Power Up Your Child's Imagination
If you have a son or daughter who enjoys playing with technology and finding out how things function, our Coding for Kids programs in Dartmouth will provide him or her with an exciting and satisfying experience. To reinforce skills learned in class each week, your child will participate in a wrap-up activity that relates to the work he or she has been doing on building an original video game. By the end of the course, your child will feel an amazing sense of accomplishment — and will want to share all of his or her exciting projects with you! We’ll also send you a link to your child’s weekly programming project so you can see what he or she has been up to.
Our Coding for Kids Courses Feature:
- Fun, interactive projects your child will look forward to working on, including learning how to design and develop animations and special effects
- Experience with kid-friendly Tynker™ technology, which helps take the confusion out of learning computer programming
- A learning environment that is highly engaging thanks to plenty of opportunities to collaborate with and learn from other students
- Weekly challenges that lead up to creating and programming a video game to play with friends and family