Get ready for tons of fun with Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in Hamilton! Our practical programs are designed to equip elementary and middle school-aged kids with key programming competencies through video game design. It’s a novel way to help your child develop valuable technical, creative and problem solving skills he or she can use in and out of the classroom.

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Calling All Computer Whizzes

In addition to nurturing growing imaginations, our Coding for Kids courses also help students gain an edge for the future. That’s all thanks to our courses focusing on fundamental STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that your child will use for years to come. As careers in STEM continue to grow, now is the time to give your child an edge — and have fun experiences in the process! Register for one of our Coding for Kids Courses in Hamilton now.

Power Up Your Child's Imagination

If your child is into tinkering with technology and figuring out how things work, our Coding for Kids courses in Hamilton offer a memorable and rewarding experience. Your child will learn how to design and program his or her very own video game by working on a mini-project each session and completing a wrap-up project at the end of class to help fortify the skills learned in class. By the end of the course, your child will feel a real sense of accomplishment and have lots of completed projects to show off. 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:

  • 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