It’s no secret: Sylvan’s Coding for Kids programs in Oakville are big on fun! Our interactive, hands-on programs aim to teach elementary and middle school-aged kids programming abilities through video game design. It’s a fresh way to help your child nurture his or her creativity and develop technical problem solving skills to use in the classroom and beyond.

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Calling All Future Programmers

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 teaching critical STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills for the 21st century that your child will use for the rest of his of her life. 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 Oakville now!

Boost Your Child's Confidence

If your child loves to play with technology and figure out how things work, our Coding for Kids courses in Oakville offer a truly fascinating and rewarding 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 time the course wraps up, your child will feel confident and accomplished — and will no doubt want to show off all of his or her fun projects! We’ll also send you a link to make sure you’re up to date on exactly what your child has been learning.

Our Coding for Kids Courses Include:

  • 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