Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in Vaughan bring the big-time fun! By teaching programming skills through video game design, our collaborative programs keep elementary and middle school-aged kids engaged and interested. 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.
Is Your Child Curious About Programming?
In addition to helping fire up your child’s imagination, our Coding for Kids courses also aim to give him or her an educational edge 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. Since STEM careers have become more in-demand than ever, giving your child the tools for a successful future — and a fun present — is essential. Register today for one of our Coding for Kids programs in Vaughan.▼
Boost Your Child's Confidence
If your child is fascinated with technology and loves discovering exactly how things work, our Coding for Kids programs in Vaughan are sure to provide your child with a highly intriguing and fulfilling experience. Your child will work towards building his or her own video game by completing a mini-project each week and participating in a wrap-up activity at the end of each session in order to reinforce 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 make sure you’re up to date on exactly what your child has been learning.
Our Coding for Kids Courses Offer:
- A highly motivating and collaborative learning atmosphere where camaraderie is cultivated and new friendships blossom!
- Fun-to-use Tynker™ technology that makes learning computer programming a blast
- Engaging activities your son or daughter will be excited to work on, such as designing characters, creating animations and adding special effects
- Weekly projects that build on one another, leading up to a finished video game that can be played with family and friends