It’s no secret: Sylvan’s Coding for Kids programs in Humboldt are big on fun! Through our innovative programs, elementary and middle school-aged kids will develop fundamental programming skills by designing their very own video game. 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. Your son or daughter will have a blast interacting with other kids, experimenting with technology and coming up with original video games and computer animations to program and play with friends and family.
Calling All Budding Programmers
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. This is the reason our courses place special emphasis on the development of critical 21st century STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that your son or daughter can use outside of school. 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 Humboldt.▼
Boost Your Child's Confidence
Our Coding for Kids courses in Humboldt are ideal for your child if he or she loves to play around with technology and learn 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. This means your child will feel an incredible sense of success by the end of the course — and will be happy to share all of his or her cool projects with you! 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 Programs Offer:
- 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