Computer programming becomes more fun than ever before when you choose Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in the Hartford and New Haven region! Using innovative, kid-friendly technology, our hands-on programs equip students with important technical and creative skills they can put to use in the classroom and beyond. You'll see your child thrive and feel a sense of accomplishment as he or she finds out how to design, code and animate a video game that can be shared and played with friends afterwards.
A Skill Set For The Future
We design our EDGE programs with 21st century career paths in mind, giving children the opportunity to develop STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that are critical at school and in adulthood. So if your child shows imagination, creativity and loves to tinker with technology, Coding for Kids is a great way to experiment, collaborate and learn while having a great time with friends! Help your computer whiz get on the fast track to success: register for a Coding for Kids course in the Hartford and New Haven region today.▼
Blast into Big Fun with Sylvan
Kids and parents alike appreciate our game design classes because they're engaging, interactive and motivating. Not only will your child learn about skills that are vital in the 21st century, but he or she will also gain much more confidence by progressing towards new and exciting goals each week. Every session finishes with a wrap-up task that reinforces learning outcomes and helps every student leave with a sense of satisfaction. Best yet, you will receive a link to your child’s weekly programming project, so you can check out all the amazing things he or she is creating and share his or her accomplishments with the whole family.
Your Child Will Have a Blast:
- Developing skills that will put him or her on the road to success, like problem solving, logic and physics
- Learning to use innovative Tynker™ technology to design and create characters, animations, sounds and special effects
- Creating stories that will lead to an exciting final project: an original video game that he or she can actually play with friends!
- Collaborating with fellow students and making friendships that will last a lifetime!