Computer programming is a blast with Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in the Honolulu 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. Your child will feel an amazing sense of accomplishment as he or she learns how to program, design and animate his or her own video game that can be shared and played with friends (talk about cool!).

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A Skill Set For The Future

Our EDGE programs focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that are vital for 21st century careers, helping kids develop critical competencies they can use in the classroom and well into the future. If your child just loves playing around with technology, Coding for Kids is a great platform for exploring, experimenting, learning new skills and making new friends! Help your computer whiz prepare for a bright future: sign up for Coding for Kids in the Honolulu region now.

New Skills, New Achievements

Kids and parents alike appreciate our game design classes because they're engaging, interactive and motivating. Not only will your child pick up crucial 21st century skills, but he or she will also experience the confidence boost that comes with completing tasks and goals every week. In fact, every session has a specific objective and outcome that's reinforced by a wrap-up activity. In addition, we provide a link to your child’s programming project, letting you be a part of the exciting progress and share the accomplishment with the whole family.

Your Child Will Have a Blast:

  • Learning to use cutting-edge Tynker™ technology to design characters, animations, sounds and special effects 
  • Creating storylines and continuously working towards building a video game that he or she can play with friends! 
  • Developing in-demand skills, such as problem solving, logic, physics and more 
  • Collaborating with classmates and making life-long friendships!