Learning is now cooler than ever thanks to Sylvan’s Robotics for Kids courses in Coeur D'Alene! Your child will love learning how to build and animate a new LEGO® robot each session while developing valuable science and engineering competencies along the way — it’s a complete blast! These interactive programs make it easy to keep your child motivated, inspired and engaged outside of the classroom environment. They're also a great way to empower young programmers or engineers to get on the right path to success by developing critical 21st century skills.

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Help Your Child Move Ahead

There are more and more career opportunities in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), which means a 21st century skill set is an essential asset. That's why our Robotics for Kids courses in Coeur D'Alene are challenging and support kids as they master relevant modern-day skills including computer programming and problem solving. Your child will work with a buddy to build robots using kid-friendly technology — a process that helps kids learn useful STEM concepts and build confidence.

Our Programs are Fun for Parents Too!

Children of all ages have a blast at our Robotics for Kids programs: no prior knowledge or experience needed! Parents also relish our programs because we keep them in the know at all stages. . That includes weekly communications that explain student progress, summarize relevant STEM concepts and look ahead to the next project. Your child will also have a wrap-up activity at the end of every session to make sure the learning sticks — giving him or her the confidence to explain all their amazing achievements!

Our Robotics Courses Feature:

  • Small group settings of no more than 12 students per class, allowing for personal attention 
  • Practical activities that make education more engaging and rewarding 
  • The camaraderie of creating LEGO® robots with a buddy
  • Kid-focused software that's easy, intuitive and a whole lot of fun! 
  • STEM-based learning that equips students with desirable skill sets 
  • Regular communication with parents to keep you up-to-speed from beginning to end