Let the fun begin with Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in Bloomington! Our highly engaging and interactive programs teach elementary and middle school-aged kids programming skills through video game design. It’s a great way to give your child the chance to develop increasingly valuable problem solving skills that emphasize creativity and technical prowess in and out of the classroom.

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Calling All Aspiring 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. That’s because our courses focus on developing valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) competencies that your child will grow up making great use out of. 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 Bloomington.

Power Up Your Child's Imagination

If your child is into tinkering with technology and figuring out how things work, our Coding for Kids courses in Bloomington offer a memorable and rewarding experience. To reinforce skills learned in class each week, your child will participate in a wrap-up activity that relates to the work he or she has been doing on building an original video game. By the end of the course, your child will feel a sense of accomplishment and have plenty of exciting projects to show for it. We’ll also send you a link to your child’s weekly programming project so you can see what he or she has been up to.

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