Get ready for tons of fun with Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in Indianapolis! By teaching programming skills through video game design, our collaborative programs keep elementary and middle school-aged kids engaged and interested. It’s a unique approach to equipping students with ever-important creative, technical and problem solving abilities they can use both in and out of school.
Calling All Aspiring Programmers
Our Coding for Kids courses don’t just foster imagination and creativity; they’ve also been developed to give your child a real edge for the future. That’s because our courses focus on the development of vital 21st century STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that your child can carry into adulthood. With careers in STEM quickly growing, now is a great time to set your child on a brighter path — and have plenty of fun in the process! Register your child for one of our Coding for Kids courses in Indianapolis today.▼
Take Your Child's Imagination to New Heights
If your child is into tinkering with technology and figuring out how things work, our Coding for Kids courses in Indianapolis offer a memorable and rewarding experience. Your child will learn how to design and program his or her very own video game by working on a mini-project each session and completing a wrap-up project at the end of class to help fortify the skills learned in class. By the end of the course, your son or daughter will have plenty of exciting projects to share with you — not to mention a huge sense of accomplishment. 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 Include:
- 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