Get ready for big-time fun with Sylvan's Coding for Kids courses in Wichita! Through our innovative programs, elementary and middle school-aged kids will develop fundamental programming skills by designing their very own video game. 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. Your child will have a great time working alongside other kids to design and program video games and animated stories to share with family and friends!

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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 teaching critical STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills for the 21st century that your child will use for the rest of his of her life. With STEM careers on the rise, there’s no better time to set your child on the path to success — and have a whole lot of fun along the way! Register for one of our Coding for Kids programs in Wichita today.

Give Your Child's Confidence a Boost

Our Coding for Kids courses in Wichita provide a unique and rewarding experience for kids who are interested in technology and learning how things work. Your child will progress towards building his or her own video game by completing a mini-assignment and a wrap-up activity each week that will reinforce the concepts learned in class. By the time the course is complete, your child will proudly want to share all of his achievements with you! We’ll even send you a link to your child’s weekly programming project so you can keep up date with everything he or she is learning.

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