Computer programming is a blast with Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in the Baltimore 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. There's nothing like seeing your child enjoy a sense of accomplishment after designing, coding and animating a video game that can be shared and played with friends (so cool!).
Teaching Tomorrow's Problem Solvers
Our EDGE programs are designed with 21st century careers in mind, which means your child will build valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills he or she can carry forward into adulthood. If your child is imaginative, creative or just loves tinkering with technology, our Coding for Kids courses are a great way for him or her to explore passions while experimenting, collaborating and having a whole lot of fun along the way! Get your future computer whiz on the right track: sign up for a Coding for Kids course in the Baltimore region today.▼
Blast into Big Fun with Sylvan
Kids and parents alike appreciate our game design classes because they're engaging, interactive and motivating. Not only will your child develop vital 21st century skills, but he or she will also build confidence by working toward a goal each week. That's why we end each session with a wrap-up activity that helps children consolidate their new knowledge and take away a strong sense of satisfaction. We will also send you a link to your child’s programming project, so you can be involved in his or her incredible progress and share it with the whole family.
Your Child Will Have a Blast:
- Creating stories and progressively working towards a final project: a video game that he or she can play with friends!
- Learning how to design characters, animations, sounds and special effects using intuitive Tynker™ technology
- Developing valuable skills, including problem solving, logic, physics and more
- Collaborating with other students and making lasting friendships!