Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in the Missoula region make learning computer programming a blast! We use innovative, interactive technology and practical sessions to help kids gain the technical and creative skills they need to excel in school and beyond. Your child will enjoy a strong sense of achievement as he or she begins to code, program and animate a custom video game that can later be shared and played with friends (how cool is that?!).

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A Modern Education for Modern Kids

Our EDGE programs are designed for the 21st century, focusing on important STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that your son or daughter can use at school and carry forward into adulthood. For kids with creativity, imagination and a passion for technology, our Coding for Kids courses provide the ideal platform to explore, experiment, learn and have fun all at the same time! Register for Coding for Kids in the Missoula region today and make sure your computer whiz gets on the right track.

Big Smiles and Big Leaps Forward

Kids and parents alike will love our game design courses because they’re interactive, engaging and highly motivating. Not only will your child pick up crucial 21st century skills, but he or she will also experience the confidence boost that comes with completing tasks and goals every week. In fact, every session has a specific objective and outcome that's reinforced by a wrap-up activity. 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:

  • Learning to use cutting-edge Tynker™ technology to design characters, animations, sounds and special effects 
  • Creating storylines and continuously working towards building a video game that he or she can play with friends! 
  • Developing in-demand skills, such as problem solving, logic, physics and more 
  • Collaborating with classmates and making life-long friendships!