Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in Salem bring the big-time fun! Our interactive, hands-on programs aim to teach elementary and middle school-aged kids programming abilities through video game design. It’s a cool way to help students develop critical creative, technical and problem solving competencies they can put to use in the classroom — and for years to come.
Calling All Aspiring Programmers
Our Coding for Kids courses aren’t simply an exciting way to cultivate your child’s creativity; they’re also designed with his or her future success in mind. This is because our programs revolve around the development of increasingly vital 21st century STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) competencies that your child can take with him or her into adulthood. With STEM careers in high demand, now is the time to put your child on the path to success — and add a little fun along the way! Register in Salem for one of our Coding for Kids programs today.▼
Boost Your Child's Confidence
If your child loves to play with technology and figure out how things work, our Coding for Kids courses in Salem offer a truly fascinating 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. This means your child will feel an incredible sense of success by the end of the course — and will be happy to share all of his or her cool projects with you! We’ll send you a link to your child’s weekly programming project, so you can see all the wonderful things he or she is building and share his or her work with the entire family.
Our Coding for Kids Courses Offer:
- A collaborative small-group setting where your child can interact with like-minded peers and receive personal attention
- Easy-to-learn Tynker™ technology that makes learning computer programming a fun and enjoyable experience
- Hands-on projects your child will anticipate working on each week, including learning how to design and animate his or her very own video game
- Wrap-up activities that reinforce the skills learned in class