It’s no secret: Sylvan’s Coding for Kids programs in McKinney are big on fun! Our practical programs are designed to equip elementary and middle school-aged kids with key programming competencies through video game design. It’s a novel way to help your child develop valuable technical, creative and problem solving skills he or she can use in and out of the classroom.

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Is Your Child An Aspiring Programmer?

Our inventive Coding for Kids programs aren’t just an amazing way to inspire your child’s imagination; they’re also tailored to give him or her the upper hand in the future. That’s because our courses emphasize the development of essential 21st century STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that your child can carry forward into adulthood. Since STEM careers have become more in-demand than ever, giving your child the tools for a successful future — and a fun present — is essential. Register today for one of our Coding for Kids programs in McKinney.

Take Your Child's Imagination to New Heights

If you have a child who delights in tinkering with technology and enjoys finding out exactly how things work, then our Coding for Kids programs in McKinney are the perfect fit. By completing a weekly mini-project and participating in wrap-up activities to reinforce newly acquired skills, your child will learn how to build his or her own video game. By the end of the course, your child will feel an amazing sense of accomplishment — and will want to share all of his or her exciting projects 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 Feature:

  • 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