Sylvan’s Coding for Kids courses in the Minneapolis 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 feel an amazing sense of accomplishment as he or she learns how to program, design and animate his or her own video game that can be shared and played with friends (talk about cool!).

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A Modern Education for Modern Kids

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 Minneapolis region today.

The Fun Starts Now

Kids and parents alike know that our game design courses come complete with plenty of interaction, engagement and motivation. Your child will not only get to grips with vital 21st century skills; he or she will also become more capable and confident by achieving a set goal each week. In fact, every session has a specific objective and outcome that's reinforced by a wrap-up activity. On top of that, you will be provided with a link to your child's programming project, allowing you to share his or her amazing accomplishments with family and friends.

Your Child Will Have a Great Time:

  • Developing skills that will put him or her on the road to success, like problem solving, logic and physics
  • Learning to use innovative Tynker™ technology to design and create characters, animations, sounds and special effects
  • Creating stories that will lead to an exciting final project: an original video game that he or she can actually play with friends!
  • Collaborating with fellow students and making friendships that will last a lifetime!