Kids' Coding (Winter)

Kids use games to learn programming fundamentals, directional skills, math and more.

What will I learn in this class?
In Tiny Techies, preschoolers learn to code through the use of a programmable robot, build their own games or animations and learn about the importance of teamwork and collaboration through code.

In Coding the Impossible (Platformers), kids apply newly learned coding superpowers and knowledge of game mechanics to build more advanced games resembling the favorites they’ve played at home. Recommended for students who completed the Game Design course in the fall semester.

What are the benefits of this class?
Kids will not only have their curiosity inspired but they will gain valuable experience in programming and science fundamentals—skills that will prove indispensable in school and beyond.

Who will teach this class?
Saturday Kids instructors, with educational and professional backgrounds in computer science, share their passion for programming and tech with kids and show them how to apply theory and experimentation to make things work.


  • Jan 13–Mar 17 (10 classes)
  • Thu | 4–5:30pm (ages 5–6,Tiny Techies); 5:30–7pm (ages 7–10, Coding the Impossible: Platformers) | ¥57,200 | cancel by Jan 13


Additional Information

  • Cancellations are accepted before or on the day of the first class
  • Prices include consumption tax
  • Class materials are provided by instructors.
  • Mask required.