Leveling up in Donkey Kong or building a house in The Sims used to be an impressive feat, but with sophisticated coding software, young gamers and designers are capable of way more. Kids can learn coding basics, design 3D video games, make custom mods in Minecraft, create original animations, build apps and more in focused CodeAdvantage classes. Even first-graders can start absorbing the fundamentals of computer programming through game-based learning, and parents might pick up a thing or two by following along with their child’s projects through the online portal. Various locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Ages 6–13.
|Opening hours:||Class times vary by location|
|Transport:||Subway: 1, 2, 3 to Chambers St (West Broadway); A, C to Chambers St (Church St); 2, 3 to Park Pl (Broadway); N, R to City Hall|