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Accelerate coding skills with our Private Online Classes. Our friendly instructors will guide your kids 1-on-1 and explore coding topics together, build fun projects, and advance quickly with our award-winning curriculum.

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Classes are private 1-on-1 and held online. You also get 24 X 7 access to your instructor via chat.

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  • Intro to Game Design

    Ages: 7-12
    Skill Level: Beginner
    Format: Online Private 1-on-1 Lessons
    Classes: 6 one hour classes

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    Learn to design and build your own games in 6 fun-filled classes. Code classic games or build something totally new.

    Lesson 1: Mouse Maze

    Write your first game! Code a simple skill-based game controlled with the mouse. You'll need a steady hand to reach the goal.

    • Mouse events
    • Color-sensing code
    • Winning and losing conditions

    Lesson 2: Go Kart

    Take the wheel and explore how to add keyboard controls to your game. Avoid the oncoming obstacles.

    • Keyboard events
    • Collision detection
    • Cartesian coordinates
    • Loops and iteration

    Lesson 3: Base Defense

    Create a tower defense game. Make complex games with loads of enemies — and handle projectiles.

    • Clone actors with code
    • Make bullets and lasers fly
    • Add randomness to your games

    Lesson 4: Space Voyager

    Create a dodger game with powerups and collectibles. Add an invincibility powerup — or invent your own.

    • Coordinate the action using messages
    • Keep score with variables
    • Manage game state

    Lesson 5: Ball Pop

    Make a colorful chain-reaction puzzle game. Can you make ALL the balls pop with just a single click? Explore advanced coding and animation techniques in this lesson.

    • Events and broadcasts
    • Puzzle game basics
    • Get more practice with clones, color-sensing, and randomness

    Lesson 6: Bank Shot

    Explore Tynker's Physics Blocks to create a fun game with collisions, action, and motion.

    • Control gravity
    • Change Actors' physics properties
    • Give objects a push with impulse and much more

    Game Developer Certification

    Be proud of what you've created! Keep up the momentum and continue on your learning journey.

  • Intro to Python

    Ages: 12+
    Skill Level: Beginner
    Format: Online Private 1-on-1 Lessons
    Classes: 6 one hour classes

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    Explore Python in 6 interactive classes. Progress to solve real world problems in math and science, design games, & more!

    Lesson 1: Python Basics

    Get acquainted with the basics of Python programming. Then explore how to represent repeating patterns with code.

    • Function calls
    • For loops
    • Python syntax basics

    Lesson 2: Conditionals

    Explore boolean values, boolean logic, if statements, and while loops. Write programs that “make decisions.”

    • Selection and conditional statements
    • Explore digital logic
    • Debugging tricks and techniques

    Lesson 3: Variables

    Learn about variable initialization, declaration, and more. Then get some practice with lists, a useful data structure.

    • Variables and datatypes
    • Expressions and operators
    • Store loads of data with lists

    Lesson 4: Turtle Graphics

    Create graphics and user interfaces with the Turtle module. Explore functions, a way to keep code organized and repeatable.

    • Write custom functions
    • Draw on the screen with code
    • Import Python modules

    Lesson 5: Game Design

    Design games with an interactive canvas and write programs that respond to key-presses, mouse events, and more.

    • Keyboard control and mouse events
    • Implement game logic and loops
    • Code several games from scratch

    Lesson 6: Capstone Project

    Put together everything you've learned to create a fun, playable arcade game. In this final project, you will create a Brick Breaker game using Turtle Graphics.

    • A challenging self-guided project
    • Extend the game with Bonus Challenges

    Game Developer Certification

    Be proud of what you've created! Keep up the momentum and continue on your learning journey.

  • Intro to Artificial Intelligence

    Ages: 7-12
    Skill Level: Intermediate
    Format: Online Private 1-on-1 Lessons
    Classes: 6 one hour classes
    Note: Coming September 15th

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    Learn to use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in your block coding projects. Make your code come to life in an all-new way.

    Lesson 1: Mad Hatter

    Explore the basics of AI with the Face-Tracking blocks. Create a costume that follows you, wherever you go! Add a wizard hat, clown nose, cowboy mustache, or whatever else you like.

    • Show and enable Face-Tracking
    • Switch costumes with code
    • Work with live video

    Lesson 2: Face Painting Booth

    Draw on a 3D face mesh! Make a carnival-style face paint creation. Create a costume or add glamorous makeup.

    • Explore Face-Tracking landmarks
    • Use the face-effect block to draw on a face mesh

    Lesson 3: World Traveler

    Create a greenscreen effect with live video and the Pose-Tracking blocks. Make a different animal appear as you change the scene.

    • Enable Pose-Tracking and work with body segmentation
    • Switch backgrounds with code
    • Use mouse events to control where you go

    Lesson 4: Protect the Cupcake

    Use the Hand-Tracking blocks to create an augmented reality "defense" game. Don't let the foxes steal your food!

    • Show and enable Hand-Tracking
    • Use positions of hand landmarks to control the motion of actors

    Lesson 5: Bubble Frenzy

    Create a game using the Hand-Tracking blocks. The bubble only pops if you follow the instructions, exactly! Explore Hand-Tracking landmarks and game logic.

    • Use dictionaries to represent landmarks efficiently
    • Use positions of hand landmarks to control game flow
    • Use variables to keep track of game state

    Lesson 6: Turtle Racer

    Use the Hand-Tracking blocks to create a virtual game controller! Control where the actor goes using a virtual steering wheel!

    • Show and enable Hand-Tracking
    • Use angles of landmarks to control the motion of actors
    • Use variables and positions of actors to control game flow

    AI Developer Certification

    Be proud of what you've created! Keep up the momentum and continue on your learning journey.

Meet Our Instructors

Our instructors are unmatched in their expertise and a deep desire to instill a love of coding and STEM to kids from 5 to 18!

  • Sahithya

    Hi, I am Sahithya! I have a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Masters In Business Administration. I am a certified app and web developer and have been teaching students to code for nearly 2 years.


    My name is Komal. I have a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. I started my journey with Visual Basic Language when I was in my teens, and have been developing software since then.


    I am from Jaipur “The Pink City”. After my MBA in Health and Hospital Management I later pursued a career in economics. I describe myself as a quick learner, adventurous, and a driven individual who isn't afraid of challenges.


    Hey everyone, I'm Amreen! I help kids shake hands with the future by becoming creators instead of consumers. I have been a super happy coding instructor for the last 2 years and each day here brings a new learning experience for all.

  • Sindhu

    I love putting myself in a position to contribute to creating a world that is better connected and sustainable. Over the past few years, I've realized that interacting with people has always been my calling, and I am most happy when I make children happy as a tutor.


    Hi, I am Anjani! I have bachelor's in Technology and my masters in Technology from Center for Advanced Studies, India. I am fluent in multiple coding languages including C, C++, Java, Python, PHP, React, HTML, and CSS.


    I'm Dr. Evans Sravanthi Roy, a dentist with a passion towards education. I have my own dental clinic which is doing well, but that did not keep me from teaching. I have been teaching for almost two years now, with 2,000+ hours of classes for over a hundred students.


    I am Snehal, a creative enthusiast. I have a CS degree and have been working for a year. My biggest passion is to add a touch of my creativity in every little thing I do. I love making games and artistic foods. My goal in life is to make a difference in all lives I am a part of.

  • Fatema

    I am Fatema, an engineer and have been working in the industry for many years in IT and software development and realize how important it is to grow with technology.


    Hi, I am Rashi! After my bachelor's in Computer Science, I worked with IBM for nearly a year. I then completed a degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education and switched my profession to teaching.


    Hi, my name is Vaisali. I am a highly enthusiastic online instructor and love teaching kids. I have a bachelor's in Computer Science Engineering from Anna University and a master's degree in General Engineering from the University of Pasadena.


    I am Arathy. I am a teacher by profession and have been teaching and designing curricula for over 7 years now.

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To participate in a live Tynker class, all you need is a desktop or laptop computer, access to the internet with bandwidth and a camera on your computer.

A paid Tynker plan is not required to participate. Get a full refund before the start of the 2nd class if you're not satisfied.

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  • Tynker Live Classes was a great way to introduce the basics in a fun, interesting and socially interactive way! We loved it!

    Alexandria Z., Parent
    My 7-year-old son truly enjoys the 'Introduction to Game Design' Tynker class. The class is often filled with his exciting voice and laughter. The teacher is very engaging.

    Tao L., Parent

Frequently asked questions

  • Why is coding for kids important?

    Coding is quickly becoming a universal second language, a life skill that every child should have in their toolbelt — one that can propel them to becoming part of the next generation of innovators. Coding is fundamental to life-changing advancements in medicine, climate change, environmental conservation, and much more.

    As kids and teens learn to code, they also build essential skills like critical thinking, logic, and problem-solving. They learn to logically sequence events, create video games, tell good stories, and model real situations. They also learn computational thinking by developing algorithmic and design thinking abilities. Learning to code is also an excellent way to express their creativity and imagination.

  • Why should we use Tynker coding classes for kids?

    Tynker is the world’s number one coding platform for children ages 5 to 18 for a reason—it works! Tynker powers the creativity of over 60 million students and serves thousands of schools and educators worldwide. We understand that some students learn better from a live instructor, so we have created specially designed live classes

    Our award-winning courses taught by one of our expert instructors encourage kids to complete lessons as they have fun, allowing them to progress from novices to experts using languages like Python. Learning how to code with Tynker unlocks and empowers children’s creativity, teaching them life-long skills they can use today and into the future.

  • What makes Tynker online coding classes different?

    Our online classes are delivered live by expert computer science instructors. Children learn computer coding from the comfort of their home with Tynker’s award winning coding curriculum. Tynker Teachers are highly trained experts, and lessons are personalized to each student’s age, interests, and coding knowledge.

  • How are Tynker online classes delivered?

    To participate in a live Tynker class, all you need is a desktop or laptop computer, access to the internet with bandwidth and a camera on your computer. Once registered for a 1-on-1 live class, you will have a parent and student account. To access your live class, please log into your student dashboard and select COACHING from the menu on the top right. You’ll see a tab called “Join Class” and your class link will be in that tab.

  • What is the cancellation policy for Tynker online private classes? How do I cancel?

    Securing your child’s place in class requires payment upfront, but we offer a 100% guarantee for a full refund prior to the start of the second class. Please email livesupport@tynker.com to cancel your classes.

  • What if my child already has coding experience?

    Tynker online classes are personalized to your child’s coding skill level and age. Our classes are designed for students from 7 years to 18 years of age.

  • Do I get free live classes with a Tynker paid plan?

    No, Tynker live classes are a separate program and don’t come with a Tynker self-paced paid plan.

  • What do we do if we have to miss a class?

    We understand that schedules change and you may have to modify a class time occasionally. Please notify us 24 hour in advance if you need to reschedule a class at livesupport@tynker.com.