Pandemic Camp year 2 - What are we doing different?
While normal still evades us, the new normal dictates we form creative ways to give children a physical and mental safe space to learn and be kids again.
This year we bring you a unique camp experience that combines virtual and in-person learning.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Stretch and Shake
Project and Team Work
Project and Team work
In Person - Outdoors
Thursday Team build and Logic games
Meet us in High Park every Thursday for:
Team building activities
Inquiry, research and project work
LESSON ON impactful presentations
FUN & ICE CREAM!
Our camp counsellors are available to provide pick-up and drop-off at designated subway station- ($20 extra)
(Yonge/Sheppard, Kennedy, Yonge/Bloor, Eglinton West and Kippling)
Virtual and In-Person Minecraft Coding Summer Camp
If you can imagine it, you can build it! Minecraft offers great learning opportunities for students to design, create, mine, code and much more.
Coding skills are proven to teach important life skills. In addition to to computational and logical thinking skills, coding develops perseverance, patience and creative thinking.
In our Minecraft coding camps, students will have an opportunity to get creative and build something amazing every class!
Minecraft - What to expect?
When it comes to creativity, Minecraft has no limits! If you can imagine it, you can create it. Our Minecraft programs are a perfect blend of creative design, build and coding with Java.
Minecraft object creation
Minecraft world adventure design
Mods (modifying) using Java
Design session in breakout teams
Safe game and challenge time each class on our secure private Multiplayer Minecraft server. This offers opportunities for students to collaborate real time
Building multiple unique projects
Alpha and Beta Testin
Learn presentation skills
Learn the art of giving and receiving constructive feedback
Minecraft Hardware Requirements
CPU: Intel Core i5-4690 3.5GHz / AMD A10-7800 APU 3.5 GHz or equivalent
GPU: GeForce 700 Series or AMD Radeon Rx 200 Series (excluding integrated chipsets) with OpenGL 4.5
HDD: 4GB (SSD is recommended)
OS (recommended 64-bit):
Windows: Windows 10
macOS: macOS 10.12 Sierra
Linux: Any modern distributions from 2014 onwards
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Quiet place to participate in the workshop
Stable Internet connectivity
You need the following Software:
Minecraft Release 1.6 or newer(Java Edition). Older versions will need to be updated to current versions
Please note that some users experience issues playing Minecraft while using a mismatched version of Java for their operating system (32 or 64 bit), while using certain versions of Java 7, or while multiple versions of Java are installed
Starting from Minecraft 1.12, Java 8 will be required to run Minecraft.
All students will need to purchase their own Minecraft licence. You can purchase your copy Here
If you need assistance with Minecraft software and install, please send us an email after you register @ firstname.lastname@example.org. One of our experienced instructors will be happy to setup a time with you to get you started.