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Summer Coding, Robotics and Maker Camps

In-person Summer Coding and Robotics  camps for kids Ages 4- 7

Program: Coding and Lego Robotics

Week 1 - CODING

Unicorn MAZES

Magical lands and unexpected surprises lurk in the magical land of unicorns. Are you ready to code to get your friends through the mazes?

Solution Topic

  • Improve math skills and computational thinking while learning the basics of Coding

  • Create animations and simple games using block-based CODING

  • Enhance the coding experience with lego robots that you will build and code in the afternoon segment

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering design process

  • ideate brainstorm, and design amazing mazes

  • Learn the Fundamentals  of Coding

  • Create amazing animations, stories and simple games with CODE

  • Build and present 

July 4th  -July 7th 

Session 1a

(short week

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$420.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$400.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering process

 

Programming basics

 

Sequences and patterns

 

Algorithmic thinking

Loops

decision logic

variables

 

Animations

 

Games

Presentation skills

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What will you make?

Campers will work in teams and learn the basics of Design thinking and Coding

 

Campers will create:

 

Animations

Simple Games

Coding campers will have an afternoon maker session with circuit and robotics

Week one we are going rainbow science crazy!

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What will you take?

On-line portfolio of projects

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Where will you go?

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PROGRAM LEGO ROBOTICS

Week 2 - ROBOTICS

SPACE CAMP - BUILD TO LAUNCH  - ARTEMIS I

Introduce your little ones to the world of Robotics. Join the out-of-this-world STEAM Learning space robotics camp. Build to Launch is an exploration of the technology, STEAM concepts and careers behind the Artemis I mission. Young students get to build and code to solve 3 missions

Solution Topic

  • Students will find themselves in the shoes of NASA engineers, scientists, and of course astronauts.

  • Students will learn about  the ARTEMIS I mission and will get hands-on and solve the same types of problems the Artemis I Team faces as they build towards launch!

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Ask questions and define problems 

  • Plan and carry out investigations 

  • Develop and use models 

  • Meet design constraints 

  • Evaluate competing design solution 

  • Iteratively test and modify designs 

  • learn fundamentals of coding

July 10th  -July 14th 

Session 2a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$525.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$500.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering design process

 

Robotics basics

 

Programming basics

Presentation skills

 

Team Work

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What will you make?

Campers will work in teams to design and build the following:

 

3 missions to prepare for the launch

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What will you take?

Online Project Portfolio

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Where will you go?

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Students will either visit a tech company on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo

PROGRAM SMART SERIES: CODING, ENGINEERING AND CIRCUITS

Week 3 - CIRCUITS

TOYS TOYS - DESIGN IT - BUILD IT - CODE IT

Get a flavour of Artificial Intelligence. Can you design a perfect smart toy?What would it do? what would it look like?

Join the exciting smart series camp. Young engineers will learn to design, engineer, and code their ideal toy with sensors, motors and circuit boards

Solution Topic

  • How will you make your perfect toy smart?

  • What would it look like? Will it be a cuddly or will it be a speedy bot?

  • How will you make it SMART? Will it sing to you at night or will it light up only when it is dark? Or will it feed your dog when you are not at home

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering design process

  • ideate and brainstorm your perfect smart toy

  • Learn the basics of Coding

  • Make it sense, move or sing - you decide

July 17th  -July 21st 

Session 3a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$525.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$500.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering design process

 Programming basics

Circuits basic

Learn about sensors

Learn about motors

Coding fundamentals

Smart cars function and ethics

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What will you make?

Campers will work in teams and learn the basics of  and Coding and circuits

 

Campers will create:

 

a Prototype Toy

 

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What will you take?

Entire project

circuit board

and all the electronic components used

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Where will you go?

Students will either visit a tech company on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo

PROGRAM SMART SERIES: CODING, ENGINEERING AND CIRCUITS

Week 4 CIRCUITS

DREAM LAND RIDES - SIMPLE MACHINES

We are building a DREAM city with fun games and playgrounds. What is missing from your playground? Unlimited Candy dispenser? No line-up Ferris Wheel? A Secret cave?

Solution Topic

  • Can you design a playground ride that doesn't exist?

  • How will you make it safe?

  • How would you make it fun?

  • How would you make it smart?

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering process

  • Ideate and brainstorm the ideal  playground

  • Understand simple machines

  • Learn the basics of Coding

  • Design static, manual, mechanized and automated structures

  • Make it smart by using sensors

July 24th - July 28th 

Session 4a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$525.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$500.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering design process

simple machines

Circuits basic

Learn about sensors

Learn about motors

Coding fundamentals

Smart cars function and ethics

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What will you make?

A smart playground with:

ac combination of static, mechanized, automated and smart rides

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What will you take?

Entire project

Microbit V2 kit

Accompanied electronic components:

sensors

motors 

LED board

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Where will you go?

Students will either visit a tech company on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo

PROGRAM CIRCUITS AND CODING

Week 5 - CIRCUITS AND CODING

Circuits and Engineering with SMART CARS

Get a flavour of Artificial Intelligence. Can you make your car detect obstacles, follow instructions and detect lava pits? Get ready to make a super fun project with the power of coding in this summer camp.

Solution Topic

  • What problem is the smart car solving?

  • Are there dangers involved?

  • How can you make it safe

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering design process

  • ideate and brainstorm the ethics of launching SMART Cars

  • Learn the basics of Coding

  • Graphical programming blocks allow kids to learn programming from the simplest to more complex

  • Learn distance tracking, obstacle avoidance, line following, light show, play music, wireless control etc

July 31st - Aug 4th 

Session 5a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$525.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$500.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering design process

Circuits basic

Learn about sensors

Learn about motors

Coding fundamentals

Smart cars function and ethics

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What will you make?

A smart car that can:

Drive per coding instructions

Avoid obstacles

follow a line

light up for emergencies

buzz 

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What will you take?

Entire project

Microbit V2 kit

Eleckfreak cute bot

Accompanied electronic components:

sensors

motors 

LED board

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Where will you go?

Students will either visit a tech company on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo

Week 6 - CODING AND STEM MAKER

Program: Coding and Lego Robotics

CHARLIE AND THE CODING FACTORY

You found the GOLDEN TICKET! Now it’s time to create some magic in the CODING factory. Learning to code has never been fun, especially when you are in a chocolate factory. In this camp kids will learn basic coding concepts . They will design and build a variety animations and a simple game using SCRATCH platform

Solution Topic

  • Improve math skills and computational thinking while learning the basics of Coding

  • Create animations and simple games using block-based CODING

  • Explore smart circuits as you design build and code your crafty creations

  • Enhance the coding experience with lego robots that you will build and code in the afternoon segment

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering design process

  • ideate brainstorm, and design amazing mazes

  • Learn the Fundamentals  of Coding

  • Create amazing animations, stories and simple games with CODE

  • Build and present 

$150.00

$50.00

Aug 8th - Aug 11th

(Short week)

Session 6a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$420.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$400.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering design process

 

Programming basics

 

Sequences and patterns

 

Algorithm

 

Animations

Games

Presentation skills

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What will you make?

Campers will work in teams and learn the basics of Design thinking and Coding

 

Campers will create:

 

Animations

Stories

Simple Games

 

Coding campers will have an afternoon maker session with circuit and robotics

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What will you take?

Online portfolio of Projects

Design Journal

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Where will you go?

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PROGRAM LEGO ROBOTICS

WEEK 7 - ROBOTICS

Mission MARS

Introduce your little ones to the world of Robotics. Students are sending the rovers to MARS with a number of missions. Will their Rover succeed? In this fun and educational camp, students will design build and code their robots to head to the MARS!

Solution Topic

  • Colonizing MARS - What will life be like on MARS?​

  • Design, engineer and build a MARS base using Robotics

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering process

  • ideate and brainstorm your perfect space

  • Learn the basics of Robotics

  • Engineer and Build  Rover that can accomplish tasks on the Mars base using Code

  • Learn basic of Coding

Aug 14th - Aug 18th 

Session 7a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$525.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$500.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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Students will either visit a tech company on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo

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What will you learn?

Engineering process

 

Robotics basics

 

Programming basics

Presentation skills

 

Team Work

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What will you make?

Campers will work in teams to design and build the following:

 

MARS Base

MARS Rover

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What will you take?

Online Project Portfolio

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Where will you go?

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Program: Coding and Lego Robotics

WEEK 8 - CODING AND STEM MAKER

PIRATES of the CODING World!

Ahoy there Matey! Stuck in a storm of Bits and Bytes - Can you you rescue us from Island of the Bi-Narrry!

Solution Topic

  • Improve math skills and computational thinking while learning the basics of Coding

  • Create animations and simple games using block-based CODING

  •  Enhance the coding experience with lego robots that you will build and code in the afternoon segment

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering design process

  • ideate and brainstorm your pirate characters and saving strategies for your game

  • Create amazing animations, stories and simple games with CODE

  • Build and present 

Session 8a

Aug 21st - Aug 25th 

Session 8a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$525.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$500.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering design process

 

Programming basics

 

Sequences and patterns

 

Algorithm

 

Animations

 

Stories

 

Games

Presentation skills

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What will you make?

Campers will work in teams and learn the basics of Design thinking and Coding

 

Campers will create:

 

Animations

Stories

Simple Games

Coding campers will have an afternoon maker session with circuit and robotics

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What will you take?

On-line portfolio of projects

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Where will you go?

Students will either visit a tech company on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo

PROGRAM CIRCUITS AND CODING

WEEK 9 -CIRCUITS AND CODING

LIGHT UP PLUSHIES

Learn the basics of electricity and circuits in this fun and educational camp. Kids will make their cute plushies with built in circuits

Design , Experiment, Build

  • Learn the engineering process

  • ideate and brainstorm your perfect cuddly monster

  • Learn the basics of mechanical and electrical engineering

  • Learn the basics of programming 

  • Learn basic circuitry with Arduino

  • Build and present

Aug 28th - Sept 1at

Session 9a

9:00 am -3:00 pm

Ages 4 - 6

$525.00

Early Bird

(By March 20th)

$500.00

Sibling discount

$25 off

Optional

Extended Care

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

$150.00

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What will you learn?

Engineering  design process 

Programming basics 

Circuits basics 

Algorithm

Arduino lilypad

Wearable tech

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What will you make?

Students will make the following projects:

 

Cushy monster

Cuddle bug

 

Kids will design and sew thier plushie

Kids will build a light up switch circuit and embed the circuit in the plushie 

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What will you take?

Entire project

circuit board

and all the electronic components used

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Where will you go?

Students will either visit a tech company on Friday or will be visited by a tech company for expo

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