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Ages 6-8

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10:00AM | Code Edison Robots

$499
Calendar Mar 21, 2020 at 10 am, runs for 8 weeks

Ages 6-8

Learn to program robots with EdBlocks! Using Edison, a simple but powerful robotics platform, students will take computer programming to the physical world! The class will explore using an Edison's block programming language to create movement and sound, then move on to program the robots to navigate mazes, interact with the physical world, and more!

Payment plan available: $99 deposit plus 5 payments of $80.00, paid every two weeks.

9:30AM | 3D Printing with TinkerCAD

$718
Calendar Jul 6, 2020 at 9:30 am

One-week options are available at checkout: $359.

Ages 8-12

Learn to design and build original objects using 3D Printers! Students will create awesome 3D printed objects using TinkerCAD! Create character models, pencil holders, name tags and whatever else you can think of. If you can dream it up and model it you can bring it into the real world! TinkerCAD is AutoDesk's 100% open source software, so students can continue to create even after camp is over.

9:30AM | Become a Digital Comic Artist

$718
Calendar Jul 6, 2020 at 9:30 am

One-week options are available at checkout: $359.

Ages 5-8

Become a digital comic artist! Students will start by working with their instructor and each other to create their own original characters and stories. They will then sketch out their stories with paper and pencils. Once their storyboards are compete, they will create their comics digitally using digital drawing software and drawing tablets. Best of all, students can leave with their comic printed!

9:30AM | Build Robots with LEGO

$718
Calendar Jul 6, 2020 at 9:30 am

One-week options are available at checkout: $359.

Ages 6-8

Building with Legos is fun but building and coding robots with Legos is even better! Using Lego WeDo, students will build and code a variety of different robots using motors, gears and more! From science rovers to volcano explorers, this class is a great way to get started with robotics & code! No coding experience is required for this class.

1:00PM | Build Robots with LEGO

$718
Calendar Jul 6, 2020 at 1 pm

One-week options are available at checkout: $359.

Ages 6-8

Building with Legos is fun but building and coding robots with Legos is even better! Using Lego WeDo, students will build and code a variety of different robots using motors, gears and more! From science rovers to volcano explorers, this class is a great way to get started with robotics & code! No coding experience is required for this class.

1:00PM | Drone Challenge with Scratch

$718
Calendar Jul 6, 2020 at 1 pm

One-week options are available at checkout: $359.

Ages 8-12

Meet Tello: a quadcopter that is small, nimble, and able to be programmed with Scratch! In this class, students will learn the physics and history of drone flight. Then, they'll be presented with a series of simulated real-world challenges that they'll need to design think and problem solve their way through. By the end of the class, students will have designed their own control system for the drone, delivered life-saving supplies across the world, and have run a successful LEGO rescue mission.

9:30AM | 3D Printing with TinkerCAD

$718
Calendar Jul 20, 2020 at 9:30 am

One-week options are available at checkout: $359.

Ages 8-12

Learn to design and build original objects using 3D Printers! Students will create awesome 3D printed objects using TinkerCAD! Create character models, pencil holders, name tags and whatever else you can think of. If you can dream it up and model it you can bring it into the real world! TinkerCAD is AutoDesk's 100% open source software, so students can continue to create even after camp is over.

9:30AM | Become a Digital Comic Artist

$718
Calendar Jul 20, 2020 at 9:30 am

One-week options are available at checkout: $359.

Ages 5-8

Become a digital comic artist! Students will start by working with their instructor and each other to create their own original characters and stories. They will then sketch out their stories with paper and pencils. Once their storyboards are compete, they will create their comics digitally using digital drawing software and drawing tablets. Best of all, students can leave with their comic printed!





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