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THREE REASONS TO LOVE OUR SUMMER CAMPS
Taught & led by engineers and designers experienced at teaching
Carefully developed to offer the most fun learning experience possible
More than 10K happy kids since 2013, guaranteed fun!
August 30th - September 03
All of our Summer Camps run Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the White Eagle Polish Hall. If you have any questions feel free to call us or check our FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
- Design and 3D print your own light-up toy (the LED Night Light Project Kit)
- Build and code a Nite Lite Project using Arduino
- Bridge-building competition
- Create animations using digital tools and clay
HERE'S WHAT WE WILL BE LEARNING
Electronic Fundamentals: Source, Load, Loop
Coding Fundamentals: Instructions, Statements, conditionals, if/else
Structural Fundamentals: Force, Pressure, Weight
Animation Fundamentals: Frames, Animation, Frame Rate, Ease-in & Ease-out, Squash & Stretch
TOPICS Coding, 3D Design & 3D Printing, Animation, and Electronics. Hurry up, only a few seats are available
TIME: 9:30 am - 3:30 p.m.
STEAM SAMPLER - BUILD YOUR OWN LED NIGHT LIGHT
TIME: 9:30 am - 3:30 p.m.
DESIGN CHALLENGE - ELECTRIC CAR
Kids will get to use 3D printers, laser cutters, and motors to design and build their own electric car with the guidance of instructors and compete in a number of competition challenges: Speed Racers, aMazing Race, No Terrain No Gain, and more.
Students will learn the ins & outs of Computer-Aided Design (CAD), measurements, electronics, design thinking, and other Applied Design Skills and Technologies (ADST) related to the BC Curriculum!
CHECK WHAT WE ARE UP TO
1. Will my child have fun in the program?
We are confident that your child will love our program. The curriculum, activities, and fun games have been developed so children can not only learn but also have a great time while doing so.
2. Does my child need to bring their own computer?
Due to the nature of our programs computers/chromebooks are required; however, your child may bring their own computer or choose to rent it from us for the week at the moment of purchase.
3. Will my child bring something home?
All of our programs have hands-on projects, and the majority will have a complete project to bring home. Some programs such as Junior Coding & Robotics give students a certificate of completion upon finishing the program.
4. What are your COVID-19 Precautions?
We are limiting the number of students per class. Masks and face coverings are mandatory for all students and staff present. We will have hand sanitizing stations and all students will have their own tools and projects to avoid cross-contamination from sharing equipment.
You can click here to view our detailed COVID-19 plan.
5. Will lunch be provided?
Due to COVID-19 we are unable to offer any sort of snack/food to students.
6. Where are you located?
We are a Canadian company specialiced in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) and our Head Quarters are located in North Vancouver British Columbia, we have several locations accross Canada over the summer to bring our STEAMazing experience closer to you.
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