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June 29 $299
@ 8:30 am - July 3
@ 3:30 pm
Engineering For Kids of Phoenix Metro Summer Camp @ Phoenix Coding Academy: LEGO Boomtown and Scratch Game Design with LEGO (Grades K – 2)
Teams of campers will explore the growing needs and challenges of the people in our community.
They will help to imagine and create a building that solves a problem and makes life easier, happier, or more connected for the people that use it. This week is all about creativity and forward-thinking using our awesome LEGO WeDo 2.0 robots. Does your child have what it takes to create the next great civil innovation?
PM Session: Scratch Game Design with LEGO
Explore the magic of computer programming with Scratch, software developed by MIT’s best brains to encourage young learners to combine creativity with logic! With this cutting-edge application and a series of exciting projects, campers will uncover the sensational world of coding. Everyday, they’ll expand their skills as they build their very own interactive storyboards and games with audio, video, animated characters and more. Then we’ll plug in our trusty LEGO motors and sensors to build game controllers and add a physical factor to our games!
Engineering For Kids Summer Camp 2020 @ Phoenix Coding Academy in Central Phoenix
We are excited to announce our third summer as partners with Phoenix Coding Academy! This location is a state-of-the-art educational facility designed with the comfort and safety of students in mind. Enjoy all that Engineering for Kids has to offer at Phoenix Coding Academy just north of Downtown Phoenix!
If you have questions or require assistance during registration, please email us at email@example.com or call/text us at 480-779-8184. For information on specific activities and curriculum, click on the individual weeks and blue hyperlinks
The health and well being of your child, our staff, and the public has always been our top concern in running camps. We want you to rest assured that we’re taking many precautions to keep your child safe. These steps include but not limited to:
- greatly lowered enrollment caps to ensure proper distancing in our camp spaces (8-12 students, size depends on classroom space)
- sanitizing touch-points and camp materials routinely
- staff and campers sanitizing hands frequently
- staff mandated to wear face masks
- monitoring facility capacity & policies prior to taking a break