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June 29 $299
@ 8:30 am - July 3
@ 3:30 pm
Engineering For Kids of Phoenix Metro Summer Camp @ Sky Zone Trampoline Park: RoboMaker and Get in the Game with Virtual Reality (Grades 3 – 8)
In RoboMaker, campers will learn the fundamentals of what makes a robot a robot.
Using our brand-new kits, they’ll construct numerous designs such as a Line Tracer, Battlebot, Soccerbot, and more. The kids will also be introduced to electrical engineering through the activity of wiring their robots for movement. The session will culminate in an open-ended building challenge to really get those minds thinking!
PM Session: Get in the Game with Virtual Reality
Back by popular demand is our Virtual Reality program! Discover the immersive world of virtual reality with our kid-friendly, all-in-one headsets. Create a world with top-down design principles to build your story, theme, and characters, then put the headset on and become a part of the game yourself. Learn to program the aspects of your game to create a truly unique, open-ended experience that you won’t soon forget. The games we make can even be shared via link and played on a computer at home – with or without a headset!
Engineering For Kids Summer Camp 2020 @ Sky Zone Trampoline Park in NE Phoenix
We are very excited to partner with Sky Zone in NE Phoenix for a second summer! At this state-of-the-art adventure park, our campers will have plenty of opportunities to experience all the facility has to offer: multiple dodgeball courts, towering rock walls, massive foam pits, sprawling tramopline courts, warrior courses, and more!
If you have questions or require assistance during registration, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 (entertainment facilities only)