Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Appropriate for students entering fifth through seventh grade.
Cost is $20, t-shirt, daily snack and lunch on Friday included.
All students will rotate through the following camp options:
Tinkering: learning about circuits in multiple contexts with a goal of repurposing electronics.
Making by Breaking: reverse engineering with the goal of understanding how common electronic products work and using the technology to make something new.
Engineering: students will be given a real-life problem and tasked with finding a solution to the problem using given supplies and the iterative engineering process.
Digital Engineering and Games: students will develop their own simple game and build their own controller.
Students pick one of the four camps listed above on Friday to finish a larger project. Experience the “making” process and enhance problem-solving skills.
*Please note that students might not leave with a finished product each day.