Robotics and Special Interest Coaching
Robotics, math science and chess camp
Weekly, starting week of June 12 to week of June 26-30
9am to 12pm: Math, Reading, Science and Chess
Student’s summer learning loss is estimated to be 2 to 2.6 months of grade-level equivalency in reading and math according to research. Instead, summer break can be an opportunity to improve and strengthen their skills in a relaxed, fun environment.
In this session, campers will practice math and improve their reading comprehension guided by experienced tutors. They can also learn and play chess. (1:3 tutor to camper ratio)
12pm to 1pm: Lunch snack break
1pm to 4pm: Robotics
Robotics bridges the STEM gap by ensuring that children experience STEM opportunities outside the classroom. Campers are introduced to programming and basic program structure using visual programming (LabVIEW). Through this fun approach, students enhance problem-solving skills as well as stimulate their curiosity and innovation by building and controlling LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 robots. (1:5 tutor to camper ratio)
Hand sanitizer and water are provided free of charge.
Full day campers (9am to 4pm) need to bring lunch snack.
Limited space, $275/week, all day (9am to 4pm).