Writing & Speaking – Elementary School
able to read/write (recommended for 2nd grade and up)
Immerse your child in a
summer of writing. Each week is focused on a style of writing. Through each
week, your child will gain fundamentals related to that style, while being
encouraged to develop his/her own flair.
Each day will provide
1-hr of live instruction and 1 hour of individual writing.
Writing & Speaking – Middle School
Camp – Beginners
your KG and 1st graders can do this too!!
Immerse your child in
a summer of technology. School will look different in the fall - students will
need to be tech competent. Along with fundamental skills like typing and mouse
control, we will incorporate Google Classroom, Zoom, and other remote learning
formats into each session to give students the opportunity to become masters at
these technologies before the fall school session begins.
Each week is focused
on type of technology modality. They will work through skill-appropriate coding
using Scratch, robotics, basics of graphic and web design as well as digital
art such as pixel versus vector art. Each activity will be designed keeping the
beginner level, engaging through games and activities designed to heavily
practice basic tech skills.
Each day will provide
2 hours of live remote instruction.
Jun 8-12; Pixel: Sprite Animation; Intro to Computer
Lab; Text to Speech Project
Jun 15-19; Photo Composting: Mixed Beasts; Programming
Basics, movements in sequence (Dance project)
Jun 22-26; Digital Color; Loops & Events, multiple
sprite objects (Music project)
Jun 29-Jul 3; Vector Art: Boolean shape tools &
typography; TinkerCAD; 2D Vector file imports;
Sprites in Conversation; Backdrops; Animation project
Jul 6-10; Design a Logo using vector art; XY
Coordinates (Fireworks project)
Jul 13-20; Boolean shape tools in 3D; TinkerCAD, 2D vector file imports; Looping Behaviors
Jul 20-24; Architecture Concepts/3D Printing demo
(Design a House project); Keyboard inputs; If/Then statements (Ball game
Jul 27-31; 3D Printing Joints & Connectors (Custom
LEGO blocks project); Rotation & Relative motion controls (Driving Game
Camp – Intermediate/Advanced
do not need to have prior programming experience, however, some knowledge of
block-method coding is helpful.