Regular hours of Digi-Camp – 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
We offer extended care hours from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost of extended care is $15 per day.
Click here to register for Winter Holidays and/or Teacher Work Day Camps! (Not including Spring Break.)
2016 Teacher Work Days and Holidays
March 18, 2016 – Minecraft Crafts and Minecraft Challenges – Grades 1 – 8 – $80 for the day.
Campers will get to work with our Digi-Camp Craft Ladies – Miss Kim and Miss Amanda – and create some cool take-home crafts, centered on the Minecraft theme. This day will be a split day format – half of the day campers will be crafting in the real world, and the other half they will be crafting in Minecraft on our in-house server. Space is limited. Register now!
Click here to register for Holidays and Teacher Work Day Camps! (Not including Spring Break.)
We are offering four different camps for Spring Break. Camps will be small in numbers and BIG in fun! Register early or lose your spot!
(Because of the nature of the content we cannot offer partial week or day camps.)
Lego Robotics and Minecraft Challenges
Campers will unleash the creative powers of the new LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 set to create and command robots that walk, talk, think and do anything you can imagine. Makers practice building, creative design, and coding skills in a fun, relevant way. The afternoons will be spent on our in-house server completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.
Video Game Programming Level 1 and Minecraft Challenges
Campers will design and create their own video games using one of the most popular software packages developed by the engineers at the Media Lab at MIT. The afternoons will be spent on our in-house server completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.
Stop Motion Animation
Campers will write, direct, shoot, and edit their own stop motion animation movies using the most popular animation software packages available. The will add sound effects, voice overs, graphics, and special effects – making their movies instant Oscar material.
Intro to Robotics for Grades 1 through 3 – Participants take home robot that they build.
Campers will build their own mBot – a fun but powerful robot with motors, sensors, and the ability to be programmed using the Scratch programming language from MIT (the same language we use in our Video Game Programming I and II classes and camps).