Few weeks left until summer vacation; the period when kids can learn something new or spend more time on what they really love to do. STEAMLabs’s brand new location at Spadina & Queen opens this summer, just in time for our roster of amazing summer camps. To celebrate this amazing launch, STEAMLabs are offering one lucky Teddy Out Ready reader a FREE spot in Web Controlled Arduino Robotics camp.
After Disney release of Big Hero 6, where Hiro, robotics prodigy, creates different kinds of interesting robots, including microbots, children showed significant interest in robotics including Teddy. Though our little one is too young for this camp so far, hope in a year he will be ready to polish his tech skills.
During this camp participants will also learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS to develop the web interface to control their robot and read its sensors. They’ll also learn the basics of digital design and fabrication to 3D print robot parts. They can even learn to send messages from Minecraft to their robot!
Participants will create their own individual robots as well as working with the group on a larger robot. Both individual and group projects are chosen based on what the kids are most eager to learn and create.
We tell our kids they can do anything. STEAMLabs will help them believe it!
Not sure this is the right summer camp for your kids? You can find out more here.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, so don't miss out! STEAMLabs also offers Minecraft Pro, Inventioneering and Technology Sampler summer camps for children.
For our readers we are excited to give a chance to win two week Web Controlled Arduino Robotics camp at STEAMLabs (for children ages 7 and up). The giveaway is open to the GTA residents who can attend STEAMLabs, located downtown Toronto.
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