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Camp session: 2021 Summer Tech & Maker Camps (The Maker Bean Cafe)
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2021 Summer Tech & Maker Camps

By: The Maker Bean Cafe  []

The Maker Bean Cafe

Program and Sessions Details:

Type:

Day Camp

Specialization:

Computer (multi)

Age (Gender):

6 - 12 (Coed)

Cost:

$395 to $495

Special needs support:

Yes
Not all campers have special needs


Contact Camp:

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Make things, friends & memories! Have your child spend their summer break meeting new friends & learning tech skills!


Make things, friends & memories!
Have your child spend their summer break meeting new friends & learning tech skills at The Maker Bean Cafe at 1052 Bloor St. West! Using tools such as laser cutters, 3D printers & wood-working tools, and with 1 laptop per child, your children will create something straight out of their imaginations!

For kids 6-12 years old, both experienced & new makers alike.

Kids also head outdoors for at least 1 hour per day to Dufferin Grove Park (5-minute walk from The Maker Bean) for active games & fresh air.

Pricing

5-day week (Mon-Fri, 9-4): $495 (includes tax)

4-day week (9-4): $395 (for weeks with a holiday: July 1 and Aug 3; includes tax)

Save $50 by signing up early with promo code “Earlysummer”! Valid until March 13, 2020.

For kids 6-12 years old, both experienced & new makers alike.

Add-on tickets available at bottom of ticket list:

  • Lunch & snacks for all camp days (+$15/day)
  • Before-care (8-9 AM) for all camp days (+$10/day)
  • After-care (4-5 PM) for all camp days (+$10/day)

Camp schedule

Week 1: Powered By Girls Tech Camp (June 29 – July 3, 4 days, closed July 1)

Explore the wonderful world of tech and imagination in a girl-positive environment! They’ll work together to build a tech project that focuses on solving a real-world problem, and present it at the end of the week to parents.

Week 2: Robotics (July 6 – 10, 5 days)

Learn and develop a variety of skills to create your own robot that kids take home at the end of the week: 2D & 3D design, laser cutting & 3D printing and programming, as well as incorporating sensors, motors & moving parts; for beginners & experienced kids alike!

Week 3: Robotics (July 13 – 17, 5 days)

Learn and develop a variety of skills to create your own robot that kids take home at the end of the week: 2D & 3D design, laser cutting & 3D printing and programming, as well as incorporating sensors, motors & moving parts; for beginners & experienced kids alike!

Week 4: Minecraft Pro (July 20 – 24, 5 days)

Whether a beginner or experienced Minecraft player, expand your kids’ skills with this creative, learning-filled game. From designing new worlds, to collaborating with others on in-game tasks, to laser cutting & 3D printing custom items from the game, they’ll love every Minecraft-filled minute!

Week 5: Robotics (July 27 – 31 , 5 days)

Learn and develop a variety of skills to create your own robot that kids take home at the end of the week: 2D & 3D design, laser cutting & 3D printing and programming, as well as incorporating sensors, motors & moving parts; for beginners & experienced kids alike!

Week 6: Robotics (Aug 4 – 7, 4 days, closed Aug 3)

Learn and develop a variety of skills to create your own robot that kids take home at the end of the week: 2D & 3D design, laser cutting & 3D printing and programming, as well as incorporating sensors, motors & moving parts; for beginners & experienced kids alike!

Week 7: Minecraft Pro (Aug 10 – 14, 5 days)

Whether a beginner or experienced Minecraft player, expand your kids’ skills with this creative, learning-filled game. From designing new worlds, to collaborating with others on in-game tasks, to laser cutting & 3D printing custom items from the game, they’ll love every Minecraft-filled minute!

Week 8: Robotics (Aug 17- 21, 5 days)

Learn and develop a variety of skills to create your own robot that kids take home at the end of the week: 2D & 3D design, laser cutting & 3D printing and programming, as well as incorporating sensors, motors & moving parts; for beginners & experienced kids alike!

Week 9: Minecraft Pro (Aug 24 – 28, 5 days)

Whether a beginner or experienced Minecraft player, expand your kids’ skills with this creative, learning-filled game. From designing new worlds, to collaborating with others on in-game tasks, to laser cutting & 3D printing custom items from the game, they’ll love every Minecraft-filled minute!

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Session Dates & Locations:

Date TBD
Dufferin Grove, Toronto, ON
1052 Bloor Street West
Time TBD
Cost TBD

Character Development:

  • Curiosity: Curiosity is one of the hallmarks of great leaders and thinkers, and it starts with curious kids! We help them explore that curiosity through taking things apart, building new things and exploring the unknown.
  • Creativity: No Maker project is complete without a dash of creativity! From arts & crafts to computer-aided design to laser cutting & 3D printing, we help your child bring their creation to life.

Special Needs Support: (Not all campers have special needs)

Mild Support       Specialized programming

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Aspergers Syndrome
  • Autism/Pervasive development delay
  • Troubled Teens
Mild Support       Specialized programming


Activities at this Session:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

  • 3D Design
  • Animation
  • Architecture
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Basketball
  • Drawing
  • Engineering
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Instructor lead (group)
  • Instructor lead (one on one)
  • LEGO
  • Makerspace
  • Math
  • Minecraft
  • Nature/Environment
  • Painting
  • Programming (multi)
  • Robotics
  • Skilled Trades Activities
  • Soccer
  • STEM
  • Superhero/Marvel/DC
  • Technology
  • Video Game Design
  • Web Design
  • Web Development
  • Woodworking
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive






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