COVID-19: STEMKid Maker Club is preparing to operate in-person and virtual camps this summer. We have every reason to believe through our discussions with the Ontario Camps Association and their relationships within the Government of Ontario that summer day camps will proceed........(Read more)
8:00-9:00: Extra care option ($10/day, Includes before and after care)
9:15-10:15: Introduce Project of the day, and educate students the theoretical knowledge of the project
10:15-10:30: Snacks (Water/Juice/Peanut free Snacks)
10:30-11:30: Campers begin their Project of the day
11:30-12:30: Lunch (Bring your own or Lunch is provided for those in lunch plan $7/day)
12:30-13:30: Campers finish their project. Campers then compete for the best design of the day.
13:30-13:45: Snack (Water/Juice/Peanut free Snacks)
13:45-14:45: Campers are taught different subjects and complete worksheets. ( Math, English, French or Chinese)
14:45-15:45: Outdoor Group Activities or Indoor Group Activities depending on Weather
15:45-16:00: Tidy-up and Pick-up Time
16:00-18:00: Extra care option ($10/day, Includes before and after care)
Before May 1st Early Bird Promotion : $518 +HST for 2 Weeks Camp $288 +HST for 1 Week After May 1st, Regular price: $598 +HST for 2 Weeks Camp $318 +HST for 1 Week Extra Care (Drop off at 8:00 and Pick up at 18:00): $10 per day Optional Lunch Plan: $7 per day (Hot meal, Juice and Fruit)
Are you wondering if your child is too young or too old for STEM camp? At STEMKid we have designed specific curricula for a range of age groups. Our age groups are 4-7, 7-11, and 11-15 years old. STEM education fits in every grade level because the material is adaptable to the developmental age of the child. So our children will learn and have fun, no matter the age.
Week 1 & 2: July 6th to 10th & July 13th to 17th
Are you curious to know what really goes on inside your iPod, cellphone, tablet or games? Electronic devices are used everywhere, and after this camp you will have a great understanding how electronics work. Learn electronics the fun and easy way through straightforward lessons, and useful projects.
Week 3 & 4: July 20th to 24th & July 27th to 31st
Engineering campers get a chance to work on various projects that incorporate many aspects of engineering such as robotics, 3-D modeling, and creative designing. While discovering the scientific and technological principles behind it all! Topics covered are Kinematics, Computer Science, Electric Circuits and Structural engineering. Our young engineers will be wowed by amazing activities and quality projects this camp, exploring projects ranging from paddle boats, hydraulic machines, fighter bots and many more. Projects are designed for a variety of specific age groups so that all campers can have fun.
Week 5 & 6: Aug 4th to 7th & Aug 10th to 14th
The campers will learn the integrated robotics knowledge such as mechatronics concepts, programming knowledge, and mechanical structure knowledge, as well as logical thinking ability, spatial imagination ability, teamwork, and leadership ability through immersive training. Our curriculum is designed to enable students to integrate the fun activities with robotics skill development through the form of a battalion team, so that students can quickly improve their comprehensive ability and competitive level in the short term.
Week 7 & 8: Aug 17th to 21st & Aug 24th to 28th
Near the end of Summer and you're worried that you have forgot everything you've learned in Math. Not to worry this camp reviews everything you have learned in school, and everything you will learn in the following school year. With fun and exciting lessons and daily competitions you will be well prepared for your school year.
2019 SUMMER CAMP