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)
STEMKid Maker Club is preparing to operate in-person 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. In preparation for in-person camps, STEMKid Maker Club has prepared its Return to Camp Guideline document which will be continuously updated as new health and safety regulations are announced. We have also introduced our No Risk Refund Policy to ensure families receive a full refund in the unlikely event that Summer Camp has to be cancelled. The health and safety of your children in our care will always be our primary concern.
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(JK – G2)
Week One ( July 4 - 8): Animal Friends - Discover the animals around you. Recognize the sounds of animals and understand the habits of small animals. (FULL)
Week Two ( July 11 - 15): Human Body - Understand the human body systems and muscles, listen to the human heartbeat and the other sounds form our body.
Week Three ( July 18 - 22): Commons Senses - Make discoveries in sight, sound, hearing, touch and smell.
Week Four ( July 25 - 29): Changing Seasons - Learn about weather science, aerodynamics, natural circulation, seasons, days, years and months.
Week Five ( August 2 - 5) Happy Flights (4 days) - Learn about different kinds of aircraft, understand the relationship between air and aircraft, make our own flights.
Week Six ( August 8 - 12): Weather Wonders - Study the water cycle, weather patterns and how rainbows form.
Week Seven ( August 15 - 19): Mysterious Oceans - Learn about the eight oceans of the earth and the marine lives.
Week Eight ( August 22 - 26): Recycle and Our World - Understand our living environment, advocate environmental protection, and save our planet. (FULL)
The Little Engineer Star
(JK – G3)
Are you curious to know what really goes on inside your iPod, cellphone, tablet or games? Electronic devices are used everywhere,
and after this program you will have a great understanding how electronics work. Learn electronics the fun and easy way through straightforward lessons,
and useful projects. Our young scientists will be wowed by amazing activities and quality projects, exploring projects ranging from copper tape circuits,
wiggling bot, Motor boats and many more. You will also learn many interesting concepts of Electronics, Engineering and Science.
Junior Robotics: Meet Our Robots!
Summer Camp robotics activities at STEMKid Maker Club provide an accessible, fun, and engaging avenue for campers
to explore their curiosity and wonder about the wonderful world of STEM! With the use of robots such as Ozobots, YLW Robots, and FIRST Robots,
campers will engage in immersive and interesting hands-on activities that provide opportunities to learn the STEM skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow.
Ozobots (JK – G3): The Ozobot bit is a small robot equipped with color sensors that can read and understand colors as code.
The Ozobot follows any black line drawn on a white background, and then makes decisions about directions to turn and ways to behave by following a sequenced color code!
YLW Robots (G2 – G6): YLW Robot is a robot that can be programmed by reading barcodes or by code written and created using online software
such as Scratch, Mblocks, or YLWCoding. The YLW Robot has many programmable features, including its movement, LED lights, sensors, and sounds!
FIRST® Robots (G4 – G7): The FIRST Robot is the rehearsal of FIRST LEGO League Competition. Each session has three parts: the Robot Game,
the Innovation Project, and the FIRST Core Values. Campers will explore real-world scientific challenges and introduce coding and robot building principles
using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® or SPIKESM Prime, apply their STEM skills combined with critical thinking to work with a team, build a robot and compete
in an exciting and mission-based Robot Game.
*Children who register for Robotics Summer Camp need to bring their own laptops.
(G1 – G6)
Scratch is a block-based visual programming language and website targeted primarily at children. Users of the site can create
online projects using a block-like interface. The children will mix together different media (including graphics, sound, and other programs)
in creative ways by creating and remixing projects, like video games and animations.
*Children who register for Scratch Programming Summer Camp need to bring their own laptops.
(G3 – G8)
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects.
Arduino Boards have been used to control the valves and motors within the latest designs for mechanical ventilators as teams around the world
rushed to produce additional volumes of this critical medical device. The program will introduce you how to use mBlock, and how to program Robots / Arduino Boards with mBlock.
No need to buy equipment, we can let you borrow our Arduino kit for the program. All you need is a computer, internet, and a hunger to learn.
*Children who register for Arduino Programming Summer Camp need to bring their own laptops.
(G3 – G8)
Some kids might feel like they just don’t have what it takes to learn Python. The strange combinations of words and punctuation can
seem impossible to decipher. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed, but learning the basics of Python isn’t nearly as difficult as it may appear.
You and your peers will be able to understand difficult concepts of python through fun projects and lessons with the help of our instructors.
*Children who register for Python Programming Summer Camp need to bring their own laptops.
Tentative Dates: July 4 to August 26, 2021, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
(Extended care is available 8:30 – 9:00 am, 4:00 – 5:00 pm)
Camp Type: Weekly Day Camp
Focus: Fun and Education in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math)
Address: 355 South Unionville Ave, (Unionville Meadows Public School) Markham, ON L3R 5C8
Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or 647 879 1509
Cost: $380.00/week (5 days), $320/week (4 days), extended care: $10/day
Early Bird Promotion: Register by April 30th
$350.00/week (5 days), $288.00/week (4 days), Extended care: $10/day
Please fill out the registration form and send the form together with the registration fee to email@example.com
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