For some children, summer means engineering, science, robotics or computer programming.
And they can’t get enough of it.
Computer Explorers summer camps involve video game animation, forensic detective work, “green” engineering, robotics, rocket making, movie production and story writing. Common ingredients include teamwork, collaborative learning, educational relevance and lots of fun.
Children don’t want our camps to end.
With such popular offerings, Computer Explorers takes summer camps to a new level, using relevant and engaging material that keeps kids hooked and extends learning in key academic areas. State-of-the-art technology and innovative programs introduce youngsters to concepts that prep them for more advanced learning as well as potential career paths.
Both girls and boys dive right in. We often find that students who were quiet in a traditional classroom setting gain confidence at our camps and return to school with new excitement.
That excitement stays with children who take part in programs with Computer Explorers. We tie all our programs into core academic subjects and continue keeping kids engaged with after school programs at school sites and recreation and community centers during the academic year.
Kids are naturally generous and helpful and by working together, they learn to communicate well and solve problems. In Computer Explorers summer camps, children don’t have swimming contests but together they may build a robot that walks and talks or write and direct their own short digital movies.
How cool is that?