At YouthCode summer coding and robotics camps, students learn computer science concepts while having loads of fun. All camps are instructor-led with hands-on project time for students to apply their new knowledge and skills. There will be plenty of unplugged activities to keep everyone active. All summer camp registrations include snacks and drinks, use of computers and accessories, all materials and camp souvenirs.
Introductory Coding Camp with Scratch: Sports
Students learn basic coding in Scratch to create a sports commercial, simulate extreme sports, develop games and more. [Age 9+]
Advanced Coding Camp with Scratch
In this advanced Scratch coding camp, students will extend their knowledge and skill with Scratch as they create math games, tic tac toe, augmented and virtual reality projects and more. [Age 9+, Prior Scratch experience required]
Introductory Coding Camp with Scratch: Music & Sound
Students learn basic coding in Scratch to play instruments, create a music video, make movie sound effects, be a DJ mixer and more. [Age 9+]
Introduction to Python Camp
Python is a great starting text-based, object oriented language for youth. It has a gentle learning curve, and reads more like English, yet widely used and robust enough for many applications. [Age 12+, Prior coding experience or equivalent required]
Robotics Camp: LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3
Make LEGOs come to life using the EV3 LEGO® brick controller, motors, sensors and LabView software while completing missions on an official FIRST® LEGO League competition table. [Age 10+]
Robotics Camp: Makeblock mBot
In this introductory robotics camp, students use Scratch to program Makeblock mBot robots. Students will have fun playing mBot soccer, racing the bots and completing other robot challenges. [Age 10+, Prior coding experience or equivalent required]
Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab and is available for free at scratch.mit.edu.
Python and the Python logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Python Software Foundation, used by YouthCode with permission from the Foundation.
Makeblock is a trademark of Shenzhen Makerworks Co., Ltd. and covers robots and structural parts for personal, educational and hobby use.
LEGO and LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 are trademarks of the LEGO Group of companies which does not endorse or sponsor the YouthCode program.
The LabVIEW Module for LEGO MINDSTORMS is a trademark of National Instruments.
FIRST LEGO League is a registered trademark of FIRST (firstinspires.org) which is not overseeing, involved with, or responsible for this activity.