A Tynker CodeMaker Camp™ in warminster, PA

Virtual Lego Coding Camp For The Future

Awesome camps for Awesome kids.
by Dr. Alexis Robinson
I am a Steam Educator that teaches in the public school system as well as the homeschool community.
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Week-long summer camps available

$360
6Jul - 10Jul

AR Studio (2019)

Bring the real world into the virtual world in your AR games. Learn to add special effects to your camera feed and use hand gestures to interact with virtual game elements.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 9:30 AM
  • Pick-up time: 4:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Intermediate
  • Grades 3-8
$200
13Jul - 17Jul

Mod Design Studio (2019)

Learn to program by making Minecraft mods on your own private server.
No prior programming experience required.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 9:30 AM
  • Pick-up time: 12:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Intermediate
  • Grades 6-8
$200
20Jul - 24Jul

micro:bit Studio

Introduce your campers to physical computing with micro:bit and Tynker Blocks. The micro:bit is a tiny, microcomputer with programmable LEDs, light, and temperature sensors, physical connection pins, motion sensors, and wireless communication via radio and Bluetooth. Hands-on learning with Tynker’s curriculum engages campers as they see their abstract programs come to life on a tangible physical device.

Using a combination of interactive lessons, concept explanations, videos, puzzles, quizzes, and DIY projects, this course teaches campers to write block coding programs and then deploy the code to the micro:bit wirelessly. Students can use code to program physical buttons, display messages on the micro:bit, animate the LEDs, simulate dice and coin flips, and detect gestures and shakes.

The lesson plans in this course build and reinforce engineering, math, and science skills, while applying programming concepts such as repetition, events, conditional logic, variables, and functions with a physical computing device.

Each lesson is designed for a class period of 45-60 minutes. All student work is automatically tracked and assessed, and you'll be able to monitor individual progress and mastery charts for your campers.

This course is recommended for campers who are just starting to get familiar with block programming. More advanced campers who are familiar with Python may enroll in MicroPython 101 where they use MicroPython, a Python-like text-based programming language to program micro:bit.

This course is supported online as well as on an iPad through the Tynker app.

Recommended Accessories: This course requires micro:bit devices (not included). You may purchase these separately at a variety of resellers or consider buying the classroom pack from Tynker.

Topics Covered: micro:bit command library, variables, deploying code to the micro:bit, types of loops, reading sensor values, conditional logic, programming the LED grid, lists, and arrays.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 1:30 PM
  • Pick-up time: 4:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Intermediate
  • Grades 3-5
$360
27Jul - 31Jul

Python Coding II

A deeper look at Python for intermediate or advanced coders in upper middle or high school. This course is tailored for students who have completed introductory visual programming courses on Tynker and want to advance to text programming in Python. Students will start with simple input-output statements and conditional logic, then progress to using more complex data structures to build algorithms. With hands-on coding practice, students learn to design, build, and debug programs – skills that any programmer needs to solve real-world problems. Students who successfully complete this lesson plan will demonstrate a strong mastery of Python syntax and functionality, as well as the ability to independently solve advanced coding problems.

Topics Covered: Python syntax, variables, data types, math operators, boolean logic, Turtle graphics, branching, while loops, strings, lists, for loops, functions, dictionaries, classes and objects, and recursion.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 9:30 PM
  • Pick-up time: 4:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Advanced
  • Grades 8+
$360
3Aug - 7Aug

Minecraft Modding (2019)

Create your own Minecraft server modifications and minigames while learning fundamental coding concepts. Discover what you can do with code!
No prior programming experience required.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 9:30 PM
  • Pick-up time: 4:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Intermediate
  • Grades 6-8
$200
10Aug - 14Aug

3D Game Design Studio (2019)

Learn to build Minecraft games such as Capture the Flag, Slimeball Soccer, Tower Defense, and more.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 1:30 PM
  • Pick-up time: 4:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Intermediate
  • Grades 6-8
$360
17Aug - 21Aug

Minecraft Modding (2019)

Create your own Minecraft server modifications and minigames while learning fundamental coding concepts. Discover what you can do with code!
No prior programming experience required.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 9:30 PM
  • Pick-up time: 4:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Intermediate
  • Grades 6-8
$360
24Aug - 28Aug

Python Coding II

A deeper look at Python for intermediate or advanced coders in upper middle or high school. This course is tailored for students who have completed introductory visual programming courses on Tynker and want to advance to text programming in Python. Students will start with simple input-output statements and conditional logic, then progress to using more complex data structures to build algorithms. With hands-on coding practice, students learn to design, build, and debug programs – skills that any programmer needs to solve real-world problems. Students who successfully complete this lesson plan will demonstrate a strong mastery of Python syntax and functionality, as well as the ability to independently solve advanced coding problems.

Topics Covered: Python syntax, variables, data types, math operators, boolean logic, Turtle graphics, branching, while loops, strings, lists, for loops, functions, dictionaries, classes and objects, and recursion.

  • Schedule
  • Drop-off time: 9:30 PM
  • Pick-up time: 4:30 PM
  • Recommended level
  • Advanced
  • Grades 8+

Rules for drop-off and pick-up

The start time is 9:30 am and we finish up before 3 pm.

Lego Coding Camp For The Future offers week-long camps where kids learn technology fundamentals in a fun engaging environment. Our camps the learners create their own games, create Minecraft mods and Lego WeDo robots. As well as Computer Science courses like python and javaScript.
Virtual Lego Coding Camp For The Future online, warminster, PA, 19086

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