Explorers: Ages 6-8
Explorers: Ages 6-8
Explorers: Enchanting Inventions
Understanding of basic coding concepts: Introduce the fundamentals of coding, such as sequence, loops, and conditionals, through fun and interactive activities.
Knowledge of robotics components: Teach students about the different parts of a robot, including sensors, motors, and controllers, and how they work together to make a robot move and perform tasks.
Creativity and problem-solving: Encourage students to use their imagination and creativity to design and build their own robots, and challenge them to find solutions to problems that arise during the building process.
Teamwork and communication: Foster teamwork and collaboration skills by encouraging students to work in pairs or small groups to design and build their robots, and to communicate with each other effectively to achieve their goals.
Understanding of real-world applications: Introduce students to real-world applications of robotics, such as manufacturing, space exploration, and healthcare, and encourage them to think about how robots can be used to solve problems in their own lives and communities.
Information for parents
Whether your child is completely new to coding and robotics, or has completed a BlueShift camp or course before, this course is perfect for them! Bringing a laptop is recommended if possible as students learn more effectively with a device that they are familiar with.
First off we'll get to know our teacher and classmates through some great mini games. Once we're all friends, we'll be introduced to our activity for the day. Let's jump in to coding!
Now that we've had a healthy snack, we're ready to get right back into our activity. We'll carry on flexing our creative muscles by designing, coding and building our project.
Let's refocus after lunch and playtime by diving into building our robots!
It's time to finish off our project for the day and show it off to the rest of the class. Time has flown by - lets tidy up our work stations, pack up our things and get ready to go home!
My favourite part was designing my own dinosaur!
Student, aged 7
Campers should not be brought to camp if they are displaying signs of illness. In the case of a camper who has become ill during camp hours, parents will be notified immediately to pick their child up. If a child misses a day or multiple days of camp because of an illness, credit towards another camp can be arranged for when they're feeling better.
You can cancel your camp booking up to 14 days prior to the start date. If you want to cancel your camp booking less than 14 days before, you can receive 50% refund or full credit towards future courses when cancelling between 13-7 days before, or full credit when cancelling less than 7 days before. If we are unable to run our camps, you will receive credit or a full refund. If you cancel for any reason you may be liable to pay the difference if our prices increase.
(Please note credit is only valid for 1 calendar year.)
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"Thank you BlueShift for doing such a great job. My son is so excited about coding and learning made fun."
"These courses are an amazing way to get kids interested in coding and robotics. Fun and educational"
"My son was very keen to advance in programming. Not only has this been achieved, but his self-esteem has been greatly raised through your work. Thank you!"
"The teachers have been excellent, full of enthusiasm and patience making the whole experience really fun"