Give Enrichment : Virtual Science Camp for Kids
This summer is going to present unique challenges for parents and kids. Give your child(ren), ages 6-12, the gift of fun and education with our Virtual Science Camp, accessible from the comfort and safety of home. While there’s nothing quite like a good-old sleep away camp we’ve come up with a great option for the kids in your life who like to dig in, build, create, learn and experiment with our virtual science camp. This camp is available to families living in South Georgian Bay.
Children 6-8 will participate in 1 hour a day in the morning; children age 9-12 will participate in 2 hours a day – morning and afternoon sessions available. Camp program runs for 5 days.
Enjoy learning and engaging from the comfort and safety of your own home with guided instruction by an online camp leader.
Participants will receive a kit of materials needed to participate in the virtual camp, delivered to their front door.
Coding & Science Exploration Kit
PROGRAMMING & CODING FOR KIDS
Virtual campers will learn the basics of the same advanced coding languages and tools that power Google, and powerful artificial intelligence. This program is fun and educational and gives young ones a taste of skills that will serve them in the future.
Build your own Computer
Update: Program Filled
Virtual campers will earn what is behind the screen. This educational, DIY experience ranges from building a wooden case, to connecting the hardware of a real working computer.
VISUAL PROBLEM SOLVING
Virtual campers will learn what is behind the screen. This educational, DIY experience ranges from building a wooden case, to connecting the hardware of a real working computer.
Complete the form below to be entered to receive access to our virtual summer camp!
Note: this program is available to residents of South Georgian Bay
Thank you to our generous sponsors
Through CANCODE the Canadian Government has invested $50 million dollars to support initiatives providing educational opportunities for coding and digital literacy to Canadian youth from kindergarten to grade 12.