Great price! Definitely will be returning back. My daughter really enjoyed the class. We bought the kit at a discounted price (they are used/ not brand new ). Since it has been used over the years, the pieces are falling out. Will be emailing the company about the kit.
My kid loved it! He was excited to go everyday and had tons of fun building stuff. My only complaint is that the counsellors changed midweek. My son much preferred the high energy guys at the beginning of the week rather than the quiet girls at the end.
Camp schedule:One-day camp: Monday-Wednesday at 9:00–11:30 a.m. Two-day camp: Thursday-Friday at 9:00–11:30 a.m.
Reservation deadline: July 12th for In-person camps: July 19
Build a Robot or Structure a day
Promotional value expires Aug 30, 2021. Amount paid never expires.Reservation required. Camp times are 9:00–11:30 a.m. or 12:30–3:00 p.m. (CST). A one-day trial available Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday Morning (a.m. or p.m.). A two-day trial available Thursday and Friday Morning (a.m. or p.m.). A full week Virtual AM and PM Model. Customers need to sign COVID AND WAIVER AGREEMENT PLUS BRING IT TO CAMP. If you make a reservation through Groupon, you may cancel or change your reservation up to 4 hours before its start time. Otherwise, vouchers booked through Groupon will be redeemed and the deal’s promotional value and amount paid will expire. Redeemed vouchers may not be refunded or rescheduled - this also applies to no-shows. Your name and email address will be shared with this merchant to facilitate your reservation.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About STEAM Science and Robotics Partners
STEAM Science and Robotics Partners Inc makes a point to distinguish itself from STEM. That's because, aside from science, technology, engineering, and math, the company's day camps work in a touch of art: the point isn't just to solve problems, but also to get creative. During sessions, children build imaginative projects such as moving artworks, individually controlled robots using carefully placed motors, circuits, and infrared sensors, or aerodynamic quadcopter drones. The end result is a dynamic creation—flowers that rustle in the wind, perhaps, or butterflies that tap dance—which children can enter into an art display or a racing, dancing, or battle-bot challenge.