Kids aged 5–14 build motor-powered robots and design remote-controlled LEGO projects during summer tech and robotics camps
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- Available camps:
- Time Travelers (ages 5–7): Campers utilize LEGO sets to create motorized projects as they explore different time periods—both past and future—with each project focusing on a different STEM skill.
- Smart Builders—Cool Coders (ages 5–7): Kids build their own LEGO projects incorporating special elements, including infrared receivers, motors, and gears, then use remote-controls to guide their creations through fun problem-solving challenges.
- Mario and Friends! Robotics and Game Coding (ages 8–10): This camp offers hands-on experience with building, coding, and robotics; campers build a motorized, programable robot based on various Nintendo or Pokemon characters, then they design their own arcade-style computer games that teach fundamentals of coding.
- Getting Started with Java Programming (ages 11–14): Students learn the fundamentals of Java programming as they write code to create two fun graphical games—a space game and an arcade-style survival/endurance game.
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About TechKnowHow Seattle
TechKnowHow Seattle's name implies that its instructors have plenty of tech knowledge, but they also know a thing or two about engaging future engineers and filmmakers. The tech educator sparks kids' imaginations and interest in STEM fields with its selection of summer camps and afterschool enrichment programs. During these sessions, children build Lego Mindstorm robots and remote-controlled vehicles and use iPads to film their own stop-motion movies.