Introducing a High-Tech Summer Camp from Junior Coders

Author : Guest Blogger
Date : June 9, 2017

In some families, summer camp has become a tradition, and there are some fairly good reasons for this. But there are only so many times you can make the journey out to Lake Unpronounceable before it starts to feel like you’re doing the same old thing, with the same people, year after year.

Maybe it’s time for a change. Which is why you might consider a completely different kind of summer camp.

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It doesn’t take place deep in the woods.  It doesn’t involve scary stories around the camp fire or blackened marshmallows on sticks.  Actually this summer camp is held in Brampton, Ontario, just a few blocks north of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. And that’s not the only way it’s different.

This summer camp from Junior Coders is all about teaching kids to do amazing things with technology. There is a range of activities to choose from, including:

 

  • Scratch Programming,
  • Robotics,
  • Video Editing, and
  • Graphic Design

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Every one of these activities is fun and teaches valuable skills that may pave the way to a future career working with exciting technology. Kids don’t need any previous experience or skills in using computers or robots to participate, and everything needed for participation is provided.

If you’ve been looking for a new summer camp experience, they don’t come any more different than the summer camp offerings from Junior Coders.

While it can’t be said there’s no value in learning campfire songs or making handicrafts, it really doesn’t compare to building a robot or creating a digital masterpiece.

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It’s an awesome opportunity to express your creativity to the max, learning amazing skills in a cool high-tech environment.

To find out more information about these innovative summer camp programs, visit the Junior Coders summer camp page or call 416 613 1278.

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