New Online Summer Science Camp!
Keep kids engaged with science, technology, engineering, and math with the Science Buddies Summer STEM Camp! Add this flexible, convenient, online camp to your summer mix for creative robotics, electronics, and Raspberry Pi fun all summer long!
Get Creative with Summer Science Camp!Participants in the Science Buddies Summer STEM Camp will work on projects from either the BlueBot: 4-in-1 Robotics Kit or the Raspberry Pi Projects Kit—or both!
The BlueBot Kit can be used to build four different robots, and Campers will be challenged to do even more with their BlueBots! The Raspberry Pi Projects Kit has eight activities in which students explore Scratch programming and electronics to make interactive creations. Campers will receive additional challenges and support to move beyond the core activities by the end of Camp.
Camp officially opens June 6, but students can get started at any time during the summer. Science Buddies' flexible Camp program provides weekly activities for students (based on the kit(s) being used), support and encouragement from a team of enthusiastic science experts, additional challenges for eager students, and real-world connections that help students see how the projects they are doing and making relate to STEM in the real world.
Virtual Camp ConvenienceOnce enrolled, campers can log in at any time and as frequently as they want, making it easy to fit Camp in regardless of other summer plans. Camp ends August 5, 2016.
Enroll Today!Find out more (or sign up) in the Science Buddies Store.
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