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  • Code & Explore with Finch Robots (Gr. 2-5) by Round Rock ISD Teacher

    Coding with Finch robots is an exhilarating and educational experience that blends technology, creativity, and problem-solving skills. The Finch is a small, programmable robot with a myriad of sensors and actuators, making it a versatile tool for exploring various coding concepts. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced programmer, coding with Finch robots offers a hands-on approach to learning. Using a block-based programming language, you can unleash your imagination and bring the Finch to life. By writing code, you can instruct the Finch to move, make sounds, recognize objects, avoid obstacles, or interact with its environment using its light and touch sensors. This empowers you to create interactive and dynamic projects that engage both your mind and your senses. Moreover, coding with Finch robots fosters a growth mindset by promoting resilience and problem-solving skills. As students encounter obstacles or unexpected results, they learn to analyze, debug, and improve their code. This iterative process not only strengthens kids' programming skills but also cultivates perseverance and adaptability. Coding with Finch robots is an exciting journey that combines creativity, logical thinking, and a deep understanding of technology. It empowers students to become a master of code and robotics, unlocking a universe of endless possibilities. So join us as we embark on your coding adventure that lets kids' imaginations soar. Required Supplies: Bring you RRISD District Chromebook. For questions about this specific class, please email: cristina_cowes@roundrockisd.org
  • Crayola® Artist’s Passport (Gr. 1-6) by Imagine Arts Academy *AFTERNOON CAMP*

    Embark on an around-the-world cultural adventure − explore far-off places and learn about the people who live there, from the Americas to Polynesia, from the cosmopolitan to the countryside. Experiment with Crayola® products, while trying art techniques developed by local artists and artisans. Make different masterpieces each week such as drums, masks, canvases, gift bags, buses, and more! Bring the unique creations home and build a globally-inspired art gallery. For questions about this specific class, please contact info@madscienceaustin.com For more information about this company, please visit imagineartsacademy.com STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE TO BE REGISTERED FOR A MORNING CAMP TO REGISTER THIS AFTERNOON CAMP. STUDENTS WHO ARE PARTICIPATING IN BOTH A MORNING AND AFTERNOON CAMP MUST BRING THEIR OWN NUT-FREE SACK LUNCH, SNACK, AND WATER BOTTLE.
  • Crayola® Wild World (Gr. 1-6) by Imagine Arts Academy *AFTERNOON CAMP*

    Are you ready for an art expedition? Let the wonder and beauty of the animal kingdom inspire your empathy, curiosity, and creativity. Learn about lions, elephants, sharks and more, and find out how wildlife conservationists are working to protect species around the globe. Experiment with a variety of art techniques, and use Crayola® products to create animal-inspired art projects,from frog paintings to polar bear sculptures! Let your creativity run wild, and bring your handiwork home to build a menagerie of animal-themed masterpieces. For questions about this specific class, please contact info@madscienceaustin.com For more information about this company, please visit imagineartsacademy.com STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE TO BE REGISTERED FOR A MORNING CAMP TO REGISTER THIS AFTERNOON CAMP. STUDENTS WHO ARE PARTICIPATING IN BOTH A MORNING AND AFTERNOON CAMP MUST BRING THEIR OWN NUT-FREE SACK LUNCH, SNACK, AND WATER BOTTLE.
  • Crime Scene Analysis (Gr. 1-6) by Planting Seeds (#31A)

    Experience real-life application in Crime Scene Analysis. Become the center of the action as a CSI agent and conduct forensic science experiements. In the labratory get ready to learn how to collect and perform analysis of evidence, record findings, and use critical thinking to find the culprit. Everyone will enjoy our interactive and amazing crime scene reproductions. For questions about this specific class, please contact plantingseedstutoring@gmail.com For more information about this company, please visit plantingseedstutoring.com
  • Cupcake Camp: Design, Tinker & Bake (Gr. 4-6) by Round Rock ISD Teacher

    Welcome to Cupcake Camp: Design, Tinker and Bake, where creativity, engineering and confectionery collide! Join us for a summer adventure filled with hands-on design and baking excitement. In this innovative camp, budding engineers will harness the power of Tinker Cad to dream up their very own cupcake masterpieces. From crafting intricate designs to exploring imaginative flavors, campers will embark on a digital cupcake design journey like never before. In our kitchen, these aspiring dessert maestros won't just be designing on screens – they'll be hands-on, whisking, mixing, and baking their way to cupcake perfection. We will guide these creative minds through the artistry of baking, ensuring that every cupcake creation is a masterpiece, both in design and flavor. For questions about this specific class, please email: Michelle_Silvestry@roundrockisd.org
  • Cupcake Wars! (Gr. 5-8) by Cook Learn Grow

    Have you ever wanted to create your own cupcake flavors and challenge yourself and others to develop the tastiest treat? Well this is the camp for you! Each day, young bakers will be challenged to make different flavored cupcakes and personalize their creations with different ingredients provided. The competition is on! This camp accommodates nut allergies only. Registration will close July14, 2023. For questions about this specific class, please contact info@cooklearngrow.com For more information about this company, please visit cooklearngrow.com
  • Drone Flying Adventures (Gr. 1-5) by Drone Together

    Drone Together is excited to return to Round Rock ISD with our exhilarating and innovative drone flying summer camp. Come have fun spending time in one of the fastest growing spaces in technology - drone flying. All flying abilities are welcome, as we build on basic flying skills to advance to more challenging and exciting opportunities. Some of the opportunities include tricks, team flying challenges, flying adventures, obstacle design and course design. All activities are designed to be collaborative, fun and safe for all students. Come see what all the buzz is about and join us as we zoom, flip and soar our way through an exciting season of learning. For questions about this specific class, please email:joaquin@dronetogether.com For more information about this company, please visit: www.dronetogether.com
  • Engenius Kids: Engineering & STEM (Gr. K-6) by Planting Seeds (#31B)

    Students interested in engineering and STEM-based activities will have a blast in this class! We'll cover concepts including the engineering design process, engineering as a career, and the growth mindset (plus more!) through project-based activities that students of all ages will love. Each class will have its own challenge that students will need to tackle as a group. We'll focus on creating a safe and comfortable learning environment where students will be encouraged to use critical thinking skills to generate new ideas as solutions. Activities include: Marshmallow Structures, Hovercrafts, Catapults For questions about this specific class, please contact plantingseedstutoring@gmail.com For more information about this company, please visit plantingseedstutoring.com
  • Escape Room Adventures (Gr. 2-6) by Brain Chase

    Whether you’re racing through an Egyptian tomb, climbing Mt. Everest, or escaping Houdini’s haunted house, you’re in for a series of collaborative, brainy adventures! Each week, you and your team will work together to find clues, complete physical challenges, and solve mysteries in an immersive race against the clock. Will you beat last week’s time? Can you outpace the other teams on the Leaderboard? Hurry – the clock is ticking! For questions about this specific class, please contact allanstaker@brainchase.com For more information about this company, please visit brainchase.com
  • Escape Room Adventures (Gr. 2-6) by Brain Chase *AFTERNOON CAMP*

    Whether you’re racing through an Egyptian tomb, climbing Mt. Everest, or escaping Houdini’s haunted house, you’re in for a series of hands-on challenges and collaborative, brainy adventures! Each day, you and your crew will tackle a different theme by performing physical challenges, completing crafts and projects, and cracking secret codes to unlock clues for the day's adventure. You'll then be plunged into the escape room puzzle, working as a team to solve the mystery in a fast-paced race against the clock. Will you beat yesterday's time? Can you outpace the other teams on the Leaderboard? Hurry – the clock is ticking! For questions about this specific class, please contact allanstaker@brainchase.com For more information about this company, please visit brainchase.com STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE TO BE REGISTERED FOR A MORNING CAMP TO REGISTER FOR THIS AFTERNOON CAMP. STUDENTS WHO ARE PARTICIPATING IN BOTH A MORNING AND AFTERNOON CAMP MUST BRING THEIR OWN NUT-FREE SACK LUNCH, SNACK, AND WATER BOTTLE.
  • Extreme LEGO® Maker (Gr. 1-5) by ESTEAM Learning Labs (#17C)

    Students will have the opportunity to choose from any of the 5 different STEAM stations that they would like to dive into and learn more about. This self-paced learner driver club has so many options to choose from and will keep your future engineer, programmer, movie maker, and techie engaged for this fun summer camp! The 5 STEAM options include: LEGO® Science: Simple & Amazing Machines; LEGO® Technology: Movie Making; LEGO® Engineering: Robotics & Programming; LEGO® Art: Mosaic, Story Tellers & Maker Space; LEGO® Math: Math Games & Master Builders Create, Design, Build, Learn all with LEGOS®! For questions about this specific class, please contact esteamlearninglabs@gmail.com For more information about this company, please visit esteamlearninglabs.com
  • Fabulous Fantasy Art (Gr. 1-5) by Cordovan Art School

    In this fantasy art camp, you'll join mystical creatures from far away lands as they make their journey through swamps, mountains & forests. Hold your brushes tight as the heroes find out what excitement waits for them. You'll need to sign up for this camp to see which villains try to stop them on their epic quest. For questions about this specific class, please contact nancy@cordovanartschool.com For more information about this company, please visit cordovanartschool.com
  • Farm to Table Cooking Camp (Gr. K-5) by Sticky Fingers Cooking

    Come explore the bounty of summer-fresh, local, colorful ingredients and explore how those foods got from the ground to our plates. Youngs chefs will learn what makes certain ingredients so super for the body and how delicious they can taste, while practicing basic cooking skills and techniques on their way to becoming super chefs! Registration will close July 19, 2024 For questions about this specific class, please contact austintx@stickyfingerscooking.com For more information about this company, please visit stickyfingerscooking.com
  • How Does Your Garden Grow? (Gr. 3-6) by Round Rock ISD Teacher

    Students will learn about the variety of ways to garden. We will learn about plant structures and functions. We will plant seeds, learn how to propagate plants, and become familiar with the plants that are located in our area. REQUIRED SUPPLIES: Personal Garden Gloves labeled with child's name. For questions about this specific class, please email: lg.medina@yahoo.com
  • Improv for a Funnier Summer (Gr. 3-9) by Excused Absence Comedy

    Start your summer with a deep dive into Improv Comedy and share what you've learned on your car trips, airplane rides and hours lounging beside the pool! Improv games are for everyone and create a structured way to collaboratively imagine and connect. Low pressure and fun, this camp focuses on Improv essentials and uses short form games to explore character creation, storybuilding and performance basics. Our goal this week is to send kids home with games that are easy to share with friends and family beyond the context of camp. An optional informal performance takes place at the end of the final day. Appropriate for all experience levels. For questions about this specific class, please contact moveyourtale@gmail.com For more information about this company, please visit moveyourtale.com
  • Intro to Programming with Python (Gr. 6-8) by CodeWizardsHQ *Online Camp

    In the first course of our middle school curriculum, students build a foundation in programming using Python. They’ll learn to work with variables, data types, lists, loops, conditional logic, and functions, all while building a passion for programming through our engaging project-based lessons. The fundamental programming skills they’ll learn in this course are transferrable between programming languages and problem domains. After completing this course, students are ready to tackle the next step in our structured curriculum, Beyond Basics with Python. Student will need a laptop computer that is less than 5-years old and a good internet connection. Our online classroom software works on any operating system and/or browser. For questions about this specific class, please contact kelli@codewizardshq.com For more information about this company, please visit codewizardshq.com
  • Intro to Python (Gr. 9-12) by CodeWizardsHQ *Online Camp

    In Intro to Python, the first course in Wizard Level 1 of our high school program, students are introduced to foundational programming concepts such as functions, conditional statements, variables, data types, looping, and data structures. These are the basics that any programmer must internalize before moving on to more advanced topics. They’ll learn and practice these concepts by building practical apps and games using the core Python language in our custom online programming editor. After completing Intro to Python, students are ready to move on to the next course in our structured curriculum: Fundamentals of Web Development. This course is intended for high-school students with no or minimal structured experience in learning a real-world, text-based programming language. This is an interactive, LIVE class taught by an instructor in real-time (not recorded videos). It is a small group class of 6-12 students with ample opportunity for individual attention and group work. It’s an engaging, effective and convenient way to learn. For questions about this specific class, please contact kelli@codewizardshq.com For more information about this company, please visit codewizardshq.com
  • Java I - APCS Program (Gr. 9-12) by CodeWizardsHQ *Online Camp

    In the introductory course, students will learn the fundamentals of the Java programming language including the structure of a Java program. They will get familiar with programming concepts like variables, data types, methods, control statements, arrays, logical operators etc. It will end with a 2-lesson project involving all material covered in class. For questions about this specific class, please contact kelli@codewizardshq.com For more information about this company, please visit codewizardshq.com
  • Keep Swinging with TGA Pickleball (Gr. 1-5) by TGA of Austin

    TGA pickleball camps provide kids of all ages and abilities the opportunity to play and develop their love of the game. Our dedicated coaching staff and low camper-to-coach ratio allow for individual attention and instruction tailored to each participant’s skill level. In addition to honing their skills and improving their game, campers build friendships and life-long memories. For questions about this specific class, please contact: mtomek@playtga.com For more information about this company, please visit: Playtga.com/Austin
  • Kinder Readiness Camp (for incoming kinder students) by Round Rock ISD Teacher

    Each week your child will learn about a famous children's author. All of the activities will include language arts and math activities. Kindergarten is just around the corner. This camp will allow your child to become accustomed to a typical Kindergarten day with a variety of learning activities. We will practice basic skills such as using scissors, writing their name, and building basic fine motor skills that your child needs throughout the typical Kinder day. Your child will experience hands on learning with letters, sounds, reading, writing, and math skills. Your child will also experience how the world around us can help grow our mindset. Come join the fun and let's get ready for Kindergarten. Student must be 5 yrs old by Sept. 1, 2024
  • Little Coders: Intro to Coding (Gr. K-2) by Coding with Kids (#8A)

    Get them started early! Our Little Coders class offers young children the perfect opportunity to develop their computational thinking skills, create their first programs, and have a blast with their friends! Our curriculum is tailored specifically for early readers and takes into consideration their cognitive abilities and attention span, typically found in children aged 5-7. We utilize age-appropriate online tools, including Lightbot, Kodable, and Scratch, to introduce fundamental coding skills. Beginner students learn essential coding concepts such as Loops and Conditions. Through practice, they apply these concepts to build simple projects, including games, stories, and even animated characters. Returning and experienced students encounter new challenges that will allow them to push their coding knowledge to the next level. Prerequisites: Basic reading helpful but not required Can handle mouse and keyboard comfortably For questions about this specific class, please contact info@codingwithkids.com For more information about this company, please visit codingwithkids.com
  • Movement Summer Dance Camp (Gr. K-8) by RiseUp Stars

    
Get ready to move and groove! In this interactive movement and dance class, students will experience different styles of creative movement and dance (ie. hip hop, creative movement, rhythm-based movement, and more). Students learn to do more than just follow. They’ll learn how to express themselves through movement. 
Dance uplifts, unites, and empowers children. It also provides children with an opportunity to express their individuality while working on gross motor skills and developing cognitive and social skills. The teacher will guide participants through a choreographed routine and provide them with the tools to individualize the movements. For questions about this specific class, please contact polina@risingstarsprograms.com For more information about this company, please visit risingstarsprograms.com
  • Multi Sport Clinic (Gr. K-5) by Skyhawks Sports Academy

    Multi-sport camps are designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. Athletes will learn the rules and essential skills of each sport, along with vital life lessons such as respect and teamwork. Participants can expect skill-based instruction, scrimmages and fun camp games. For questions about this specific class, please contact: austin@skyhawks.com For more information about this company, please visit www.skyhawks.com
  • Nerdy Action Camp (Gr. 1-6) by Nerdy Cooks

    Let's have fun in and out of our test kitchen this summer! Engage in indoor experiments like making ice cream and edible bubbles, outdoor activities like building rockets and baking in solar ovens, and a whole water experiment (and getting wet) day! For questions about this specific class, please contact jessi@nerdycooks.org For more information about this company, please visit NerdyCooks.org