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  • *FULL DAY* LEGO® Spybots (Gr. 3-7) by ESTEAM Learning Labs (17H)

    For our advancing robot engineers join the elite group of recruits to become a spy-in-training. Agents in training will receive their super-secret mission during each camp and then learn to build and code a robot that will have to move through obstacles to retrieve top-secret documents. They will be challenged to incorporate technology concepts, engineering principles, and programming, while using the LEGO© ® Robotics Construction Kits, Campers will learn how to break or make codes, learn coding, surveillance techniques, critical thinking, and solve logic puzzles. Each camp has new missions! No experience necessary – we teach kids everything they need to know to complete the secret mission. Students who are participating in a full day camp must bring their own nut-free sack lunch, snack, and water bottle. For questions about this specific class, please contact esteamlearninglabs@gmail.com For more information about this company, please visit esteamlearninglabs.com
  • *FULL DAY* Wild and Wacky Walkers Robots Gr. 3-6 by American Robotics Academy

    Wild and Wacky Robot Walkers & Steerable Cars: Learn the basic mechanical properties of “how things work and move” through a total hands-on learning experience. Learn STEM aspects and understand the robotics aspect with each build. Students will work with Lego technic parts that come together to create movable, steerable, and remote-controlled robots. They will engage in a group of four with assigned roles as Instructor, Engineer, Builder, and Cross checker that rotates daily. They are encouraged to work as a team and will explore the use of motors, gears, pulleys, axles, wheels, IR technology and much more. Each build will be followed by a thrilling challenge that illustrates the need for modifications and also the need for “simplicity” and pitfalls of “complexity”. Have FUN racing your car and compete with other teams each day. Students who are participating in a full day camp must bring their own nut-free sack lunch, snack, and water bottle. For questions about this specific class, please contact roboticsacademyaustin@gmail.com For more information about this company, please visit www.roboticsacademy.com
  • Advanced Drone Flying Camp (Gr. 2-6) by Drone Together

    Drone Together is offering a faster and more advanced drone flying camp for any camper who has taken a beginner camp or after school class at RRISD. This camp offers most of the favorite flying activities from the beginner sessions, but brings in many more larger drones with more capabilities. One of the most unique drones we use are the Tello Drones, which are the best educational coding drones on the market. Our teachers use this drone with a DroneBlocks coding program to provide a very unique coding and programming experience for campers. All equipment is provided, so come ready to have fun and take on new challenges in this exciting and fast-paced STEM camp. Prerequisite: Camper must have already completed a beginner camp or after school class at RRISD Enrichment in the last 12 months. For questions about this specific class, please email:joaquin@dronetogether.com For more information about this company, please visit: www.dronetogether.com
  • Animation Games with Scratch (Gr. 3-5) by CodeWizardsHQ *Online Class

    Animations and Games with Scratch is the first course in our elementary school program and is an excellent introduction to programming for younger students. Students will learn powerful programming concepts by using Scratch’s easy-to-use interface. Every lesson is spent creating a game or animation that teaches crucial programming skills, such as utilizing and creating variables, implementing loops, and using conditionals. By the end of the course, students will have the ability to code simple Scratch games and animations and will be well prepared to enter Logic with Scratch, the second course in our elementary school program. For questions about this specific class, please contact kelli@codewizardshq.com For more information about this company, please visit codewizardshq.com
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Roblox Game Design (Gr. 2-5) by Wize Computing Academy

    Welcome to the World of Game Design with Roblox! Get ready for an epic journey young minds unleash their boundless creativity. Our curriculum offers a comprehensive & diverse array of vital game design concepts and abilities. Kids get hands-on experiences in character and avatar design, the construction of breathtaking game worlds, and the wizardry of embedding gameplay mechanics through scripting (coding). They'll also grasp the significance of game testing, feedback gathering, and iterative design to forge unparalleled gaming experiences. This course, we inspire kids to chase their dreams, ignite their entrepreneurial spirits, and continue their journey as rising game design luminaries. For questions about this specific class, please contact venu.arety@wizeacademy.com For more information about this company, please visit www.wizeacademy.com
  • Roblox Summer Coding Camp (Gr. 3-5) by CodeWizardsHQ *Online Camp

    Experience the world of Roblox game creation! Students learn Roblox game development, programming, and design through an exciting project-based curriculum. In one week, they’ll learn to build their own obstacle course using Roblox Studio, a free Roblox game editing software, and Lua coding language. We’ll also touch on fundamental Lua programming concepts to enhance their game design. At the end of camp, students will have a fully developed obstacle course project and the skills to create their own Roblox games. REQUIRED: Students will need to have Roblox Studio installed on their computer/laptop before the first class. 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 www.codewizardshq.com
  • Roblox Summer Coding Camp (Gr. 6-8) by CodeWizardsHQ *Online Camp

    Experience the world of Roblox game creation! Students learn Roblox game development, programming, and design through an exciting project-based curriculum. In one week, they’ll learn to build their own obstacle course using Roblox Studio, a free Roblox game editing software, and Lua coding language. We’ll also touch on fundamental Lua programming concepts to enhance their game design. At the end of camp, students will have a fully developed obstacle course project and the skills to create their own Roblox games. REQUIRED: Students will need to have Roblox Studio installed on their computer/laptop before the first class. 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
  • Scratch: Create Stories and Animations (Gr. 2-5) by Coding with Kids (#8C)

    Game developers are much more than tech experts — they’re also creatives who use code to bring stories to life. If you would like to express your creativity through code, this course is for you. These lessons take students with basic Scratch skills beyond game creation into the magical world of storytelling. Students brainstorm and organize their ideas, use Scratch’s art tools to draw original game assets, and code story projects with many scenes and animations. For questions about this specific class, please contact schools@codingwithkids.com For more information about this company, please visit codingwithkids.com
  • Scratch: Intro to Game Development (Gr. 2-5) by Coding with Kids (#8C)

    Do you love playing games and telling stories? If you do, then this course is perfect for you! Get ready to learn how to code and express your creativity. We'll be using Scratch, a fun drag-and-drop coding tool which lets you create cool games, animations, and interactive stories. In this course, you will build exciting projects like games where characters jump and run on scrolling platforms, stories where you can navigate through a maze, and even multiplayer games to play with your friends! If you're just starting out, we'll begin by learning the basics of coding games. We'll teach you how to make things happen in your games using loops, conditions, and variables. Returning students will move on to more interesting concepts like using special conditions and making functions that can do different tasks. For those who want an extra challenge, we'll explore advanced topics like game physics, working with arrays (a way to store lots of information), and even adding artificial intelligence to your games! So get ready to have a blast! For questions about this specific class, please contact info@codingwithkids.com For more information about this company, please visit codingwithkids.com
  • Summer Coding Camp: Minecraft (Gr. 6-8) by CodeWizardsHQ *Online Camp

    Students take their Minecraft experience to the next level and learn new technical concepts with redstone, an element used for mechanical and electrical programming in Minecraft logic. It’s a fun introduction to coding that will get them excited about programming. In 1-week, they will learn how redstone works and advance to build logic gates, similar to what electrical engineers create. At the end of camp, students will have the knowledge to build their own redstone projects in Minecraft. For questions about this specific class, please contact kelli@codewizardshq.com For more information about this company, please visit www.codewizardshq.com
  • Wild and Wacky Walkers Robots Gr. 3-6 by American Robotics Academy

    Wild and Wacky Robot Walkers & Steerable Cars: Learn the basic mechanical properties of “how things work and move” through a total hands-on learning experience. Learn STEM aspects and understand the robotics aspect with each build. Students will work with Lego technic parts that come together to create movable, steerable, and remote-controlled robots. They will engage in a group of four with assigned roles as Instructor, Engineer, Builder, and Cross checker that rotates daily. They are encouraged to work as a team and will explore the use of motors, gears, pulleys, axles, wheels, IR technology and much more. Each build will be followed by a thrilling challenge that illustrates the need for modifications and also the need for “simplicity” and pitfalls of “complexity”. Have FUN racing your car and compete with other teams each day. For questions about this specific class, please contact roboticsacademyaustin@gmail.com For more information about this company, please visit www.roboticsacademy.com