STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) activities captivate young students. Explore the latest apps like Kodable, ScratchJr, and Osmo Coding and Blue-Bot robots. Through exploration and fun, students are deeply engaged and that engagement leads to learning.
Have an interest? Get passionate about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Explore robotics with EV3 and coding with Scratch. Our STEM programs take place during summer, school vacations and selected Saturdays.
For kids who love Scratch and want to further explore and expand that interest, this is the class. We combine coding, art and community in a welcoming environment where students can get help and advice from instructors, and share their creations with friends. Formerly called Scratch Club.
The Big Shot Camera Kit lets you build your own digital camera, and learn about the parts and how they work to create a photograph. Using your camera, you’ll learn about shot composition and basic design principles to create a portfolio website of your photographs. Students take their camera home.
Learn the fundamentals of 3D printing and design. Tinkercad and other tools makes it fun and easy to design your own 3D creations. Through the magic of 3D printing, designs are turned into a physical objects to take home at the end of the class.
Design and create exciting robots with the cutting-edge LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Program those creations using Scratch, an easy programming language designed for learning. This class is a next step for kids who enjoy building with their hands and their minds.
Hands-on activities like programming robots, circuitry, and 3D printing provide an engaging introduction to Computer Science, and high quality instruction develops a foundation for continued learning. Each lesson touches on a different aspect of computer science, keeping students interested and eager for more.
Designed for students who've taken Intro to Computer Science, CS II focuses on topics ranging from the internet to micro-controllers.
We answer questions that develop a deeper understanding and will quickly grab their interest and continue their learning.
Easy-to-understand coding lessons teaches students the fundamentals of computer programming. New concepts will be introduced weekly, building upon what was learned the previous week. Programming classes are taught at different levels. Check for prerequisites.
Join the world-wide maker movement! Bring creative projects to life with robotics and digital circuitry. This class teaches both hardware and software engineering. Students design, build and program exciting projects in a series of hands-on classes.
You're invited to one of our family workshop events. Parents and kids work together on activities like building robotics projects, exploring a coding activity, or designing for the 3D printer. These workshops are a favorite of our regulars, and also a great way to get introduced to Code & Circuit.