Code it. Design it. Print it. Make it.
Looking for a fun weekend activity to keep your kids engaged and productive?
Our workshop class provides a free-form environment where students will be able to create to their heart’s content without the obligation of following a set schedule. Each day there are multiple activities planned out where kids can choose what to create and whom to create it with.
Whether drilling away at a project on their own or collaborating with a team, there’s something for every aspiring artist within these weekend walls.
Students from 8 to 12 years old
This free workshop is designed to introduce kids to hardware programming. We will use Micro:Bit (small computers that can be programmed using coding blocks) to program sensors, lights, and make simple games.
Micro:Bit microcontroller, a simple block-based programming language on the Microsoft Make Code website. Through project-based learning, you'll leave with the skills and experience to tackle your own wild ideas at home!
No need to bring computers or micro:bits, everything is provided at school.
PLEASE NOTE: Workshops are the same, please pick one day only when registering.