CLOUD 9 ROBOTICS CAMPS & SPECIAL PROGRAMS

We run Summer and Holiday Camps and Special Programs throughout the year.

Check below for upcoming Camps and Events schedules and details. 

Parents can register for single day or full week camps. 

We offer monthly enrollments in summer camps. For details and pricing please call #713.340.3220


WEEK OF: October 7th 2019

October 11th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
1 Morning
Ages: 8+
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 7th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 Robotics. Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)
October 11th 2019
ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
1 Morning
Ages: 4-7
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 7th 2019 (1 Morning)

Robotics. WeDo Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)
October 11th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.
1 Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.
October 7th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)
October 11th 2019
ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.
1 Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.
October 7th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

WeDo - kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: October 14th 2019

October 14th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.
1 Morning
Ages: 8+
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.
October 14th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)
October 14th 2019
ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.
1 Morning
Ages: 4-7
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.
October 14th 2019 (1 Morning)

WeDo - kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)
October 14th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
1 Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 14th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 Robotics. Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)
October 14th 2019
ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
1 Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 14th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

Robotics. WeDo Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: November 25th 2019

November 25th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 Coraline Gravy Train
3 Morning
Ages: 8+
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Coraline Gravy Train

ROBOTICS: EV3 Coraline Gravy Train
November 25th 2019 (3 Morning)

EV3 students will make a train, make a scissor lift, tilting the scissor lift.

$150 per Session (full week)
November 25th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 Gobbling Turkey
3 Morning
Ages: 8+
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Gobbling Turkey

ROBOTICS: EV3 Gobbling Turkey
November 25th 2019 (3 Morning)

EV3 students will make a turkey robot and program it to walk.

$150 per Session (full week)
November 25th 2019
ROBOTICS: WeDo Coraline Gravy Train
3 Morning
Ages: 4-7
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ROBOTICS: WeDo Coraline Gravy Train

ROBOTICS: WeDo Coraline Gravy Train
November 25th 2019 (3 Morning)

WeDo students will make a train, make a scissor lift, tilting the scissor lift.

$150 per Session (full week)
November 25th 2019
ROBOTICS: WeDo Gobbling Turkey
3 Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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ROBOTICS: WeDo Gobbling Turkey

ROBOTICS: WeDo Gobbling Turkey
November 25th 2019 (3 Afternoon)

WeDo students will make a turkey robot and program it to walk.

$150 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: December 30th 2019

December 30th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop
1 Morning
Ages: 7-18
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop
December 30th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 students will make a New York ball drop

$40 per Session (full week)
December 31st 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop
1 Morning
Ages: 7-18
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop
December 30th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 students will make a New York ball drop

$40 per Session (full week)
December 30th 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot
1 Afternoon
Ages: 7-18
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot
December 30th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 students will create a robotic confetti sling shot

$40 per Session (full week)
December 31st 2019
ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot
1 Afternoon
Ages: 7-18
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot
December 30th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 students will create a robotic confetti sling shot

$40 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: March 9th 2020

March 9th 2020
March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the sea
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the sea

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the sea
March 9th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
March 9th 2020
March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape from Atlantis
Morning
Ages: 8+
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March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape from Atlantis

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape from Atlantis
March 9th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
March 9th 2020
March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ships of the sea
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ships of the sea

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ships of the sea
March 9th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
March 9th 2020
March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Explore the seven seas
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Explore the seven seas

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Explore the seven seas
March 9th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: April 6th 2020

April 6th 2020
April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Run
1 Morning
Ages: 8+
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April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Run

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Run
April 6th 2020 (1 Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 6th 2020
April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Alligators
1 Morning
Ages: 4-7
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April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Alligators

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Alligators
April 6th 2020 (1 Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 6th 2020
April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Beat the clock
1 Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Beat the clock

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Beat the clock
April 6th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 6th 2020
April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Dinosaurs
1 Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Dinosaurs

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Dinosaurs
April 6th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: April 13th 2020

April 13th 2020
April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 -Jungle Escort
1 Morning
Ages: 8+
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April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 -Jungle Escort

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 -Jungle Escort
April 13th 2020 (1 Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 13th 2020
April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the Rain Forest
1 Morning
Ages: 4-7
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April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the Rain Forest

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the Rain Forest
April 13th 2020 (1 Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 13th 2020
April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle rescue
1 Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle rescue

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle rescue
April 13th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 13th 2020
April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the rainforest
1 Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the rainforest

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the rainforest
April 13th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: April 20th 2020

April 20th 2020
April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - The Angry Bull
1 Morning
Ages: 4-7
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April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - The Angry Bull

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - The Angry Bull
April 20th 2020 (1 Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 20th 2020
April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Maze Run
1 Morning
Ages: 8+
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April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Maze Run

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Maze Run
April 20th 2020 (1 Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 20th 2020
April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hungry Hippos
1 Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hungry Hippos

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hungry Hippos
April 20th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)
April 20th 2020
April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color sorter
1 Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color sorter

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color sorter
April 20th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: May 25th 2020

May 25th 2020
May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Bridge Builder
Morning
Ages: 8+
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Bridge Builder

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Bridge Builder
May 25th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
May 25th 2020
May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Airplanes
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Airplanes

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Airplanes
May 25th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
May 25th 2020
May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Train Conductor
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Train Conductor

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Train Conductor
May 25th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
May 25th 2020
May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Race Cars
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Race Cars

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Race Cars
May 25th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: June 1st 2020

June 1st 2020
June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to Hogwarts
Morning
Ages: 8+
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to Hogwarts

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to Hogwarts
June 1st 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 1st 2020
June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Beasts
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Beasts

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Beasts
June 1st 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 1st 2020
June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Womping Willow
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Womping Willow

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Womping Willow
June 1st 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 1st 2020
June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hogwarts Express
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hogwarts Express

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hogwarts Express
June 1st 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: June 8th 2020

June 8th 2020
June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Enchanted world
Morning
Ages: 8+
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Enchanted world

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Enchanted world
June 8th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 8th 2020
June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Fairies of the Enchanted world
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Fairies of the Enchanted world

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Fairies of the Enchanted world
June 8th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 8th 2020
June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Hunter
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Hunter

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Hunter
June 8th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 8th 2020
June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the Enchanted World
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the Enchanted World

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the Enchanted World
June 8th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: June 15th 2020

June 15th 2020
June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Pokemon Catcher
Morning
Ages: 8+
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Pokemon Catcher

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Pokemon Catcher
June 15th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 15th 2020
June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Pokemon Creator
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Pokemon Creator

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Pokemon Creator
June 15th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 15th 2020
June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to sunshine city
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to sunshine city

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to sunshine city
June 15th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 15th 2020
June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ultimate Pokeball
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ultimate Pokeball

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ultimate Pokeball
June 15th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: June 22nd 2020

June 22nd 2020
June 22-26: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Fire Room Escape
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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June 22-26: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Fire Room Escape

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Fire Room Escape
June 22nd 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 22nd 2020
June 22-26: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines made easy
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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June 22-26: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines made easy

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines made easy
June 22nd 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: June 29th 2020

June 29th 2020
June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!
Morning
Ages: 8+
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June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!
June 29th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 29th 2020
June 29-July3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - World of Minecraft
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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June 29-July3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - World of Minecraft

June 29-July3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - World of Minecraft
June 29th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 29th 2020
June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Tame your horse!
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Tame your horse!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Tame your horse!
June 29th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 29th 2020
June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!
June 29th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: July 6th 2020

July 6th 2020
July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Monster Tamer
Morning
Ages: 8+
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Monster Tamer

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Monster Tamer
July 6th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 6th 2020
July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Olafs Sleigh
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Olafs Sleigh

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Olafs Sleigh
July 6th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 6th 2020
July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Enchanted Creatures Defender
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Enchanted Creatures Defender

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Enchanted Creatures Defender
July 6th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 6th 2020
July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Sven s Adventure
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Sven s Adventure

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Sven s Adventure
July 6th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: July 13th 2020

July 13th 2020
July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color Racer
Morning
Ages: 8+
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color Racer

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color Racer
July 13th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 13th 2020
July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine construction
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine construction

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine construction
July 13th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 13th 2020
July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Explorer
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Explorer

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Explorer
July 13th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 13th 2020
July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Engine Construction
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Engine Construction

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Engine Construction
July 13th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: July 20th 2020

July 20th 2020
July 20-24: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Knights Steed
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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July 20-24: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Knights Steed

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Knights Steed
July 20th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 20th 2020
July 20-24: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Machines
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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July 20-24: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Machines

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Machines
July 20th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: July 27th 2020

July 27th 2020
July 27-31: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Gauntlets of Power
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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July 27-31: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Gauntlets of Power

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Gauntlets of Power
July 27th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
July 27th 2020
July 27-31: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Gadgets
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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July 27-31: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Gadgets

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Gadgets
July 27th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: August 3rd 2020

August 3rd 2020
August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Destroy the Rebels!
Morning
Ages: 8+
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Destroy the Rebels!

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Destroy the Rebels!
August 3rd 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 3rd 2020
August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines of the 501 st
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines of the 501 st

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines of the 501 st
August 3rd 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 3rd 2020
August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Death Star
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Death Star

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Death Star
August 3rd 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 3rd 2020
August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine Innovations
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine Innovations

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine Innovations
August 3rd 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: August 10th 2020

August 10th 2020
August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Pioneer
Morning
Ages: 8+
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Pioneer

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Pioneer
August 10th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 10th 2020
August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - MOSAIC CONSTRUCTOR
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - MOSAIC CONSTRUCTOR

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - MOSAIC CONSTRUCTOR
August 10th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 10th 2020
August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Mars Rover
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Mars Rover

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Mars Rover
August 10th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 10th 2020
August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Art with machines
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Art with machines

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Art with machines
August 10th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

WEEK OF: August 17th 2020

August 17th 2020
August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Explorer
Morning
Ages: 8+
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August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Explorer

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Explorer
August 17th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 17th 2020
AUGUST 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the Rainforest
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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AUGUST 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the Rainforest

AUGUST 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the Rainforest
August 17th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Wednesday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $150.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 24th 2020
August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3
Morning
Ages: 8+
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3
August 17th 2020 (Morning)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)
August 24th 2020
August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo
Morning
Ages: 4-7
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo
August 17th 2020 (Morning)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)
August 17th 2020
August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Defender
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Defender

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Defender
August 17th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Wednesday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $150.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 17th 2020
August 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the rainforest
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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August 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the rainforest

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the rainforest
August 17th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Wednesday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $150.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
August 24th 2020
August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3
Afternoon
Ages: 8+
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3
August 17th 2020 (Afternoon)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)
August 24th 2020
August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo
Afternoon
Ages: 4-7
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo
August 17th 2020 (Afternoon)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle rescue

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle rescue | 8+ | 1 Afternoon
2020-04-13
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April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle rescue

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle rescue
April 13th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 -Jungle Escort

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 -Jungle Escort | 8+ | 1 Morning
2020-04-13
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April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 -Jungle Escort

April 13: ROBOTICS - EV3 -Jungle Escort
April 13th 2020 (1 Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the rainforest

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the rainforest | 4-7 | 1 Afternoon
2020-04-13
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April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the rainforest

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the rainforest
April 13th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the Rain Forest

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the Rain Forest | 4-7 | 1 Morning
2020-04-13
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April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the Rain Forest

April 13: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the Rain Forest
April 13th 2020 (1 Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hungry Hippos

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hungry Hippos | 4-7 | 1 Afternoon
2020-04-20
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April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hungry Hippos

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hungry Hippos
April 20th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - The Angry Bull

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - The Angry Bull | 4-7 | 1 Morning
2020-04-20
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April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - The Angry Bull

April 20 - ROBOTICS - WEDO - The Angry Bull
April 20th 2020 (1 Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color sorter

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color sorter | 8+ | 1 Afternoon
2020-04-20
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April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color sorter

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color sorter
April 20th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Maze Run

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Maze Run | 8+ | 1 Morning
2020-04-20
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April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Maze Run

April 20: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Maze Run
April 20th 2020 (1 Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Beat the clock

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Beat the clock | 8+ | 1 Afternoon
2020-04-06
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April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Beat the clock

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Beat the clock
April 6th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Run

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Run | 8+ | 1 Morning
2020-04-06
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April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Run

April 6: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Run
April 6th 2020 (1 Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Alligators

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Alligators | 4-7 | 1 Morning
2020-04-06
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April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Alligators

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Alligators
April 6th 2020 (1 Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Dinosaurs

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Dinosaurs | 4-7 | 1 Afternoon
2020-04-06
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April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Dinosaurs

April 6: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Dinosaurs
April 6th 2020 (1 Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run on Monday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $50.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$40 per Session (full week)

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Mars Rover

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Mars Rover | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-08-10
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Mars Rover

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Mars Rover
August 10th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Pioneer

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Pioneer | 8+ | Morning
2020-08-10
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Pioneer

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Pioneer
August 10th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Art with machines

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Art with machines | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-08-10
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Art with machines

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Art with machines
August 10th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - MOSAIC CONSTRUCTOR

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - MOSAIC CONSTRUCTOR | 4-7 | Morning
2020-08-10
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August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - MOSAIC CONSTRUCTOR

August 10-14: ROBOTICS - WEDO - MOSAIC CONSTRUCTOR
August 10th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Defender

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Defender | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-08-17
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August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Defender

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Defender
August 17th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Wednesday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $150.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Explorer

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Explorer | 8+ | Morning
2020-08-17
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August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Explorer

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Jungle Explorer
August 17th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

AUGUST 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the Rainforest

AUGUST 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the Rainforest | 4-7 | Morning
2020-08-17
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AUGUST 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the Rainforest

AUGUST 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Animals of the Rainforest
August 17th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Wednesday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $150.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the rainforest

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the rainforest | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-08-17
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August 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the rainforest

August 17-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Birds of the rainforest
August 17th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Wednesday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $150.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3 | 8+ | Morning
2020-08-24
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3
August 24th 2020 (Morning)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)
August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3 | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-08-24
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - EV3
August 24th 2020 (Afternoon)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo | 4-7 | Morning
2020-08-24
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo
August 24th 2020 (Morning)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)
August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-08-24
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August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo

August 24-28: Toy Story -Robotics - WeDo
August 24th 2020 (Afternoon)

All projects and challenges will be inspired by the Toy story series. Camp time is: Morning 8:30am - 11:30am Afternoon 1:00-4:00pm Fullday 8:30am - 4:00pm Mid morning and mid afternoon snack, with a juice box is provided onsite. Students additionally are given bottled water. You can send your child with a bottle of water if you so wish. The cost for this week is $180/student/week. For individual days please email us at info@pearlandmonart.com

$180 per Session (full week)

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Destroy the Rebels!

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Destroy the Rebels! | 8+ | Morning
2020-08-03
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Destroy the Rebels!

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Destroy the Rebels!
August 3rd 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Death Star

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Death Star | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-08-03
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Death Star

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Death Star
August 3rd 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine Innovations

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine Innovations | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-08-03
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine Innovations

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine Innovations
August 3rd 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines of the 501 st

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines of the 501 st | 4-7 | Morning
2020-08-03
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August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines of the 501 st

August 3-7: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines of the 501 st
August 3rd 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color Racer

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color Racer | 8+ | Morning
2020-07-13
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color Racer

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Color Racer
July 13th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Explorer

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Explorer | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-07-13
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Explorer

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Space Explorer
July 13th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Engine Construction

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Engine Construction | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-07-13
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Engine Construction

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Engine Construction
July 13th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine construction

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine construction | 4-7 | Morning
2020-07-13
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July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine construction

July 13-17: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machine construction
July 13th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Knights Steed

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Knights Steed | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-07-20
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July 20-24: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Knights Steed

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Knights Steed
July 20th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Machines

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Machines | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-07-20
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July 20-24: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Machines

July 20-24: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Machines
July 20th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Gauntlets of Power

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Gauntlets of Power | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-07-27
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July 27-31: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Gauntlets of Power

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Gauntlets of Power
July 27th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Gadgets

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Gadgets | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-07-27
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July 27-31: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Gadgets

July 27-31: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Gadgets
July 27th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Enchanted Creatures Defender

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Enchanted Creatures Defender | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-07-06
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Enchanted Creatures Defender

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Enchanted Creatures Defender
July 6th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Monster Tamer

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Monster Tamer | 8+ | Morning
2020-07-06
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Monster Tamer

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Monster Tamer
July 6th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Olafs Sleigh

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Olafs Sleigh | 4-7 | Morning
2020-07-06
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Olafs Sleigh

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Olafs Sleigh
July 6th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Sven s Adventure

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Sven s Adventure | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-07-06
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July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Sven s Adventure

July 6-10: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Sven s Adventure
July 6th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Womping Willow

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Womping Willow | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-06-01
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Womping Willow

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Womping Willow
June 1st 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to Hogwarts

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to Hogwarts | 8+ | Morning
2020-06-01
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to Hogwarts

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to Hogwarts
June 1st 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hogwarts Express

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hogwarts Express | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-06-01
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hogwarts Express

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Hogwarts Express
June 1st 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Beasts

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Beasts | 4-7 | Morning
2020-06-01
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June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Beasts

June 1-5: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Magical Beasts
June 1st 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Pokemon Catcher

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Pokemon Catcher | 8+ | Morning
2020-06-15
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Pokemon Catcher

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Pokemon Catcher
June 15th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to sunshine city

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to sunshine city | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-06-15
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to sunshine city

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Race to sunshine city
June 15th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Pokemon Creator

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Pokemon Creator | 4-7 | Morning
2020-06-15
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Pokemon Creator

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Pokemon Creator
June 15th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ultimate Pokeball

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ultimate Pokeball | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-06-15
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June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ultimate Pokeball

June 15-19: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ultimate Pokeball
June 15th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Fire Room Escape

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Fire Room Escape | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-06-22
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June 22-26: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Fire Room Escape

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Fire Room Escape
June 22nd 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines made easy

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines made easy | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-06-22
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June 22-26: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines made easy

June 22-26: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Machines made easy
June 22nd 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Tame your horse!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Tame your horse! | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-06-29
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June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Tame your horse!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Tame your horse!
June 29th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts! | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-06-29
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June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!
June 29th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)
June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts! | 8+ | Morning
2020-06-29
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June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!

June 29-July 3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Super Karts!
June 29th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 29-July3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - World of Minecraft

June 29-July3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - World of Minecraft | 4-7 | Morning
2020-06-29
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June 29-July3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - World of Minecraft

June 29-July3: ROBOTICS - WEDO - World of Minecraft
June 29th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Enchanted world

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Enchanted world | 8+ | Morning
2020-06-08
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Enchanted world

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape the Enchanted world
June 8th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Hunter

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Hunter | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-06-08
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Hunter

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Treasure Hunter
June 8th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Fairies of the Enchanted world

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Fairies of the Enchanted world | 4-7 | Morning
2020-06-08
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Fairies of the Enchanted world

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Fairies of the Enchanted world
June 8th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the Enchanted World

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the Enchanted World | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-06-08
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June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the Enchanted World

June 8-12: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the Enchanted World
June 8th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the sea

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the sea | 4-7 | Morning
2020-03-09
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March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the sea

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Monsters of the sea
March 9th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ships of the sea

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ships of the sea | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-03-09
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March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ships of the sea

March 9-13: Art-ROBOTICS - WEDO - Ships of the sea
March 9th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape from Atlantis

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape from Atlantis | 8+ | Morning
2020-03-09
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March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape from Atlantis

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Escape from Atlantis
March 9th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Explore the seven seas

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Explore the seven seas | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-03-09
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March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Explore the seven seas

March 9-13: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Explore the seven seas
March 9th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Bridge Builder

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Bridge Builder | 8+ | Morning
2020-05-25
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Bridge Builder

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Bridge Builder
May 25th 2020 (Morning)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Train Conductor

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Train Conductor | 8+ | Afternoon
2020-05-25
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Train Conductor

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - EV3 - Train Conductor
May 25th 2020 (Afternoon)

The EV3 Mindstorm camps cater to ages 8+ years.Students will design and build robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system, and use the easy and intuitive EV3 visual programming interface to get your introduction to programming. They will learn to incorporate motors, sensors, and the LEGO EV3 brick to build and design robots that can walk, talk, think, and do anything you can imagine. Using the EV3 programming platform, you will program your robot to navigate multiple challenges to complete tasks. You will also use extra EV3 sensors to enhance your robotics adventures.  Camps have a 1:8 ratio.  A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart.  Morning and afternoon projects are different.  This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material.Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Airplanes

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Airplanes | 4-7 | Morning
2020-05-25
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Airplanes

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Airplanes
May 25th 2020 (Morning)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-morning snacks are served by Monart. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Morning Camp Time: 8:30am -11:30am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Race Cars

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Race Cars | 4-7 | Afternoon
2020-05-25
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May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Race Cars

May 25-29: ROBOTICS - WEDO - Race Cars
May 25th 2020 (Afternoon)

Wedo camps target children from 4-7 years of age. They are always challenged and have lots of fun. With the challenges of the week they engineer a structures and program them to solve real world problems. Camps have a 1:8 ratio. A robotics camp combines fun with the opportunity for students to build and engineer robots that would complete the challenge at set for the week. Students learn block coding as well as visual coding, and machine learning. Why attend a robotics camp? Everything from cars and smartphones to thermostats and gaming consoles are tied to robotics and mechanical engineering. Whether you dream of becoming a Hardware Designer at Apple or an Aerospace Technician at NASA, robotics camp teaches the skills required to make it a reality. Mid-afternoon snacks are served by Monart. Morning and afternoon projects are different. This camp will run from Monday to Friday. Projects are age appropriate. Tuition covers the cost of all material. Afternoon Time: 1:00am -4:00am. Cost is $210.00/ student. For individual day options please contact main office #713.340.3220

$180 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves. | 8+ | 1 Afternoon
2019-10-11
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.
October 11th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)
ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves. | 8+ | 1 Morning
2019-10-14
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: EV3 Autumn falling leaves.
October 11th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: EV3 Coraline Gravy Train

ROBOTICS: EV3 Coraline Gravy Train | 8+ | 3 Morning
2019-11-25
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Coraline Gravy Train

ROBOTICS: EV3 Coraline Gravy Train
November 25th 2019 (3 Morning)

EV3 students will make a train, make a scissor lift, tilting the scissor lift.

$150 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: EV3 Gobbling Turkey

ROBOTICS: EV3 Gobbling Turkey | 8+ | 3 Morning
2019-11-25
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Gobbling Turkey

ROBOTICS: EV3 Gobbling Turkey
November 25th 2019 (3 Morning)

EV3 students will make a turkey robot and program it to walk.

$150 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern | 8+ | 1 Morning
2019-10-11
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 11th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 Robotics. Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)
ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern | 8+ | 1 Afternoon
2019-10-14
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ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: EV3 Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 11th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 Robotics. Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop | 7-18 | 1 Morning
2019-12-30
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop
December 30th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 students will make a New York ball drop

$40 per Session (full week)
ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop | 7-18 | 1 Morning
2019-12-31
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Ball Drop
December 30th 2019 (1 Morning)

EV3 students will make a New York ball drop

$40 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot | 7-18 | 1 Afternoon
2019-12-30
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot
December 30th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 students will create a robotic confetti sling shot

$40 per Session (full week)
ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot | 7-18 | 1 Afternoon
2019-12-31
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ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot

ROBOTICS: EV3 New Year Sling Shot
December 30th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

EV3 students will create a robotic confetti sling shot

$40 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves. | 4-7 | 1 Afternoon
2019-10-11
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.
October 11th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

WeDo - kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)
ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves. | 4-7 | 1 Morning
2019-10-14
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.

ROBOTICS: WEDO Autumn falling leaves.
October 11th 2019 (1 Morning)

WeDo - kids will design a tree robot and program it to drop leaves.

$40 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: WeDo Coraline Gravy Train

ROBOTICS: WeDo Coraline Gravy Train | 4-7 | 3 Morning
2019-11-25
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ROBOTICS: WeDo Coraline Gravy Train

ROBOTICS: WeDo Coraline Gravy Train
November 25th 2019 (3 Morning)

WeDo students will make a train, make a scissor lift, tilting the scissor lift.

$150 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: WeDo Gobbling Turkey

ROBOTICS: WeDo Gobbling Turkey | 4-7 | 3 Afternoon
2019-11-25
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ROBOTICS: WeDo Gobbling Turkey

ROBOTICS: WeDo Gobbling Turkey
November 25th 2019 (3 Afternoon)

WeDo students will make a turkey robot and program it to walk.

$150 per Session (full week)

ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern | 4-7 | 1 Morning
2019-10-11
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 11th 2019 (1 Morning)

Robotics. WeDo Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)
ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern | 4-7 | 1 Afternoon
2019-10-14
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ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern

ROBOTICS: WEDO Laughing Jack-O-Lantern
October 11th 2019 (1 Afternoon)

Robotics. WeDo Students have to create a Jack-o-lantern robot and program it to succeed in the challenge.

$40 per Session (full week)

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