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LEGO ARCHITECTURE: 1-Week Spring Break STEAM Camp
Mon, April 17, 2017, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT
THIS SPRING BREAK, LET YOUR CHILDREN BUILD THEIR IMAGINATION!
This one-week Design Thinking Camp exposes your little ones to Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics through a fun and educational experience at Moonlighter Makerspace. They'll chose a character that will serve as their client for the week, and go through the Design Thinking Process: Empathize with the client, Define the problem, Ideate various solutions, Prototype the most successful options, and finally - Test the results. Your kids will learn how to sketch their ideas, organize their thoughts, use littlebits electronics, laser cutters, and 3D printers to prototype and build their ideas, and how to present their final projects to their fellow campers! STEAM camps at Moonlighter Makerspace are designed to expand your child's critical thinking, enhance creative confidence, and encourage learning by making.
Two One-Week Camps Available For Spring Break:
Session 1: April 10 - 14 9am-3pm
Session 2: April 17 - 21 9am-3pm
Optional After Camp Activities available: 3-6pm
Do we need to bring anything?
All materials are provided, but they do need to bring their own lunches each day. The only things they can't take home are the littleBits components, but various kits are available for purchase if you want them to build their final projects with their own components to take home!
What ages are able to attend?
Ages 7+ Certain exceptions are possible for kids just a bit younger. Please come in with your child to discuss.
Who will be leading the camp?
Tom Pupo and Daisy Nodal are the Co-Founders of Moonlighter Makerspace. After earning their Masters in Architecture from Florida International University, they taught at the SOA Design Studio for two years before opening Moonlighter. They now create one-of-a-kind STEAM educational experiences via workshops, camps, field trips and events, where they introduce all ages to the latest technologies in Making. As strong advocates of the Maker Movement, they believe that hands-on learning is not only the most effective, but the most inspiring in the development of a child. The making of a thing is the evidence of the lesson learned!
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, simply email any changes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do students need pior experience?
No, students will be introduced to all the basic concepts in the camp.
Are camps refundable/transferable?
If you change your mind, you will receive a 50% refund. Alternatively, you can transfer your registration to another child with no fees incurred by emailing the contact information to email@example.com
Can I reach you with any more questions?
Yes, you can reach us directly at 305.699.2041 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org