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Engineering & Video Game Making Camps!

Utilizing and teaching with LEGO® pieces.

 All About Learning

Programs for 1st - 8th Graders!

The deadline to register for engineering camps is May 19.

The deadline to register for video game making camp is June 30.


  

 

Gears and Gadgets 1 Rubberband Car

(Rising 1st - 3rd Graders)

June 2-6

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Location: West Campus Classroom
Fee: $209 
Instructor: All About Learning®
Course #14431901

This half-day summer camp provides a great hands-on learning and building experience by exploring simple machines at an entry level. Students will creatively build and modify machines through basic engineering skills using unique LEGO ® kits and curriculum. The concepts presented will include basic engineering principles, simple and compound machines, gearing, forces in motion, integrated problem solving, communication skills, teamwork and collaboration. This is a one of a kind program that will keep your child academically engaged and challenged this summer, all while having fun! Campers will receive a take home project and you won’t want to miss the rubber band car challenge!


 

Gears and Gadgets 2

(Rising 1st - 3rd Graders)

June 9-13

This half-day summer camp provides a great hands-on learning and building experience by building projects of a slightly higher complexity than the Gears and Gadgets 1 camp by using gears and motors from the unique LEGO® kits and curriculum. The concepts presented will include basic engineering principles, design and redesign models, gears and gear ratios, simple machines, forces in motion, integrated problem solving, communication skills, teamwork and collaboration. This camp is a must for those who enjoyed Gears and Gadgets 1, although completion of that program is not required to attend.

Course #14431904
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Location:  West Campus Classroom
Fee: $209 
Instructor: All About Learning®

 

Fun-gineering™

(Rising 4th - 8th Graders)

June 2 - 6

This half-day summer camp provides a great hands-on learning and building experience using unique LEGO® kits. Students will creatively build and modify machines applying basic engineering principles. This is an integrated science and math class. Students will learn a variety of concepts and apply their acquired knowledge about gearing and gear ratios, simple machines, problem solving and communication skills throughout this class. This challenges students to incorporate the traits of an engineer in a classroom setting. This is a one of a kind program that will keep your child academically engaged and challenged this summer, all while having fun. Campers will receive a take home project, and you won’t want to miss the culmination event at the end of camp!

Course #14431902
Monday-Friday
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Location:  West Campus Classroom
Fee: $209
Instructor: All About Learning®

 


 

Collision Cars™Robotics Car

(Rising 4th - 8th Graders)

June 9-13

In this half-day summer camp, students will use unique LEGO® kits to build a variety of cars that they will battle. This is a class of exploration, problem solving, and risk-taking with the goal of learning and experimenting with how machines work and compete. Campers will learn a variety of concepts throughout this class including basic engineering principles, gearing and gear ratios, electric motors and energy, problem solving and communication skills. In addition, campers will apply their acquired knowledge in an arena where they will battle their designs. This challenges students to incorporate the traits of an engineer in a classroom setting. There is a take home project included in this course, but please note that students do not get to keep any of the LEGO® projects they create in class.

Course #14431903
Monday-Friday
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Location:  West Campus Classroom
Fee: $209
Instructor: All About Learning®

 


 

Video Game Making

(Rising 4th – 8th Graders)

July 14 - 18

During this half-day camp, students will learn how to design and modify their own exciting arcade style video games! Campers will discover how to control their own characters and objects, develop outcomes in the game and then increase the difficulty level. They will then learn how to graphically design the game and graphic animation topics will also be explored. Learn all of this and more while designing your own version of PacMan and several other familiar games. In order to participate in this camp, students must have an e-mail address and bring a small flash drive (any size).

The deadline to register is June 30!

Course #15131901
Monday - Friday • 9 a.m. - Noon
122 Library Information Technology Center
Fee: $199
Instructor: All About Learning®

 

To register:

Online: Register here!

By phone:  Call our registration office at 478-445-5277.  We are available to answer your call Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

In person:  100 Chappell Hall, Georgia College main campus.


 

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