ROBOTICS CREATIONS

 

Activity: Design, 3D Print, Assembly, Programming

Age Groups: Both 9-11 and 12-15 (Separate classes for age groups)

Weeks Offered: (All Weeks except weeks 1 & 5)

Tuition: $450+hst including take home project


Weeks one and three of July and August focus on creating customized robots. Through these projects, students learn to employ the engineering process which they can forever use to turn their imagination into reality. Students use 3D design software to design components of a moving robot and use our in-house 3D printers to build their creations. Team workshops are conducted to assemble electronics, motors, switches, batteries and microcontrollers. Best of all, students get to take home their creations at the end of the camp week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BRAIN POWER: ARDUINO MICROCONTROLLER

 

Activity: Logic, Programming, Coding (C Language), Electronics, Assembly

Age Groups: 12-15 Years Old

Weeks Offered: (Weeks 1 & 4)

Tuition: $450+hst including take home project


The Brain Power weeks of this year’s summer camp will focus on programming of the Arduino microcontroller, in the C language. Starting from simple projects and moving onto gradually complicated functions, this class is ideal for students wishing to learn advanced programming for controlling robots. Student will gain valuable knowledge by learning how to use arguably the most powerful controller in the robotics world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ROBOTICS WORLDS: LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3

 

Activity: Logic, Programming, Building, Assembly

Age Groups: 9-11 Years Old

Weeks Offered: (All Weeks except weeks 2 & 6)

Tuition: $450+hst No take home project


LEGO EV3 week is focused around a fun and engaging LEGO platform which is meant to teach programming logic using a simple, hence engaging software. The week begins with building a simple robot equipped with motors and sensors, then use a logical software to program the robot to perform different tasks. Some sensors practiced during the week are IR (Infra-Red), Ultrasonic (Distance), Color, and Touch sensors. While programming motors and sensors, programming elements such as IF statements, WHILE statements, SWITCH and LOOPS are taught to the students. By the end of the camp students have an understanding of how programming is used to make robots make decisions based on scenarios and information received by the sensors.
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SUMMER CAMP SCHEDULES (Select Location)

Schedules (THORNHILL)

 

Week of July 3 – July 7 (Thornhill)

 

Week of July 10 – July 14 (Thornhill)

 

Week of July 17 – July 21 (Thornhill)

 

Week of July 24 – July 28 (Thornhill)

 

Week of July 31 – Aug 4 (Thornhill)

 

Week of Aug 7 – Aug 11 (Thornhill)

 

Week of Aug 14 – Aug 18 (Thornhill)

 

Week of Aug 21 – Aug 25 (Thornhill)

 

* All fees exclude 13% HST

* Pizza lunch option is $25 additional for the week

* Early drop off and late pick up (8:00am – 5:00pm) is additional $50 for the week

 

Schedules (MISSISSAUGA)

 

Week of July 3 – July 7 (Mississauga)

 

Week of July 10 – July 14 (Mississauga)

 

Week of July 17 – July 21 (Mississauga)

 

Week of July 24 – July 28 (Mississauga)

 

Week of July 31 – Aug 4 (Mississauga)

 

Week of Aug 7 – Aug 11 (Mississauga)

 

Week of Aug 14 – Aug 18 (Mississauga)

 

Week of Aug 21 – Aug 25 (Mississauga)

 

* All fees exclude 13% HST

* Pizza lunch option is $25 additional for the week

* Early drop off and late pick up (8:00am – 5:00pm) is additional $50 for the week

 

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