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    311450 - Tinkrworks

    They’ll spend time learning not just about the electronic components, but will code their bots to move, explore, and interact with their environments and ultimately do things that only TinkRers can envision.  They will bring together custom-milled wooden chassis, motors, micro-computers, electronics, 3D-printed parts and other materials to assemble, program and customize robots that they can then bring to life!  TinkRers will code motion, tricks, lights and sounds to activate with a push of a button on a remote control.  And best of all, students will take their robots home at the end of the session.

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    Available311450-01Robotics: Build and Program your personal robot01/11/19- 03/22/19F 3:15P- 4:15PWest School$471/$5198 years up to 11 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details
    Available311450-02Intro to Makerspace: Digital Design and STEM01/11/19- 03/22/19F 3:00P- 4:00PSouth School$400/$4406 years up to 8 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details

    908630 - Rockets

    3..2..1...LIFTOFF! TinkRers will have a blast as they build and launch their very own fully-functional and reusable rockets in this special camp focused on flight. The TinkRers will assemble all of the pieces of their rocket kits step by step, personalize them using paint and vinyl, and then
    watch as they soar over 500 feet in the air! But how does a rocket fly up that high? Well, the TinkRers will learn all about the science behind Newton’s Laws and how they allow a rocket to lift off the ground, and they will participate in exciting experiments that mimic Newton’s Laws in
    action during a rocket launch.

    The TinkRers will learn about the history behind rockets and space shuttles and about the mechanism of how model rocket engines work to propel the rockets into the air. They will also experiment to see just how high different engine strengths can propel the rockets (weather
    permitting). Of course, the TinkRers will be able to launch their rockets multiple
    times throughout the week, and we will even attach a camera to an instructor rocket to see the view from 500 feet in the air! This camp is perfect for TinkRers who like to shoot for the stars, so come fly with us!

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    Available908630-01Rockets08/12/19- 08/16/19M-F12:30P- 3:30PTakiff Center$428/$4717 years up to 9 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details
    Available908630-02Rockets08/19/19- 08/23/19M-F12:30P- 3:30PWatts Center$428/$4719 years up to 12 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details

    908650 - Harry Potter: Wizarding World

    Calling all witches and wizards! Come see what it would be like to be a student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for a week. Students will use science, technology, and their creativity to bring the wizarding world found in the popular book and movie series Harry Potter to life!
    They will start their journey by getting sorted by a “Sorting Hat” into their Hogwarts houses. Once sorted, the newly inducted Hogwarts students will construct a working Goblet of Fire that will use an Arduino microcontroller board to control LED lights to react when something is
    placed into the goblet. Students will attend Potions class and learn about the chemistry involved in making bubbling, color changing, and temperature changing magic potions”. Finally, the students will get to see the magic Invisibility Cloak become a reality through the use of green screen videography! Come unleash your wizarding powers in this amazing TinkRworks experience
    and take your goblet home!

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    Available908650-01Harry Potter: Wizarding World08/19/19- 08/23/19M-F 9:00A- 12:00PWatts Center$427/$4707 years up to 9 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details

    908660 - STEAM Academy

    This week long STEAM camp lets students engage in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math! They will participate in fundamental learning activities throughout the week and will then apply their learnings to build a final project at the end of camp. Students will learn about light mixing and how to change the colors of programmable LEDs, and they will use Arduino microcomputers to control an ultrasonic sensor to make their projects interactive. They will use sandpaper, paint and
    other art supplies to customize a wooden template and complete other cool art projects. The best
    part is, all of the art and electronics will come together at the end, and the students will be able
    to code their electric art to light up, play different sounds, and even move when people approach it!
    At the very end, the students will take their fullyfunctional creations home to show their families.

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    Available908660-01STEAM Academy08/12/19- 08/16/19M-F 9:00A- 12:00PTakiff Center$427/$4705 years up to 6 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details

    908670 - Bionic Bike

    Hey TinkRers! It’s time to add some high tech to your bicycle and bring it into the modern age! In this week long project, students will bring their bikes to camp and give them some amazing new capabilities with a computer device that they can program and attach to their bikes.

    They’ll program program the device to act as:
    A digital speedometer: Measure how fast the bike is going and what distance they
    A burglar alarm: An alarm will go off if anybody moves your bike and can only be turned
    off with a secret code
    A high-brightness LED flashlight: Lights up the road ahead and flashes so that the bikers
    are easier to see at night

    Students will work with the latest technology to build their bike devices, such as Arduino microcontrollers, and they will learn how to wire it together and program it themselves. Finally, to test the device, the students will hit the road and go on bike rides to see how well it works! They will securely attach the device to their bikes and will take it home at the end of the week!

    TinkRers will bring their bike to camp on Monday and will take home at the end of the camp on Friday. They will be taking bike rides with counselors to test their devices.

    What TinkRers take home: All the bionic components they design

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    Available908670-01Bionic Bike08/12/19- 08/16/19M-F 9:00A- 3:00PTakiff Center$784/$8639 years up to 12 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details
    Available908670-02Bionic Bike08/19/19- 08/23/19M-F 9:00A- 3:00PWatts Center$784/$86312 years up to 15 yearsItem DetailsAdd to CartLocation Details
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