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Howard County Recreation & Parks offers science & technology programs, workshops and camps that include LEGO; Science; Minecraft and Robotics. Programs and camps are STEM based and offer a variety of themes so students can participate over time and experience new and exciting topics.

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To register, call 410-313-7275 or Register Online

• Camps listed by age first, then alphabetical.

Pre-K

Junior Scientist Camp I (3/1/2-5 yrs)

Explore the worlds of space and ocean! Have you ever wondered how craters are made? Or where sand in the ocean comes from? Want to take a trip to the moon? Learn about the stars, the moon, the planets and the sun. Discover which mysterious creatures live in the ocean. Make your own moon rock, make an ocean in a bottle, and go on a shell hunt. Bring a nut-free lunch. Info: Cindy Ochs, cochs@howardcountymd.gov, 410-313-4681.

Junior Scientist Camp II (3/1/2-5 yrs)
Explore the worlds of dinosaurs and bugs! Learn how a caterpillar becomes a butterfly; go on a dinosaur egg hunt; create a fossil; and become a paleontologist. Put together dinosaur bones and learn about different types of prehistoric creatures. Make dirt cups and learn how to classify arachnids and spiders. Bring a nut-free lunch. Info: Cindy Ochs, cochs@howardcountymd.gov, 410-313-4681.

Junior Discoveries (4-6 yrs)
Uncover the possibilities! Join a new adventure each week! Sign up for one week or fill your summer with discovery by enrolling in all six sessions. Explore animals and learn about their homes, be a junior astronaut and investigate the galaxy, create hands-on messy discoveries and use your senses to explore, travel back in time to the land of dinosaurs, or discover the mysteries of the ocean. Activities include games, science and nature projects, creative arts, learning centers, music and outdoor play. Bring a nut-free lunch. Info: Cindy Ochs, cochs@howardcountymd.gov, 410-313-4681.

Youth

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp Grossology (5-9 yrs)
Discover loads of horribly, fantastic experiments! Projects focus on blood, bones and body bits! Tons of chemistry and biology for the aspiring doctor or scientist! Projects include bulging bag of brains, simulated snot, baby diaper dissections, eyeball acrobatics and that's only the beginning. Join us for Howard County's most disgusting camp! Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp Little Robot Mechanic (5-9 yrs)
This camp is an intro to the world of robotics. Learn about six simple machines that are incorporated into complex machines. Learn about circuits and power sources as we build our Mars-like RC Rover. The radio-controlled RC Rover is capable of performing 23 experiments and activities. Construct an Aluminum Can Robot. You get to take home a robot you build! Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. $45 materials Fee due first day of camp. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp Paleo (5-9 yrs)
Explore the ancient world in this exciting intro into the basics of Paleontology! This adventure in archaeology lets you play in the dirt and have the time of your life. Dig deep into several hands-on projects that you can home to continue your adventure. Projects include panning for gems and minerals, cracking open a geode, digging for dinosaur and building and taking home your very own T-Rex model. Dynamic science games add to the fun! Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp Stop Motion Explosion (5-9 yrs)
Now casting aspiring directors and young filmmakers! Campers learn the science of film and animation using a variety of materials and objects such as clay, LEGO® figurines, armature-based figures other everyday materials. Club SciKidz provides campers with storyboard techniques, script writing, set design ideas, character development, film angles, lighting, special effects, and methods to add titles and rolling credits. Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp Young Physician (5-9 yrs)
Make no bones about it- this camp is for the aspiring, young Physician. Learn that your bodies are miles of blood vessels, hundreds of muscles, many thousands of hairs, a furnace, a filter, AND a fancy computer! Receive your own stethoscope and percussion hammer. Projects include building a lung model, testing for germs, building a spinal column and skin prints! Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

STEM Academy: Animal Rescues (5-8 yrs)
Manatees, sharks, crabs, worms and horses are the stars of this camp. Motivation Education instructors teach, through hands-on simulations, the way experts are working to save animals. The animals may be stuffed and giant, but the activities mirror authentic fieldwork. Round up the horses on Assateague, save manatees from a storm drain in Florida, mist net for birds in Central America and search for invasive worms in your backyard are among the saving actions. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

STEM Academy: Aqua Havens (5-8 yrs)
This very popular program immerses you in all things aquatic. Building a team aquarium, stocking it with live fish and learning to manage water chemistry is but one challenge. Following whales, turtles and constructing underwater volcanoes are others. Solve the great mystery of Who Killed Ronnie Reef? Motivation Education instructors promise to get your hands wet and help you explore all things water. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! STEM Academy: Nature’s Mysteries (5-8 yrs)
Have you ever wanted to understand, investigate and experience science and nature questions with a creative eye? Motivation Education instructors challenge your curiosities about bird migration, turtles, light and darkness, and how the Chesapeake Bay was once a nursery for sharks! Have you heard of "Naturetech" or how studying nature can inspire people to create something new? Being curious can lead to great innovation and a rich understanding of nature phenomenon. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! STEM Academy: STEAMing the World (5-8 yrs)
Nature, creative craftsmen, and culture provide the background knowledge for you to experience how people bring nature, science and customs to life. Motivation Education instructors take you to Indonesia for Wyang puppetry, to Panama for molas (a handmade material that forms part of the traditional outfit of Guna people), to the American Southwest to visit desert scenery, to Africa for tribal creations, to Alaska for tool making, and to Syria for stone stories. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics all play a part as you STEAM around the world. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! STEM Academy: Where’s the Science? (5-8 yrs)
This unique program features master storyteller Bob, to activate a wide range of science topics to open the science through imagination. In small groups, a Motivation Education instructor reads while campers think together, identify the science in the story, and launch into hands-on learning mirroring the science discovered in the books. This read, learn and do program emphasizes the imagination in the story and the active science. Enrollment is kept low to provide close attention to all participants activating their imaginations. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage.  Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

C3 Cyber Club: Game Design & Production (6-14 yrs)
Aspiring game designers, learn how to utilize the industry-standard game design software Unreal® Editor, among other software, used to create games as Batman: Arkham Asylum® and Mass Effect 3®. Learn how to create exterior environments and apply different procedures of modeling and texturing. Create your own outdoor terrain using advanced tools such as terrain sculpting, particle creation, and dynamic lighting. Learn how to import pre-set 3-D models, control dynamic lighting, add interactive vehicles and weapons. Learn how to use the same tools video game developers are using today! Info: William Banks, 410-313-4609 or wbanks@howardcountymd.gov.

C3 Cyber Club: Minecraft Modding (6-14 yrs)
Learn how to create your own custom game play items and elements using MCreator and Minecraft. Create artwork for various items and implement them into the game with custom behaviors while learning about texturing, logic flow, asset organization, and custom event triggers. Design your own custom blocks, weapons, food, biomes and more! Younger students focus more on texture work. Introduce your kids to modding Minecraft today! Info: William Banks, 410-313-4609 or wbanks@howardcountymd.gov.

C3 Cyber Club: Visual Programming with Scratch (6-14 yrs)
Enjoy an intro to the wonderful world of programming! Learn basic programming concepts using a simple drag-and-drop interface within the software Scratch, a project developed by the MIT Media Lab. Use your imagination and implement creative thinking, while learning how to create and program simple games. Use pre-made art assets or create your own, and learn how to program them, to walk, talk, and interact with objects. Learn logic and visual programming in order to create simple, 2-D Video Game in Scratch 2. Info: William Banks, 410-313-4609 or wbanks@howardcountymd.gov.

Mad Science: 3-2-1 Blastoff (7-12 yrs)
This action-packed week offered by qualified instructors focuses solely on rockets and the physics of rocket flight. After learning the model rocket safety code, build a number of different rockets and participate in the launching, mission control, propulsion and finally recovery of the rockets they build. You are divided into three groups: altitude trackers, launch preparation, and launchers. Everyone has an opportunity to try all three.
Bring a nut-free, non-perishable lunch, beverage and two snacks.. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

Mad Science: EUREKA! The Inventor’s Camp (7-12 yrs)
This is a camp designed by you, the Inventor, and led by instructors who are passionate about learning! Each day, a series of challenges which must be overcome using basic materials, simple machines, tips from world famous inventors and the most important thing of all - your mind. With a little bit of ingenuity, construct catapults and forts and then lay siege and assemble a working light saber to take home. While Thomas Edison said invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration, this camp is 100% fun! Bring a nut-free, non-perishable lunch, beverage and two snacks. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

Mad Science: Science in Motion (7-12 yrs)
Discover how things move with science with awesome Mad Science instructors. Take apart pellets to see what an owl cannot digest! View the world through a camera obscura and join a team of camper engineers and build bridges, domes, cubes, and pyramids. Assemble and control pulleys, levers, catapults, and simple machines. Make your own sidewalk chalk, crystal gardens, and chromatography-dyed T-shirt (T-shirts provided by Mad Science)! Bring a nut-free, non-perishable lunch, beverage and two snacks. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

Silver Knights Coding (7-12 yrs)
Learn to create stories, games and animations using Scratch, a visual programming language that helps children think creatively, work collaboratively and reason systematically. New coders learn basics while more experienced coders create increasingly complex programs. Receive a t-shirt and USB containing your programs. Bring snack and drink and full day campers should bring lunch. Bring non-perishable, nut-free snack, lunch and beverage. Info: William Banks, 410-313-4609 or wbanks@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp CSI (8-12 yrs)
Learn to become Crime Scene Investigators during actual crime scene setups! Explore how law enforcement professionals solve crimes. Use the tools used in the field to collect evidence. Experience how a crime is solved. Learn how Biology, Chemistry and Physics play a major role in the investigation! Projects include crime scene analysis, blood analysis, fiber, handwriting, fingerprinting and DNA analysis. Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp Emergency Vet (8-12 yrs)
Campers explore the exciting world of Veterinary Medicine. Campers may meet practitioners in the field, pet groomers, and be involved with several hands-on experiments! Each camper receives his or her very own medical kit. Topics include animal behavior, cancer research in animals, learning Clinical Procedures, preparation for a career in Veterinary Medicine; First Aid and Dentistry care and diseases and parasites. All professional visits are dependent on availability Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Camp Special Effects (8-12 yrs)
Lights! Camera! Action! Aspiring movie makers learn the science behind Hollywood's special effects. Activities demonstrate concepts related to light, sound, perception, illusion, and model building. One of the great features of this camp is that all campers create (and take home!) a movie using techniques in Claymation and stop-motion animation. Lessons include plot development, story boarding, set building, filming, and sound effects. Campers also learn various special effects make-up techniques working with the same materials used by professional make-up artists to simulate cuts, bruises, artificial blood, and old age. Bring a Flash Drive to camp. Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. $25 Materials fee due first day of camp. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Extraordinary Engineers (8-12 yrs)
Experience the world of design and engineering through planes, bridges and gadgets. Projects include plane design of a glider with a rubber band motor that takes off and lands. Engage in a Build-a-Bridge contest to see how much weight your bridge can support. Design and build a take-home CO2 dragster that incorporates the principles of aerodynamics and car design. Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Mechanics, Motors & More (8-12 yrs)
Discover what makes engines go and what makes hover crafts hover! Build and take home your own solar powered vehicle while learning about the mechanics and motors. Engineer an egg crash car and see if yours can pass the test! All materials are provided for you to design and take home your vehicles. Register for Club SciKidz Extended Day to make it a full day program. Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! Club SciKidz: Snap Circuit Animation (8-12 yrs)
Build a wall projector, a three-wall house, a light show, a light tunnel, a burglar alarm, and more! With Snap Circuits, you connect the circuits, resistors and capacitors to make the electronics perform different tasks. Take home your own 3-D Illumination Electronic Kit. Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! STEAM Arts Camp (8-12 yrs)
Combining science with visual and performing arts, explore how things happen in the world. Tackle engineering challenges and science experiments. Take a photo scavenger hunt, create your own skits and paint a minimasterpiece. Daily nature walks for fun and physical activity. Group games and icebreakers help you make friends. Dress for mess and movement. Bring a nonperishable lunch (no nut products) and beverage. Info: Holly Harden, 410-313-4625 or hharden@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! STEM Academy: Earthly Explorations (9-11 yrs)
From deep sea volcanoes to the top of Everest to Yellowstone National Park, Motivation Education instructors explore science events and features from all around the globe. Four times each day, world sites are presented and explored through simulations of remote places on the planet. Join us for hands-on action and virtual field trips to the Himalayas, the Amazon Rainforest and the Tomales Bay near San Francisco where bioluminescence is found. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

Found in the Smithsonian (9-11 yrs)
Cave Art, Kachina Carvings, ancient Coelacanth fish, ocean bottom  topography, shadow puppetry, shipwrecks and the sinking of the Spanish Armada lead the way. Motivation Education instructors guide campers through make-it and take-it projects and action-packed simulations that show some of what is inside museums like the Natural History, Air and Space and the American Indian Museum. Have a historic sea battle with cannon balls. Join us to be challenged and have an exciting time. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. b Extend your day with Camp Plus (p.14). Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! STEM Academy: Just Like Research Scientists (9-11 yrs)
In this special camp, Motivation Education instructors introduce participants to extraordinary Smithsonian Scientists and their fieldwork. The action is knowing and trying their fieldwork methods while learning about their exciting careers and discoveries. Studying ancient cave discoveries, catching bats, and tagging sharks introduces campers to scientists working in far away lands, to solve African mysteries, to track animals on Caribbean islands, and to study invasive species locally in the Chesapeake Bay. Our simulations take inspiration from the real-world methodologies of practicing scientists. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

NEW! STEM Academy: Make a Museum (9-11 yrs)
Take away your own constructed artifacts emulating the science exhibits and cultural artifacts found in multiple world museums. Led by Motivation Education instructors and experts, constructions include buildings that rival the National Zoo, the American History Museum, the African American Museum, the Museum of Natural History, The Boston Science Museum and more! Join us for this make-it and take-it science and culture immersion into your own creativity. From skulls to papyrus, this is an opportunity to touch and learn about world science and cultures. Bring a nut-free, non-perishable morning snack, lunch and beverage. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.

Club SciKidz: 3D Creator: Where Science & Art Meet (10-12 yrs)
You've seen 3-D printing on TV but in this new and exciting camp, use a Doodler Pen to create 3-D structures. Learn how to properly use a 3-D pen and about its practical uses in the field of Science and Technology. Through engineering challenges and real-world concepts, design, plan and create projects. Sample projects include bridge building and replicating famous structures. Materials fee includes a take home 3-D pen and all 3-D projects. $45 materials fee due at the first day of camp. Bring two nut-free, non-perishable snacks, lunch and beverage. For extended day options, call registration for more info. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or jlblakely@howardcountymd.gov.


LEGO

To register, call 410-313-7275 or Register Online

• Info: Adam Wienckowski, 410-313-4714 or awienckowski@howardcountymd.gov.

• Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: camps: www.Bricks4Kidz.com/ellicottcity-md or
www.Bricks4Kidz.com/maryland-clarksville-fultonmarriottsville (based on which camp location you attend).
• Tech Scientific: www.clubscikidzmd.com
• Play-Well Teknologies LEGO® camps: www.play-well.org
• Camps listed by age first, then alphabetical.

 

Bricks4Girlz LEGO®: Friends Camp 1 (5-12 yrs)

Grab your friends and hang out with us for a girls-only week of crafting and creating with LEGO® bricks. Introduce your friends to our “friends” as we get to know LEGO’s girl-themed models. Build adorable houses, cafes and more for a cast of female characters including Olivia and her friends. Enjoy building lots of other unique things with bricks, from jewelry making to brick art, with a take-home project each day. And don’t worry... “no boys allowed” because these camps are all about girls! Pair with Friends Camp 2 for June 25-29 or July 9-13 or July 16-20; or Transforming Brick Creations for July 9-13; and with Friends Camp 2 or Brick Galaxy Wars Camp for July 30-Aug 3 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).


Bricks4Girlz LEGO®: Friends Camp 2 (5-12 yrs)

Grab your friends and hang out with us for a girls-only week of crafting and creating with

LEGO® bricks. Introduce your friends to our “friends” as we get to know LEGO’s girl-themed models. Build adorable houses, cafes and more for a cast of female characters including Olivia and her friends. Enjoy building lots of other unique things with bricks, from jewelry making to brick art, with a take-home project each day. And don’t worry... there are “no boys allowed” because these camps are all about girls! Pair with another Bricks4Kidz LEGO® camp for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm): with Friends Camp 1 for June 25-29 or July 9-13 or July 16-20; or Extreme Ninjas Camp for July 9-13; with Friends Camp 1 or Angry Birdies/Bad Piglets Camp for July 30-Aug 3.

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO® Brick Critters: The Secret Life (5-12 yrs)

Ever wonder what your pets do while you are at school? Join Max, an adorable dog and Snowball the rabbit on this fun and furry adventure. Then, dive to the depths of the ocean with Dory to help her search for her family and build other favorite aquatic movie sea life. In addition to imagining what pets do when left alone, build various critters, including motorized buzzing bees, fluttering butterflies and more. Show off your take-home handbook displaying all the brick critters you built at this exciting camp! Pair with Space Adventures & Galaxy Camp for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

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Brick Detective Mysteries Camp (5-12 yrs)
We’ve got lots of cool things to build, and lots of exciting mysteries to solve, as we unmask the villains and solve the crimes! Camp combines themes from Scooby-Doo and the classic Clue® Board Game into fun brick activities. Pair with Minion Brick Madness Camp or Robotics, Coding & More Camp for July 23-27 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO® Brick Olympics Camp (5-12 yrs)
Calling all sports fans! On your mark, get set... build! Celebrate the Olympics with cool models of sports from cycling to soccer, basketball to gymnastics. Take a break from the heat and compete indoors to set your own Brick Olympics records with our exciting sports-themed challenges! Winners receive Bricks4Kidz medals and be posted on our “Medal Tally” board. Pair with Mining & Crafting Camp 1 for June 18-22 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO® Minion Brick Madness Camp (5-12 yrs)
Do you love those crazy yellow guys? Who doesn’t! Come and build with us as we explore their madcap world of silly inventions and gadgets. Can you make a fart gun from LEGO® bricks? Test your inventive side in this fun-filled, minion-inspired LEGO® camp! Pair with Brick Detective Mysteries Camp or Brick City Construction Camp for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO® Space Adventures & Galaxy Camp (5-12 yrs)
Inspired by NASA and Star Wars®, this camp is packed full of models that make your imagination blast off! Each day, learn about real-life space exploration and build models related to the NASA space program. In addition, the day includes LEGO® Star Wars®-themed models, video games, group games, challenges and more. This camp provides the spark for imagination and creativity needed to take off on an adventure that’s out of this world! Pair with Jurassic Bricks Camp or Super Brick Heroes Camp for July 16-20; with Friends Camp 1 or Angry Birdies/Bad Piglets Camp for July 30-Aug 3; with Ninja Training Camp for July 2-6; with Brick Critters: The Secret Life Camp for July 30-Aug 3; and with Jurassic Bricks Camp for Aug 13-17 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Brick City Construction Camp (5-12 yrs)
Put your hard hat on and head on over to our construction site as we work on building the coolest city in the land made of LEGO® bricks! Plan and design our city with elements such as a bridge, police station, lighthouse or ideas that our builders want to contribute. Make your own motorized models of tools of the trade from a hand-held power saw and jackhammer to some tough, all-terrain vehicles such as a bulldozer and dump truck. Pair with Minion Brick Madness Camp or Robotics, Coding & More Camp for July 23- 27; and with Brick Movie Making Basics Camp for Aug 20-24 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Clash of Bricks Camp (5-12 yrs)
Gather your barbarians and archers for this Clash of Clans inspired camp! It’s time for battle Bricks4Kidz style! Collect and store gold and elixir to train troops and build villages. You must stop at nothing to defend your village from enemy attacks! Experience the thrill of battling barbarians, greedy goblins, powerful PEKKAs and wild wall breakers. All this and more at Clash of Bricks Camp! Pair with Mining & Crafting Camp 2 for a full day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Jurassic Bricks Camp (5-12 yrs)
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Put on your hiking boots and camouflage, you’re about to enter Jurassic Brick World! Build a world that comes to life with gentle Brontosaurus, ferocious Velociraptor, terrible T-Rex and more! Learn about amazing dinosaurs that lived during the Jurassic period and other extinct prehistoric animals that roamed the Earth millions of years ago! Pair with Amusement Park Creators Camp for July 9-13; with Brick Galaxy Wars Camp or Amusement Park Creators Camp for July 16-20; and with Space Adventures & Galaxy Camp for Aug 13-17 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Ninja Training Camp (5-12 yrs)
Do you love the Ninjago-themed LEGO® sets? Then this is the camp for you Throughout the week, play games and have challenges that are based on the LEGO® Ninjago television show and model sets. Enjoy arena battles, doing ninja related crafts, and building Bricks4Kidz models. Enjoy the zip line racing, skeleton bowling and all sorts of adventure throughout the week. Parents, you may think it’s all about the action, but be amazed how we sneak in some learning too. Pair with Space Adventures & Galaxy Camp for July 2-6; and with Friends Camp 2 or Transforming Brick Creations for July 9-13 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Transforming Brick Creations (5-12 yrs)
Transformers, more than meets the eye! We have taken the popularity of the Transformers franchise and created a fun camp with LEGO® models that can be transformed into new creations! From vehicles to robots and back again. Enjoy this fun camp filled with games and builds based on Transformers and Rescue Robots. Pair with Friends Camp 1 or Extreme Ninjas Camp for July 9-13; and Amusement Park Creators Camp for Aug 13-17 for a full-day camp experience.

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Amusement Park Creators Camp (5-12 yrs)
Get your ticket to ride at Bricks4Kidz’s very own amusement park! Campers, build a new ride each day, learn how to make things spin, roll, turn and rock. Then take what you’ve learned to design your own thrills and challenges. Motorized models maximize the action and fun. Each day includes carnival themed games, group challenges, model building and more! Pair with another Bricks4Kidz LEGO® camp for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm): with Jurassic Bricks Camp for July 9-13; or Super Brick Heroes Camp for July 9-13 and 16-20; with Mining & Crafting Camp 2 for Aug 6-10; with Transforming Brick Creations for Aug 13-17.

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Angry Birdies/Bad Piglets Camp (5-12 yrs)
Enter the world of Angry Birds and Bad Piggies the Bricks4Kidz way! You are challenged to physically build and destroy a level from the popular game of Angry Birds. Set your birds to flight by launching them on catapults and slingshots to destroy pigs. Build a working launcher to create things to knock down. Build different colored birds using LEGO® Bricks, along with our proprietary model kits. Pair with Friends Camp 2 or Brick Galaxy Wars Camp for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Brick Pirate Adventures Camp (5-12 yrs)
Join Capt. Black Brick and his crew on this fun adventure of the high seas. Do love Capt. Jack and all the scallywags of the Pirates of the Caribbean? How about Jake and the Neverland Pirates, or good ole Peter Pan and Captain Hook? Come on a swashbuckling adventure during this fun and engaging camp week! Pair with Robotics, Coding & More Camp for Aug 27-31 for a full-day camp experience with supervised lunch (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Super Heroes Camp (5-12 yrs)
Join Bricks4Kidz for a week building Super Heroes with LEGO® bricks. Explore all the caped crusaders and discover their super powers. Create a fantasy world and protect it against all the evil arch enemies with custom contraptions made with LEGO® bricks. Pair with Brick Galaxy Wars Camp or Amusement Park Creators Camp for July 16-20; with Mining & Crafting Camp 1 for July 23-27; and with Mining & Crafting Camp 2 or Wizards & Muggles Camp for Aug 6-10 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO®: Pocket Brick Monsters Camp (5-12 yrs)
Get ready for an adventure in the world of Pokemon®! Capture wild Pokemon ® creatures and train them for battle. Improve your accuracy and power as you learn new moves and use special abilities. Tap into your inner creativity as we build Dratini, Pikachu, Poke Balls and more with LEGO® bricks. Do you have what it takes to become a LEGO® Pokemon® Master? Pair with Wizards and Muggles Camp for a full-day camp experience with supervised lunch (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4KidzLEGO®: Mining & Crafting Camp 1 (5-12 yrs)
Minecraft is a game about creating anything you can imagine. Experience the world of Minecraft with LEGO® bricks in this fun camp! Start by crafting shelter and some of the mobs, critters and tools using LEGO®. Face new challenges each day, building motorized Bricks4Kidz models and crafting key elements from the popular Minecraft game. This camp requires a $20 lab fee for computer use. Pair with Brick Olympics Camp for June 18-22; with Mining & Crafting Camp 2 for June 25-29; with Super Heroes Camp for July 23-27; and with Mining & Crafting Camp 2 or Wizards & Muggles Camp for August 6-10 for a full-day camp experience with supervised lunch (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4KidzLEGO®: Mining & Crafting Camp 2 (5-12 yrs)
Steve is jumping for joy as he introduces the newest members of his Minecraft world. Enjoy being challenged to bring your virtual designs to life by building new mob figures, mosaics and custom models, incorporating LEGO® Bricks. Are you ready for the challenge? This camp requires a $20 lab fee for computer fee. Pair with Mining & Crafting Camp 1 for June 25-29; with Amusement Park Creators Camp for Aug 6-10; with Mining & Crafting Camp 1 or Super Brick Heroes Camp for August 6-10; and with Clash of Bricks Camp for Aug 20-24 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

Bricks4Kidz LEGO® Wizards and Muggles Camp (5-12 yrs)
Break out those wands and capes, it's time to get some LEGO® magic going on at Bricks4Kidz. Based on the popular book series, we are bringing a LEGO® twist to our Harry Potter fans. If you love all things Hogwarts related, have a blast at our Wizards and Muggles camp! Pair with Pocket Brick Monsters Camp for June 18-22; and with Super Brick Heroes Camp or Mining & Crafting Camp 1 for Aug 6-10 for a full-day with supervised lunch hour (noon-1pm).

 

TECH Scientific: Adventure Stories (5-12 yrs)
In this adventure, come use LEGO® bricks and LEGO® WeDo robots to build an airplane rescue, a giant escape, and a sailboat storm. Learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer. Bring a nut-free snack and beverage. Pair with another TECH Scientific for a full day camp experience including a supervised lunch period. For full-day, pair with Play Soccer for June 18-22; and with WeDo LEGO® Meets Scratch Intermediate for a fullday camp experience with supervised lunch (noon-1pm). Bring a nut-free lunch and beverage. $15 materials fee to first class.

 

TECH Scientific: Amazing Mechanism (5-6 yrs)
WeDo LEGO® Amazing Mechanisms. Come enjoy using LEGO® bricks and LEGO® WeDo robots to create a variety of different mechanisms. Projects include a hungry alligator, a flying bird, and a roaring lion. Campers, learn how to program and operate your creations using a laptop computer. Pair with another TECH Scientific camp for a full-day camp experience including a supervised lunch. Full-day campers receive a supervised lunch break from noon-1pm. Pair with WeDo LEGO® Meets Scratch Intro for July 9-13; and with Play Soccer for July 23-27 for a full-day camp experience with supervised lunch (noon-1pm). Bring a nut-free lunch and beverage. $15 materials fee due at first day of camp.

 

TECH Scientific: WeDo LEGO® Play Soccer (5-7 yrs)
This camp is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using LEGO® WeDo robots. Using LEGO® bricks, build a goal scorer, goalkeeper, and an