STEAM camps are a collection of in-person and virtual programs that focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
Each of our camps focuses on a key subject area like coding, game making, stop-motion animation, Minecraft coding, and YouTube video production. However, each of them focuses on multiple areas of STEAM. For example, our Brick Flicks Stop Motion Animation Camp teaches kids how to use technology like webcams, computers, and audio files. Also, it has an element of art because each movie is a creative expression of the child’s imagination. Finally, there is also some math as kids learn about frames per second and sequencing, etc.
How are STEAM camps offered?
What makes our STEM programs a camp is that it meets on back to back days. Each STEAM camp is a 5-day, 15-hour program. In the summer, our camps are day camps, not overnight camps. Depending on the subject matter the camp is either a morning camp from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM or an afternoon camp from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.
A full-day summer camp option is available. All you would need to do is register for both a morning and afternoon camp and send a packed lunch with your child. Then, they stay over the lunch hour and eat with other students and the instructors. Instructors ensure that kids are engaged and entertained over the lunch hour and get to their afternoon camp.
Occasionally, our STEAM camps are offered as virtual after-school programs during the school year. Depending on which time zone you are in, these programs are either offered right after-school or in the evening. Just like our in-person STEM camps, virtual camps are taught live by a background-checked professional educator.
Our 8 STEAM Camps
We offer 8 different STEAM-focused camps. Click a camp below to learn more about what your child will learn in each camp and where they are offered.