Four STEAM summer camps for your builder kid
Inject some creative learning into your child’s summer camp experience with a STEM (or STEAM) camp where they use technology to build robots, learn to code, explore 3D printing, digital media, arts and more!
Last-minute STE(A)M camps
This Summer, your kids can aim for Mars, make an electric car, and more with EngKidz. Check out their in-person and online programs in Engineering, Robotics, Coding, 3D Design, 3D printing, and Arts – all led by BC Engineers. Your kids will build and take home a custom designed STEM Project. PS: Receive a 15% discount using coupon code “VMSTEM” at checkout.
UBC STEAM Camp
Looking for a 21st century learning camp? Enroll your child in a world class UBC STEAM camp with Digital Media Academy. Kids will hone their creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication skills while exploring coding, artificial intelligence, and game design. Weeklong camps for ages 7-18.
Steamoji West Vancouver
This creative maker academy is for kids ages 5-14 that trains builders, makers, inventors and entrepreneurs. Engage your child this summer with a week-long camp of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) projects and activities!
>> Steamoji West Vancouver
>> Q&A with Steamoji
Vancouver Maritime Museum
These ocean-centred camps feature interactive learning and outdoor play. The beautiful waterfront location (at Kits Point) provides the backdrop for fun maritime-themed activities for kids. They offer four full day camps: Sea Navigation Camp, Arctic Canada Camp, Ahoy Matey Camp, Ocean Explorers Camp.
>> A Q&A with Vancouver Maritime Museum
>> Vancouver Maritime Museum STEAM Camp
See a full list of Featured Summer Camps for 2021
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