This Robotics camp is powered by Techzenik and through this week, campers be full engineers through learning how circuits and motors work together. Campers will be designing their own vehicle using Legos, coding and art to race against one another. Campers experiment with gear ratio, balance, center of gravity, and aesthetics of their vehicle. By the end of the week kids will be well versed in how vehicles operate in their everyday lives
Epic Robotics camp is an intensive camp experience mixed with learning and fun. Campers will take a deep dive into Robotics learning, building, coding and much and take advantage of all Epic attractions such as bouncy castles, arcade and play area.
Date: March 16 to 2, 2020
Time: 9 am-4 pm
Ages: 7-13 years old
Theme:Mechatronics themed March
powered by Techzenik
Location:24 Lebovic Ave,
ON M1L 4V9,
Get $50 off for online registration
Are you looking for a place in Scarborough to send your younger ones to for summer camp? A place perhaps where they can learn the most with their time while simultaneously having lots of fun? Because as we all know, it’s never healthy to leave out the fun part. But most importantly, it’s important not to have any loose ends when it comes to the educational value that children get. TechZenik is this years summer camp hotspot.
At TechZenik, we bring in a totally innovative approach on how we educate children in STEM subjects. Through the software, the technology and the equipment we have, we are able to reach and impact kids better any other STEM camp out there. We also try and make the whole ride as comfortable and as enjoyable as we possibly can. Let’s get into more of the reasons why our STEM camps are the place to be this summer.
Experience a wonderful STEM camp this year at Scarborough’s hidden gem location. Located at the heart of Scarborough, in one of the busiest intersections, Kennedy and Lawrence, this location is fully accessible by all inhabitants in the GTA. Get off at the nearby 401 highway only a few minutes away from the intersection and park your car for free at the plaza we are in. Live relatively nearby? Then take the local transit to get here. We are right beside Lawrence Station making it easy to get here by train or bus.
If you live outside of the GTA in areas such as Pickering, Markham or North York, we have accommodations for you too. For a slight additional cost, we will provide transportation if you live anywhere in the above locations. We just want it where all parents can drop off their kids, go to work, come back and pick them up.
Don’t have enough time to pack food? Worried that your child may go hungry? Don’t worry; we have that catered for you. At our camps, we will offer hot lunch service for the kids. We will make sure the kids are fed so they are energized and ready to go throughout the camp. The lunch service comes at an additional cost.
Do you have an extremely busy or unpredictable schedule? We actually meet those needs too. If you want to drop off your child a couple of hours earlier or pick them up a couple of hours later each day, that is totally fine. We offer before and after care so that no matter your schedule, you will be able to drop and pick your child up without any major interference in your schedule. Rest assured, during our before and after care, the kids will be kept engaged and entertained. Slightly extra charges apply for this service.
Is the quality of tech camps here in the GTA really up to the highest standard? The answer is no, at least not compared to us. Here’s how.
In most other STEM camps, the software they use to teach programming is greatly watered down. The creative and technical learning potential is limited because the software they use to teach kids is limited. It’s called Scratch. We use real-world based software such as Java and Python and teach them in a kid-friendly way. This way, they build an extremely important foundation which pays dividends later on as they go into higher levels of education. This is the way it supposed to be taught and how it is taught in other countries. Another example of real-world software we use is a game based software known as Unity, instead of the less practical Minecraft, which we feel is unfortunately used all too common in other camps.