Best Tech Summer Camps in Brooklyn

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We know our kids love their devices so why not let them learn what is behind the screen.  From learning to code and programming to building robots and other devices kids can attend one of these very cool tech-related camps! These camps offer a diverse array of technologies to try out.

Arts and Robots Summer Camp
1226 Prospect Avenue, Brooklyn 11218
917-297-3162
https://ed4sci.org/
Open House: March 17th
10:30 – 11:45
1226 Prospect Ave, Brooklyn 11218

via Arts and Robots Summer Camp

The seven weeks Arts and Robots Summer Camp will introduce children to science in a fun and engaging ways.
Programming robots, making science inspired-art and creating make-and-take objects will ignite children’s curiosity and enhance problem-solving skills.
Walks in the park and other physical activities will be included.
Special promotion for BKLYNER readers: Bring a friend and save $50 each.
Learn more: https://ed4sci.org

Curious Jane

via Curious Jane Facebook page

Where: 4 locations in Brooklyn
718-369-6320
info@curiousjanecamp.com
What: The science lab doesn’t have to be boring white coats who blow things up. How about a glittery jacket that is comfortable, stylish, and protective in a becoming shade of aquamarine?! Young scientists mix chemicals to create fantastic lip balms, face masks, and bubble baths. Then they can explore catapult design in style.
Learn more: https://www.curiousjanecamp.com/summer-camp22-1/

Pixel Academy

via Pixel Academy Facebook page

Where: 163 Pacific St, Brooklyn
886-771-6837
info@pixelacademy.org
What: Raise your hand if you’re obsessed with Minecraft — then Pixel Academy is the place for you! But the computer world is so much larger than Minecraft, which is why at Pixel Academy young programmers also learn how to laser-cut phone cases.
Learn More: http://www.pixelacademy.org/summer-camp/

Engineering for Kids

via Engineering for Kids Facebook page

Where: several locations in Brooklyn
347-664-7119
brooklyn@engineeringforkids.net
What: Engineering for Kids offers a little bit of everything to young engineers. They get to see a project all the way through from ideas and design to building and implementation. Yes, the work with Legos. They also 3D print their own creations!
Learn More: http://www.engineeringforkids.net/

FasTacKids Summer STE(A)M Adventure

via Fastrack Kids Facebook page

Where: Four Brooklyn locations:
Bay Ridge/Dyker Heights
7612 13th Avenue, (718) 748-3000, dykerheights@fastrackids.com
Williamsburg, 60 Broadway, (347) 987-4450, david@mastermindny.com
Park Slope, 150 4th Avenue, (718) 260-8100, valentino8808@gmail.com
Sheepshead Bay, 1605 Voorhies Ave, (718) 891-5437 valentino8808@gmail.com
What: FastracKids offers young explorers a fantastic Summer STE(A)M Academy camp that motivates all students to further their education in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math through 9 different camp themes.
Learn More: http://www.fastrackids.com/fastrackids-programs/fastrack-camps/

The Tiny Scientist

via The Tiny Scientist

Where: 1624 8th Ave, 718-832-8400, info@thetinyscientist.com
What: Each week 5 to 10-year-old scientists will explore a different theme — like a journey to outer space and exploring the center of the earth.
Learn More: http://www.thetinyscientist.com/summer/

Bricks 4 Kidz

via Bricks 4 Kidz

Where: 66 6th Avenue (between Dean and Bergen Streets)
What: Bricks 4 Kidz also offers an afternoon Lego robotics camp the week of July 11. Kids can register for just the afternoon program (1 to 4 pm) or join in for the morning Minecraft offering (9 am to 12 pm). Tuition is $300 for the half-day program or $545 for the full day. Note that no food is provided, so kids should bring nut-free snacks and lunch.
Learn More: https://www.bricks4kidz.com/newyork-brooklyn-parkslope/summer-camp-2018/

Beam Center

via BEAM Facebook page

Where: 60 Sackett St., Brooklyn Heights, 347-470-6747
What: Some STEM camps are taught by scientists. Beam Center is spearheaded by artists, designers, filmmakers, musicians, and engineers in a quest to demonstrate that technology doesn’t just have to be ones and zeroes that make blips on a screen, but real-world items that can be used to have real-world fun. Here, eco-friendly, recycled raw materials used to create projects might include wood, cloth, rubber, and cardboard. Collaboration and interdisciplinary connections are strongly encouraged, and the end result just might be your very own functional, soap-box racer, culminating with an annual derby for all!
Learn More: beamcenter.org

Mark your calendar – on Sunday, March 25 BKLYNER will host a Camp Fair at PS 130 – The Parkside School.  The Fair is free and open to the public. 

Register HERE and you will be entered to win a BKLYNER T or Tote.

More information HERE

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