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Summer STEAM Camp Sampler 2

Each day will feature opportunities for campers to dive into all the things the Fab Lab is known for: coding robots, solving engineering challenges, and so much more! Campers will have lots of choice as to where they spend their time- they could spend all their time with robots, all their time with Legos, or they could dive into 3D design with Tinkercad. Campers will be grouped by age and will be engaged in age-appropriate, engaging and fun activities throughout the day.

Come explore all things STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Math) and Fab Lab to kick off your summer!


Kids will also have fun with Open Fab Lab time (where kids choose different activity stations), team-building activities, movement breaks, time for both independent and group exploration, and general STEAM challenges.

  • Who should attend: Children entering grades 1 through 7 in September 2023

  • Dates: 1/20/2023 12:00:00 AM - 7/17/2023 11:59:00 PM

  • Days/Hours: Camp is open Monday through Friday from 8:00-4:00 with a full day (3 or 5 days a week) or mornings only (5 days a week) registration is available. An additional option for before and/or after care can be purchased when completing your registration.

  • Lunch/Snacks: Fab Lab Campers should bring both a morning and afternoon snack daily and lunch on Monday through Thursday. A pizza lunch is provided on Fridays. A water bottle refill station is available (children should bring their own water bottle)

  • Our Staff: All Fab Lab Summer Camps are led by certified, master STEAM teachers and administrators.

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Registration fees include instruction with fully-certified educators, all materials and equipment kids use during camp, pizza on Friday for lunch, and Fab Lab swag!

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