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Engineering For Kids of Triangle

Camps @ 110 Lattner Ct. Suite 104, Morrisville, NC -27560

Current Special rate $240 for full day and $150 for Half day per week (Regular price is $275 full day and $170 half day per week)

Camp Hours: 9 AM to 4 PM. Extended care activity available 8 AM drop-off and 5:00 PM pick-up. Rate $30 per week

(Staff will provide lunch supervision)

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Age 7-9 and 10-12

June 10-14

Robotics 101 (AM)

The Robotics 101 program, students will learn the basics of designing, programming, and controlling a fully functional robot. Using LEGO® MINDSTORMS®, mathematical concepts, and engineering principles students will brainstorm, plan, test, and modify sequences of instructions to accomplish a given task. Students will also learn the sequence of communication between the robot, and the programmer by collecting and analyzing data using the robot's sensors.


Electronic Game Design: Racing Games – Hydrocrafts (PM)
Prepare for some fast splashing fun as we use the Engineering Design Process to design and create our very own racing game to race our personally designed hydrocrafts! We will create a storyboard to identify and capture the rules of play and characters for our game, and then use Clickteam Fusion 2.5® to bring our storyboard to life with programming. At the end of the unit, everyone takes home a working Windows compatible game (Clickteam Fusion 2.5® does not support Mac or Android operating systems).

June 17-21


Robotics: Envirobots (AM)
During the LEGO® Rescue EnviroBots, students design and program robots to help accomplish environmentally friendly tasks. By creating robots that can transfer nuclear waste, mine raw minerals, and deliver food and goods more efficiently, they will be sure to contribute to a more sustainable environment.

Electronic Game Design: Platform Games- Temple Escape! (PM)
Arkansas Johnson, Action Archeologist, is at it again! In Electronic Game Design: Temple Escape!, we will create our own version of a platform game that is set in an ancient, abandoned temple that will require all of Arkansas’s skills to make it out alive! We will use the Engineering Design Process to create a storyboard to outline the rules of play and characters for our game. Then, we will use Clickteam Fusion 2.5® to bring our storyboard to life with programming. At the end of the unit, everyone takes home a working Windows-compatible game (Clickteam Fusion 2.5® does not support Mac or Android operating systems).

June 24-28

Galactic Crafting: Java Minecraft (AM)
This camp will immerse students in a fascinating intersection of aerospace and civil engineering, the design of extraterrestrial building and structures. Using a modified version of Minecraft, students will be challenged to design and build a self-sustaining habitat for themselves on the Moon. Students will learn to use the Engineering Design Process to work through a simulated version of the challenges of space travel in the relatively familiar setting of Minecraft

Robotics: Da’Vinci’s Designs (PM)
During the Da’Vinci’s Designs robotics program, students will use LEGO® MINDSTORMS® to find viable solutions to some of the same challenges that Leonardo Da’Vinci was once faced with. These “ancient” real-word problems include making a mobile bridge, the perfect siege machine, and yes, even creating a masterpiece of art like the Mona Lisa.

July 1-5 (no class 4th)

Robotics 101 (AM)

The Robotics 101 program, students will learn the basics of designing, programming, and controlling a fully functional robot. Using LEGO® MINDSTORMS®, mathematical concepts, and engineering principles students will brainstorm, plan, test, and modify sequences of instructions to accomplish a given task. Students will also learn the sequence of communication between the robot, and the programmer by collecting and analyzing data using the robot's sensors.


Galactic Crafting: Java Minecraft (PM)
This camp will immerse students in a fascinating intersection of aerospace and civil engineering, the design of extraterrestrial building and structures. Using a modified version of Minecraft, students will be challenged to design and build a self-sustaining habitat for themselves on the Moon. Students will learn to use the Engineering Design Process to work through a simulated version of the challenges of space travel in the relatively familiar setting of Minecraft.

July 8-12

Traveling into the Future: MinecraftEDU Explorations (AM)
Join us in an apocalyptic future, one where the earth has been ravaged by a series of natural disasters. Each day, students rely on the engineering design process to solve a series of challenges such as building a city on a series of islands, escaping from a bunker on Mt. Everest, and even building a rocket to land on the moon! Through application of engineering principles, students solve numerous challenges as they make their virtual world of Minecraft a safe place for humanity once again

Robotics: Ocean Missions(PM)
During the LEGO® Robotics Ocean Missions program, students design and program robots to protect the ocean and ocean life by releasing a dolphin into the ocean, fixing a broken pipeline, and maintaining an oil platform. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork.

July 15-19

Galactic Crafting: MinecraftEDU (AM)
This camp will immerse students in a fascinating intersection of aerospace and civil engineering, the design of extraterrestrial building and structures. Using a modified version of Minecraft, students will be challenged to design and build a self-sustaining habitat for themselves on the Moon. Students will learn to use the Engineering Design Process to work through a simulated version of the challenges of space travel in the relatively familiar setting of Minecraft.

Robotics: Mission to Mars (PM)
During the LEGO® Robotics Mission to Mars program, students design and program robots to explore an unknown planet, find safe shelter, and collect soil samples from the planet. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork.

July 22-26

Robot Surgeons (AM)
During the LEGO® Robot Surgeons program, students design and program robots to function as medical robots by accomplishing a task that would cure a disease or address an issue within a human organ. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork.

Engineering Olympiad (PM)
Who has the strength to be a world-class athlete? In this five-day program, students will separate into teams and compete against opposing teams in various tests of mental and creative strength. The students will earn medals throughout the week and will endeavor to become the next great Engineering Olympiad.

July 29-Aug 2

Software Engineering - Scratch Video Sensing
What’s more fun than playing an interactive video game? Writing one! Video sensing allows students to design and program their own video games and then test them by interacting with the program via webcam. In this Scratch program, students work together to create their own games, art, and musical instruments while exploring coding foundations. Get up and get moving with Engineering for Kids and Scratch: Video Sensing!

Robotics: Robotic Olympics(PM)
During the LEGO® Robotics Olympics program, students design and program robots to compete in simulated Olympic events such as a sprinting in a race, throwing a basketball, and shooting a puck into a hockey goal. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer
programming, and teamwork.


Aug 5-9

Robotics: Rescue Robots (AM)
During the LEGO® Rescue Robots program, students design and program robots to respond to simulated disaster situations such as moving rubble and retrieving targets. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork.


Traveling into the Future: MinecraftEDU Explorations (PM)
Join us in an apocalyptic future, one where the earth has been ravaged by a series of natural disasters. Each day, students rely on the engineering design process to solve a series of challenges such as building a city on a series of islands, escaping from a bunker on Mt. Everest, and even building a rocket to land on the moon! Through application of engineering principles, students solve numerous challenges as they make their virtual world of Minecraft a safe place for humanity once again.

Aug 12-16

Robo Battles (AM)
During the LEGO® Robo Battles program, students create, program, and control robots designed to perform challenges such as the SumoBots Challenge, Jousting Challenge, and the Catapult Challenge. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork.

Amazing Race (PM)
111 years ago airplanes had not even made their first flight, yet today we can fly to the other side of the world in 12 hours! It is thanks to advances in technology that we are able to explore so much of the world. Over the next five days teams will have to work together to see who is able to travel the farthest around the world. This trek around the world will require students to design their very own boat, plane, and even a rocket!

Aug 19-23

Robotics: Da’Vinci’s Designs (AM)
During the Da’Vinci’s Designs robotics program, students will use LEGO® MINDSTORMS® to find viable solutions to some of the same challenges that Leonardo Da’Vinci was once faced with. These “ancient” real-word problems include making a mobile bridge, the perfect siege machine, and yes, even creating a masterpiece of art like the Mona Lisa.

Electronic Game Design: Ninja Attack (PM)
Defend your dojo from a ninja attack! Create a storyboard for rules and players using the Engineering Design Process as you make your very own platform game. Clickteam Fusion 2.5® will bring your storyboard to life! Take your Windows-compatible game home at the end of camp.

Mills Park Elementary Camps: 509 Mills Park Dr, Cary, NC 27519

Registration visit town of Cary website: https://classweb.townofcary.org/eConnect/Start/Start.asp

Junior Space Pioneers (age 5-7) NEW

Embark on a space journey! Send an astronaut to the moon and defend your moon base from space rocks! Learn how to use Scratch to create and program sprites, backdrops and basic scripts. Create a new program every day, leave with your wild space adventure, and be inspired to explore the universe of programming as a space pioneer!

  • Location: Mills Park Elementary
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123394 Mon-Fri
  • Jul 22-26
  • 9 a.m.-noon

Junior Robotics: Simple Machines United! (age 5-7)

Help Kelvin create his amusement park! Explore basic concepts of simple machines and build with LEGO® WeDo® construction and resource kits to accomplish your grandiose goals!

  • Location: Mills Park Elementary
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123407 Mon-Fri
  • Jul 22-26
  • 1-4 p.m.

Robot Olympics (age 7-10)

Compete in the Olympics using robots created with LEGO®! Sprinting, throwing basketballs and shooting pucks, campers use LEGO® robotics and computers to learn principles of robots, computer programming

and teamwork. Campers will be sharing a computer with one other camper.

  • Location: Mills Park Elementary
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123383 Mon-Fri
  • Jun 17-21
  • 9 a.m.-noon

Traveling Into the Future: MincraftEDU Explorations (age 7-10) NEW

The earth has been ravaged by natural disasters! Now it's your turn to solve challenges using the engineering design process to build a city on a series of islands, escape a Mt. Everest bunker and build a rocket to the moon! It's your job to make the virtual world of Minecraft safe again for humanity.

  • Location: Mills Park Elementary
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123385 Mon-Fri
  • Jun 17-21
  • 1-4 p.m.

Electronic Game Design: Ninja Attack (age 7-10) NEW

Defend your dojo from a ninja attack! Create a storyboard for rules and players using the Engineering Design Process as you make your very own platform game. Clickteam Fusion 2.5® will bring your storyboard to life! Take your Windows-compatible game home at the end of camp.

  • Location: Mills Park Elementary
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123392 Mon-Fri
  • Jul 22-26
  • 1-4 p.m.

Herbert C. Young Community Center. 101 Wilkinson Ave, Cary, NC 27513

Registration visit town of Cary website: https://classweb.townofcary.org/eConnect/Start/Start.asp

Electronic Game Design: Invader Defense (age 7-10)

Create your own version of an invader defense game where you will defend against an invasion. Using the Engineering Design Process to create a storyboard to outline the rules of play and characters for the game. Then use Clickteam Fusion 2.5® to bring the storyboard to life with programming. Everyone takes home a Windows-compatible game (Clickteam Fusion 2.5® does not support Mac or Android operating systems). Campers will be sharing a computer with one other camper.

  • Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123587
  • Mon-Fri
  • Aug 12-16
  • 1-4 p.m.

Kodu Kart Racing (age 7-10)

Race to the finish and create your own racing game in Microsoft's Kodu gaming environment. From terrain design to enemy selection, students are placed at the wheel and given full control to design their game Create your own video game while exploring the foundations of coding. (Not compatible with Mac or Linux). Campers will be sharing the computer with one other person.

  • Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • Kodu Kart Racing - Aug 13 - 112897
  • 123586
  • Mon-Fri
  • Aug 5-Aug 9
  • 1-4 p.m.

MinecraftEDU Medieval Redstone (age 6-10)

Redstone is MinecraftEDU's more complicated version of electrical circuitry. This class introduces the many uses of Redstone through a Medieval themed adventure of creation, exploration, and castle besieging, with students making mine cart tracks to help them gather resources, working together to build their own kingdom, and designing traps to defend their castle, all with the use of Redstone.

  • Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $89(R) $115(N) (4 classes)
  • 123588
  • Mon-Thu
  • Aug 19-22
  • 1-4 p.m.

Electronic Game Design: Temple Escape! (age 7-10)

Arkansas Johnson, Action Archeologist, is at it again! In Electronic Game Design: Temple Escape! campers create their own version of a platform game that is set in an ancient, abandoned temple that will require all of Arkansas's skills to make it out alive! Campers use the Engineering Design Process to create a storyboard to outline the rules of play and characters for their game. Then, they'll use Clickteam Fusion 2.5® to bring their storyboard to life with programming. At the end of the unit, everyone takes home a working Windows-compatible game (Clickteam Fusion 2.5® does not support Mac or Android operating systems).

  • Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179 (5 classes)
  • 123581
  • Mon-Fri
  • Jul 15-19
  • 1-4 p.m.

MinecraftEDU is Redstone (age 7-10)

An expansive game where players design and create unique worlds with amazing structures. MinecraftEDU's version of Redstone introduces students to electrical circuitry. Medieval themed adventures of creation, exploration, and castle besieging, with students making mine cart tracks to help them gather resources, working together to build and defend their kingdoms.

  • Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123582
  • Mon-Fri Jul 22-26
  • 1-4 p.m.

Middle Creek Community Center Camps: 125 Middle Creek Park Ave, Apex, NC 27539

Registration visit town of Cary website: https://classweb.townofcary.org/eConnect/Start/Start.asp

Junior Scratch and Makey Makey: Musical Adventure (age 5-7)

When your favorite song comes on the radio do you sit quietly, or do you play the air guitar or drums? Explore how sounds are created and then create your own interpretations of common musical instruments. Through Makey Makey and Scratch create your own dance program and bring music to life!

  • Location: Middle Creek Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (3 classes)
  • 123377
  • Mon-Wed
  • Jul 1-3 12-5 p.m.

Traveling Into the Future: MincraftEDU Explorations (age 7-10) NEW

The earth has been ravaged by natural disasters! Now it's your turn to solve challenges using the engineering design process to build a city on a series of islands, escape a Mt. Everest bunker and build a rocket to the moon! It's your job to make the virtual world of Minecraft safe again for humanity.

  • Location: Middle Creek Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123378
  • Mon-Fri
  • Jul 22-26
  • 1-4 p.m.

Electronic Game Design: Pizza Delivery (age 7-10) NEW

Papa's Pizzeria is the busiest it has ever been! Collect ingredients, make pizza and serve the hungry customers as you create your platform game. Create a storyboard to outline rules and characters using the Engineering Design Process then bring your storyboard to life with Clickteam Fusion 2.5®. Take your Windows-compatible game home.

  • Location: Middle Creek Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123380
  • Mon-Fri
  • Aug 12-16
  • 1-4 p.m.

Electronic Game Design: Ninja Attack (age 7-10) NEW

Defend your dojo from a ninja attack! Create a storyboard for rule and players using the Engineering Design Process as you make your very own platform game. Clickteam Fusion 2.5® will bring your storyboard to life! Take your Windows-compatible game home at the end of camp.

  • Location: Middle Creek Community Center
  • Instructor: Engineering for Kids
  • Fees: $149(R) $179(N) (5 classes)
  • 123382
  • Mon-Fri
  • Aug 19-23
  • 1-4 p.m.