KIDS 4 CODING | Weekly Summer Tech Programs | Ages 7-16 | Offering Half-and Full-Day Programs
Nationally Recognized KIDS 4 CODING Enters Its Fourth Summer Season in MASS!
- CAMBRIDGE | Lesley University
- WALTHAM | Bentley University (New!)
Highly interactive and multidisciplinary modules – new every summer – are developed by Kids 4 Coding in collaboration with teachers and industry professionals to lead campers through fun, age-appropriate projects and challenges that develop skills in game creation and modification, programming techniques, robotics, and other computer science and engineering areas.
Weekly programs are supervised by MA certified teachers and taught by experienced instructors who are passionate about technology. Students enhance their logical thinking, problem-solving, mathematics application and creative abilities in a collaborative, entertaining format. Half and Full-day session options.
Camp fees include a tshirt, healthy snacks and a certificate of completion (upon request). The ratio of students to instructor is 8 to 1, and space is limited.
Join over 7,000 Kids 4 Coding alumni since 2014.
For full details, including tuition, session dates and registration details, visit the Kids4Coding.com website.
Compare our program and fees to: IDTech, Digital Media Academy & Emagination
Minimum Age 7
Maximum Age 16
Camp Dates Weekly Full-or Half-Day Programs July 8-Aug 16
Camp Dates Weekly: July 8-Aug 16
Camp Cities Boston Cambridge Waltham
Year Established 2014
Camp Director Email email@example.com
Camp Capacity 18 | Ratio = 1:8
Camp Length Weekly Programs | July 8-Aug 16
Cost Per Week Half-Day Fees Starting at: $329 | Full-Day Fees Starting at: $599
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Program of Excellence
This is the camp if you want your child to have a fun-filled week and have a great experience learning technology.
I'm a middle school teacher, but as most parents know, you rarely have luck teaching your own children. My children attended the camp in Cambridge and we have just signed-up for full-day camps this summer.
Students are actually taught by instructors in a collaborative setting, unlike some programs where they don't seem to follow a curriculum.
My son loved ROBLOX and this summer he is going to Game Design & AR. My daughter was 7 last summer and it was really her first time being in a program like this. She loved it. She just turned 8 and we registered her for the Full-Day program of Star Wars & AR with the Minecraft and Drones camp.
You can tell a lot of time and effort has been given to this program.
Excellent choice if you have a child who loves anything "computer!"
My son attended last summer at the Lesley University location in Cambridge. We live in Newton, so I was thrilled when they opened a Brookline location at Newbury College this summer.
They are very affordable and program is organized. Give them a try.
Kids 4 Coding has a wonderful and organized program. As a parent, I do a lot of research choosing the best summer programs for my son. You will not be disappointed and your child will love it. My son really enjoyed the week and the instructors were excellent.