March Break Camp

3 Great Locations

Weeks Available

  • March 12th to March 16th, 2018.
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NORTH YORK – St. Bonaventure Elementary School

Offering:
  • Build and Design with LEGO®
  • Junior Robotics
  • Senior Robotics (includes Advanced Robotics)

RICHMOND HILL – The Loyal True Blue & Orange Building

Offering:
  • Build and Design with LEGO®
  • Junior Robotics (depending on registration numbers)

BLOOR WEST – TBD

Offering:
  • Build and Design with LEGO®
  • Junior Robotics (depending on registration numbers)

Our March Break camps in North Yprk, Bloor West and Richmond Hill involve building and design using LEGO® bricks & Robotics. We are constantly amazed at the focus and detail our campers put into their structures. Last year, our campers created a full theme park, LEGO® City, and Titanic ship sinking into the waters.

We offer a variety of arts and crafts, colouring, and fun activities to keep the kids active and engaged all day. At the end of each day, team projects culminate in a group presentation. We invite parents and caregivers to view the campers’ work at pick-up time.

Creative Club Camps – March Break

Building and Design using LEGO® Bricks

Campers are welcome into an inspiring and creative environment to challenge their imagination and creativity for a full week of Creative Club Camp.

We offer a variety of activities including arts and crafts, sports, outdoor play; however, the kids love building! We brainstorm and build based on a daily project theme using over 20,000 LEGO® bricks. Themes may include: LEGO® City, theme parks, mazes, and more… Campers build all day towards the goal of final presentation to the rest of the campers at the end of the day.

The amazing LEGO® structures created are on display for parents, guardians, and caregivers at the end of each day. You’ll be amazed at what your kids create within a team setting.

Junior Robotics – Ages 6-8

This NEW camp program is designed specifically to get young kids excited and curious about the world of science and robotics, while also learning skills in engineering, technology, and programming. Campers will gain experience with the LEGO® WeDo 2.0 kit and software. They will be building a number of different cool and engaging robots while also learning about programming. We encourage young campers to explore the wonderful world of science and robotics by asking questions, analyzing data, and sharing their findings through pictures and video.

Senior and Advanced Robotics – Ages 9-13

This weeklong program features 2 LEGO® MINDSTORMS EV3 Robots: the TRACKER and SENSOR bots. In an immersive learning experience, campers receive an introduction to robotics and the opportunity to learn how to construct robots from separate parts. Campers learn how to make robots move, and they learn how to program the robots with sensors. They use laptops and apply their knowledge to program the robots, taking them through various obstacle courses and compete in the EV3 arena. During this exhilarating week, kids prepare for possible First LEGO® League (FLL) participation through a series of challenges, including past FLL assignments.

  • Camp Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Full Day Camp Fee – $300 per child
  • New daily building projects
  • Indoor/Outdoor Activities with Qualified Leaders/Counselors
  • Camp T-shirt
  • Kids develop skills in Imagination, Creativity, Problem-solving, Spatial Planning, Presentation, and Teamwork

Building Skill Guidelines

EXPLORERS
Ages 4 – 6, learn the basics of building structures and explore the possibilities that exist in LEGO®creations.
BUILDERS
Age 7 – 8, are encouraged to challenge themselves using more planning and detail in their LEGO®structures, yielding wonderful results.
DESIGNERS & ARCHITECTS
Age 9 – 12. This group will take the time to plan out their creations before building and then re-assess their projects mid-way to reflect and build. Structures include complete LEGO® Cities, large LEGO® structures and more.
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For more information, contact us at camps@creativeclubglobal.com


Camp Details

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New Projects Everyday
Projects change each day to create variety for campers and challenge their creativity.
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Daily Presentations
Students will present what they have worked on for the day to their peers.
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Outdoor Play (weather dependent)
Campers will be outside twice a day and will participate in organized activities, as well as having some free-play time.
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Before & Aftercare is available
Before care starts at 8:00 a.m. and aftercare runs until 6:00 p.m.