Are your kids into science, math or technology? Then a STEM camp might be the right choice for them. During camp, they can advance skills that they already have or learn some new ones. From creating games to doing cool science experiments, these STEM camps cover a variety of topics and interests.
STEM Camps in Orlando
Check out the list of STEM Camps in Orlando below. They will ensure that kids are learning new things, but will also ensure that they have a good time doing it.
Bricks 4 Kidz
If your kids love Legos and they love gaming, they will love Bricks 4 Kidz. During camp, kids bring different worlds to live including Minecraft, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more. Camps are held in a variety of locations around the Orlando area.
Full Sail Labs
Full Sail Labs is offering camps for both kids and teens where they can learn to use the latest tech software. They offer camps on Adobe Photoshop, Claymation Stop Motion, Ableton Music Production, Roblox Studio Builder, Esports and more. Camps are offered both in-person and online.
If your kids love robotics, then take a look at iBrick Academy. This summer, they will be hosting virtual robotics camps for kids.
Mad Science is hosting a variety of camps this summer either in-house at their locations in Oviedo Mall or West Oaks Mall, at Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream, Lake Mary Prep or online. Each week is a different theme. Some of the themes include diggin with the dinosaurs, yuckology, NASA and Super Spy Academy. Camps are offered for kids in Pre-k through grade 5.
Orlando Science Center
Orlando Science Center is offering STEM camps all summer long. Each week is a different theme and the themes differ by grade. Kids will learn about science, engineering, maker space, outer space and more. Camps are for kids in pre-school through grade 9.
Synapse Summer Camp
If your kids love working with tech, then Synapse is a great option for them. They can do robotics, coding/programming, 3D design and printing, Minecraft, VR and more. Synapse will also be offering virtual classes if your kids are not able to go in-house.
If your kids love STEM activities, then you will definitely want to check out one of the camps above to send them to this summer.