Raleigh NC, 2/3/2014 – Powered by industry and academia pioneers, Microsoft and MIT, STEM For Kids’ newest program addition, Game Making Lab, starts February 17th. This camp will indulge children’s creativity using computer programming … of course, in a kid friendly STEM For Kids’ way!
Creating, developing computational thinking and ability to personalize & customize applications to solve problems are needed skills of this age. Moni Singh, our Founder and CEO, recently spoke about Computer Science in K-12 at the NC Bridging the Gap STEM Education Conference.
In Game Making Lab, children will work with leading edge tools and program to express their creativity as game, story and animation. Game Making Lab is a step towards increasing awareness of one of the great engineering challenges of this century, enhancing virtual reality as defined by the National Academy of Engineering.
Game Making Lab is part of our newest series of camps, The Engineering Chronicles [TM]. These innovative camps designed by engineers for young minds feature great engineering challenges.
CSI – Cyber Security Investigation [TM]
Adventures of Captain EnergyPants [TM]
Diary of a Trendy Bot [TM]
Game Making Lab [TM]
All camps are open for registration through August 2014. Registration for all camps (summer and trackout) at all locations (Raleigh, Durham, Cary & Zebulon) is online atwww.stemforkids.net.