Camps at Little Engineers
At Little Engineers, we offer a variety of camps that focus on the development of technical skills, project based learning, and the importance of working together as a team. We utilize systems that are popular with kids to engage them in learning including: Lego, Minecraft, Mindstorm Robotics, Arduino, Gamemaker, and more!
The goal of our camps is to let children have fun while learning new things! With a focus of Technology, Engineering, Robotics, and Arts (TERA), our systems of play are more than just a fun activity, they are a learning tool (We know, they’re REALLY fun!) In addition to our more technical camps, we also focus on the development of creativity and right-brain thinking, offering a variety of art, animation, web design, etc.
Camps run from 9 AM – 12 PM, 1 PM – 4 PM Monday Through Friday. The cost of each 3 hour session is $35.
Pre-Engineers (Ages 3-5)
Jr-Engineers (Ages 5-8)
Sr-Engineers (Ages 8-13)
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: Are there full day options?
A: Yes! Simply register for the morning and afternoon sessions; don’t forget to send a lunch with them!
Q: Does my child need to bring anything with them to camp?
A: Your child should bring a water bottle and snack for every 3 hours, and a meal if they are going to stay longer. Other than that, you are all set!
Q: What class/camp should I sign up for?
A: Please follow the age guide and read the descriptions for the camps located on our camp registration page. If you still have questions, do not hesitate to call us for a second opinion.
Q: Is there any flexibility with the age range? What if my child is bored at a specific level, or needs more help with learning the basics?
A: We are very flexible with the age range of our classes, and believe skills should be based off of ability, not age. We ask that you sign up for the appropriate age range, and if changes need to be made, we will make them the day of the camp.
Q: How many children per camp?
A: We never know how many will be there until the day of, however, we restrict registration to a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 10 children per facilitator.