At RoboFun® we are kicking off our 21st Anniversary celebration with a limited-time 21% off discount on all summer camp programs. Prices already reflect the lowest price - this discount will not be offered again once it is removed. Space is on a first-come basis.
RoboFun® flexible STEM (Lego Robotics, Coding & Game Design, Stop Motion Animation, Mincraft & Circuitry) summer camp allows your child to attend one week or the whole summer. Every week features a different theme and your child will have fun trackling new projects, learning new concepts and forming new friendships. While our focus is creative uses of STEM our curriculum recognizes that children learn at their own pace and learn the most when they are having fun; we allow children to excel at their own rate and don’t allow them to get bored either - if your child has completed one level of our curriculum, regardless of their age, they will be moved to a class that will continue to challenge them. We also offer early drop off (8:15 – 8:45), extended morning (12 – 12:45) and extended afternoon (4:00 – 5:00).
Please note: Regardless of which STEM class they take or how many times they have taken it, our students do not repeat previous projects - they are always challenged and, when they are ready, they work on a new assignment.
Required Skills: None. Open to curious children of all skills and abilities.
A SAMPLE STEM SUMMER CAMP DAY SCHEDULE:
12:00pm-1:00pm: Lunch and Recess
*Weather permitting, we will visit the Frederick Douglass Playground which is a block away.
Click below to review our current summer days STEM classes:
What Parents Say
“What I find unique and impressive about Robofun is their inclusion philosophy; everyone is welcomed and every child’s learning style and behavior are carefully attended to. Robofun is structured and very friendly and they literally unlocked my child’s creativity. Watching his level of pride when he comes home and can tell me about what he’s constructed and how it works is very fulfilling. There are areas where Henry has trouble "fitting in," but at Robofun he's just like everyone else.”
- Robofun Parent