Young Engineers Tallahassee Summer Camp 2022

Don't Wait, Register Now! We Expect All Camps to Fill Up
Have a question or need more information? Call or Text: 850-815-7056

Camps start the week of June 13th and run through the week of July 22nd.
Check out the week themes and schedules below!

Open House on June 11, 2022 from 10:00am - 12:00pm

 at Governors Charter Academy. This day will be an opportunity for parents to confirm their registration, view school grounds, meet the Young Engineers Tallahassee Instructors, and learn about the summer programs in more detail.

Young Engineers Tallahassee has Teamed up with Governors Charter Academy to Provide Tallahassee Students with the Ultimate Summer Camp Experience. 
  • Camps will run Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm (Early drop off starts at 7:30am, Late pick up from 4:30pm – 5:30pm)
  • Breakfast and Lunch Included (Breakfast: 7:30am – 8:45am – Lunch: 11:00am – 1:00pm) 
  • We will feature non stop excitement and education for our students throughout the day
  • Different Courses for ages kindergarten though middle school.
  • Middle school students will get to experience coding and robotics featuring Arduino Uno and Raspberry Pi
  • Camps start the week of June 13th and run weekly through July 22nd.

Kindergarten- 5th grade

Motorized Lego Models, Tangible Coding Language & Spiral Learning Technique
$ 195 Per Week Monday - Friday
  • 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m - Monday - Friday
  • Breakfast & lunch included.
  • Professional Instruction and Care Provided
  • Additional Sibling Only $175
  • Located at The Governors Charter Academy
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6th - 8th Grade Students

Engineering Design
$ 205 Per Week Monday - Friday
  • 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Professional Instruction and Care
  • Breakfast & lunch included.
  • Additional Sibling Only $175
  • Located at The Governors Charter Academy
  • Course Content Specific for Older Students
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2022 Summer Schedule and Weekly Themes

Each Link Below Will Take You Directly to the Sign up Form for That Week

Located in Tallahassee at Governors Charter Academy

Camp Information and Details

Young Engineers Tallahassee– Camps Programs open our doors to anyone who loves to experience, experiment, but especially, enjoy Lego construction. An experimental and challenging learning occasion with games and scientific experiments that visualize natural phenomena and the forces acting around them. Our camps have dozens of cool and exciting activities.

Our camps are led by experienced S.T.E.M. educators. Our team approach implements creativity, teamwork, critical thinking, and innovation into each day’s activities. Camps are offered by grade completed to children in Kindergarten- 8th graders.

In this Camp, children will learn the laws and concepts of the world of science, math, and engineering through a combination of learning and challenging construction experience.

Weekly Activities Summary

As a Young Engineer, campers will explore the exciting and imaginative world of STEM. Our camp will allow the children to problem solve, think critically, and use their imagination as well as creativity.

Kindergarten – 2nd grade: Each week the campers will explore lesson topics related to the theme by constructing motorized Lego models, fun science experiments, STEM arts & crafts, outdoor games, the science of gardening and the natural world, and team building activities. Campers will be introduced to agriculture and farming techniques through hydroponics and aquaponics production systems by engaging in hands-on activities centered around food and life cycles.

3rd grade – 5th grade: Campers will learn coding and robotics at an introductory level combined with lessons from each week’s theme. Introduces participants to the world of robotics through understanding the basics of mechanical engineering, and the basics of coding including algorithm planning, formulation of pseudo code, flow charts, programming, sensor applications, calculation commands. Introduces the participants to the world of robotics through a hands-on and fun educational experience. Campers will be introduced to agriculture and farming techniques through hydroponics and aquaponics production systems by engaging in hands-on activities centered around food and life cycles.

6th grade – 8th grade: Campers will experience Engineering challenges and Spiral Method activities using a more complex programming structures even with no prior coding experience. Campers will engage in an incredible range of programmable robotic projects, explores the world of robotics from a professional engineering perspective. By emphasizing programming solutions, our students create more sophisticated robots. This encourages the comprehensive learning of science, technology, mechanical and software engineering, and math (STEM). Campers will be introduced to agriculture and farming techniques through hydroponics and aquaponics production systems by engaging in hands-on activities centered around food and life cycles.

Bring lunch and snacks. Younger children should bring a change of clothing if needed.

Campers will be Introduced to STEM.
Science camp for many young children is an opportunity to be introduced to many various topics of science. From environmental science, earth science, astronomy, and biology. This exploration will instill confidence to embark on a journey through the world of science. Students may use science camp to discover what a specific science-related career would be like, or to meet mentors and role models in the field.

For all students, science camp can be the opportunity to explore a branch of science that might not be available in their school, like marine biology or aeronautics, or to cover a topic more in depth than they would otherwise be able to.

Our Science Camp includes introductions to historical figures in STEM, storytelling, build motorized Lego models, team building activities, in-depth independent and critical/creative thinking activities. The full day will also encompass comprehensive introduction of our three different learning methods: Problem Based Learning, Product Based Learning, & Project Based Learning. Masks and social distancing will always be practiced.

We encourage campers to Bring lunch and snacks. Younger children should bring a change of clothing if needed.

Students who attend Governors Charter Academy will be eligible for a discount.   

COVID 19 Updates
We follow the recommended CDC guidelines. To be socially responsible to our campers, staff, and our guests, Young Engineers Tallahassee will be strictly enforcing the following health and safety requirements to mitigate the spread of COVID-19:

ü  Masks must be worn indoors.

ü  Social distancing will be followed.

ü  Sanitizer will be available in all classrooms.

ü  All staff and campers will be instructed to use hand sanitizer while in the classrooms.

ü  Anyone with a fever will not be allowed to remain at camp. A child’s temp is considered elevated at 100.4.

ü  Any camper who becomes ill at camp will be isolated from other campers and parents will be called to come pick them up immediately.

ü  Staff will assist campers with proper hand washing techniques.

ü  Doorknobs and handles are cleaned with a disinfectant throughout the day.

Young Engineers Tallahassee Science Camp is offered to children by grade completed by June 11, 2021. Children must be at least 5 years old by June 1, 2021. If you would like your child in a different grade, then please fill out our “Underage Waiver” and email it to Tallahassee@e2youngengineers.com.

 

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850-815-7056
Tallahassee@e2youngengineers.com
P.O. Box 10126 Tallahassee, FL 32302