Kids Teach Tech Summer Camps!

In Kids Teach Tech Week Long Full Day Summer Camps, students learn to code their favorite video games. These fun and exciting Camps are created by Youth for Youth with plenty of personal attention to ensure every student succeeds. 

All classes are Monday-Friday: 10am-3pm (lunch hour 12pm-1pm). Students learn coding concepts, complete a website or video game coding project, then create a custom project of their own, with help from Kids Teach Tech teachers.

Camps are completely free for students in families that are financially challenged or members of Kids Teach Tech. Contact us directly for alternate registration. Donation Fee for each 1 week, 20 hour camp is $25. 

Contact us with any questions on Joining Kids Teach Tech, Financial Assistance, or these camps at [email protected] or (650) 265-7871. Please register quickly, since space is limited. 

Camp List

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Seth Bonder Camp with U.C. Berkeley Engineering and Georgia Tech

June 21st to 25th Public Zoom

(20 hours total) - U.C. Berkeley Engineering and Kids Teach Tech are thrilled to offer the Seth Bonder Camp - a fun Superhero themed Virtual Engineering Camp where Students will learn exciting Concepts involving some of the world's greatest challenges. Students will use Snap Programming for the many hands on activities. No experience is required. Students must be rising 6th through 12th graders. This camp is Free of cost and will prioritize admission for underrepresented students, but is open to all. It is offered in partnership with Georgia Tech and Urban League of Greater San Francisco Bay Area. See a video with more details from another year's Seth Bonder Camp at Georgia Tech here:  https://sethbondercamp.isye.gatech.edu/

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Build Your Own Website Camp

July 12th - 16th 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm PST on Zoom

Join Kids Teach Tech on Zoom for a Fun and Exciting Live Online Camp with plenty of personal attention for learning Coding. Pricing is $25, but free for anyone with financial challenges. 

Students ages 9 and up learn essential programming concepts with Bootstrap Studio, a web development program. Using a combination of drag and drop and css, students will learn to create a website. Once students finish the website, Kids Teach Tech Teachers will help them create their own take home website.

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Pacman Game Coding Camp

July 26th - July 30th 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm PST on Zoom

Join Kids Teach Tech on Zoom for a Fun and Exciting Live Online Camp with plenty of personal attention for learning Coding. Pricing is $25, but free for anyone with financial challenges. 

(20 hours) Students ages 10 and up learn essential programming concepts with Scratch, a platform developed at MIT. Using drag and drop in a simple block-like interface, students will create the Classic Game "Pacman", in which the Pacman attempts to eat all the pellets before the enemies defeat him. Once students finish their Pacman project, they will create their own games with help from the Kids Teach Tech Teaching Team. This was the student favorite from last summer, so space will fill up quickly!

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Crossy Road Camp using Scratch Programming

Join Kids Teach Tech on Zoom for a Fun and Exciting Live Online Camp with plenty of personal attention for learning Coding.

Students ages 9 and up learn essential programming concepts with Scratch, a platform developed at MIT. Using drag and drop in a simple block-like interface, students will create the classic game "Crossy Road" where a chicken attempts to get to a finish line avoiding obstacles like cars and trains. Once students finish their "Crossy Road" project, Kids Teach Tech Teachers will mentor them to create their own projects, which they will present to parents in the Symposium on the last day.

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Space Explorer Camp using Scratch Programming

Zoom

Join Kids Teach Tech on Zoom for a Fun and Exciting Live Online Camp with plenty of personal attention for learning Coding.

Students ages 9 and up learn essential programming concepts with Scratch, a platform developed at MIT. Using drag and drop in a simple block-like interface, students will create the game Space Explorer, in which they defend a rocket from asteroids, aliens, spaceships, and more as it travels from one planet to another. Once students finish their Space Explorer project, Kids Teach Tech Teachers will mentor them to create their own projects, which they will present to parents in the Symposium on the last day. 

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Tetris Camp using Python Programming

Zoom

Join Kids Teach Tech on Zoom for a Fun and Exciting Live Online Camp with plenty of personal attention for learning Coding.

Students ages 10 and up learn advanced Python coding concepts, and then build a classic "Tetris" video game where you stack shapes and try to clear lines. Once students finish their Tetris project, Kids Teach Tech Teachers will mentor them to create their own projects, which they will present to parents in the Symposium on the last day.