Code Ninjas Summer Camp

Code Ninjas offers fun and rewarding coding camps for kids ages 7-14. Camps, in which enrollment is limited, include:

Become a YouTuber! Campers will advance both their coding and vlogger skills as they create a complex Scratch, MakeCode, or Roblox game and accompanying video tutorial to be uploaded to their own personalized YouTube channel.

Building a Beat Music Coding Camp: Ninjas will learn the basics of music and programming as they create their own music with code through a program called Sonic Pi.

Code Your Own Arcade from Scratch: Ninjas become game builders for a week at Code Your Own Arcade from Scratch camp! They will learn computer science concepts by creating various Scratch games — such as Block Stacker, Catch Cats, Dodgeball, and Red Light, Green Light — and develop their own original game.

DIY Website: Build Your Own Fan Page! Campers will gain a foundational understanding of HTML, CSS, and Javascript to combine these essential computing languages for creative website development. By the end of the DIY Website: Build Your Own Fan Page! camp, ninjas will design, develop, and present their own website!

Minecraft Create. Dream up and design your own Minecraft world! Zombies, purple trees, and flying pigs – oh my! 

Minecraft Modding: Modify Minecraft using JavaScript and create new gameplay experiences like skeletons that shoot lightning!

Roblox Create. Spark your imagination and explore game concepts through Roblox, no matter what your level - from beginner to expert!

Roblox Royale. If you like playing Fortnite, you'll love building your own battle royale game in Roblox!

Program & Play in Python. Build an awesome game in the Python programming language and share it with the world!

Full-day and half-day camps are offered. Learn more at codeninjas.com >

 

Camp Details
636-851-9634
2955 Highway K
O'Fallon, MO 63368
United States
Extended Care: Yes
Camp Weeks
June 7-11
June 14-18
June 21-25
June 28 - July 2
July 6-9
July 12-16
July 19-23
July 26-30
August 2-6
August 9-13
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