Code Ninjas Summer Camp

Code Ninjas offers fun and rewarding coding camps for kids ages 7-14. Camps include:

Game Builders' Club: Build your very own video game from the ground up using your own art work (or ours) combined with the coding skills that you learn at camp.

STEM Activities and Snap It Together: Sharpen your mind and have fun at the same time with engaging STEM games and activities.

Code Drones: (Drone is included in this program.) Program and fly your own drone in our Code Drones camp, and the best part is you get to keep the drone at the end of the week!

Browse & Build: Create your own website and build video games entirely in code!

RoboPRO: Build and learn robotics through a series of fun activities with our Ninja Toolbox!

Hack Attack! Hack your way to victory in this competitive camp, where students will fix broken games and master play-testing and bug-fixing logic!

Beginning JavaScript: Learn the basics of JavaScript in one week. Have fun playing games and learning to code.

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 3-7
June 10-14
June 17-21
June 24-28
July 15-19
July 22-26
July 29-Aug. 2
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