Code Ninjas of Wildwood Summer Camps

Transform your child's love for technology into an exciting learning adventure! Guided by our team of Code Senseis, Code Ninjas camps empower kids to gain valuable tech skills and make new friends. It's an unforgettably fun learning experience! Code Ninjas Wildwood is offering 9 different camps for ages 5-14! Each camp highlights different areas in the world of coding. All camps are 5 days long and run from Monday - Friday. Pick one option for a half-day camp or two choices to make it a full day program. Seats are limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

JR camps are designed for our youngest Ninjas ages 5-7. These camps inspire kids to become creators through hands-on STEM projects and dive into the world of game design using Minecraft® and Roblox®.

Camps for ages 8+ offer your kids the chance to uncover their creativity. They are designed to keep our Ninjas engaged, challenged and learning! Highlights to our camp lineup are Ninja Robotics with LEGO®. This camp tasks Ninjas to design and build their own robots! Roblox World Creators camp teaches Ninjas how to build and explore new worlds. Future Minds AI Academy explores the fundamentals of AI development, and our Become a YouTuber camp lets kids create their own YouTube channel!

Code Ninjas Wildwood is a world where the kids write the code! You don't want to wait, seats are limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Morning camps are held 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Afternoon camps are held 1 to 4 p.m.

Before and after care are available.

Camps are held June 10 - August 9 (no camp the week of July 4th).

Camps include: Roblox World Creators, Minecraft Modding Masters, Ninja Robotics with LEGO, Creative Design Studio, Become a YouTuber, JR Inventors Workshop, Block Builders Aventure Camp (with Roblox & Minecraft), Future Minds AI Academy, Ninja Robotics with LEGO, and Dojo Design and 3D Printing.

Learn more and sign up at

Camp Details
16747 Main Street
Wildwood, MO 63040
United States
Extended Care: Yes
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