If your kids are into technology, why not invest in their future so that they become creators and innovators of technology? We invite your kids to join us for 2 days of intensive coding for web design and game design. We will introduce coding concepts using basic easy to learn activities. Then we will go beyond the basics and tackle more challenging tasks that focus on coding in HTML and JAVA for Web Design and Game Design.
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- Friday, June 2nd 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm (Web Design)
- Saturday, June 3rd 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (Video Game Design)
- Sunday, June 4th 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (Robotics)
With technology being such a driving force in our modern day society, there is a huge need to bring more technology & STEM based programs to the community. The Kids Tech Boot Camp is a 3 day program launched by Travis A. Reeves and Nakita Coates (founder of Tech Time Academy) to educate the youth in Atlanta on web design, video game design, and robotics. Some of the material that will be covered will be educating the students on HTML tags, how to style your website using different colors and fonts, and how to add content to your website such as paragraphs, links, images, and Youtube videos. Continue reading “3 Day Tech Boot Camp”
Do your kids love to explore? Allow them to join us for our STEM DAY SLIME FEST on May 21st from 2-4pm. We will have some amazing activities, music, snacks, and a lot of technology & STEM exploration! Our Slime Fest will allow them to be creative with colors, textures, glitters, and more. Be sure that your child wears clothing that you do not mind … Continue reading STEM Day Slime Fest – May 21st
School is out, and we are inviting your kids to join us for a summer of Technology fun and discovery! Register your kids for our Summer Time Technology Program for a journey into creativity and discovery. We welcome kids ages 5 -13 for all of our Camps: Technology & STEM activities from 9am-4pm daily. Drop-off between 830-9am. Scholarships available, call for details.
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