Thank you for your interest in campMODA 2014
This summer we’ll offer the LEGO Robotics Camp that kids love so much, but we’ll also offer camps in which kids learn about design for social impact and camps in which kids use Minecraft to learn about architecture.
LEGO Robotics Camps at Georgia Tech
Want your child to do something unique and absolutely cool?
How about building and designing robots using LEGOs?
At campMODA, students 6-14 years old learn basic robotic engineering, programming principles, and science, technology, engineering and math concepts while having fun in the stimulating environment of the Georgia Tech campus!
Your child’s natural curiosity and ingenuity will help them envision possibilities and develop innovative solutions to difficult technology problems.
Building Quest: Architecture through Minecraft
Does your child love Minecraft? Does your child aspire to be an architect?
At our unique summer camp, Building Quest, kids ages 8-12, will explore different styles and types of architecture, like Greek temples, Roman amphitheaters, Egyptian pyramids, medieval cathedrals, or modern houses. They’ll practice building structures in those styles in the Minecraft world, while also learning principles of architecture and engineering. Finally, they’ll use their newly honed skills to design their own buildings and to 3D print models that can be taken home.
Design Camp for Middle Schoolers
In conjunction with our upcoming exhibition, Design for Social Impact, MODA is offering summer camps that provide Middle Schoolers (rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders) with the opportunity to explore those questions, while learning how to go from idea to object through hands-on projects and conversations with local designers.
Help Kids Attend campMODA!
campMODA offers scholarships to children who would be otherwise unable to attend the LEGO Robotics Experience. You can help a child have this experience by donating to our campMODA Scholarship Fund. Your donations are tax-deductible and will help metro-Atlanta children improve their science, technology, engineering and math skills. Click here to make a contribution.