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Learn Cool Stuff at campMODA this Summer!

Kids who attend campMODA design cool stuff while improving their science, technology, engineering, and math skills. It’s tons of fun!

In 2015, MODA will offer a variety of design camps to be held in three different locations:

 

LEGO Robotics Camps

Offered at Georgia Tech and at The Lovett School, our LEGO Robotics camps are great for kids ages 6-12 who want to learn basic robotic engineering, programming principles, and science, technology, engineering and math concepts.

For more information, click here.

 

Building Quest: Design through Minecraft

Offered at Georgia Tech and at MODA, our Building Quest: Design through Minecraft camps offers kids ages 8-12 to use design, math, creativity and critical thinking to create awesome constructions in Minecraft and to take home 3D prints of some of their favorite builds.

 For more information, click here.

Gadgets and Devices: Innovating with the Great Inventors

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Offered at Georgia Tech, our Gadgets and Devices camps teach kids 8-12 about the remarkable machines designed and built by great innovators like Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo, Michelangelo and others. As you study their devices and build your own, learn how these designers solved difficult problems by inventing gadgets and devices that could dive deep under the sea, lift heavy objects high in the air, see into the far reaches of the universe, and fly through the sky.

For more information, click here.

littleBits & Bugs Circuitry Camps

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Offered at MODA, our littleBits Circuitry Camps gives kids 8-12 an easy and powerful way to prototype and learn with electronics. Using littleBits electronic modules that snap together with magnets, they can create anything!

For more information click here.

 

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.