Like all of our education programs, campMODA teaches kids to use design thinking in combination with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art/design, and math) skills to solve problems and address challenges. campMODA is offered at a variety of locations each summer in half-day and full-day sessions that are a week long. Half-day camp sessions are also offered over holidays and breaks when many schools are closed.
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Summer Break Camps
In this Game Design camp, young designers work on MODA’s creative design server to learn the skills necessary to craft on a larger scale. Campers will design in teams, practicing designer mindsets to create a mini-game that they will test on other teams at the end of camp.
Working in teams, young designers will learn to think like urban planners as they explore what makes cities beautiful, liveable, and sustainable. Then, they’ll design cities for their Hexbug using LEGO bricks, littleBits electronic circuitry modules and sensors,and other materials from MODA’s design cart.
Join us for a morning of fun and learning as we use LEGO robotics to design, build, and program robots that can take on real-world challenges.
Scavenge through washed thrifted items provided by MODA and use conductive thread and batteries to hack your fashion and electrify your design!
This winter, young designers will learn to tell stories and to think in motion. From storyboarding to set design to filming, campers will organize themselves into film production crews and collaborate to create a movie trailer using stop motion animation.
Learn to use two CAD programs to design skyscrapers and futuristic houses! Campers will sketch and render their buildings in Tinkercad and SketchUp.