We will be closing registration June 12 for our camps beginning June 17 and running through June 22 (Animal Safari K-2 Robotics and Super Heroes Stop Motion and Comic Books) so be sure to register soon to secure your spot. This is a perfect camp for beginning coders. We introduce campers to simple coding in our Animal Safari camp for rising K-2 graders. We are offering this June 17-22 in Wilson and July 22-26 in Rocky Mount.
Build a Robotic Theme Park is almost sold out for Wilson so secure your spot soon if you are interested in that camp for your rising 3-6 grader. This camp is super fun for engineers and designers. We work together as a team to build an awesome camper designed robotic theme park.
June 17-21 at Imagination Station in Wilson for Rising K-2 Graders
— Animal Safari K-2 Robotics and Storytelling Camp (9 am to 12 pm)
— Super Heroes K-6 Stop Motion Video and Comic Books Camp (1 pm – 4 pm); open to K-6 grades. Will challenge accordingly.
July 22-26 at Imagination Station in Wilson for K-6 students
— The Magic of Coding (full-day Harry Potter themed and experiential learning camp for rising 2-6 graders)
August 5-9 at Imagination Station in Wilson for Rising 2-6 graders
— The Magic of Coding (full-day, AIG Girls, Harry Potter themed and experiential learning camp for rising 2-6 graders)
Rocky Mount Camps
July 15-19 at ECU/NC State University Collaborative in Rocky Mount on NC Wesleyan College campus for K-6 students
— The Magic of Coding (Harry Potter themed STEAM camp) — Rising 3-6 graders
July 22-26 at ECU/NC State University Collaborative in Rocky Mount on NC Wesleyan College campus for 3-6 students
— Animal Safari Robotics and Storytelling (K-2 students)
— Design and Build a Robotic Theme Park
We are really excited for our inaugural Magic of Coding camps. Those are for AIG students and STEAM focused students. We welcome all students and students with IEPs and students on the spectrum. Our instructors are certified special education teachers.
We do want to note that this camp is very experiential learning heavy. So be prepared to have hands-on, minds-on learning experiences through the lens of STEAM and the Arts (Arts Integration). Students will conduct chemistry experiments and have daily chemistry labs throughout the week with Imagination Station faculty. We will also take a deep dive into WeDo 2.0 coding, Scratch and the Kano Harry Potter wand experimenting with building and programming robotic brooms. It is sure to be fun learning adventure.
Two field trips (Wilson camps)
— Play muggle quidditch in the Spinning Forest (Whirligig Park).
— Visit the “Berry Bots All Flavored Bean” machine at Kruger’s Candies and pick up a few samples. We’ll visit Kruger’s Candies for vomit and earswax taffy making demo and learn about the gears in the taffy machine (physical science).