Summer Camps at NanoBeasts are Fun and Affordable

NanoBeasts are offering summer long camps for ages 6 to 10. Please join us and learn over the summer from fun and exciting hands-on projects. Summer camp courses at NannoBeasts are progressive with grade appropriate projects to connect the dots between classroom learning and real life experiences. Please follow us on Facebook to see what NanoBeasts are offering!

NanoB Builders

Ages: 7-9, Cost: $99, Code: SB709
Dates:6/8-7/27 (Thu), Time: 5pm to 6pm

Explore and create simple machines

and mechanisms reflecting real world

engineering and technology using Lego

educational kits. Helps to build engineering

vocabulary: gears, axles, pulleys, levers,

motor and transmission of motion. Class

focuses on Lego building skills to explore

numerous creative STEM projects.




NanoB Coders

Ages: 6-8, Cost: $120, Code: SC608
Dates: 6/9-7/28 (Fri),Time: 6pm to 7pm

In this workshop kids learn to code

using Scratch. Scratch is programming

language developed by MIT media lab.

Kids learn how to program and share

their programmed stories, games and

animation via interactive media. Coding

with Scratch is interactive, creative and fun.




Fun Electronics Projects

Ages: 8-10, Cost: $120, Code:SE810
Dates: 6/7-7/26(Wed),Time: 5pm to 6pm

Introduction to basic electronics using colorful

Little Bits. This camp is designed to help kids

think logically with variety of projects to explore

electronics. Different motors, and sensors to

learn STREAM principles. Projects includes:

become magician, cool off in hot days,

NanoBeasts my friend, my puppet show and

peek a boo using Little Bits.




Jewelry Making

Ages: 7-9, Cost: $99, Code: SJ709
Dates: 6/5-7/24 (Mon), Time: 5pm to 6pm
This class teaches basics about beaded
jewelry. It focuses on selection of beads,
colors, and beading materials. This class
teaches simple beaded designs of
earrings, bracelets, and hair accessories.

 

 




STEM with NanoBeasts

Ages: 8-10, Code: SR810,  Cost: $209
Dates:6/5-6/9 (Mon-Fri), Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Hands on projects using science, technology,

engineering, and math. Cutting edge

research projects using STEM. Project

based learning and hands-on activities

focusing applied science and

technology, applied mechanics

and applied math and technology.

 




Raspberry Pi

Ages: 10+, Cost: $269, Code: SPI100
Dates:6/12-6/16 (Mon-Fri), Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

This camp covers setting up RPi, IoT for

STEM related projects using various sensors

RPi interaction using terminal, instrumentation

with RPi, Python programming for IoT, math,

and games.

Note: Cost for this camp covers  $60 kit 

including Rpi 3B, SD card, and some

electronics for projects

 




Lego Explorers Unit 1

Ages: 7-9, Code: S7901,  Cost: $201
Dates:6/19-6/23 (Mon-Fri), Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Explore and create simple machines and

mechanism reflecting real world engineering

and technology. Helps to build engineering

vocabulary: gears, axles, pulleys, levers,

motor, and transmission of motion. Class

is designed to inspire and develop problem

solving, critical thinking and fundamentals

of engineering.




Lego Explorers Unit 2

Ages: 8-10,  Code: S7902,  Cost: $225
Dates:6/26-6/30 (Mon-Fri), Time: 9am to 12pm

This class focuses on WeDo programming

skills. LabVIEW based graphical programming

language for robotics beginners. Simple drag

and drop software with icons to learn the first

step in programming world.

 

 




Lego NanoB Challenge

Ages: 9-12, Cost: $209, Code: SL912
Dates: 6/26-6/30 (Mon-Fri), Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

This camp is designed to have your building skills

tested each day. Kids work in a small team

of three and build different design robots every

day. Kids spend two hours building their robots

and one hour to compete with other team robots

to test their robot design and building skills. EV3

based Lego robots used for this camp.

 

 




Lego Sensor Programming Unit 1

Ages: 10-13,  Code: S1013-1,  Cost: $269
Dates:7/10-7/14 (Mon-Fri), Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

This class focuses on motor and sensor

based programming with a computer to

move, react, make sounds, follow the

line to solve challenges using sensors.

This class includes three sensors: color,

touch and IR sensor.

 




Arduino Projects

Ages: 10+, Cost: $269, Code:SA100
Dates: 7/17-7/21(Mon-Fri),Time: 9am to 12pm

Learn how to automate your room light,

design an electronic toy, decorate with

various pattern of LED lighting, learn

how to program stepper and servo

motor etc.  This workshop  covers basic

electronics, Ohm’s Law, C language to

a level that student can program Arduino.

 Fire up your creativity and have fun learning

about programming electronics and spend

meaningful summer break with NanoBeasts.




Lego Sensor Programming Unit 2

Ages: 10-13,  Code: S1013-2,  Cost: $269
Dates:7/17-7/21 (Mon-Fri), Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

This class focuses on motor and sensor

based programming with a computer to

move, react, make sounds, follow the

line to solve challenges using sensors.

This class includes three sensors: gyro,

temperature and light.

 




NanoBeasts Two Weeks Math Camp

Grade: 4-8 Cost: $125, Code: SM913
Dates: 7/10-7/20 (Mon-Thu), Time: 8am to 10am, 10am to 12pm

NanoBeasts proudly announce two

math camps for kids entering 4th and

5th Grade and kids entering 6th, 7th

and 8th grade. The camp is from July10-

July20, from Monday to Thursday for

two weeks. The tuition is $125 per

student.

Classes: There will be two classes

an elementary class and a middle

school class. The elementary class

will focus on probability and statistics,

geometry, fractions and problem solving.

The middle school class will be focusing

on geometry, advanced geometry and

probability. Class capacity is 15 students.

 8am to 10am: 6th, 7th and 8th

10am to 12pm: 4th and 5th

 


Build Your 3D Printer

Ages: 10+, Cost: $435, Code: S3D10

Dates: 7/24-7/28 (Mon-Fri),Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

In this workshop, each student will build a

3D printer frame, learn about electronics

and electrical circuit hook ups, deploy the

firmware for the control, learn CAD software

for the printing, and finally take home the

3D printer.