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This year we are offering several creative and exciting workshops for children ages 7-14 that will inspire their inner scientist.   The SUNY Oswego STEM SUMMER CAMP offers parents flexibility to choose morning, afternoon, or full day sessions.  All of the sessions will be held in a fun and relaxed setting at our beautiful lakeside campus.  

Students who attend both morning and afternoon sessions will have a supervised lunch/free time period.  Students are required to bring their own lunches.  

Morning Options $139
(9:00am-12:00pm) - Choose One

Coding And Robotics

Using the BloxesEDU platform students will learn by doing!  Both sides of the brain will be engaged as students use their creative and analytical skills to imagine, write, create characters, design, and ultimately develop their own interactive video games. 

Using Dash, Dot, and Cue robots, the class will bring the magic of coding and robotics to students.  Using the power of play to activate learning, participants will dream up adventures then bring their imaginations to life by creating code for a robot.  

MeeperBOTS and CS First Coding

Bring your Legos to Life! If you like building Lego creations, coding, and robots, you will love meeperBOTS. Students will build their ownLego design, attach it to their meeperBOT, code it to move around, and remote control their creation. 

Using Google CS First, students will create music videos, build interactive music displays, build fashion-themed programs like fashion walk or pattern maker, and learn basic video game coding using Scratch, a block-based coding language. 

Afternoon Options $139
(1:00pm-4:00pm) - Choose One

LEGO Robotics WeDo Original

Programming is an important part of 21st century learning. Learning how to program using LEGOs and WeDo 2.0 software students will sharpen logical reasoning, pattern recognition, and modeling simulation skills while  having fun, being creative, and working with friends.  The course teaches programming in fun, engaging, and intuitive ways and  introduces computational thinking and engineering principles.

Ozobot and CS First Coding

Learn the basics of programming with Ozobot!  The little robot, Ozobot, has small light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for brains and  color sensors that recognize color patterns you draw on paper to control it's actions. Students train their Ozobot to go through a maze or race it with other robots in a paper hamster wheel. Students who want a challenge can use block-based coding to program Ozobot to move and light on their command.  

Using Google CS First, students will create music videos, build interactive music displays, build fashion-themed programs like fashion walk or pattern maker, and learn basic video game coding using Scratch, a block-based coding language. 

Morning Options $139
(9:00am-12:00pm) - Choose One

LEGO Robotics WeDo Original

Programming is an important part of 21st century learning. Learning how to program using LEGOs and WeDo 2.0 software students will sharpen logical reasoning, pattern recognition, and modeling simulation skills while  having fun, being creative, and working with friends.  The course teaches programming in fun, engaging, and intuitive ways and  introduces computational thinking and engineering principles.

Ozobot and CS First Coding

Learn the basics of programming with Ozobot!  The little robot, Ozobot, has small light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for brains and  color sensors that recognize color patterns you draw on paper to control it's actions. Students train their Ozobot to go through a maze or race it with other robots in a paper hamster wheel. Students who want a challenge can use block-based coding to program Ozobot to move and light on their command.  

Using Google CS First, students will create music videos, build interactive music displays, build fashion-themed programs like fashion walk or pattern maker, and learn basic video game coding using Scratch, a block-based coding language. 

Afternoon Option $139
(1:00pm-4:00pm) - 

Stop Motion Animation and Green Screening

With the gift of stop motion animation, you are able to see a fluid presentation of an animated film, video or commercial. You often have no idea of the countless hours and staff involved behind the scenes to move each character step-by-step and frame-by-frame. Welcome to the world of stop motion animation!  In addition to the stop animation students will learn how to use green screening to create special effects in their movies.

For More Information Contact

SUNY Oswego 
Division of Extended Learning

151 Marano Campus Center 
Oswego, NY 13126
Phone 315.312.2270 | Fax 315.312.3078 
extlearn@oswego.edu