Held at Concordia University
IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO DREAM BIG. JOIN iD TECH MINI!
It’s never too early to get excited about technology! Young children ages 6-9 can explore programming, Minecraft game design, robotics, or graphic design. iD Tech Mini was designed with aspiring innovators in mind, offering fun, half-day (AM or PM) and full-day sessions. Even at young ages, it’s important to engage students in tech education, teaching problem-solving, collaboration, and innovation skills. Join this energetic, kid-friendly learning environment that emphasizes creativity, exploration, and friendship. Your child will receive nurturing, personalized instruction that takes place in small clusters of only 8 campers per instructor—guaranteed
At the iD Tech Mini Maker Station, kids build if-then thinking, spatial reasoning, and problem solving skills through supervised play. They’ll experiment with toys from littleBits, ThinkFun, Roominate, Makey Makey, and GoldieBlox. GIve your child early-education STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) instruction that sets the foundation for a better understanding in all school subjects: from geography and science to math and technology. Weeklong sessions are an incredible value and start at just $399.
iD Tech Mini is Held at Campuses in 4 States:
These weeklong camps are held at UC San Diego, Lasell College (Boston area), Eton School (Seattle area), The Town School (NYC), University High School (Irvine), Mayfield Junior School (Pasadena), and Palo Alto High School (Bay Area).
THERE ARE 5 iD TECH PROGRAMS:
iD Tech Camps (weeklong for ages 7-17)
Alexa Café (weeklong, all-girls for ages 10-15)
iD Tech Mini (weeklong, half-day options for ages 6-9)
iD Programming Academy (2-week, pre-college coding boot camp for ages 13-18)
iD Game Design & Development Academy (2-week, pre-college game dev academy for ages 13-18)
Camp Type: Academic
Age of Campers: 6 to 9
Weekly Rate: $351 - $500
Year Founded: 1999
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