2020 Virtual Summer Camps with Titan Robotics

Since we had to cancel our in-person summer camps due to the spread of COVID-19, we decided to bring our content to you. While we know this won't be the same as our traditional camps, check out the resources below for a small preview of what we would have done this summer, including experiments, crafts, and lessons based on our 2020 camp themes!

Happy campers giving a thumb's up!

Introduction to Java Programming

Recommended for grades 5-9

July 27-31 | 10AM-11:30AM

Campers will progress from the basics of Java programming to a final project of their choosing, incorporating the skills they learned throughout the week. Lessons will be taught live and resources will be posted online, making this camp great for beginners! Register here by July 26th to secure your spot - we can only accept a maximum of 10 campers!


Intro to Engineering and Robotics

Recommended for grades K-2

Resources posted the week of August 3rd!

The Intro to Engineering camp is an interactive camp that will introduce young students to the basics of engineering such as simple machines, the physics behind various structures, and more. Each day, we will have 2-3 activities that you can do at home with your camper along with explanations of the science behind these activities. We will be sending out videos every day with the correlating lessons and will also have office hours at 2 pm each day for any questions. Register here by August 2nd to secure your spot!


Explosions, Collisions, and Catapults!

Recommended for grades K-2

Resources posted the week of August 3rd!

Campers will learn about several different elements of physics including chemistry, kinematics, and projectile motion. Lessons will be videos posted daily with additional support if necessary! Register here by August 2nd to secure your spot!


LEGO Mindstorms

Recommended for grades 3-5

Resources posted the week of August 10th!

Campers will work through video lessons at their own pace while using the block coding website Scratch. Over the course of the camp, they will design, code, and test their own virtual robots in the style of Lego Mindstorm Robots, including sensor use. This camp is recommended for grades 3-5, although it is open to students of all ages and no knowledge of Scratch is required! No live component is included, so this is a great activity for those desiring a flexible schedule.


Rocketry

Recommended for grades 3-5

Resources posted the week of August 10th!

Titan Robotics Rocketry camp is out of this world! This camp provides fun and informative activities to teach about the science of rockets and their functions. Campers will watch videos, play virtual games, and have a blast! To work through this camp at your own pace, visit this powerpoint and follow the instructions on the slides!


Due to the unusual circumstances, we have decided to make all of our summer programs entirely free and available to anyone who is interested. Our primary goal is, as always, to provide accessible STEM opportunities to our community, and this seemed like the best way to accomplish our goal. However, if you would like to help us create even more opportunities in the future through a donation to our team, please support us with PayPal. Thank you for your contribution!