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STEAM Well Balanced &  Game Making Scratch 

Ages: 6 - 11                                    Skills Level: Beginner - Advance
Timing: 9:00 AM  - 3:30 PM                Tools: Math and English as per grade, Game Making with Scratch

                 Progressive curriculum week by week  
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Overview of the week


Morning Camp(9 - 12 pm) - Academic Math and English

Afternoon Camp (12 - 3:30 pm) - Game Making - Scratch 


Morning Camp(9 - 12 pm) - Academic Math and English

Afternoon Camp (12 - 3:30 pm) - Game Making - Scratch 


Morning Camp(9 - 12 pm) - Academic Math and English

Afternoon Camp (12 - 3:30 pm) -    Game Making - Scratch 


Morning Camp(9 - 12 pm) - Academic Math and English

Afternoon Camp (12 - 3:30 pm) -    Game Making - Scratch 


Morning Camp(9 - 12 pm) - Academic Math and English

Fun Friday - Movie, Icecream + Cookie

STEAM Well Balanced

Well-balanced Camp - This camp is very well balanced camp with academics (prepare child for next grade level) and STEM Education + STEAM Art Project + + Extra curricular and Physical Activities. We have a delightful opportunity and atmosphere where your child can embark on English, Math, Sciences, Technology, Engineering, work like a inventor (Campers should brings the lunch and snacks). 

- STEM Science projects

- Technology and Engineering project

- English - writing

- Grammar and Reading, Vocabulary

Math - for next grade including word problems

- Be Inventor - think like one 

- Maker Space Projects

- Confidence building

Morning Kids will work on Academics and kids will working on Invention project, Maker Space projects. 

Code & Design Games - Scratch

Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century. Learn drag-and-drop programming with Scratch (a project of the MIT Media Lab) to build your logical and problem solving skill, without worrying about the syntax error. Who knows what programming language will be in demand when a student will be required to use it, but Logical and problem solving skill will be always common with any language. 

Scratch is a Kid-Friendly Programming Languages where children can program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world. As children create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically.


The ability to code computer programs is an important part of literacy in today’s society. When people learn to code in Scratch, they learn important strategies for solving problems, designing projects, and communicating ideas.

In this camp, we have six levels:-

- Level 1

- Level 2

- Level 3

- Level 4

- Level 5

- Level 6


As student progress, Students will be working on various games and animation like Space Quest, Dress Up, Space conqueror, Hide and seek, Starfish Choir, Maze solver, Ping Pong, many more..

Sample Day

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Camp Hours and Daily Schedule

09:00 AM  Check - in

09:15 AM  Math - as per grade

10:30 AM  Morning break (campers bring snacks)

11:00 AM  English - as per grade

11:45 AM  Clean-up & review

12:00 PM  Lunch (campers bring lunch,  parent can order Hot lunch from us)

01:00 PM  Game making with Scratch 

02:30 PM  Afternoon Break (campers bring snacks)

02:50 PM  Game making with Scratch

03:30 PM  Pickups

3:30-6:00  Extended care available

Camp Key Elements 


  • STEM based curriculum on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics

  • Camps curriculum is designed from beginner to advanced level

  • Hands-on experimental and exploratory study

  • kids will learn strategies for “Critical Thinking, Lateral Thinking, Problems Solving, Designing Projects and Communicating Ideas”

  • They will discover basic physical science concepts such as gears, pulleys, levers, and wheels and axles

  • Students will be assigned with projects according to their grade and skills.

Register for Camp

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