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Marble Runs, Simple Machines, and Rube Goldberg(Full as of 4/19/2021)

June 1-4

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 2nd-3rd Graders

$250

Students will create a complex machine to complete a simple task using simple machines and robots.

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The ultimate STEAM camp, students will work to solve problems with simple machines, like shuttingthe door (and not cooling the whole neighborhood!). Rube Goldberg was an engineer turned Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist. His machines are the foundation of engineering solutions all over the world. This weeklong camp will expose students to puzzles and problem solving through a great range of tools, machines, technology, possibilities, teamworkand instructor encouragement. Campers will face a final challenge to design a solution using simple machines and robotics.

Design has no limits! 2021-22 VEX IQ Competition Camp (Full as of 3/15/2021)

June 14-18

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 6th-8th Graders

$295

Students will work to build a robot that will compete in the 2021-22 VEX IQ Challenge

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How high can you stack your risers? How far can your robot shoot that ball? Who will score the fastest? This exciting camp will focus on the VEX IQ 2021-22 Competition. Campers will work in teams to design, build, and program an original robot to compete in the new game and challenge fellow campers. We will focus on the engineering design process, engineering notebooks, and game strategy. Students will get a jump start on the season and take their knowledge back to their coach and school in August.

Homage to Habitats

June 14-18

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 1st-2nd Graders

$295

Students will research and create habitats using robots including Dash & Dot and VEX GO.

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Calling all animal lovers and environmental enthusiasts! Join us for a week of learning all about different kinds of habitats! Campers will research and create a habitat of their choice. We will use various technologies like Dash and VexGo to create our own habitats and the animals that live in them.

Natural Disasters: Save the Ocean, Save the World!

June 21-25

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 7th-8th Graders

$295

Students will work with robotics to clean up an oil spill.

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What impact do you have on the environment? What threats do humans have on natural resources? Are you inspired to be part of the solution? What solution will you create to save marine life from the threat of an oil spill? Campers will brainstorm through exciting teamwork challenges and the engineering design process to save marine life from an oil spill using Virtual Reality and Sphero robots to create, contribute and learn solutions to real life problems. The final challenge....camperswill apply what they learn, to compete in a race to save marine life from the 2021 Beard Eaves Oil Spill.

Dash and Dot take Loops and Trots!

June 21-25

Parker Hall

Rising 5th-6th Graders

$295

Students will learn to code with Dash, Dot, and Que.

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Conditionals and variables will make leaving Dash after camp unbearable! This week be packed full of learning how to code using Dash and Dot robots from Wonder Workshop. Students will create a game to learn conditionals, create a new dance to learn loops, and work with challengec cards to code with variables. We will end the week with getting to know Dash and Dot's cousin, Que and its many personalities! Come join us for a great week of coding!

Up, Up, and Away! Flight and Drone Camp

June 28-July 2

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 5th-6th Graders

$295

Students will learn the dynamics of flight, build paper airplanes, and learn to fly drones.

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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s aerodynamics! Have you ever dreamt of sitting behind the cockpit of an airplane and manning your own flight? If so, join us for a week of hands-on science labs and engineering explorations of the four forces of flight. Throughout the week, we will learn how things go up (and stay up) in the air. Each participant will build their very own self-propelled airplane that really flies. For the grand finale? You will learn to fly a drone through an obstacle course to complete a very important mission. So have a seat, buckle up, and take off this summer with SCORE as we go up, up, and away!

Imagine, Plan and Create - Makerspace Camp

July 5-9

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 8th-10th graders

$350

Students will use a Makerspace to create an original product and get to keep about $100 worth of materials including a Raspberry Pi and accessories.

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This weeklong camp Makerspace Camp will expose students to problem solving through circuits, robotics (design, coding, and programing), 3D modeling design and many other design processes. The camper’s imagination will be the only limits to what will be created during this week of learning and building fun. No prior experience is needed for campers to grow in the world of maker concepts such as programming, robotics, engineering, and design using multiple tools such as Raspberry Pi’s, Micro:bits, 3D printers and more. You can create your solutions and all students will receive a Raspberry Pi kit to take home at the end of camp.

2021-22 VEX IQ Competition Camp

July 12-16

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 4th-5th Graders

$295

Students will work to build a robot that will compete in the 2021-22 VEX IQ Challenge

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How high can you stack your risers? How far can your robot shoot that ball? Who will score the fastest? This exciting camp will focus on the VEX IQ 2021-22 Competition. Campers will work in teams to design, build, and program an original robot to compete in the new game and challenge fellow campers. We will focus on the engineering design process, engineering notebooks, and game strategy. Students will get a jump start on the season and take their knowledge back to their coach and school in August.

*Cancelled*VEX Robotics VRC Team Camp

July 18-22

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

open to VRC teams

$495/Residential and $350/Commuter

Teams will come together to prepare for the 2021-22 VRC Competion. Students must attend with their team and coach. If you will be commuting, please email jss0007@auburn.edu for a discount code.

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Are you a member of an amazing VEX team? Is your VEX VRC team on the edge of a championship? Are you ready to get a jump start on the new 2021-2022 game challenge? This camp is for your team! Campers will design, build, and program their robot to compete in the new game. We will focus on the engineering design process, engineering notebooks, and game strategy. The best part is that campers and their coaches will return to their schools with a completed robot and the initial trial and error steps done. Each team will leave the week ready to compete. Parents who wish to choose the commuter option will need to email jss0007@auburn.edu for a discount code.

3D printing and Design Camp (Full as of 3/15/2021)

July 26-30

Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum

Rising 5th-8th Graders

$295

Students will learn the basics of 3D printing.

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Calling all future engineers! Are you interested in designing, programming and producing a 3D model of your creation? SCORE 3D printing camp will show you how to go from concept to product using Tinkercad and state of the art 3D printers. Campers will work in teams to solve an everyday problem. They will use the engineering design process, CAD modeling, and 3D printers, in an exciting hand on work with cutting edge technology. What can you create?

*Cancelled*Virtual Camp Option - Scratching the Surface - Beginner Camp

July 26-30

Virtual Camp Option; 9am-11am

Rising 4th-5th Graders

$199

Students will learn Scratch coding.

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Do you want to create your own videos? Are you interested in digital animation? Would you like to explore the world of computer programming? Through a VIRTUAL FORMAT, campers will gain experience using the SCRATCH program to code, create and share projects. Scratch is a user-friendly custom programming application that allows campers to create their own animation projects by moving blocks of code. Students must have their own computer and a stable internet connection to participate.

*Cancelled*Virtual Camp Option - Scratch Meet Up (Intermediate Course)

July 26-30

Virtual Camp Option; 1pm-3pm

Rising 5th-6th Graders

$199

Students with some Scratch experience will get intermediate course instruction.

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Do you want to create your own videos? Are you interested in digital animation? Would you like to explore the world of computer programming? Through a VIRTUAL FORMAT, campers will gain experience using the SCRATCH program to code, create and share projects. Scratch is a user-friendly custom programming application that allows campers to create their own animation projects by moving blocks of code. Students must have their own computer and a stable internet connection to participate.