You don’t have to be an advanced engineer to build a robot—kids create bots that walk, dance and even swim at this interactive camp. Children put together nine different robots throughout the week, whether they opt for sail cars and coin flippers in the Robot World program or motor boats and light-up shoes in a Robot Adventure session. All materials are provided, so little tinkerers can build the best bot possible, and they get a break for lunch and fresh air—they even venture out for short field trips to test their creations outside or embark on a scavenger hunt. If the coed sessions aren’t for your little chick, check out two special girls-only camps from July 11 to 15 at the Brooklyn location and Aug 1 to 5 in Manhattan. Each session is aimed at a specific age group, so check the website for a detailed schedule. Extended hours are available for an additional fee. Ages 7–10.
|Venue name:||Brooklyn Robot Foundry Camps||Contact:|
303 Third Ave
|Cross street:||between First St and Carroll St|
|Transport:||Subway: R to Union St|