Summer Day Camp

STEAM For Your Future INC will be offering all day summer camps beginning June 17th and running through the last week of Summer. 


Hours of operation will be Monday through Friday from 8:20 AM until 6:30 PM. 


Each day at STEAM's Day Camps includes a morning snack, a Subway® Box Lunch, an afternoon snack and plenty of outdoor time to be sure all students get their daily dose of sunshine. 


STEAM's Summer Day Camps are available to students entering 1st grade through students entering 6th grade.  

June 24-28

2019

Elementary Robotics Camp

The Elementary Robotics Summer Camp is a perfect introduction to robotics for students. Students will learn scientific principles as they code & program robots to do what they want them to do. 

$225


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July 1-5

2019

3D Printing Camp

Students will bring the characters and objects straight out of their imaginations to 3D life. Utilizing computer programs, 3D printers and 3D Printing Pens, students will design, build, test, perfect, re-print & assemble things they've only imagined. 

$225


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July 8-12

2019

Video Production & Claymation Camp

Another week with TWO camps!

The first part of this camp will be our Video Production Camp. Although the digital age has almost entirely eclipsed old school film, the art of filmmaking has never been easier to start learning. During this camp, students learn about the history of film including tech advancements, as well as the variety of genre branches. Tablets in the tech are becoming increasingly prevalent, so students film and edit using only a tablet!

The art of composition is also a topic that is covered in Video Production Camp. From storyboarding, the rule of thirds, to lighting and audio,  each shot must be worthy of the final production. Daily activities build upon previous knowledge and the camp culminates in a final film project, which they show off with pride at the film festival held on the last day of this portion of the camp week.

In this hands-on, integrated curriculum approach students gain both technical skills in video filming and editing while learning about the historical significance of film and the elements of story telling. 


The second part of this camp will be our "Claymation Camp" . 

What do Wallace and Gromit, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and James and the Giant Peach all have in common? They’re claymation characters who have captivated the world with the magical realities they bring to life! Tap into the incredible practice of stop-motion film production and learn the technique from the ground up. Claymation Camp contains everything students need to create their own, individual movies, including top-quality clay, fun-to-use software, adorable cameras and amazing curriculum that turns anyone into a filmmaker.

Through cumulative daily projects, teamwork, technological literacy and a little bit of movie-making magic, you’re sure to win awards at the film festival held the last day of camp!

$225


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July 15-19

2019

Animated Video Camp / Traveling Artist Camp

In the first section of this camp, students will learn everything they need to create animated videos. The fully-featured animation software has been specifically designed for ease of use and will suit all ages from five and above. Children of all ages can be creating their own stop motion films using the award-winning HUE HD camera, a flexible plug and play USB camera with built-in microphone. The innovative, versatile design of the camera allows limitless positioning options perfect for filming an animated movie. Both fun and educational, students create their own stop motion films to save and share with you after they get home.


In the second section of this camp, students will survey the world of art by carving totem poles in the Pacific Northwest, crafting Aztec masks in the heart of Mexico and experimenting with the artistic traditions of history. In this thrilling camp, students get creative examining the STEM processes that make art possible, like the delicate balance of water tension involved in Japanese Suminagashi paper or the cultural traditions and paleontology of Chinese “dragons”.  In Traveling Artist Camp, students will explore the different cultures of the world through the depth of their history, legacy and incredible works of art!


$225


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July 22-26

2019

Scratch Camp / Science of Super Powers Camp

In the first section of this camp, animation and basic computer programming are combined in state-of-the-art teaching software developed and maintained by MIT. Scratch is continually being updated by the brains at MIT to encourage young students to combine creativity and logic with fun, animated activities. This camp utilizes the Scratch software and developed a series of exciting projects that walks students through basics and eventually challenges them to build their very own interactive storyboard with voice,video, animated characters and more. Students will see the world of computer programming in a whole new light with this camp and Scratch’s drag-and-drop interface that encourages authentic student discovery and growth.


The second section of this camp will cover the Science of Superpowers. Many of the world’s most famous superheroes modeled their identities after creatures with unique abilities by using engineering and design techniques. Students will be given an opportunity to dissect these skill-sets and uncover the science behind such super skills. With 12 hands-on lessons, biology, engineering, and technology concepts are discussed through the lens of comic book heroes!

Not only does this camp explore the science aspect of superpowers, but dives into what makes a true hero in the community. Who in your local community is a hero and what do they give back to the community like a superhero does? Sometimes heroes are as close as the room next door. Through collaboration and a community awareness students identify these real-life role models!

$225


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July 29-August 2

2019

Elementary Robotics Camp

The Elementary Robotics Summer Camp is a perfect introduction to robotics for students. Students will learn scientific principles as they code & program robots to do what they want them to do. 

$225


Register Now

August 

5-9

2019

Video Production & Claymation Camp

Another week with TWO camps!

The first part of this camp will be our Video Production Camp. Although the digital age has almost entirely eclipsed old school film, the art of filmmaking has never been easier to start learning. During this camp, students learn about the history of film including tech advancements, as well as the variety of genre branches. Tablets in the tech are becoming increasingly prevalent, so students film and edit using only a tablet!

The art of composition is also a topic that is covered in Video Production Camp. From storyboarding, the rule of thirds, to lighting and audio, each shot must be worthy of the final production. Daily activities build upon previous knowledge and the camp culminates in a final film project, which they show off with pride at the film festival held on the last day of this portion of the camp week.

In this hands-on, integrated curriculum approach students gain both technical skills in video filming and editing while learning about the historical significance of film and the elements of story telling.

The second part of this camp will be our "Claymation Camp" .

What do Wallace and Gromit, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and James and the Giant Peach all have in common? They’re claymation characters who have captivated the world with the magical realities they bring to life! Tap into the incredible practice of stop-motion film production and learn the technique from the ground up. Claymation Camp contains everything students need to create their own, individual movies, including top-quality clay, fun-to-use software, adorable cameras and amazing curriculum that turns anyone into a filmmaker.

Through cumulative daily projects, teamwork, technological literacy and a little bit of movie-making magic, you’re sure to win awards at the film festival held the last day of camp!

$225


Register Now

August 

12-16

2019

Art & Sculpting Week

This camp gives students 5 action packed days covering lessons in painting, drawing, sculpting & much more. You student will bring home beautiful works of art for them to proudly display at home! Utilizing the skills and methods of professionals, your student will learn that anyone can express themselves through the amazing medium of art. 


$225


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August 

19-23

2019

3D Printing Camp

Students will bring the characters and objects straight out of their imaginations to 3D life. Utilizing computer programs, 3D printers and 3D Printing Pens, students will design, build, test, perfect, re-print & assemble things they've only imagined. 

$225


Register Now

August 

26-30

2019

Bridge Building Camp & Ocean Exploration Camp

Bring STEM concepts to life with K'NEX® Education! This camp is designed to assist students in their study of the history, function, structural design, geometry and strength of bridges. They will also investigate concepts related to the physical properties of materials and their application in the placement, design, and construction of bridges. At the end of this section of the camp, students will take scrap pieces of cardboard and paper to design their own bridges from scratch utilizing the methods they have learned and see how much weight each bridge can hold!


Part two of this camp covers Ocean Exploration. Oceanic Exploration Camp takes students on a journey from the tropics to the poles, from the great river deltas to the Mariana Trench. Build an arctic food web. Simulate adaptation in coral reefs. Bring the California sea otter back from the brink of extinction. Track great white sharks across the open ocean.

Why is there so much variety? What makes one ocean ecosystem different from another? Hands-on activities help students to discover the physical and geological systems that underpin all ocean life: density, buoyancy, heat transfer, plate tectonics, and the water cycle.

$225


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September 

3-6

2019

Simple Machines Camp

Let imaginations run wild as students discover the exciting applications of mechanical engineering! Starting with step-by-step builds to introduce each of the simple machines, learners eventually advance their way to constructing creations of their own. They investigate levers, pulleys and inclined planes, and enhance critical thinking skills while building upon existing knowledge every day of camp. Participants learn the importance of engineering and how it influences today’s society while being amazed at the structures designed and created during Simple Machines Camp!

$225


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