Here is a list of the top local coding camps in Toronto!
The STEAM Project aims to prepare youth for a world that increasingly demands scientific and technological innovation, thoughtful design, and a focus on empathy.
Their programs support and foster imagination and creativity by providing youth with hands-on experiences and skill development using new and emerging technologies that enable limitless possibilities for design and invention.
The collaborative solution-focused STEM camps offer young children and teens a fulfilling camp experience with top notch industry professionals, hands on STEM (Science,Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) teachings, healthy nutritious lunch options, outdoor off-screen time, field trips, new friendships and lots of surprise treats throughout the Technology STEM summer camp weeks.
Digital Media Academy (DAA) offers a great hands-on technology education for kids, teens and adults. DMA provides tech camps and STEM courses at various locations across Canada.
In Toronto DMA offers a variety of STEM courses for kids and teens, covering topics like video game coding, java programming, robotics, filmmaking, and more. Students can create their own animation sequence, design a wearable tech outfit, build their own laptop, or 3D print something awesome, all while learning important 21st-century skills like teamwork, leadership and critical thinking.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Camp is a not for profit day summer camp for children aged 5 to 13, providing fun and accessible way for children to explore their sense of wonder through structured, hands-on experiences and learning opportunities. Children collaborate with each other to explore and solve problems using creativity and ingenuity. STEM Camps are offered in over 40 locations across Ontario, more than 10 in the GTA area.
Hatch Canada Camps is a premier STEM camp for kids. They teach coding in a unique project-based approach and create experiences for kids that will last a lifetime. Nothing Hatch does is average. Hatch Camps are extraordinary programs that create lifelong memories and teach new skills that open doors for kids and provide them with the tools required to succeed in the 21st century knowledge economy.
MakerKids runs kids summer camps, after-school programs and parties on Robotics, Coding and Minecraft. But what they're really all about is helping kids develop the skills and confidence to become innovators, inventors, and entrepreneurs. Graduates of their programs have started their own businesses, presented their projects on national TV, and been featured in magazines. What will your child create?
The Cube School offers a technology-driven environment where creativity and innovation converge. Their focus is in 4 primary disciplines: Coding, Robotics, Video Game Design, and Specialized programs geared towards media and other relevant technology subjects. Their camps are engaging, giving our students the chance to try different disciplines in week packed with fun and learning!
A technology school designed to train young people in grades SK-12 in Coding & Robotics. Based on the collaborative learning & design thinking paradigm, their Camps & Programs prepare students for the 21st century transferable skills while strengthening their technology acumen. Join Kids Code Club & Teens Code Club, where imagination is put to work to design, build & innovate.
ICE Robotics offers 25+ STEM based courses for kids age 5 years plus. Students build, test and program autonomous robots/ circuits. To keep track of learning experience and evaluate it we offer take home worksheets and a final exam at the end of the course.
We hope you find some super fun coding and STEM camps for your kids here in Toronto! Cheers to a safe and happy summer!
For a complete listing of summer camps ideas including schedule information and pricing, head to our summer camps listing page. Local camp providers add new camps & classes to our website daily, so we have 100+ camp schedules that you can easily filter through based on age, interests, and specific dates.
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