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RADICAL ROBOTS CAMP Each day campers will experience a different STEM-related experiment or other hands-on activity. Martin Hall Monday, June 12 – Friday, June 16, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Boys & Girls, Grades 3–6, Ages 8-12 $125 During the course of the week, campers will plan, build, program and run a Lego Mindstorm robot on the FIRST Lego League tournament table. Activities include making elephant toothpaste, building catapults, making “bristle bots,” two-liter rockets and more! Campers will be led by members of the FIRST Team 1741 Red Alert Robotics from Center Grove High School, an award-winning robotics team created in 2005. Sharon Baxter at dscbax@yahoo.com

ROBOTICS ACADEMY Using a small robot, campers will learn fundamentals by programming their robot to navigate a series of obstacles using on-board sensors.

GRAND CAMP: AN INTERGENERATIONAL DAY OF PLAY One-day event filled with games that the grandparent might have enjoyed as a child as well as games kids play today. Grands and kids will intermingle during the various games to have fun and learn from each other. The second half of the day will involve the grands and their young partners interviewing each other about life, their hopes and dreams, fears and favorite things. UIndy Health Pavilion Thursday, June 15, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Boys & Girls, Grades 1–6, Ages 7–12 & their grandparent(s)/grand-friend $50 a pair with $10 for an extra friend The Day of Play will bring together young and old for a day of fun, conversation and memory making. This camp will help to bridge the generations through fun, shared activities, storytelling and play. Amy Magan at amagan@uindy.edu or 317-791-5933

YOUTH DIGITAL – MOD DESIGN Week-long day camp focusing on technology , creativity and critical thinking

Martin Hall

UIndy Health Pavilion

Monday, June 12 – Friday, June 16, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Monday, July 10 – Friday, July 14, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Boys & Girls, Grades 9-12, Ages 14 and above

Boys & Girls, Grades 3–8, Ages 8–14

$275

$450

The Arduino platform has energized tinkerers by allowing anyone to program an electronic device to do nearly anything you can imagine. The camp will culminate in a series of timed challenges to find the best robot.

Kids learn the foundations of Java™ to create their own totally custom mod! Campers will use pro development software Eclipse learn all the fundamentals of coding including instantiation, methods, parameters, loops and more to create their own mod.

Paul Talaga at talagap@uindy.edu or 317-788-3514

Rachelle Merkel Diaz at diazr@uindy.edu or 317-791-5946

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