Robotics Camp (Ages 9 to 13)
All summer camps for 2016 have now ended. The following details will be updated for the 2017 season in spring.
New to the Peterborough Museum & Archives, we are excited to introduce Robotics Camp with Roger Reynolds to our Summer Camp line up, for children aged 9-13!
This unique one week camp is designed to foster your child's problem solving skills and creativity as they are introduced to the world of Robotics! During the course of the week campers will build and program robots that will compete in a Sumobot challenge at weeks end. This camp will also include an introduction to computer coding, a skill that will help your child develop logic, cooperation and communication as they become empowered to develop their own video games. Spaces are limited in this specialty camp, register early to reserve your spot!
This is CBC documentary film called "Code Kids." At min 16:45 it describes what we will be covering during Robotics camp!
Roger Reynolds is a qualified teacher who is passionate about science and physical education and enjoys sharing his passions with children. Roger's camps are always exciting and the PMA is thrilled to have him return for Autumn Discovery
July 4-8th 2016 ( Mon-Fri) Code: 64474
August 22-26th 2016 ( Mon-Fri) Code: 64475
9 to 13
Camp programs run from 9 AM to 4 PM daily. Drop off is between 8:45- 9:00 AM, and pick up is from 4:00-4:15 PM.
3 Ways to Register:
1. In person at the Peterborough Museum & Archives
2. By telephone (VISA, Mastercard, American Express): 705-743-5180
3. Online, using RecServe
All programs take place at the Peterborough Museum & Archives and make use of the Museum Galleries and Classroom and the child-friendly Museum Grounds ( which now include a fabulous new accessible playground structure).
What to Bring
A snack, drink and appropriate outdoor clothing. The Museum promotes a nut free environment.
Personal Health Forms
This form will be kept on file and only needs to be completed once each year. The form can be picked up at the Peterborough Museum & Archives or downloaded and should be submitted to the Museum by the first day of camp.
Please notify the instructor about any health or behavioral concerns you may have regarding your child's participation in Summer Discovery. The Museum has a protocol for Anaphylactic shock and a parental clearance form is required if your child has suffered a suspected concussion.
In the course of all program activities, photos may be taken and audio and/ or visual recordings may be made. The Peterborough Museum & Archives reserves the right to use all photographs and videos of all our programs, participants, special events and facilities for promotional purposes.
Refunds may be requested up to 5 business days prior to the program. An administration fee of 10% of class fees will be withheld, with a minimum fee of $5. No refunds will be granted once the program has begun.