Registration for Apple Camp, Apple's FREE Three-Day Summer Camp, is Open Now!
If you've got an 8-12 year-old interested in STEM or movie-making, hurry up and run to the nearest computer; Apple has just opened registration for its free three-day camps. Located at different Apple store locations in the Delaware Valley, these camps won't last long and are 100% free, so we wanted you to be the first to know!
Choose one of three different camps at an Apple store near you, Creating Characters and Composing Music, Stories in Motion with iMovie, or Coding Games and Programming Robots. Each of these camps is available at the King of Prussia store, Suburban Square store, Walnut Street store, Willow Grove Park store, and more. Each camp focuses on something different.
Creating Characters and Composing Music:
Kids will learn to create their own stories through drawings and sound. This camp involves sketching characters and scenes with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. Kids will also compose a track with GarageBand and bring their story to life using vocals and by adding finishing touches.
Stories in Motion with iMovie:
Kids can turn their ideas into real movies in this three-day camp. They'll learn how to brainstorm and storyboard and gain hands-on moving-making skills like learning camera angles and editing with iMovie.
Coding Games and Programming Robots:
Kids 8-12 will get an interactive introduction to coding through game-play. They'll learn visual-based coding by solving puzzles with Tynker. They'll also learn how to program Sphero robots and even create fun stories with Sphero as the main character.
Remember, these camps won't last long, so hurry up and sign up while you can to give your kid an amazing and FREE opportunity this summer!