4 STEM Camps Kids Will Love - Family Traveller (USA)
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STEM camps (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) can be both a fun and useful experience for your children. They teach the young participants to solve problems, think logically and be creative. The hands-on experiences involved with STEM activities will enrich them with valuable knowledge and develop necessary skills. Young techies will get inspired at these awesome programs.

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Microsoft

Kids can unleash their inner Bill Gates at free summer coding sessions hosted at Microsoft stores nationwide. Dedicated experts assist in developing computer science skills ranging from Coding 101 to robotics engineering. Microsoft's free reading and STEM workshops for ages six and up use the latest Microsoft technology to build confidence for participants of all skill levels.

California Science Center

This L.A. institution has hands-on camps with classes for pre-K up to 10th grade. Kids can delve into topics like Fantastic Physics and Drone Zone. The center offers more than 30 courses, including popular parent-and-child classes that give families a chance to investigate science together. The Hands-On Science Camp staff consists of education professionals and working professionals in science fields.

iD tech

For over 20 years, this company has paved the way in STEM education, introducing a relevant, in-demand curriculum to set students on long-term skill development pathways. iD Tech's mission is to create life-changing tech experiences that embolden students to shape the future. They offer extensive coding programs with more than 150 U.S. and international locations. Ages 7+ are invited to unlock their computer science potential. 

Engineering For Kids

At Engineering for Kids, all programs are designed to let kids discover how things work. They offer classes, competitions, events, field trips, camps and more. Their camps are held in the summer, winter and spring for full or half days. Some of the benefits that kids experience, in addition to STEM learning, are teamwork, motivation and decision-making skills.

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