Codeverse Boston Is Opening!

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Codeverse coding camp Boston - Boston Moms

It is never too early to start thinking about summer. It may still be chilly outside, but those warm-weather, school-vacation months are just around the corner! And with the thought of summer vacation comes a question: What are the kids going to do during those months off?

Codeverse is the answer!

Codeverse coding camp Boston - Boston MomsThis cutting-edge, fully interactive coding studio is opening a Boston location at the Burlington Mall in summer 2020!

What exactly is Codeverse, you may ask?

Codeverse is the world’s first fully interactive coding studio and technology platform for children ages 6 to 13, offering weeklong camps, weekly classes, and weekend parties. At this state-of-the-art studio, kids will learn how to code using KidScript — a proprietary language drawing inspiration from JavaScript, Ruby, Python, and Visual Basic that enables children to build mobile games, projects, and apps. In addition to app and game development, kids learn how to program cutting-edge technology featured within the studio, including concert-hall lights and speakers, and a 20-foot TV wall!

Camps and classes are led by guides.

Codeverse coding camp Boston - Boston MomsCodeverse guides come from a wide range of backgrounds! Among them are K–12 certified teachers, improv comedians, seasoned designers, engineers, and game developers. This diverse mix of backgrounds, skillsets, and experiences creates a dynamic, fun, and engaging learning environment for kids!

Each guide is equipped with an iPad to display real stats on how every student is progressing through the self-guided and adaptive curriculum. Guides then use the data to craft a personalized approach to learning to code for each individual student.

Kids receive achievement pins and digital badges.

As they demonstrate their comprehension of coding concepts, learn to control physical objects (using code) within the studio, and build unique apps and games, students earn badges and pins. These are displayed on the Parent Portal, where parents gain real-time visibility into their child’s progress and can view all badges earned by their child!

2020 Summer Camps at Codeverse Boston

From video game creation and robotics to 3D printing and circuitry, Codeverse camps are packed with hands-on STEM activities that are fun and engaging for every tech-loving kid.

The Codeverse studio is a futuristic, digital wonderland. Every aspect — from the furniture to the hardware — is designed to encourage play, inspire creativity, pique curiosity, and promote collaboration.

Codeverse coding camp Boston - Boston MomsWhen your child attends a Codeverse camp, they embark on many educational adventures. Weekly themes include studio programming, coding, robotics, 3D printing, circuitry, and game development. Students also get to embark on excursions to area businesses throughout the week to see coding in action!

To cap off their exciting week, campers have the opportunity to show off their coding creations to family and friends during Demo Day, a fun celebration that is held every Friday afternoon during camp!

What is included in Codeverse Camp?

  • All coding, robotics, 3D printing, and hands-on STEM activities

  • Allergy-free lunches, beverages, and snacks

  • Guided, organized excursions to nearby businesses 

  • Complimentary early drop off at 8 a.m./late pick up at 4 p.m.

Codeverse is the first of its kind and sure to be a thrilling summer adventure for tech-savvy kiddos and newcomers alike! Don’t miss your opportunity to register for this exciting new camp! 

Register for Codeverse Summer Camp here. Camps run weekly from 6/22–8/28. Families that register before 6/1/2020 save $100 off the cost of registration!

Codeverse Boston

The Villages at Burlington Mall :: 75 Middlesex Turnpike, #3040 :: Burlington, MA 01803

 

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Deanna Greenstein
Deanna is a mom of five (yes, five) children, who lives in Brockton with her small circus of kids, her husband, their dog Penny, and a few cats. Her life is loud, energetic, mostly fun, often gross (did she mention four of those kids are boys?), and she wouldn't have it any other way. In between carting kids to school, baseball, gymnastics, guitar, dance, track and field and every other kid activity known to mankind, she works as a school bus driver for the city of Brockton, and is the Director of Religious Education at the Unity Church of North Easton, a Unitarian Universalist congregation. Deanna also holds degrees in Elementary Physical Education and Dance Education, which she plans to put back into use one day. At parties, Deanna can often be found hanging out with family pets. She follows her children around with a camera like the paparazzi, is pretty sure that 97% of her blood stream is made of coffee, and her laundry is never done. You can also find her blogging at https://eighteenmoreyearsofburpsandfarts.wordpress.com