ATomic

by Skyrock Projects + MIT english

ESL Friendly
Summer Camp

For kids going into grades 4-6

Available locations:

Daan | Neihu | Guangfu
Renai | Taida | Xindian

length

1-3 weeks

focus

 STEAM + English

Class Size

14 students

English Level

ESL beginner

ATomic STEAm by Skyrock & MIT English Schools

Ignite a passion
for science & language

Hands-on STEAM

1 week course

NTD 14,500

Payment 1 due today

NTD 3,900

Payment 2 due 30 days before start date

NTD 11,600

Bonus: *$1,500 ntd material fee included

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July 18-22 Hands-on STEAM
July 25-29 Hands-on STEAM

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July 25-29 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 1-5 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 22-26 Hands-on STEAM

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July 25-29 Hands-on STEAM
July 4-8 Hands-on STEAM

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July 4-8 Hands-on STEAM
July 25-29 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 1-5 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 22-26 Hands-on STEAM

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July 4-8 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 1-5 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 22-26 Hands-on STEAM

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July 11-15 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 1-5 Hands-on STEAM
Aug 22-26 Hands-on STEAM

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Coding & Robotics

2 week course

NTD 29,000

Payment 1 due today

NTD 5,800

Payment 2 due 30 days before start date

NTD 23,200

Bonus: *$3,000 ntd material fee included

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July 4-15 Coding & Robotics
Aug 1-12 Coding & Robotics

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July 4-15 Coding & Robotics
Aug 8-19 Coding & Robotics

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July 11-22 Coding & Robotics
Aug 8-19 Coding & Robotics

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July 11-22 Coding & Robotics
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July 18-29 Coding & Robotics
Aug 8-19 Coding & Robotics

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Taiwan's #1 STEAM curriculums

Everything kids will make & learn at summer camp 2022

Course curriculum: Hands-on STEAM

This curriculum introduces kids to making things with their hands and tinkering with materials to build amazing creations. Together with skilled instructors, your child will learn how to use electrical components, craft materials, and their creativity to complete fun science and engineering projects and challenges. 

With a range of mechanisms and electrical components that move, light up, and make noise, kids gain STEAM skills by learning how past technologies are built. Kids also learn to combine these concepts with DIY tools and materials to invent new things of their own! 

Some of the things we will make:
- A color-changing LED night light
- A race car with motors and gears
- A buzz wire game
- A glowing fish that lights up with electricity
- A 3D turning sculpture with cams
- An exploding egg rocket

Some of the things we will learn:
- How to use tools and craft materials safely
- How to think like an inventor
- Engineering and physics concepts

Questions? Chat with our admissions team.Existing customer? Enroll now.

Course curriculum: Coding & Robotics

This curriculum builds on the computer science basics students learn in the G1 Coding program. We will move onto more advanced coding platforms such as MakeCode, developed by Microsoft, which uses block-code and typed code, easily converting back and forth between them to help students transition more smoothly to coding exclusively by typing. 

In this program, teachers will emphasize and reinforce the fundamental computer science skills, challenging students to use their creativity to remix their code to make their games and projects more interesting and complex. As students graduate from block-code, they will learn Python, a popular and versatile programming language used even by expert programmers at Google! 

Some of the things we will make:
-Interactive games
-Remakes of classic video games
-And more

Some of the things we will learn:
-How to create algorithms to solve problems. 
-How math and physics apply to code in the form of position, velocity, acceleration and gravity. 
-What the underlying code looks like in a block-code.

Questions? Chat with our admissions team.Existing customer? Enroll now.

Course curriculum: Hands-on STEAM

This curriculum introduces kids to making things with their hands and tinkering with materials to build amazing creations. Together with skilled instructors, your child will learn how to use electrical components, craft materials, and their creativity to complete fun science and engineering projects and challenges. With a range of mechanisms and electrical components that move, light up, and make noise, kids gain STEAM skills by learning how past technologies are built. Kids also learn to combine these concepts with DIY tools and materials to invent new things of their own!

Some of the things we will make:
- Interactive games that keep the score
- Mazes that are tricky to navigate
- Powered machines
- A robot dog
- A robotic hand

Some of the things we will learn:
- How to decompose and recognize patterns
- How to use loops and nested loops to solve puzzles
- How to create sequences and algorithms
- How to code for events based on different inputs that appear in a puzzle
- Engineering concepts behind motors
- Technical engineering concepts

Questions? Chat with our admissions team.Existing customer? Enroll now.

Course curriculum: Coding & Robotics

If your child is interested in learning how to code, or if you would like for them to learn coding in a creative and interesting way, then this coding camp is a fantastic choice. Together with skilled coding instructors your child will get some logic training, learn about loops, and conditionals while making games and solving puzzles that were built with code. We won’t just solve the puzzles; we will think about the code that was used to make them! This is a great starting point for children with limited digital literacy skills but would like to improve them so they can use a computer like a pro!

Some of the things we will make:
- Interactive games that keep the score
- Mazes that are tricky to navigate
- Powered machines
- A robot dog
- A robotic hand

Some of the things we will learn:
- How to decompose and recognize patterns
- How to use loops and nested loops to solve puzzles
- How to create sequences and algorithms
- How to code for events based on different inputs that appear in a puzzle
- Engineering concepts behind motors
- Technical engineering concepts

Questions? Chat with our admissions team.Existing customer? Enroll now.

Course curriculum: Mars Survival Guide

Mars Survival Guide Campers will take a closer look at the tools we will need to conduct experiments and build safe habitats on Mars. We will practice tools of the mind, tools of the hand, and tools of technology to complete this mission! MEGA Campers will build use the 4 Ps: Passion, Projects, Peers, and Play, to make sure our time on Mars is done in the Skyrock Way!

Some of the things we will make:
- Simulate colonization through agriculture.
- Electrolysis on the martian ice caps to form oxygen
- A robot arm using gears and pneumatics
- A model spacecraft
- Machinery for payload pickups
- A robot arm to pick up samples from Mars
- A Mars lander simulation

Some of the things we will learn:
- Newton’s 3rd Law of Resultant Forces
- How to get into orbit from Earth’s surface
- How to use acceleration to simulate gravity
- Complex engineering and robotics concepts
- Kepler’s Second Law to model the orbits of planets
- Why NASA sends rovers to Mars

Questions? Chat with our admissions team.Existing customer? Enroll now.

Course curriculum: Ocean Task Force

At Skyrock we believe that if one thing is certain, it's that the future of our planet is going to need some out of the box thinkers to solve some extremely complex environmental issues. To make sure our oceans are cleaner, safer and used in a sustainable way, we need the skills of Skylock's OCEAN TASK FORCE to help protect our aquatic wonderland. At Skyrock, the future is now! Using STEAM skills to think sustainably, Micro Kids in Ocean Task Force will dive deep into ocean science and learn about engineering underwater by using the 4 Ps: Passion, Projects, Peers and Play.

Some of the things we will do:
- Dissect fish and investigate anatomical adaptations.
- Investigate the science of ocean acidification
- Create a mesocosm
- Engineer a solution for the collecting plastics
- Explore Artificial Intelligence
- Build a MakeCode Arcade game project

Some of the things we will learn:
- How to grow bacteria
- How to safely use surgical tools
- How a sustainable life cycle in a closed system works
- How to draw and animate characters with code
- How plastics harm the ocean environment
- How to reuse recycled materials

Questions? Chat with our admissions team.Existing customer? Enroll now.

Course curriculum: Rainforest Rangers

At Skyrock we believe that if one thing is certain, it's that the future of our planet is going to need some out of the box thinkers to solve some extremely complex environmental issues. To make sure our forests are healthier, safer and used in a sustainable way, we need the skills of Skylock's RAINFOREST RANGERS to help protect our vibrant forests. At Skyrock, the future is now! Using STEAM skills to think sustainably, students in RAINFOREST RANGERS will tackle the tough challenges of environmental disasters by experimenting with future technologies to solve problems. At Skyrock even the most serious issues will be solved using our 4 Ps: Passion, Projects, Peers and Play.

Some of the things we will do:
- Grow our own plants and experiment with soil
- Build windmills that outputs kinetic energy
- Create a visual representation of the rainforest
- Code a rainforest game in Makecode
- Bring the Mayan calendar to life

Some of the things we will learn:
- How energy transformation occurs
- How we capture energy and turn it into electricity
- Why renewable energy generation is important
- How to apply the scientific method
- How to use conditional logic
- How sustainable architecture works
- Why deforestation is happening
- Use of technology in the ancient world

Questions? Chat with our admissions team.Existing customer? Enroll now.

Frequently asked questions

How do I sign up?

1 > Visit the program page that's right for your child:
a. Skyrock STEAM for Advanced EN: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2-4, Grades 5-6
b. Atomic STEAM for intermediate EN: Grade 1, Grade 2-3, Grades 4-6
2 > Select the week, location, and date that's right for you.
3 > Use our online checkout system to reserve by paying a 50% deposit.

What are the payment terms?

1 > Reserve by paying a 50% deposit using our online checkout system.
2 > Pay the remaining balance 30-45 days before the camps begins.

What happens if the Covid-19 situation worsens and the classes cannot run in-person due to lockdown?

In the event of lockdown, Skyrock will provide the class online and the deposit can be used against the cost of the online program. For those customers who do not wish to attend the online camp, their deposit can be kept in Skyrock credit for use against a future Skyrock class or camp.

Does my child need any coding experience to attend?

No, all Skyrock students begin their STEAM learning journey by studying the fundamentals first. We provide the devices on site.

Is Skyrock a school or a program?

Skyrock is a STEAM learning program, we are not a school. We design our own curriculum materials. We train our own teachers as well as other teachers at our partner site to teach our program. Additionally, we help schools set up and maintain maker classrooms for teaching our program.