Summer Camp

For kids going into Kindergarten

Available locations:

Dazhi | Xinyi Anhe

length

1-3 weeks

focus

Coding, robotics & STEAM

Class size

8 students

Language

International English

Applied Science Course Enrollment

Payment 1 Due Today

NTD 3,500

Payment 2 due 30 days before start date

NTD 8,750

Total Tuition | 1-Week

NTD 17,500

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Course & Date available options:

July 4-8 Hands-on STEAM      
July 11-15 Coding & Robotics     
July 18-22 Hands-on STEAM  - Sold Out    
July 25-29 Coding & Robotics

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Summer Camps 2022 will cover:

  • Engineering design processes
  • Principles of mechanical engineering
  • The basics of coding and programing
  • The fundamentals of robotics
  • Science and math experiments
  • Programing circuitry and sensors
  • Project materials and tools
  • Safety and technical skills
  • Concepts of energy and electricity
  • Troubleshooting and problem solving
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Course & Date available options:

June 27-1 Hands-on STEAM      
July 4-8 Coding & Robotics      
July 11-15 Hands-on STEAM    
July 18-22 Coding & Robotics    
July 25-29 Hands-on STEAM      
Aug 1-5 Coding & Robotics

Summer Camps 2022 will cover:

  • Engineering design processes
  • Principles of mechanical engineering
  • The basics of coding and programing
  • The fundamentals of robotics
  • Science and math experiments
  • Programing circuitry and sensors
  • Project materials and tools
  • Safety and technical skills
  • Concepts of energy and electricity
  • Troubleshooting and problem solving
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There are currently no courses available for this campus. Please contact us if you would like to build a custom course at this campus.
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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 is great for kids who enjoy making things with their hands and tinkering with materials to build amazing creations. Your child will learn how to use maker tools, and their creativity to complete fun science projects and experiments. We will focus on light and colors in this camp. We see light and colors every day, but how do we see colors? How is a rainbow made? What happens when there is no light? We will explore and investigate through experiments, storytelling, and project making. These activities will really challenge your child to learn foundational STEAM skills and develop their fine motor skills.  

Some of the things we will make:
-Sundial
-Suncatcher
-Flipbook
-Chromatography butterfly
-Vibrating Ladybug
-LED firefly
-Spotlight Binoculars
-Kaleidoscope
-And more!

Some of the things we will learn:
-How to mix primary colors to get secondary and tertiary colors
-How a rainbow is formed
-Transparent, translucent and opaque materials
-What is chromatography and what we can use it for
-What is electricity and what are the basic components to complete a circuit
-Reflection: learn what happens when light is shining on an object.

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

Course curriculum: Coding & Robotics

We will look into the technology behind a lot of the most important advances in our modern world: coding and robotics. This coding and robotics program breaks down these fields into their most basic components that are age-appropriate and fun!

The coding curriculum is designed to improve your little one’s ability to sequence steps, recognize patterns, and appreciate the fundamentals of computational thinking and logic training. We will use a combination of online and offline coding activities to teach these coding skills to get them ready for the future.  

For robotics, we will explore and investigate the 6 simple machines and different forms of forces. They will participate in a daily scientific experiment that challenges them to think about different forms of forces. Students will build STEAM projects and assemble robotic sets in this hands-on curriculum.  

Some of the things we will make:
-Catapult
-Rocket launcher
-Marble playground
-Magnetic car
-Parachute
-And more!

Some of the things we will learn:
-The 6 simple machines and how to identify them
-How machines and tools help make work easier
-The different forms of energy and forces: potential and kinetic energy, air resistance, gravity, magnetic energy
-Sequences and algorithms
-Loops and debugging
-Code breaking
-Conditional statements Pattern recognition

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.