This camp begins with 2 weeks of STEAM before moving on to applied concepts of Maths, Science, and Art in week 3 and 4—featuring our summer STEAM themes: Mars Survival Guide and Ocean Task Force. Approximately 30% of the program will be independent project time, 50% will be live classes with teachers, with 20% video assisted learning.
First course begins July 5, with additional courses starting as enrollment fills.
3 hours / day
60 hours over 4 weeks
Monday - Friday
Kids will learn and complete Science, Engineering and Invention projects.
Suitable for kids with or without previous STEAM experience.
Top-notch STEAM specialists guide kids through this immersive 2-week STEAM camp. Using actual materials we send in a box, workbooks, and LIVE online teaching, kids will build amazing projects, have fun, expand their skills and have an unforgettable summer learning experience.
Kids will make a Rubber Band Speeder and Motor Speeder learning about wheels and axles, gears, and how they all work together!
Kids will make a Buzz Wire and a Buzz Bot learning about series circuits, parallel circuits, and why they work the way they do!
Kids will make an Scissor Lift and a Pressure Rocket learning about fluids and pressure and why these are important in the world of mechanics!
Kids will make an automaton and a Disco Flipbook learning about cams and movement and how these can result in animation when done right!
Kids will make a Cranky Fish and a LED Lantern learning about artificial light, types of energy and why they make an important team!
Using our imaginations—and STEAM skills— to blast off to Mars, campers will help solve some of the most exciting problems facing space pioneers.
Code a simulation game of the NASA Perseverance rover landing on Mars, using the MakeCode block-coding language.
Learn about: projectile physics, Martian landing sequence, conditional logic
Create and design your own 3D rocket model in TinkerCAD! Learn about: Computer Aided Design (CAD), rocket parts, rocket design considerations
Build an automated hydroponics system and grow your own plants helping humans survive on Mars. Learn about: Plants, Biological Systems, Photosynthesis, Diffusion, Hydroponics, Aquaponics
Launch a rocket into space by building a paper rocket and testing out different fuel ratios to achieve escape velocity. Test breath propulsion systems and a fixed launch control.
Learn about: The four systems of a rocket, thrust, effects of gravity on rockets and the effect of fuel on rockets.
Challenge: build a lander that can safely deliver an “eggstronaut” to the ground using air resistance and creative materials engineering! Learn about: acceleration due to gravity, aerodynamic drag, shock absorption engineering
One week of ocean environmental themed STEAM-based activities that will challenge and inspire campers like never before
Experiment with hull shapes and designs and waterproofing in order to find which is best suited to traverse on water. Look at how sails and rigging work and combine the two to make a mini sail boat. Learn about: Different hull shapes and designs, sails and ship rigging.
Using the concept of redirecting force and creating mechanical advantage, we will build a dock crane that is used to load supplies and containers onto a ship. Learn about: Force, mechanical advantage, and pulleys.
Using robots to automate cleaning up the ocean is tricky, we’ll train an AI model to tell the difference between fishes and plastic trash, then build a simulation game to do the same! Learn about: AI, machine vision, Ocean Garbage Patch
Watch the teacher dissect a fish and learn about marine vertebrate anatomy while following along by building your own Play-Doh anatomy model! Learn how they fit into our ecosystem by studying food webs of the ocean.
Build a working device that turns salty seawater into fresh drinkable water using only the power of the Sun! Learn about: solar power, the Earth’s water cycle, survival water purification
Skyrock's online summer camps are fun and engaging learning experiences that help kids build skills and competence needed for future opportunities.
Students learn about the tools that make work easier, and the fundamentals of mechanical designs.
Design electrical circuits and engage with electronic components to create projects that buzz, move, or light up.
Students learn about material science and how fluids react under pressure.
Students master the art of optical illusions and how to trick your eyes and brain.
With mirrors and lenses, students will learn about the properties of light and how lenses and mirrors bend light.
Students will dive into the design process of an inventor, and learn how to convert their project into something new or to solve a challenge.
Our online platform makes learning easy and exciting for kids. With an interface designed to be intuitive and simple for kids, and offline activities to ensure kids use their hands as well.
With big buttons and intuitive next steps, our course platform is a breeze for kids to navigate on their own throughout the entire camp.
Students always know what to do next with our structured video content flow. With checkpoints and LIVE teacher sessions in place to make sure that every student is up to speed and fully engaged.
Skyrock online camps are unique because kids use actual materials, provided by Skyrock in a box. Kids do more than follow along online, they build things!
“Skyrock is on a mission to discover, nurture, and unleash the next generation of game changing inventors in the world. Today we’re here to introduce you to live and online STEAM Summer Camp.
Hands on STEAM learning is perfect for learning independently at home since the kids get to work in 3D with physical things instead of just working with 2D pixels and pages. Kids can build knowledge by making and experimenting instead of just listening and watching. However, it’s also the most challenging. It requires a lot of material preparation, some basic tools, and support with troubleshooting small problems. To overcome this, our team of designers, engineers, and educators have reimagined digital learning.
Parents love Skyrock courses and camps because they help kids boost creative confidence and build future skills. Kids love Skyrock because they get to make amazing things, collaborate with friends, and experiment with technology.
For new Skyrockers, or Skyrockers who would like to process a payment:
1. Click any "Enroll Now" button, or click here to enroll-- you'll see a schedule of our camps.
2. Select the summer camp or super summer camp appropriate for your kid's age group.
3. Select the weeks/dates and AM or PM session you'd like to book.
4. Click on the time slot.
5. Sign up for a Simplybook account; when your account is created, it will bring you back to the cart, where you can select a payment method and proceed to checkout.
For Skyrockers who would like to process their Skyrock credit:
Please fill out and submit the credit request form here. If you'd like to take a look at our schedule beforehand so you can select the dates + weeks you'd like to book a camp, click any "Enroll Now" button or click here.
They will need a device to access the online lessons (tablet, computer or phone), batteries and basic stationery including: Pencils, Eraser, Ruler, Scissors, and Colors. Markers and Glue stick would be helpful for their extended challenge projects.
Daily sessions have Zoom check-ins hosted by a live instructor. Kids should log-in between 9am-12pm for morning session and 1pm-4pm for afternoon session.There are times for independent course taking and hands-on making, and also scheduled live sessions with the teacher and rest of the class.
For our daily schedule, scroll to our "Kids Follow A Simple Daily Schedule" section.
Yes, kids will be assigned to a cohort of up to 12 kids that will have a designated teacher for the camp. The teacher will check-in with everyone at the beginning of the class, for project assembly assistance, for science lessons and guided workbook review.
If a parent wishes to cancel or postpone a camp booking for their own personal reasons, they can do so up to two weeks in advance of the start date of the camp and receive 100% of their balance in Skyrock Credit. Summer Camp changes can be made up to one week in advance of the camp start date, subject to availability, at no extra charge.
We have two categories of classes:
1) English for kids with intermediate+ English abilities
2) English for kids with beginners English but with a bilingual teachers who will switch between English and Chinese.
No – the reason being the first 2 weeks of the camps are the foundation of the program. The materials included in these 2 weeks will be repurposed and re-used in the invention challenges for the Mars and Ocean courses.
Yes, this is possible. Kids can take a break for 1-3 weeks between weeks providing that there are make-up weeks on the schedule for them to join. However, this is not advised since we will be working hard to build relationships between the kids in each cohort.
Yes, there is – providing the schedule and capacity allows for it. Please contact our sales team to set this up.
Kids should be able to navigate a computer or tablet device independently and read and communicate in very basic English. All content is created to be developmentally appropriate for the age groups.
There will be a thorough onboarding email that uses video to inform parents of what they need to do before their child’s camp begins. It’s simply a matter of logging into the course platform and selecting the right packet from the materials that we send to you in one big box for the whole camp. We will also include a bonus activity for helping your child get familiar with the course platform.
Beyond this, parents can help by holding their children accountable for following the schedule that we set and checking-off every item on their daily checklist after each session.
Choose the grade group they will enter after summer, in the fall.
All Skyrock camps and courses are suitable for kids of any and all genders.
The online camp runs through Monday to Friday for 2+ weeks in either morning or afternoon sessions. Sessions are from 9AM to 12PM or 1PM to 4PM.
Each session, students join a group of up to 12 kids to follow the lesson together with a designated teacher. The teacher will be imparting Live STEAM lessons and ensuring that kids are completing all of their tasks and projects.
The online course will also include pre-recorded content, a printed workbook, and materials to complete the STEAM projects.
Yes, kids will access the camp from their own home.
The first camp session starts on Monday, July 5th. A new group of cohorts start every Monday. To see a full schedule, scroll up to "Choose an enrollment option" section.
Our time zone is Taipei Standard Time ( GMT+8 ) Students joining from outside of Taiwan will need to adjust their schedules accordingly if they wish to join the live portion of our session. However, students also have access to each camp course and its digital resources + pre recorded videos for three months after their camp.
Skyrock continues to follow government guidelines and the Taiwan CDC.
We are currently unclear on how COVID-19 will affect our operations in July and August, but we reassure Skyrockers that we will accommodate any credit if and when they choose to book an online summer camp (or super summer camp) for their kids. Until the government provides any longer-term directives, we will update each camp session with the status of their camp two weeks before camp is meant to begin. As we anticipate an update on any changes in Taiwan’s nation-wide level 3 pandemic response on June 28th, Skyrock will contact campers on the status of July 5th - July 16 camps by June 21st.