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Catlin Gabel School 2014 Engineering For Kids Summer Camp:
Session Fee:
All Day (ages 7-14) 9:00am to 3:30pm
- $325 / week ($300 for multiple registrations after the first one).
- Afternoon Add-on (ages 7-14) 3:30pm to 5:00pm - $75 / week
Jr. Engineering Camp (ages 5-7) 3:30pm to 5:00pm - $96 / week

week1 - June 23-27
week2 - July 7-11
week3 - July 14-18
week4 - July 21-25
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Portland Catlin Gabel School, Math Building
8825 SW Barnes Rd, Portland, OR 97225

Engineering For Kids Learning Center 2014 Summer Camps:

Three sessions daily:
- 10:00am - 11:30am (Junior Camps ages 4-7) M-F
- 12pm - 1:30pm (Junior Camps ages 4-7) M-F
- 2pm - 5pm (Apprentice and Master ages 7-14) M-F

Session Fee:
Jr. Engineering Camp (ages 5-7) 1.5hr: $96 / week
Apprentice and Master (ages 7-14) 3hr: $150 / week 

week 1: July 28 - Aug.1
week 2: August 4 - 8
week 3: August 11- August 15
week 4: August 18-22

11507 SW Pacific Hwy, Tigard OR 97223
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L'Etoile French American Immersion School 2014 Summer Camps:
August 4-8: 9:00am - 12:00pm, recess at 10:00am-11:00am
ages 5-7, $130 / week

 - Jr. Engineering
 -  Lego Robotics WeDo 

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French American International School 2014 Summer Camps:
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Camp Descriptions:

The Engineering of Cities: Put on your hard hats engineers and join us for our Engineering of Cities! In this camp, students work hard to apply their knowledge of construction to save the beach from erosion and build their very own city from the ground up. From roads and tunnels to buildings and skyscrapers, students discover that no job’s too tough for an Engineering for Kids engineer! (Grades k-2 and 3-8)

The Engineering of Medieval Times: Do you have what it takes to defend your castle and main-tain your family’s honor? If so, then don your armor and draw your sword for the Engineering of Medieval Times. In this camp, students build their very own castle and then work to defend it by en-gineering cannons and catapults. Become a knight and join us on the quest for glory and justice! (Grades k-2 and 3-8)

The Engineering of Travel: Guten Tag! Travel the world with Kelvin and our core of engineers as we ex-plore the Engineering of Travel. Drive across the United States, build a boat to sail the Mediterranean, and fly to the Orient in this fun engineering experience. Join us on an amazing ad-venture as we engineer planes, cars, boats and rockets to travel the globe, and beyond. (Grades k-2 and 3-8)

The Engineering of Pirates: Arg Matey! Come join Kelvin’s crew as we sail the ocean blue searching for buried treasure. Join us as students build their very own pirate ship, go fishing for treasure, and work together in Kelvin’s crew to create a deli-cious treat that’s more precious than gold. Hop aboard the Green Ghost and set sail with us as we explore the Engineering of Pirates! (Grades k-2 and 3-8)

Electronic Game Design: (ages 8+)
Students will have the opportunity to create their own video game in this fun, stimulating electronic game design program for kids! We introduce kids to the awesome world of video game creation in a non-competitive, step-by-step process. After learning how to make a game, students will have a copy of their final project to play at home.

All New LEGO® Robotics - Mindstorms™ EV3 (ages 7+)
Students will learn to design, program, and control fully functional robotic models. They will use software to plan, test, and modify sequences of instructions for a variety of life-like robotic behav-iors. They will also learn to collect and analyze data from the robot's sensors. This program will pro-vide a series of real-life activities, covering topics within science, technology, engineering, and math-ematics all using LEGO Robotics.

LEGO® Robotics - WeDo™ (ages 5-7)
Using LEGO bricks, students build an airplane rescue, a giant escape, a sailboat in a storm, a dancing bird, a smart spinner, a drumming monkey, a soccer goal kicker, a goal keeper, and cheerful fans, a hungry alligator, a flying bird, and a roaring lion. They also learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer. 

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