Want to learn to be a computer programmer? Start here with this 3-D educational software course that will challenge you to create interactive stories, animations, and games. Alice’s environment provides an engaging platform to learn about programming design by creating 3-D characters, backgrounds, and stories; Next, learn to use the programming tiles to make those objects interact in compelling ways that will allow you to: Build Cool Stuff, Challenge Your Mind, Seek the Answer, Have Fun, Change the World.
Check out North Shore Community College Youth Programs this summer. Be sure to register early for the very popular Minecraft and Video Gaming classes.
In the Minecraft class, kids will explore using red stone to build simple machines and build a house based on real architectural styles. Explore digital logic by learning to design and build complex mechanisms, traps, and combination locks.
Kids will start creating their own video game in the Video Gaming class! Plus, learn what career paths you can pursue that include video game play and design.
ArtWorks at Waring is a long-established summer experience combining learning and fun. In the morning, children have the chance to work in depth in one of five "MAJORS": Video, Theater , Visual Arts, Circus, and Musical Theater. In the afternoon, there are elective workshops to choose from: basketball, hip-hop dance, jewelry-making, French, acting, chess, games, and other activities. We end the day with recreation and whole-group activities.
On August 1 there will be presentations of what we have created together.
Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
ArtWorks Junior is for children ages 5-7 who have completed at least one year of kindergarten. This is a hands-on morning program including creative art, science and nature, music, puppetry, and story-telling. We'll take field trips & investigate the Waring campus.
Limited enrollment for either entire month or two consecutive weeks.
These separate 4-day-long camps are aimed at creating well-rounded lacrosse and soccer players. In each camp we will focus on improving fundamental skills, tactical vision, strength, speed, endurance and agility. Campers will get the opportunity to work with a diverse, fun and talented staff who graduated from Waring and have played at Div. I and III NCAA levels.
Friday, April 19
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