2020 Jun 15-19 Summer Camp - Ages 7-12: 3D Printing: Superhero to the Rescue + Badminton - At OBA


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At OBA: Half Day (Morning) Summer Camp: 3D Printing: Superhero to the Rescue + Badminton (Ages 7-12)

 

Time :      9:00am -5:00pm

Location: 5805 SW 107th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005

Phone:    503-914-9995

Full Day Tuition: $328

Half Day Tuition:   $168 

 

 

 

 

Program Details:
Engineering for Kids only responsible for Morning Session.
From 12PM-5PM program will be covered with OBA, for afternoon session camp questions, please contact with info@orbadminton.com
Link: http://www.orbadminton.com/camp/
 
A Sample Daily Schedule:
 
8:30AM-8:55AM Free Before Care Offered by OBA
8:55AM-9:00AM Sign in stops at 8:55AM to be ready for 9AM class.
9:00AM-12:00AM EFK Program
 
 

Morning Session

3D Printing: Superhero to the Rescue

3D printers are one of the most widely applicable and fun inventions on the tech scene today! In 3D Printing: Superheroes To The Rescue, we will explore the basic concepts of 3D printing and computer­aided design, or CAD, to design and create our very own 3D printed superhero! Students will take their hand drawn design and learn how to extrude it into a 3D model that can then be modified to be printed in 3D.

Please note: there is no 3D printer at this location.

 

Afternoon Session:

Participants will have an opportunity to learn and improve a variety of skills for badminton in a fun and exciting environment, led by the OBA experienced badminton coach.
All camp participants will have the opportunity to: • Learn/Improve skills including: strokes, footwork and strategy for game play • Meet new friends and work in a team environment • Challenge their abilities with a variety of games/challenges and competitions • Have FUN while staying active! • Receive tips and advice from our experienced and knowledgeable coaching team.

 

Email: portlandmetro@engineeringforkids.net

 

 

 

On the final day of camp, families are encouraged to come for the last hour. It’s a great chance for campers to show off everything they’ve made and learned in the camp.