In the Midwest, we are having a heat wave this winter. Barely any snow, temps above 20 degrees F. It's unreal, and it has me thinking about spring and summer. I already have all my gardening supplies out. Do I risk it? Maybe not, but it's not too early to start planning your family activities for this summer.
One of those activities might be summer camp. As your kids get older, camp can provide fun with friends and learning! Kids ages 6-9 can check out iD Tech Mini, half day camps with mini prices to let aspiring innovators discover a love for technology!
This is a brand new summer camp experience that offers nurturing, personalized instruction, and lots of project-based discovery through multiple tech courses.
My daughter was involved in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program at school and not only did she learn really neat things, she had a blast. Campers at iD Tech Mini learn hand-on STEM skills, engineering principles, spatial reasoning, programming concepts, and problem-solving kills.
At the iD Tech Mini Maker Station, kids can explore hands-on toys and technologies beyond the core curriculum. Campers make new friends and gain experienced with Minecraft, coding, Photoshop, robotics, and more.
This camp is Mini - on age, prices, and commute, but Huge on fun. If you are in the St. Paul metro area, save $15 with promo code STPAULMINI2015 when you pay in full by February 28th.