There’s no reason for kids to be bored this summer when they can do cool stuff like create video games, compose music, make movies and program robots (bonus: it’s all free!). All this happens—plus lots of learning—at Apple Camp and the special kid-focused Today at Apple creative workshops at your local Apple store. Check out all they offer!
This free three-day program of 90-minute sessions is for kids ages 8-12. Apple offers three different sessions: Coding Games and Programming Robots; Creating Characters and Composing Music; and Stories in Motion with iMovie.
The first two days are spent on projects, and the final day is a show-and-tell, where projects are presented to parents, family and friends.
Register ASAP before it fills up!
Today at Apple: Kids Hour
These 60-minute hands-on sessions designed for kids ages 6-12 include:
Sphero Maze Challenge – Learning coding concepts via programming a Sphero robot.
Creating Music with GarageBand – Learning basic song production concepts and how to use the GarageBand app.
Making Movies Together – Brainstorming ideas, shooting videos using an iPad and editing and producing a video in iMovie.
Note: kids can bring their own iPad or Sphero, or Apple will furnish them.
Swift Playgrounds Session
This special Get Started with Coding session is for both parents and kids (ages 12 & up) who want to learn how to write code using the free iPad app Swift Playgrounds.
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