Camps at Orange County Regional History Center take children on adventures through previous time periods.
HISTORY SUMMER CAMPS at Orange County Regional History Center, take children in kindergarten-eighth grade on journeys through time. Sponsored by the Orlando Federal Credit Union, kindergarten through fifth-grade themes include “Inventors’ Workshop,” “Pioneers & Cowboys,” “Lords and Ladies,” “Prehistoric Creatures,” “A Pirate’s Life for Me,” “Once Upon a Time,” “Cosmic Fury,” “School of Rock” and “Mummies, Tombs and More.” The theme offered for grades sixth-eighth is “The World of Wizards.” Camps, which cost $110 per week for members and $145 for nonmembers, take place June 13-Aug. 12 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Early drop-off at 7:30 a.m. and extended day from 3-6p.m. are available for $10 per day, per child.
65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando407-836-8500 • www.thehistorycenter.org
iBRICK ACADEMY LEGO ROBOCAMP, uses Lego Education sets to teach campers about simple machines, mechanical engineering and energy, combining knowledge to create real, functional robots. Working in pairs, “cadets” learn robotics using hands-on projects and guided curriculum. Each cadet receives a T-shirt and Lego set with registration. Camps are coordinated and supervised by James C. Jones, a certified Lego Educational Academy teacher/trainer with more than a decade of experience. Camps are offered July 5-9 in the Lake Mary area and July 12-16 in the Windermere area.
407-230-6100 • www.ibrickacademy.com
iD TECH CAMPS let children experience the world’s No. 1 summer technology program. Campers create video games, iPhone and iPad applications, websites in Adobe Flash and several programming languages, 3-D models and animations, robots and more. Campers ages 7-18 can enroll in these weeklong day and residential camps at 60 universities nationwide, including Rollins College, the University of Miami, Harvard University, New York University and more. Teen programs are offered at select universities. Year-round learning is offered with iD 365, and Florida residents can save on tuition costs by using the code FL29L.
888-709-8324 • www.internaldrive.com
LAKE CYPRESS SUMMER CAMP at Windermere Preparatory School offers a variety of activities for children ages 4-12 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., with extended care available for the morning and afternoon. Swimming, cooking, art, drama, field games and more are offered. Weekly themes are followed for each session. Weeklong sessions run June 6-Aug. 5. A 10 percent discount is offered for siblings or enrollment for the entire summer.
6189 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Windermere407-905-7737 • www.lakecypresscamp.weebly.com
MUSIC & ACTING CAMPS at Garden Music School. Camps include Percussion Camp; Lights, Camera, Action!; Camp Rock Band; Scott Wilson’s Jazz Combo Sessions; Music & Effects Camp; Project Popstar; and Young Strings Camp. Programs are offered for ages 8-17. Times vary depending on camp. Space is limited. For more information or to register, visit the website listed above.
40 S. Main St., Winter Garden407-654-5277 • www.gardenmusicschool.com
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