Introduction to Arduino Programming
August 1-5, 2016
$275 (includes materials fee)
Minimum: 6 campers
Maximum: 10 campers
Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Programming or previous programming experience
8:30 Drop-off in MPR
8:45 All-camp meeting
9:00 Programming activities in Computer Lab
11:00 Half-day program ends — Pick-up in MPR
Full-Day Option: Campers entering 8th grade (only) may join Day Camp at 11:00 with swim instruction or Senior Elective option and afternoon activities for an additional $150 each week.
11:00-3:30 Swimming/Senior Elective & afternoon activities
3:30 Pick-up on The Green
The Arduino is an open source microprocessor designed to make it easy to use electronics in homemade projects. This is a hands-on class where students get started with the Arduino programming language and learn how to connect electric circuits. Students will learn how to program LEDs, use sensors, display information on an LCD, control motors, and more.
The price of this camp includes a materials fee to cover the hardware kit, which students will take home with them at the end of the week.