Enjoy an array of camp modalities in our in-person, socially distanced, Spring Adventure Camp featuring KiwiCo Crate Builds. Students get hands-on building experience by building a variety of KiwiCo and other STEM projects throughout the week. Along with these engineering projects, students will be able to explore their creativity by enjoying other modalities such as Painting, Sketching, Sculpting, and Science Projects.
Students will learn the fundamentals of drawing, proportion, blending colors, shading, and composition layout. Instructors will use a simple step-by-step method to break the subject down into identifiable shapes as well as encourage the individual creative process.
Master-builders will guide students in brick-building techniques to create lego masterpieces.
Learn how to build a 3D model one shape at a time with the help of a skilled instructor. Students will create their favorite characters, animals, landscapes and more out of soft, air dry clay, play dough, or modeling clay. One session will also be dedicated to how to easily make your own colored play-dough or sculpting clay with common kitchen ingredients.
Students will be introduced to STEAM concepts through experiments and building contraptions using common household items. By empowering children with the freedom to make independent discoveries through the explorative scientific process, instructors will assist students with tinkering projects engineered of their own imagination. Recycled art projects will also be introduced.
Learn how to make necklaces, bracelets, earrings and more. Instructors will teach students how to create their own beads from clay, paint and seal the beads, then string them together to create a custom jewelry piece.
Make unique origami creations with step-by-step guidance on how to fold various characters and objects.
You can’t have art without including some crafts! Students will learn how to take simple materials and bring them together in a fun and dynamic ways. With household items such as recycled cans or paper rolls, kids are encouraged to use their creativity to turn them into something new. Activities range from making planters, notebooks, bouquets, birdhouses, and lightsabers.
*activities vary from day to day
Camps are highly interactive and students will have the opportunity to socialize, play games and share their ideas in a fun and upbeat environment.
*Please note: This class is in person at our Westfield Valley Fair location, located in Santa Clara, Ca.
The studio will adhere to social distancing protocol based on county guidelines.
What to Bring: Please remember to bring a mask, and water for the two-hour camp session.
Cancellation Policy: Bookings including lessons and camps, are non-refundable but can be transferred to another week or another family.