Work with what you have, do what you CAN!

Upcycle, reuse, and recycle household materials to build inventions that CAN change the world.

Program a Microcomputer

A fun and easy way to learn important skills

A Powerful Toolkit

Dive into Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics.



A sensor is a device that detects and responds to some type of input from the physical environment. The specific input could be light, heat, motion, moisture, pressure, or any one of a great number of other factors.



This is the Brain. It is a wireless, programmable computer, specially designed to make wiring easy when building your Robots. Program it to guide or regulate the activities or operation of your apparatus, machine, or system.



An actuator is a component of a machine that is responsible for moving or controlling a mechanism or system. An actuator requires a control signal and a source of energy. 

Designed for exploration

Quick to setup and easy to use, start exploring the world of technology in the classroom or at home

Learning With Us Is Different

When asked, my child rated this year's camp as a 10, telling me it was the BEST tech camp he has ever been in. He has been attending tech camp since entering grade 2 - that says a lot.

The experience in the lab was incredible! I’ve never taken a class like this. I didn’t know anything about systems, programs, or anything like that. I thought it was super interesting that in only one class we can learn so much.

Keep up the great work! There is only so much Game Design or Robotics a child can do. Maker-Camp offered that new experience. Thank you.

Regardless of the capacities and abilities of each student, they accomplished their projects. It’s an excellent way to motivate the kids and make them aware of everything they are capable of doing and achieving.

He really enjoyed himself and he learned things I cannot teach him, so keep up the great work!

I would love to see more programs like this. It would be great to see more people getting involved and learning about this! Only a few people did the workshop today but in the future it could be entire schools that participate in this type of experience