STEAMLabs is a community makerspace in the heart of downtown Toronto that offers educational, learn and play maker programs and camps for kids in a collaborative, inclusive environment.
CLASSES & PROGRAMS
At STEAMLabs, students are the instigators of their own learning, and seek out knowledge and skills (with the guidance of mentors) in order to imagine, design and create projects that interest them. If you prefer projects over textbooks, prototyping over practicing, collaboration over competition and creativity over conformity, then STEAMLabs is for you.
We offer ongoing classes in video game programming, Minecraft, making and inventioneering (kids can turn sketched ideas into working prototypes), and more!
We offer Winter Break Camps, March Break Camps and Summer Camps.
We've got different camp themes to choose from including: Robotics Camps, Minecraft Pro Camps, Video Game Programming Camps, and we even have a Camp for Girls to encourage creativity and technical skill development in a positive and supportive environment. Kids are empowered to follow their interests and discover new skills in robotics, woodworking, electronics and programming.
For more information on our programs and camps, please visit out website.
In order to bring even more of our signature programs to kids across the city, we've partnered with our friends at Toronto Tool Library (1803 Danforth Avenue) and The Maker Bean Cafe (1052 Bloor Street W.) to run our camps at their locations.
Kids are empowered to follow their interests and discover new skills in robotics, in our Robot Circus Camp, woodworking & electronics in our Big Build Camp, and programming in our Video Game Making & Minecraft Camps. We even have a Camp for Girls to encourage creativity and technical skill development in a positive and supportive environment.
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