Curiosity Lab Winter Break Camp: Where Kids Become Creators!

Add a little fun, structure and STEAM to your child's schedule this Winter Break by signing them up for Curiosity Lab's Curiosity Camp ― where kids become Creators!

The holiday break camp will run December 20 to 24 and December 27 to 31. Camps run online and are appropriate for children ages 6+. The school welcomes any levels and no experience is necessary. Enrichment students are welcome too! Students will get lots of individualized attention as the maximum ratio is 3:1.

Curiosity Lab focusses on 'Excellence in Education' and programming will include: Game Development, Coding, Artificial Intelligence, Minecraft+ (Science, Math, Physics, Language), Animation, Graphic Design, Web Development and more!

New this year: Junior Influencer Program!

In this new program, students will learn the basics of content creation, including video production with storyboarding, filming and editing ― to help them start populating their social media channels with their bright ideas. They'll learn technical skills along the way that will open up new worlds of creativity and entrepreneurship. ​The course is ideal for kids who have a passion they want to share with the world! 

All instructors are specialized in STEAM instruction and will teach your kids the skills of the future, today!

Inquire about a Free Trial class, and mention Toronto4Kids to get 15% off your Winter Break registration. The rate for one week camp is $199.

Find out more at www.thecuriositylab.ca or call 289-224-9747.

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