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February 26th • 9am - 12pm
For students ages 5-8 • Littleton
About: Telling stories can happen in many ways, and the wide spectrum of animation tools can help bring our story ideas to life in an instant! Our K-2 explorers will get a taste of some of those tools, like HUE Animation Studio, in order to animate their fun story ideas. We’ll explore how to create and animate props and characters using everyday objects, as well as how to design backgrounds that shift and transform before our very eyes!
February 27th-28th • 9am - 2pm
For students ages 8-13 • Littleton
About: Some of the most exciting games are often drawn from clever and engaging stories. Join us for this 2-day excursion as we craft stories that excite and inspire us, and turn them into games that are just as fun! We’ll use Stop Motion Animation techniques to bring our stories to life, and then use those animations as inspiration for creating games in Scratch! The fun really begins when we start to incorporate Microbit into the game design, giving us an even bigger selection of tools to build these fully-interactive games based on our own original story ideas!
For students ages 8 - 13 • Littleton
About: starting in January, 2019 WMSI will be hosting after school workshops at its makerspace in Littleton, NH
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Camp Staff: WMSI staff share a passion and happy enthusiasm for designing and implementing student centered, project based STEM lessons. WMSI staff have strong backgrounds in education, science, and engineering with undergraduate, graduate, and significant work experience in the following areas:
Curriculum and Instruction
Camp College/Highschool Instructors: WMSI trains highschool and college students to assist with instruction for all of our camps. These instructors gain valuable experience in leadership and group facillitation while also providing mentorship to your children.
What a Camp Looks Like: In a WMSI camp we provide your children with access to resources, hands-on instruction with project based lessons, and a place to brainstorm and create engaging projects. Camps are also designed to get children excited about projects at home, with lots of helpful links and helpful pictures sent to parents at the end of each day!