Campers Camps

EYES 4-6

EYES Camp is a day camp at the University of Regina for youth who will be entering grades 4 to 9 this fall.

EYES Camp provides hands-on activities within science, engineering and technology. Groups are separated by age and explore a theme day’s subject through a variety of fun-filled experiences. 

Codemakers 4-6

In this program, you will have mapped out lessons to help introduce to the software and hardware we will be working with. You will get a taste of everything! From 3D Printing and designs to Robots and coding. You will get to dip your toes in a multitude of tech-related topics. It will be a balance between instruction, self-development and challenges.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Develop your photo editing skills
  • Explore 3D modelling and Design
  • Design video games
  • Create your own web pages
  • Program your own apps
  • Build Arduinos
  • Use a Raspberry Pi
  • And much much more!

IImportant Information for previous campers:

In the past, we had two theme weeks of camp for Grades 4 – 6.  In 2018, we have expanded our Codemakers program to encompass the same age range and thus have reduced EYES Camp to have only one theme week.  If you register for 2 weeks of EYES or Codemakers, you will participate in the same activities twice!  If you are interested in registering for two weeks of camp this summer, we recommend choosing one week of the EYES Camp program and one week of the Codemakers program.

Program Registration

Prior to registration, please review General Permission and Consent. By registering your camper, you also agree to abide by the EYES three strike policy. EYES works to ensure the safety and well being of the children and staff involved in the EYES program. Please review this policy with your camper prior to attending the EYES program. 

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