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Hours:Hours Vary see below
Ages:Kids, Teens
In/Outdoor:Indoor, Outdoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Summer Camps
Other Ideas: Everwood Day Camp; Charles River Aquatics; YMCA of Greater Boston Day Camps; New School of Music Summer Programs; Russian School of Mathematics (RSM)

codeverse photoCodeverse is the world's first fully interactive coding studio for kids ages 6-13, founded on the mission to 'teach a billion kids to code.'

We offer after-school, evening, and weekend classes as well as weeklong camps and weekend parties.

Codeverse Boston's ~3,000 sq ft space will boast a wide range of high-tech features contributing to a completely immersive and collaborative learning environment.

The studio will be riddled with cutting-edge gadgets, including a 20ft TV wall and professional-grade lights and speakers, which can be controlled and programmed by kids using real code!

Codeverse teaches kids how to code using KidScript - a proprietary language that enables children to build mobile games, projects and apps, as well as program dozens of objects within the state-of-the-art studio. KidScript draws inspiration from, and acts as a gateway to, many other languages, including JavaScript, Ruby, Python and Visual Basic.

Codeverse Virtual!
Codeverse has launched virtual! Starting today, Codeverse is offering full coding lessons online for children ages 6-13. Get personalized, guided 1x1 online coding sessions (as well as at-home coding kits delivered to your home free) now!

If you would like to sign up or obtain more information check out Codeverse Virtual!

Who teaches kids how to code at Codeverse?
All Codeverse camps and classes are led by Guides. Our Guides are a collective of K-12 certified teachers, improv comedians, seasoned designers, engineers and game developers. This diverse mix of backgrounds, skill-sets, and experiences creates a dynamic, fun, and engaging learning environment for kids.

Codeverse Guides are equipped with iPads that display real stats on how every child is progressing through the curriculum. Tracking every interactive, milestone, and mistake gives our Guides an unprecedented amount of rich data that is then used to craft a personalized approach to learning to code.

The Codeverse curriculum is self-guided and adaptive, meeting and challenging children at each individual skill level. As kids progress through the curriculum, they will learn all the core fundamentals universal to any programming language.

Kids receive achievement pins and digital badges for demonstrating comprehension of coding concepts, controlling physical objects (using code) within the studio, and by building unique apps and games. Through our Parent Portal, parents gain real-time visibility into their child's progress and can view all badges earned by their child at our studio.

Summer Camps at Codeverse Boston
From video game creation and robotics, to 3D printing and circuitry, Codeverse camps are packed with hands-on STEM activities that are fun and engaging for every tech-loving kid.

The Codeverse studio is a futuristic, digital wonderland. Every aspect - from the furniture to the hardware - is designed to encourage play, inspire creativity, pique curiosity, and promote collaboration.

Each day of camp is assigned a theme and is comprised of exciting and educational adventures, including:

- Studio Programming: Program concert-hall lights and speakers, a 20ft TV wall, and other cutting-edge gadgets, using real code

- Coding: Learn all the core fundamentals universal to any programming language

- Robotics: Design and assemble a real robot. Compete in high-speed robot races on obstacle courses designed by fellow campers

- 3D Printing: Create jaw-dropping 3D printed models and designs

- Circuitry: Learn all about circuits and sensors

- Game Development: Design multi-level, multi-player video games

Throughout the week, campers embark on excursions (field trips) to nearby businesses. Past explorations include: Apple Store, Children’s Museum, and Whole Foods.

To cap it off, campers show off their coding creations to family and friends during Demo Day, a fun celebration that is held every Friday afternoon during camp.

What's included:

- All coding, robotics, 3D printing and hands-on STEM activities
- Allergy-free lunches, beverages, and snacks
- Guided, organized excursions to nearby businesses
- Complimentary early drop off at 8AM/Late pick-up at 4PM

Register Today:
Parents can sign their kids up for Summer Camp here: Deposit is only $200.

6-13 year olds

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Summer Camp 2020 Hours: Monday - Friday, 9AM - 3PM
(Throughout the months of June, July, and August)

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Weeklong Camp Early Bird Registration Price - $399 (until 6/1) -
Discount Code - EARLYBIRD-100
Weeklong Camp Regular Price - $499 (after 6/1)



75 Middlesex Turnpike, #3040, Burlington, , 01803 map
Phone: (339) 229-8491

The Villages at Burlington Mall
75 Middlesex Turnpike, #3040
Burlington, MA 01803

Located on Middlesex Turnpike, just off route 128 (I-95) in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Codeverse Boston is located at The Village at Burlington Mall. Next to Caffe Nero.

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  • Find more ideas for unique Boston Summer Camps 2024 in our handy summer camp guide. The Greater Boston area is chock full of amazing summer camps for kids. You can find a summer camp near Boston for almost every interest a kid could have.

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