Camp for Ridgewood Tinkerers

Here’s a camp for the child with a curious mind: Makers’ Camp at Ridgewood High School. The camp will run from June 26-30 from 9am – 12pm and will encourage students to think creativity using their math and science skills.

STEM activities include:
• Building and Programming a Bot Car
• Designing and Creating a Light Up Puppet.
• Creating and Building Your Own Board Game
…and more!

For more info about the maker space go to RHSMakerSpace.
The camp is part of the Ridgewood Community School. To register call 201-670-2777.

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