Over the past week, we worked with over 150 kids at the Wheatbelt Science Forum. With over 30 computers, kids and teachers were able to learn a little about game design and ways to innovate your game to make it better.
This was the 3rd year the Wheatbelt Science Forum was held which attracted students from both Primary and High Schools within this area. Some kids had to travel 1.5 hours just to attend the day.
The event lasted for two days with kids learning coding, design, science, physics and more.
If you would like TechCamps4Kids to educate your kids with fun innovative, trendy coding techniques then contact us via the contact page.