Snapology Summer Camp

June 13th-17th 9:00am-12:00pm

***Please plan to provide a snack, lunch and water bottles for your participant.***

Amusement Park Adventures (Ages 7-12)


Every child loves to go to the amusement park and ride their favorite rides, but have they ever thought about how to build one and the people who design them? In Snapology’s Amusement Park Adventure, students get to become designers of their own amusement park rides. While designing, they will learn physics and engineering concepts as well as problem solving skills, all while having a blast!


What the Students Will Learn

- Physics and Engineering Concepts

In this class, students will learn about G-Forces, gear ratio, centrifugal force, centripetal force, gravity, and energy. They will get to see these concepts come to life in their own creations, enhancing their learning and making difficult concepts much easier to understand.

- Problem Solving

It is inevitable that students will face challenges while building. Snapology encourages critical thinking and teamwork to solve problems. Instead of simple trial and error, students will learn how to plan a solution and carry it out.

- Gears, Pulleys, and Motors

Students will learn how gears, pulleys, and motors can create movement within their rides. Throughout the class they will try various configurations of these parts and learn how their interactions yield different results.

- Teamwork/Partner Skills

Even the best amusement park engineers in the world create our favorite rides with a team, and Snapology’s Amusement Park Adventure is no different. We emphasize in our classes that students use good teamwork skills. They are required to do group planning, and respect the opinions and ideas of their partners.


Dates: June 13-17

Time: 9:00a-12:00p (each day)

Location: The Grange (3692 Meadows Blvd)

Ages: 7-12 years of age

Registration Deadline: June 1

Cost: $210 Resident/$220 Non-Resident

RoboPets (Ages 4-6)


Children will begin to explore the world of robotics as they build simple animal models that teach the fundamentals of robotic design. Whether learning about sensors while building a fish or alligator or discovering ways that gears and wheels and axles create movement while building robotic dogs or frog, your child is sure to have a great time!


What the Students Will Learn

- Axles, Wheels, Gears, and Motors

Children will learn about the importance of axles, wheels, gears, and motors in mechanical movement. They will actively experiment with these components to create their robots, while facilitating a deeper understanding of mechanics.

- Programming Skills

Each week, children will be given a simple program to operate their robotic build. Students are then encouraged to use critical thinking and programming skills to enhance their robot’s program. Whether making their build respond to motion and tilt sensors, adding loops, or creating fun sounds, children will learn valuable programming skills in an easy to use, drag and drop programming format.

- Habitats and Basic Needs

Students will learn about habitats and examine the basic needs of different animals, including those that are robotic! They will build creatively to design a perfect home for their new robotic pets!

- Teamwork/Partner Skills

At Snapology, teamwork is essential for creating a fun and productive atmosphere while practicing social skills. Your child will work with a partner to create each robot and solve each challenge presented in class.


Dates: June 13-17

Time: 9:00a-12:00p (each day)

Location: The Grange (3692 Meadows Blvd)

Ages: 4-6 years of age

Registration Deadline: June 1

Cost: $210 Resident/$220 Non-Resident

Call The Grange to register today! 303-814-2358