Microsoft is offering free summer camps for kids ages 8 and above. Here’s more information from their site:
Kids ages 8 and older get hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination.
This summer’s four camps are all-new, with two designed for coding beginners and two for intermediates looking to take their skills to the next level with Project Spark, Kodu, and TouchDevelop, and more.
- Smart Game Coding (Beginner, ages 8 to 11)
- Smart Game Design (Beginner, ages 8 to 11)
- Smart Game Coding (Intermediate, ages 11 and older)
- Smart Game Design (Intermediate, ages 11 and older)
Each camp run four consecutive days, and last two hours per day. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune-up, and more.
Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
Find out more here and see if there’s a store near you offering one of these free camps.
Thanks, My Frugal Adventures!