While we may not see you in person this year, that does not mean you can’t enjoy your favourite camp and workshop experiences from the comfort of your home. Help your children make the most of their time at home with our interactive virtual camps and workshops:

  • Learn a new skill!
  • Meet new friends!
  • Get creative!
  • Challenge yourself!


Our live instructor-led sessions feature small group sizes to maximize interactivity.
Space is limited. Reserve your spot today!

Timeslots & Availability

ULTIM8 STEM! Cre8, Innov8 & Tinker!
Early Birds
(Morning ONLY)
9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.< 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Later Gators
(Afternoon ONLY)
1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
 

Ultim8 STEM! Overview

These camps use hands-on activities to inspire and educate about phenomena in the natural and physical world. All activities are designed to stimulate campers' curiosity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and to build critical 21st century skills.

Pricing: $250 (5-day camp)
Age groupings: 5-6 years (Parent + Me), 7-9 years, 10-13 years
Descriptions and details about each theme can be accessed by clicking the tabs below.

Cre8, Innov8 & Tinker! Overview

These camps provide hands-on experience for developing capabilities in technological innovation and entrepreneurship in STEAM fields, as well as exposing participants to new concepts and ideas that may not be on the school curriculum. All programmes are aimed at engaging youth in hands-on activities that excite a sense of curiosity and desire to understand how things work, while simultaneously cultivating 21st century skills.

Pricing:
• 5-day camp: $250
• 4-day camp: $200 (Graf X)*

Age groupings: 7-11 years, 9-13 years
Descriptions and details about each theme can be accessed by clicking the tabs below.

Click the below images for details of the camps and their availability

  • Camp Name
    & Description
    Exploratory
    topics
    and areas
    Available
    Dates
    Key Learning Objectives
    At the end of each session,
    campers will be able to:
    General Materials & Supplies
    (Further details and quantities
    will be shared once registered)
    Wild Safari
    Take a trip to a Wild Safari! Explore biodiversity and meet amazing creatures, Check out their habitats and exotic features. From flora to fauna, meet the best of nature, This Wild Safari is a never-ending adventure!
    biodiversity; predator adaptations  12th - 16th
    July 2021

    Later Gators ONLY
    Explain the term 'diversity’ as it applies to living organisms
    • Group organisms together based on similarities
    • Give examples of successful hunters among plants and animals
    • Describe adaptations used by plants and animals in hunting
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, eraser, ruler, scissors, glue, markers, coloured pencils, tape, puncher), craft items (Bristol board, paint, glitter, felt, pompoms, googly eyes, string, foamie sheets), clothes clip, paper plate, cardboard, toothpick.
    Wayfinders
    Welcome Wayfinders! Find North and South with a map and compass in hand, Find your way across the sea and the land, Navigate the night’s sky. Are you ready to begin? Wayfinding is knowing where you’re going by remembering where you’ve been!
    cardinal points; cartography; astronomy; constellations; oceanic animal navigation techniques 19th - 23rd
    July 2021

    Later Gators ONLY
    Explain what is navigation
    • Identify the cardinal points
    • Identify different features on a map
    • Understand what is a constellation and give examples
    • Design models of a compass and telescope
    • Describe techniques that ocean animals use to navigate
    • Recognise how boat design helps with navigation
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, eraser, ruler, scissors, glue, markers, coloured pencils, tape, puncher, paper fastener, pushpin, rubber band), craft items (Bristol board, yarn, pipe cleaners, pallet sticks), keyring, Play Doh, teabag, food colouring, chocolates, kitchen items & utensils (cups, foil, matches etc), blow dryer, cardboard and empty cereal boxes.
    Boss Builder!
    Welcome Boss Builder! All around the town, engineers come knocking, To share STEM secrets and the talents they bring. Making your own stuff is no boring thing, With designing, building, creating and of course tinkering! 
    inventions; designing and building with circuits; origami; reusable materials  26th - 30th
    July 2021

    Later Gators ONLY 
    • Explain the term ‘invention’
    • Give examples of inventions
    • List the parts of a basic circuit
    • Explain how a circuit works
    • Give examples of everyday items that use circuits
    • Demonstrate the concept of origami
    • Use critical thinking, problem solving and design thinking skills to create a solution to a proposed problem with origami
    • Demonstrate how disposable items can be reused
    • Create a musical instrument
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, eraser, ruler, scissors, glue, markers, coloured pencils, tape, rubber bands, paperclips), craft items (Bristol board, glue gun, craft sticks glitter\sequins\gems, etc.) paper towels, kitchen items & utensils (disposable wears, straws, foil, skewers, etc.), vinegar, uncooked rice or lentils, coins, rubbing alcohol, balloons, plastic eggs, sandpaper, flashlight bulb, optional electrical items (motor, LEDs, electrical tape), wire, nails, batteries, re-usable items such as paper towel rolls, milk cartons, cereal boxes, tin cans, cardboard etc.
    Techaholics
    Calling all Techaholics!!! In energy, health and so much more, Technology plays a role more now than ever before. Explore its applications with every stride, As you join us on this fun-filled ride!
    applications of technology in everyday life including gaming, energy, health, wellness, and exercise; computers and coding  9th - 13th
    August 2021

    Later Gators ONLY 
    • Recognise how technology is incorporated into everyday life
    • Describe how computers work
    • Give examples of computers
    • Demonstrate and use coding and programming skills
    • List ways in which technology can be used to promote a healthy lifestyle
    • Demonstrate and use applications of technology in exercise
    • Identify sources of ‘renewable energy’ and investigate how technology helps us utilise it
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, eraser, ruler, scissors, glue, markers, coloured pencils, tape), craft items (Bristol board, glue gun craft knife), straws, skewers, foil, optional electrical items (motor and LED), wire, nails, batteries, CD case, area to perform physical activity, cardboard.
    CHEMystery
    Let’s get to work! Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble, Come quick, young chemists! On the double! Experiments, explosions, and much more on the list, Mystery is no match for you super scientists! 
    chemical reactions; physical science concepts; states of matter; lab equipment; kitchen chemistry  16th - 20th
    August 2021

    Later Gators ONLY 
    • Perform simple experiments
    • Understand what is a chemical reaction
    • Observe and explain the explosive reaction between baking soda and vinegar
    • Learn about basic physical science concepts
    • Identify various laboratory equipment
    • Identify different states of matter and describe how they change
    Basic stationery (pencil, eraser, ruler, scissors, glue, markers, coloured pencils, tape), Bristol board, pallet sticks, modelling clay, ribbon, kitchen items & utensils (wears, skewers, wax paper etc.), kitchen equipment (kettle, saucepan, etc.), cooking ingredients, dishwashing liquid, iodine, hydrogen peroxide, Vitamin C tablets, sandpaper, gloves, nail, shoe box, empty bottle
  • Camp Name
    & Description
    Exploratory
    topics
    and areas
    Available
    Dates
    Key Learning Objectives
    At the end of each session,
    campers will be able to:
    General Materials & Supplies
    (Further details and quantities
    will be shared once registered)
    Wild Safari
    Take a trip to a Wild Safari! Explore biodiversity and meet amazing creatures, Check out their habitats and exotic features. From flora to fauna, meet the best of nature, This Wild Safari is a never-ending adventure!
    types of habitats; endangered species; food chains; classification of animals; flora and fauna of T&T 12th - 16th
    July 2021

    Later Gators ONLY 
    • Identify different habitats
    • Identify the animals that live in tropical climates
    • Discuss the classification of animals
    • List some endangered animals of Trinidad and Tobago
    • Identify various examples of plant and animal species found within Trinidad and Tobago
    • Discuss the concept of a food chain and highlight its key features
    • Understand the relationships between organisms in a food web
    • Explain what is an invasive species and list those found within Trinidad and Tobago
    • Discuss various animal relationships found in the wild
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, etc.), Bristol board, markers, crayons, paints, thumbtacks, string, cardboard
    Wayfinders
    Welcome Wayfinders! Find North and South with a map and compass in hand, Find your way across the sea and the land, Navigate the night’s sky. Are you ready to begin? Wayfinding is knowing where you’re going by remembering where you’ve been!
    astronomy; constellations; navigation (humans, animals, and plants) 19th - 23rd
    July 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators
    • Explain what is a constellation
    • Analyse constellation patterns using stars
    • Explain the mechanism of a compass
    • Discuss what is navigation and how it can be used by humans and animals
    • Interpret and use the features of a map
    • Identify and explain cardinal points
    • Understand and apply the fundamentals of map reading
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, stapler, colour pencils, markers etc.), string, clear cup, paper plate, toothpicks, straw, needle, mini marshmallows, small fridge magnet.
    Boss Builder!
    Welcome Boss Builder! All around the town, engineers come knocking, To share STEM secrets and the talents they bring. Making your own stuff is no boring thing, With designing, building, creating and of course tinkering!
    oil exploration and collection methods; transportation; motion; water conservation; first aid methods and treatment 26th - 30th
    July 2021

    Later Gators ONLY 
    • List ways that technology has improved quality of life.
    • Explain what is an invention.
    • Design and implement an invention to help solve a given problem.
    • Discuss the engineering design and thinking process.
    • Explain who is an engineer and how engineering has helped in everyday life
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, etc.), pushpin, craft knife, thick rubber bands, Bristol board, beads, string, pallet sticks, kitchen items & utensils (disposable wears, straws, skewers, etc.), oil, potato, uncooked rice/beans, cotton balls, cloth, ball, wood, dowel, coins, cardboard, empty plastic bottle.
    Techaholics
    Calling all Techaholics!!! In energy, health and so much more, Technology plays a role more now than ever before. Explore its applications with every stride, As you join us on this fun-filled ride!
    computer science/ robotics; environmental technology; agricultural technology; health technology; energy technology 9th - 13th
    August 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators 
    • Explain what is technology
    • Recognise the applications of technology in health care and sustainable development.
    • Explain what is coding and describe how its applications have improved the working economy
    • Identify and use some applications of computer science
    • Explain the role of dispersants in oil-spill clean-up
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, rulers etc.) craft knife, pallet sticks, duct tape, kitchen items & utensils (wears, straws, skewers, matches etc.), oil, dishwashing liquid, cloth, candle, playing cards, balloons, pool noodle, empty plastic bottle, empty tissue box, cardboard, access to garden hose.
    CHEMystery
    Let’s get to work! Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble, Come quick, young chemists! On the double! Experiments, explosions, and much more on the list, Mystery is no match for you super scientists!
    lab safety; chemical reactions; physics concepts; mathematics; food chemistry 16th - 20th
    August 2021

    Later Gators ONLY 
    • List and explain the necessary safety protocols required in a laboratory setting
    • Discuss examples of the relevance of science in everyday life
    • Highlight major scientists in history
    • Demonstrate, investigate and explain various science concepts via use of hands-on experiments and activities
    • Use various mathematic concepts
    • Convert units of measurements
    • Explain what is a force
    • Explain the concept of momentum
    • Discuss states of matter
    • Demonstrate and explain applications of chemistry in cooking and baking
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue etc), double sided tape, Bristol board, pompoms, pipe cleaners, craft sticks, string, rubber gloves, baking ingredients, kitchen items & utensils (wears, straws etc), access to microwave, food colouring, oil, Coca Cola, mentos, Alka Seltzer tablets, marshmallows, rubbing alcohol, balloon, bubble solution, deep bucket, dice, plastic bottle, dry sand.
  • Camp Name
    & Description
    Exploratory
    topics
    and areas
    Available
    Dates
    Key Learning Objectives
    At the end of each session,
    campers will be able to:
    General Materials & Supplies
    (Further details and quantities
    will be shared once registered)
    Wild Safari
    Take a trip to a Wild Safari! Explore biodiversity and meet amazing creatures, Check out their habitats and exotic features. From flora to fauna, meet the best of nature, This Wild Safari is a never-ending adventure!
    classification of animals; habitats; natural selection; ecosystems; exotic plants 12th - 16th
    July 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators
    • Outline the concept of taxonomy
    • Recall the hierarchy of classification of both the plant and animal kingdoms
    • Define the term ‘habitat’ and give examples of different terrestrial and aquatic habitats
    • State, with examples, what is an extremophile and explain how they survive in harsh conditions
    • Discuss different evolutionary adaptations of organisms that make them best-suited to survive in their environments/habitats
    • Discuss Charles Darwin’s theory of Natural Selection, showing examples throughout history
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, puncher, markers etc.), glue gun, Bristol board, paper file, string, ribbon, kitchen items & utensils (bowl, spoon, foil, etc.), ice, shortening, resealable bags, shoebox, cardboard, access to clothes iron, leaves, small stones.
    Wayfinders
    Welcome Wayfinders! Find North and South with a map and compass in hand, Find your way across the sea and the land, Navigate the night’s sky. Are you ready to begin? Wayfinding is knowing where you’re going by remembering where you’ve been!
    map reading; nautical navigation; astronomy; constellations; compasses and telescopes; animal navigation 19th - 23rd
    July 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators
    • Define the term ‘navigation’ and identify the cardinal points
    • Identify key map features and symbols and demonstrate the fundamentals of map reading.
    • Identify and classify different landforms
    • Locate the Caribbean region, different continents and the associated oceans on the globe
    • Explain satellite navigation via GPS technologies
    • Describe how boat design uses nature to enable navigation
    • Identify different constellation patterns and state their relevance to cardinal direction
    • Discuss the history of telescopes and compasses
    • Explain the uses of telescopes and compasses
    • Discuss the concepts of echolocation, magnetic fields and ocean currents
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, etc.), glue gun, paint, pallet sticks, Bristol board, duct tape, string, matches, refrigerator magnets, needle, beach ball, balloons, modelling clay, small plastic plant/animal toys, kitchen items and utensils (bowls, spoon etc), ice, disposable items (shoebox, paper towel roll etc), leaves and small stones.
    Boss Builder!
    Welcome Boss Builder! All around the town, engineers come knocking, To share STEM secrets and the talents they bring. Making your own stuff is no boring thing, With designing, building, creating and of course tinkering!
    101 inventions; electricity; engineering; physics concepts; recyclables 26th - 30th
    July 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators
    • Connect the terms innovation and invention
    • List famous inventors and state their creations
    • Explain and demonstrate the principles behind forces
    • Build a simple circuit and demonstrate how circuits work
    • Design an experiment to demonstrate electrical attraction and repulsion
    • Convert simple recyclable materials into a functional tool/toy/instrument
    • Apply critical thinking skills to solve modern day problems
    • Define general engineering and list its branches
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, metal paper clips, rubber bands etc.), pallet sticks, strainer, baking sheet, disposable wears, plastic wrap, vinegar, potatoes, Alka Seltzer tablet, corn syrup, oil, dishwashing liquid, food colouring, Rubbing Alcohol, ping pong balls, nail, light bulb, wire, batteries, sandpaper, optional electric items (motor, electrical tape etc), empty plastic bottle, old newspapers
    Techaholics
    Calling all Techaholics!!! In energy, health and so much more, Technology plays a role more now than ever before. Explore its applications with every stride, As you join us on this fun-filled ride!
    computer programming; coding; robotics; technology in agriculture; sustainable technologies 9th - 13th
    August 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators
    • Recognise the binary system and explain how computers communicate
    • Understand and use coding and computer programming
    • Discuss and connect the terms algorithms, script, function, loop, etc.
    • Interact and engage with different coding apps.
    • Define the term technology as it relates to everyday life.
    • Demonstrate applications of technology in the fields of engineering, medicine, and agriculture.
    • Discuss and propose tech-based solutions to arising societal problems of health, food security and pollution.
    • Define the terms ‘robotics’ and ‘automation’.
    • Describe the impact of robotics and automation on society
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue, rulers etc.), Styrofoam balls, kitchen items and utensils (spoons, straws, cups etc), food colouring, plasticine, batteries, optional electronic items (motor, battery cap), cardboard, empty plastic bottle, soil.
    CHEMystery
    Let’s get to work! Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble, Come quick, young chemists! On the double! Experiments, explosions, and much more on the list, Mystery is no match for you super scientists!
    lab safety; chemical reactions; measurements; states of matter; food science 16th - 20th
    August 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators
    • Describe a basic laboratory setting and its safety protocols
    • Explain what is a chemical reaction
    • List, with examples, the different kinds of chemical reactions
    • Name common laboratory chemicals and their distinguishing features
    • Identify different laboratory apparatus and state their functions
    • Write simple word and chemical equations
    • Measure various quantities accurately and apply correct units of measurement
    • Compare the different states of matter and describe the processes which cause a change from one state to another
    Basic stationery (paper, pencil, pen, eraser, scissors, glue etc), paint, pallet sticks, kitchen items & utensils (cups, funnel, etc), access to kitchen equipment (blender, refrigerator etc), cooking ingredients, coffee filters, Alka Seltzer, vinegar, rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, dishwashing liquid, paper towels, coins, measuring tape, calculator, balloon, plastic bottle.
  • Camp Name Exploratory topics and areas Available Dates
    & Timeslots
    Key Learning Objectives
    e-Magination Take your eMagination to new heights and learn to harness your creativity through hands-on projects and activities. This week-long camp, will give you the opportunity to use the programming language Scratch to create and animate your own stories and games!

    July 5-9 and
    August 9-13 2021

    Fully Booked - Not available

    At the end of this camp, participants will understand how to:
    • Identify the basic principles of coding
    • Demonstrate block coding using the Scratch software
    • Create a functional program within
    specific constraints
    • Create an animation using programming
    • Design a video game using the Scratch programming
    language
    • Modify an algorithm using the Scratch software
    • Navigate the Scratch workspace
    • Apply the concept of technopreneurship using a
    program you created

  • Camp Name Exploratory topics and areas Available Dates
    & Timeslots
    Key Learning Objectives
    Young Inventors-
    What’s The
    Buzz?
    Design. Program. Simulate. In this class, you will learn to design, program, and simulate electronic circuits and LED lights. You will learn how to use CAD software (TinkerCAD) to design your own custom interactive projects and how to connect them using actual components. 

    July 12-16 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators

    At the end of this camp, participants will understand how to:
    • Identify an Arduino circuit board and its components
    • Identify the differences between series and parallel
    circuits
    • Identify basic electronic components such as a
    capacitor, resistor and LED
    • Create a series circuit using Tinkercad
    • Create a parallel circuit using TinkerCAD
    • Modify Electronic circuits to meet specific
    requirements
    • Create a series-parallel circuit using TinkerCAD
    • Compare the differences between voltage and
    current
    • Create an electronic simulation

    Participants will also understand:
    • The concept of electricity and its importance
    • The difference between voltage and current
    • The basics of circuitry
    • The functions of certain electronic components
    • The LED and the technological advancements
    associated with it

    e-Builderz  Sure, anyone can play a video game….but can you build one?  Set your imagination free as you learn how to design your own 3D games using Roblox Studio. Dive deep into the immersive world of Roblox as you release your inner engineer! Build and customize your 3D character and explore tons of different virtual worlds with friends online. Each day, you'll gain specialized knowledge in building and programming with the help of our experienced instructors.

    July 19-23 2021

    Fully Booked - Not available

    At the end of this camp, participants will understand how to:
    • Apply basic 3D designing to build a game using the
    Roblox gaming platform
    • Modify designs and structures using the Roblox
    platform
    • Create custom terrain for a game environment
    • Apply game objectives and scoring system to your
    game
    • Develop interpersonal skills through the use of group
    activities
    • Apply the concept of technopreneurship in a design
    • Publish a game to the Roblox community site
    Tinker Titans Dream it. Design it. Let your inner engineer out to play with Tinker Titans Camp! Students will learn basic CAD skills and use the software to solve fun 3D challenges. 

    July 26-30 2021

    Early Birds
    or
    Later Gators

    At the end of camp, students
    will understand:
    • The Tinkercad dashboard & Shape Toolbar
    • How to add objects to the workplane within Tinkercad
    • View controls within Tinkercad
    • How to adjust the workplane within Tinkercad
    • How to add and modify objects on the workplane
    within Tinkercad.
    • How models are created within Tinkercad.
    • Working with constraints within Tinkercad.

    Students will also:
    • Develop interpersonal skills through group activities.
    • Develop presentation skills.

    GrafX  * Passionate about art and design? Learn the fundamentals of graphic design using open-source software like Inkscape and Gimp. From logo designing to creating an ad, students will enjoy discovering how to manipulate photos and to create their own special effects. 

    August 3-6 2021

    Fully Booked - Not available

    At the end of this camp, participants will understand how to:
    • Compare the differences between Inkscape and
    GIMP software
    • Identify the basic commands in the Gimp and
    Inkscape software
    • Modify objects using Inkscape and Gimp
    • Create objects using Inkscape and GIMP
    • Create designs with designs using constraints
    • Navigate the Inkscape and GIMP workspace
    • Apply the design process in the creation of ad/flyer
    • Apply the concept of technopreneurship in a design
    • Import and Export designs in different formats
    • Create and modify text using Inkscape and GIMP
    • Test programs and algorithms for accuracy and make
    required changes
    RoboTech  Explore, program, and build virtual robots using the VEXcode Virtual Robotics Simulator. Learn about computer science, programming, robotics simulation, and more. Students will be inspired to try new things and explore their interests in STEM, while developing 21st Century skills such as critical thinking and problem solving. 

    August 16-20 2021

    Fully Booked - Not available

    At the end of camp, students will understand how to:
    • Identify all major parts of a Robotic unit
    • Apply basic knowledge of programming software
    and principles in the creation of algorithms
    • Identify the different types of robots, their uses
    and functions
    • Develop algorithms to solve simple problems

    Anim8    Ever wanted to design and animate your own characters? Join us for Anim8 as we learn the foundations of graphic design and 2-D animation using Krita and Synfig.

    August 22-27 2021

    Fully Booked - Not available

    At the end of this camp, participants will understand how to:
    • Compare various types of animation and animation
    software
    • Learn basic 2d digital designing
    • Compile information using a video editing timeline
    • Create a shadow animation
    • Create coloured animation
    • Create an animated special effect
    • Create stop-motion animation
    • Produce and publish your very own animated movie
    • Apply the concept of technopreneurship in a design
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