Ideal camp for students who like to tinker and build in a unique maker environment where they will design and code functioning prototypes of games and utilities with core electronic parts on a micro-controller board.
- All our camps are designed specifically to satisfy the curious and inquisitive nature of our campers with the optimal combination of fun and learning
In Thinking Feet's Electronic Circuits camp your child will create, design, code, experiment and optimize many electronic circuits
- Campers design fully functioning prototypes from individual electronic components (resistors, LEDs, switches, variety of sensors) integrating with the Arduino board.
- They program the chips and circuits using C programming language or block coding (depending on their programming prowess). This camp will help your child take the leap into the world of advanced programming while learning algorithms, best practices of coding, in a very collaborative and engaging environment.
- They learn optimization of circuits where they learn how to maintain functionality using fewer components...an exposure to real world problem solving where they have to achieve objectives while minimizing resources (and not sacrifice quality).
- Our younger coders in Grades 1 - 4 learn the basic components of an electronic circuit that they program using block coding interfaces.
Thinking Feet’s main learning center is located in the Ballantyne area in Mecklenburg county in the Wingate University campus. We are just minutes away from nearby Blakeney, Weddington, Marvin, Waxhaw, Pineville, Wesley Chapel, Piper Glen and Fort Mill, SC.