Camps

Registration for 2018 summer camps is open!
The summer camp schedule for our Round Rock and Austin locations are in the tables below. Click on the link for any camp for more information about that particular camp and/or to register. Our summer camps are week-long (Monday-Friday) and are designed for children and teens ages 7-17 years old.

The summer camps have half-day or full-day options, with camp hours from 9 AM to 4 PM in Round Rock. Descriptions for all camps are listed below. Morning care and afternoon care are available for an additional fee at our Round Rock location.

2018 Locations:

  • Round Rock: Fun 2 Learn Code, 301 Hesters Crossing, Suite 120, Round Rock, 78681
  • Central Austin: Toybrary, 2001 Justin Ln, Austin, TX 78757
  • South Austin: Del Sol Yoga & Kung Fu, 11190 Circle Dr. #103, Austin, 78736

Round Rock Camps

 Morning (9 AM - 12 PM) Afternoon (1 PM - 4 PM)
Ages 7-11Ages 10+Ages 7-11Ages 10+
Mar 12-16KoduSTEAM
June 4-8Minecraft RedstoneUnity ScratchMinecraft Mods
June 11-15KoduMinecraft Game Design (10+) or VR (12+) Minecraft Mods JrSTEAM (10+) or Blender (12+)
June 18-22ScratchMinecraft Mods STEAMPython
June 25-29KoduMinecraft Game Design (10+) or Robotics (12+) Minecraft RedstoneUnity (10+) or VR (12+)
July 2-6STEAM- Scratch or Intermediate Scratch (ages 8+)-
July 9-13Minecraft Mods JrUnity Minecraft RedstoneMinecraft Mods
July 16-20Python (8+)Python STEAMSTEAM
July 23-27KoduApp Development (10+) or Unity (12+) ScratchMinecraft Game Design (10+) or VR (12+)
Jul 30-Aug 3Intermediate Scratch (ages 8+)STEAM Minecraft Mods JrMinecraft Mods
Aug 6-10Minecraft RedstoneUnity KoduPython
Aug 13-17ScratchMinecraft Mods Minecraft Mods JrMinecraft Game Design

Central Austin Camps at Toybrary

 Morning (9 AM - 12 PM) Afternoon (1 PM - 4 PM)
Ages 7-11Ages 10-14Ages 7-11Ages 10-14
June 4-8ScratchSTEAM
June 18-22Minecraft Mods Minecraft Game Design
July 9-13Python (ages 8+)Minecraft Mods Jr
July 30-Aug 3PythonUnity

South Austin Summer Camps

Del Sol Yoga & Kung Fu - 11190 Circle Dr. #103, 78736
Intro to Coding with Scratch
July 16-20
9 am - 12 pm
Ages 7-11
Learn programming concepts such as loops, conditional statements and variables while creating various animations, games, stories and art with Scratch, a visual block-based language developed to teach young people coding fundamentals. Cost: $160 early registration (by Feb. 28); $180 registration (after Feb. 28)
Minecraft Mods Jr
July 16-20
12: 30 pm - 3:30 pm
Ages 7-11
Make your very own mod in Minecraft by drawing your items and blocks, creating crafting recipes and adding them all to the game using our custom-built platform. Cost: $190 early registration (by Feb. 28); $210 registration (after Feb. 28)

Camp options in 2018 include the following:

Minecraft Mods (ages 7-11)
Make your very own mod in Minecraft by creating items and blocks, establishing crafting recipes and adding them all to the game using our custom-built platform. No prior programming experience is required for this camp. Designed for ages 7-11 that have an active Minecraft account and have experience playing Minecraft on the Mac or PC. Each camper will take his/her completed mod home at the end of the week, along with instructions on how to install it.
Cost – current students: $175, early registration (by Feb. 28): $190, registration (after Feb. 28): $210

Intro to Coding with Scratch Programming (ages 7-11)
Learn programming concepts such as loops, conditional statements and variables while creating various animations, games, stories and art. Scratch is a visual block-based language developed to teach young people the fundamentals of computer programming, and is now being used at some colleges and universities as an introduction to coding. This camp is designed for ages 7 and older.
Cost – current students: $150, early registration (by Feb. 28): $160, registration (after Feb. 28): $180

Intermediate Scratch Programming (ages 8+)
Create multi-level games and classic arcade games in Scratch, a visual block-based language created to teach young people the fundamentals of computer programming. This camp is designed for ages 8 and older. Requirement: must have previous Scratch experience.
Cost – current students: $160, early registration (by Feb. 28): $180, registration (after Feb. 28): $200

Video Game Design with Kodu (ages 7-11)
Learn computer programming concepts while being introduced to video game design. Campers will create their own games using Kodu Game Lab, a visual programming language developed for designing and creating games. This camp is designed for ages 7-11. Games created at this camp will be able to be played on a PC (not a Mac).
Cost – current students: $160, early registration (by Feb. 28): $180, registration (after Feb. 28): $200

STEAM Camp (ages 7-11)
This camp provides exploration of various types of technologies and programs:

  • Video Game Creation with Kodu
  • Coding with Scratch
  • Computer Programming Challenges
  • Robotics
  • Engineering Projects
  • Stop Motion Animation

Campers will complete multiple projects while being exposed to different segments of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). This camp is designed for ages 7-11.
Cost – current students: $160, early registration (by Feb. 28): $180, registration (after Feb. 28): $200

Python Programming (ages 8-11)
Get an introduction to Python and learn the structure of a text-based programming language while exploring coding concepts and writing your own programs. If your child is interested in learning to code, Python is a great first programming language to learn. Campers will write several programs during the week as they learn about variables, loops, conditions and graphics in Python. Designed for ages 8-11. Requirements: none, but basic typing skills are recommended.
Cost – current students: $175, early registration (by Feb. 28): $190, registration (after Feb. 28): $210

Minecraft Engineering with Redstone (ages 7-11)
Explore and design redstone circuits in Minecraft to provide a basic understanding of electrical gates using Minecraft items such as switches, levers, buttons and more. This camp is designed for ages 7-11. Campers should ideally have his/her own Minecraft account for PC or Mac, but the concepts covered in this camp should also be applicable on Minecraft Pocket Edition.
Cost – current students: $175, early registration (by Feb. 28): $190, registration (after Feb. 28): $210

Minecraft Mods with Java (ages 10-14)
Make your very own mod while learning the basics of the programming language Java. Campers will write code in Java and use a graphics editing program to add their own items and blocks to Minecraft. No prior programming experience is required for this camp. Designed for ages 10 and older that have an active Minecraft account and have experience playing Minecraft on the Mac or PC. Each camper will take his/her completed mod home at the end of the week, along with instructions on how to install it. Requirement: basic typing skills.
Cost – current students: $180, early registration (by Feb. 28): $200, registration (after Feb. 28): $225

Game Design with Minecraft (ages 10-14)
Learn the concepts of level and game design using Minecraft. In this camp, students will be building maps in Minecraft that focus on level design, map balance and what makes a map interesting and fun. Designed for ages 10 and older that have an active Minecraft account and have experience playing Minecraft on the Mac or PC.
Cost – current students: $180, early registration (by Feb. 28): $200, registration (after Feb. 28): $225

Python Programming (ages 10-14)
Get an introduction to Python and learn the structure of a text-based programming language while exploring coding concepts and writing your own programs. If your child is interested in learning to code, Python is a great first programming language to learn. Campers will write several programs during the week as they learn about variables, loops, conditions and graphics in Python. Designed for ages 10-14. Requirement: basic typing skills.
Cost – current students: $180, early registration (by Feb. 28): $200, registration (after Feb. 28): $225

Video Game Development with Unity (ages 10-14)
Create a basic video game in Unity, one of the most powerful 2D and 3D game creation platforms. More than 1/3 of the top games are made with Unity. Campers will learn to use the Unity interface and write code in C# as they are introduced to object-oriented programming while making their game. Requirement: basic typing skills. This camp is designed for ages 10-14.
Cost – current students: $180, early registration (by Feb. 28): $200, registration (after Feb. 28): $225

Virtual Reality and Unity Game Development (ages 12+)
Create a basic 3D video game and explore virtual reality using Unity. The game includes the use of Unity development tools such as physics, collision detection, VR controls, prefab construction, lighting and general use of the Unity development interface. By the end of the camp each student will have created a dungeon crawler game where the player traverses the map to find the exit. Requirement: basic typing skills. This camp is designed for ages 12+.
Cost – current students: $200, early registration (by Feb. 28): $225, registration (after Feb. 28): $250

Virtual Reality and Unity Game Development (ages 12+)
Create an advanced 3D video game and explore virtual reality using Unity. The game includes the use of Unity development tools such as Animators, Path-finding, State Machines, physics, collision detection, VR controls, prefab construction, lighting and general use of the Unity development interface. By the end of the camp each student will have created a dungeon crawler game with AI-controlled enemies with a boss fight to end the game. While we recommend prior exposure to Unity through our beginner level Unity camp, or other means, it is not required. Requirement: basic typing skills. This camp is designed for ages 12+.
Cost – current students: $200, early registration (by Feb. 28): $225, registration (after Feb. 28): $250

3D Design and Imaging with Blender (ages 12-17)
Learn to work on 3D objects and learn about design, texture, lighting and animation using Blender, a program for creating 3D computer graphics. Students will learn the features of Blender and create a 3D scene during the week. This camp is designed for ages 12-17 years old.
Cost – current students: $180, early registration (by Feb. 28): $200, registration (after Feb. 28): $225

Android Mobile App Development (ages 10-14)
Create multiple apps for Android mobile devices using App Inventor, a block-based programming platform. Apps can be installed on any Android device and uploaded to the Google Play Store. This camp is designed for ages 10-14 years old.
Cost – current students: $180, early registration (by Feb. 28): $200, registration (after Feb. 28): $225

Robotics (ages 12-17)
Students will work together in teams to design, build and program robots, using Vex EDR kits, to complete objectives. Vex robotics are the use by local high school engineering classes. This camp is designed for ages 12-17.
Cost – current students: $200, early registration (by Feb. 28): $225, registration (after Feb. 28): $250

STEAM Camp (ages 10-14)
This camp provides exploration of various types of technologies and programs:

  • Video Game Development with Unity
  • Python
  • 3D Modeling with Blender
  • Engineering Projects
  • Robotics

Campers will complete multiple projects while being exposed to different segments of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). This camp is designed for ages 10-14.
Cost – current students: $180, early registration (by Feb. 28): $200, registration (after Feb. 28): $225

Before Camp and After Camp Care:

Early drop-off (8:00 AM – 9:00 AM) and late pick-up (4:00 PM – 5:00 PM) are available at our Round Rock location only. Pre-registration is required.

Discounts:

We offer discounts for the following:

  • any current student enrolled in one or more semester-long class of at least 12 hours (discount of $10-$25 off early registration per camp, or $30-$50 off regular registration per camp).
  • any child/teen that signs up for more than one half-day camp. The discount applies to the second camp, plus any other additional camps for any week during the summer (5% discount).
  • any sibling of a currently-enrolled camper (5% discount).

Additional Information:

Campers attending half-day camps should bring a nut-free snack and a water bottle. Campers attending camps all day should bring a lunch, 1-2 nut-free snacks and a water bottle.

Throughout the week, campers will also be provided with unplugged and group activities that focus on problem-solving, socialization, creativity and collaboration.

Coding Classes and Summer Camps for Children and Teens in Round Rock and the Austin Area