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Newton’s Attic: Summer Session 8

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Session 8 Camps

Creative Aviation

Ages 11-16 • Half Day • Cost: $195

After learning about aerodynamics, wing plan forms, air- foils, balance and flight controls, each student will construct a custom giant glider (4ft wingspan) from 1⁄4” foam board, balsa and glue. Stock designs are available, but creativity is encouraged, and each student can create a craft of his or her own design. Our instructor, Keith Hollifield, has successfully built and flown hundreds of aircraft, and he stands ready to assist students who want to venture outside the box. These creations will be launched using our high-tension accelera- tor to put some serious air under their wings. Students will use their crafts to engage in a series of challenges including flight distance, time of flight, payload capability and precision landing tasks with an award given for the best overall perfor- mance. This is precision work. Students should be prepared to us discipline, focus and patience to complete this course. Everyone keeps the aircrafts they create in this course, and each glider could be later adapted to radio control for use at home or elsewhere.

 

Goldie Blox and the Three Gadgets (Girls Only!)

Ages 5–9 • Half Day • Cost: $175

This girls-only class incorporates GoldieBlox, an award win- ning book series and construction set starring Goldie the girl inventor, developed by Stanford-degreed Mechanical Engineer, Debbie Sterling. GoldieBlox taps into girls’ strong verbal skills and uses a story-based construction set to explore concepts such as the wheel and axel, belt drive, the hinge and other engineering concepts all while building spacial skills and confidence in problem solving. True to Newton’s Attic, we will expand on the program by teaching basic tool use and further developing the engineering skills by having the girls build projects in the shop that reinforce the concepts in the con- struction sets. The girls may keep the projects they build in the Newton’s Attic shop.

 

Minecraft Mod with MCreator

Ages 8-10 • Half Day • Cost: $175

By popular demand, we have adapted the Minecraft Mod class to include revisions to the curriculum to allow students as young as 8 to join in. The students will be introduced to MCre- ator, a code-generating program that is used to make modifi- cations without programming knowledge. The class will teach students to work with the code of other developers and to read and decipher preexisting code, a common practice in the soft- ware development field. No previous programming experience is required, but students must have a Minecraft account prior to joining the class. If students would like to work on code outside of class, they should bring a flash drive.

 

Photo Manipulation

Ages 11-16 • Half Day • Cost: $175

Using Photoshop CS2, students will learn to take existing photographs and make them into something new. They will be free to simply combine and edit family photos, turn a portrait into a monster or alien, turn the family dog into a dinosaur, or almost anything else they can imagine. These skills are the basis of several different career options and they will be able to use them for years to come.

 

Da Vinci Kids

Ages 6–9 • Full week, Half Day: Mornings • Cost: $215 Full week, Half Day: Afternoons • Cost: $215
Select both morning and afternoon options for a full day/ full week. Morning and afternoon activities will not be duplicated or repeated in any given week.

Science, math, engineering, art: Da Vinci was a master of it all. In this class designed exclusively for young developing minds, students get to follow in his footsteps by engaging in a variety of stimulating activities that cut across a wide range of disciplines. Tool use, building and engineering, chemistry and biology, art and design, spontaneous improvisation, and healthy dose of brain and body play are all mixed together to form this experience. Each activity will last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes as students move from one subject to the next, while making new discoveries about the diverse world around them. Who knows – with this wide range of topics, your child just may discover something of interest that he or she never even imagined.

 

Minecraft Mod with Java

Ages 11-16 • Half Day • Cost: $175

Join a world of cubes and coding in this class for creat-
ing your own Minecraft mods! Students will work with the popular video game Minecraft and will use Java code as well as sound and image editing software to make their own resource pack and eventually a mod for the game. The mods will be limited in depth of changes to the game but will set the basis for future modifications that the student may want to make. The class will teach students to work with the code of other developers and to read and decipher pre-existing code, a common practice in the software development field. No previous programming experience is required, but students must have a Minecraft account prior to joining the class. If students would like to work on code outside of class, they should bring a flash drive to save their work.

 

Lego Robo-Sumo

Ages 8-10 • Half Day • Cost: $175
Ages 11-15 • Half Day • Cost: $175
This introductory/ intermediate course of Remote Control Sumo Robotics can be enjoyed by students with varying ex- perience levels.Some build experience is beneficial but not required, and no programming experience is required. Partic- ipants will build Sumo-style Lego robots which will be remote controlled via an Android device (phone or tablet) as the robots battle it out in the Sumo-bot arena. Instructor will supply Android devices if students don’t have their own.

 

Drones 101: Fun With Quadcopters

Ages 12-17 • Half Day • Cost: $275*

*The price includes a Quadcopter with an $89 retail value which students take home. A minimum of three students is required for this class to run. Please share this very special offering with friends and family who might be interested. Quadcopters are the little flying “Drones” that seem to be everywhere these days. Their ease of use and precision flight capability make them an excellent tool for experimentation. Students will learn the basic concepts of quadcopter con- struction and operation in this intro- ductory course. Each student will assemble his or her own min- iature quadcopter prior to receiving flight instruction. They will then construct obstacles to be used in a final challenge. Students will compete in a timed flight on the obstacle course they have designed to crown the “King of Quads”. Instructor Keith Hollifield has had a life-long passion for model building, electronic gadgets and aviation and is a long time member and former president of the Lexington Model Airplane Club. He has built and flown over 200 different model aircraft from those small enough for indoor flight to jet powered models capable of 200mph.

 

Camp Catapult

Ages 12-17 • Half Day • Cost: $195

Additional sessions for younger students listed below.

Siege Alert! Look out, it’s time for flying tennis balls, eggs and bags of Jell-O as this camp offers participants the opportu- nity to design and build a table top size catapult or trebuchet. Students start with a kit of wood, steel, aluminum and plastic parts and create their catapult. When students finish their inventions, they field test them in a fun and exciting activity.

 

Rube Goldberg Machines

Ages 9 -12 • Half Day • Cost: $195

We’ve all seen them, but not everyone knows them by name. Rube Goldberg machines are contraptions made of house- hold items, junk and just about anything that can be connect- ed together in a convoluted arrangement that can be set off to produce a chain reaction of motion that typically ends in some sort of grand finale. In this introductory class, young students learn how to engineer table top sized Rube Gold- bergs from all sorts of items found in the extensive collection of vintage parts at Newton’s Attic. So crank up your creativity, imagination, sense of humor, and get ready to learn about tool use, basic engineering and outside the box thinking in this entertaining and educational experience.

 

Camp Chemistry

Ages 7-9 • Full week – Half Day • Cost: $195
Single day – Half Day • Cost: $45

Glowing water, blue and red flames, and mountains of oozing foam are everyday occurrences in Camp Chemistry at Newton’s Attic. This camp will expose students to the fun and sometimes bizarre world of chemistry, chemical reactions and exciting things that can be made with the right mixture of knowledge, chemicals and materials. In addition to playing with (safe) chemicals, students will work in the shop to fabricate various items, such as test tube holders and similar gadgets that will aid in their exploration of the world of chemistry. Students in the 10 to 15 year old class will delve deeper into fascinating reactions, learn about the periodic table, chemical equations and the mysteries of molecules. So, let’s all put on our safety glasses, lab aprons and rubber gloves and see what strange potions we can concoct.

 

Python for Game Development (Level II)

Ages 12-17 • Half Day • Cost: $175

Dive into the world of Python game development this sum- mer at Newton’s Attic! Why just learn to play video games when you can learn to make them? This course is designed to extend the Introduction the Python Programming class and will allow students to gain experience programming games using Python. Students will learn the basics of 2D game development as they design and code a game from a list of classic titles including Pong, Frogger, and Space Invaders! They will first work on developing the foundation of their game, and then will add animations and sound effects as the week progresses. Students must come with previous Python programming experience if they have not taken the Introduction to Python Programming course.

 

Autodesk Inventor 3D CAD Modeling

Ages 11-16 • Half Day • Cost: $175

You’ll be amazed at the cool things you can design on your computer after just one day of instruction on this free software that you can download at home! Autodesk Inventor is a professional CAD program popular in the manufacturing world that offers an easy-to-use set of tools for 3D mechanical design, documentation, product simulation and digital prototyping. This class will provide students with an introduction of the basics of 3D CAD modeling, and students will learn how to design basic shapes and simple edits of modeling. You’ll have to come to this class just to see everything you can create!

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