Learn the basics of coding at our Programming day camp, creating your own games and animations using simple code and playful applications, while also learning the basics of computational thinking in a fun summer camp environment.
|Type of camp:||Summer day camp|
|Language of the classes:||Hungarian and English Learn more...|
|Dates & duration:||5 days / camp (Mon – Fri), open all summer. Learn more...|
|Opening hours:||8 am to 5 pm (arrival: 8 to 9 am; pick-up: 4 to 5 pm)|
|Location:||Flamenco Tennis hall Learn more...|
|Age limits:||7 to 12|
|Group sizes at classes:||4-7 kids per class|
|Group sizes at activities:||8 kids per class Learn more...|
|Teacher to childer ratio:||1 to 5 Learn more...|
|Meals:||Full board, special dietary meals available Learn more...|
|How to sign up:||Online or at our Budapest HQ Learn more...|
At the Funside Budapest international summer day camp, we have four one-hour long classes a day. At the Robotics Day Camp, two of the classes are robotics, while the other two are English, tennis or arts & crafts, based on your choice. Besides the classes, we have several games and fun activities, tournaments and competitions, as well as sport and drama games in the venue's garden and indoor areas. Throughout each week, our teachers take photos of the activities, which are then written on a gift photo CD. Each camper receives one of these at the end of the week to take home as a memory of the camp.
Acquiring IT skills has become a necessity in recent years, with an ever-growing interest in learning computer science at a young age, while also making the time spent in front of a screen as meaningful as possible. The goal of our Programming Camp is to introduce children and teenagers to the world of coding in a playful, interactive and fun way, as well as getting them started on a journey that doesn't end when the camp does, by showing them where and how to continue practicing what they have learned. During programming classes, our students learn the basic rules of coding and algorithmic thinking through games and puzzles, solving problems without even realizing their great complexity. For this, we use the Scratch and Code.org platforms, which teach programming through visual exercises, designed specifically for young learners.
Please note: children must be able to read confidently to attend this class. Otherwise, we recommend our robotics day camp, where reading is less of a requirement.
This program also provides is a great introduction into our new afterschool programming and robotics courses, beginning in the autumn of 2017.
Free time games and activities
|Games and tournaments||Table tennis||Face painting|
|Football, basketball||Drama games||Foosball|
|Board games||Trampoline||Weekly schedule...|
All possible camp combinations in Budapest
|English & Tennis Day Camp||English & Arts&Crafts Day Camp||Tennis & Arts&Crafts Day Camp|
|Hungarian & Tennis Day Camp||Hungarian & Arts&Crafts Day Camp||English & Robotics Day Camp|
|Hungarian & Robotics Day Camp||Tennis & Robotics Day Camp||Arts&Crafts & Robotics Day Camp|
|English & Programming Day Camp||Tennis & Programming Day Camp||Arts&Crafts & Programming Day Camp|
|Hungarian & Programming Day Camp||Robotics & Programming Day Camp|
Sign upDeadline: availability for our camps is limited and places are filled up on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign up early to ensure your place for the desired camp. Registration starts at midday on Wednesday, February 15, 2017.
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