Google and Maker launch summer camp for kids
Google and Maker Media have launched the third edition of Maker Camp, a free, online summer camp for kids 13 years and older, hosted on Google+. Throughout the six weeks, kids can pick and choose themed projects, and build things like soda bottle rockets, as well as going on webcasted field trips with the likes of Lego, Google’s self-driving car, and Blue Man Group. To join, teens simply need to create a Google+ profile and follow MAKE on G http://goo.gl/Qpc39e.
For kids who cannot access the Internet or want to “do-it-together” with other kids in their community, 500 libraries, schools, and museums across the country are hosting camps, a list of which can be found at http://makercamp.com/summer-2014/affiliate-map/.
For more information or to register, visit http://makercamp.com.