Makerspace Monday: Summer Camp

Not going away to summer camp this year? Never fear, summer camps can come to you on a phone or a computer. It’s always a good time to be a maker!  

Camp Candlewick     

Take the pledge and check in to a cabin at Camp Candlewick, a 12-week virtual book camp for grades 1–12 with shared reads, activities, and streaming events with book creators.

Code with Google      

Download the free Grasshopper app to a phone or a computer and solve puzzles as you learn how to code with JavaScript. Tell a story with Scratch and more.

DC Kids Camp    

Join DC Kids Camp by visiting DC Kids on Twitter and Instagram for kid-friendly, superhero-themed activities and videos. Learn how to draw favorite DC superheroes, make your own comics, and more.

Drawn to Fantasy

After listening to Tony DiTerlizzi read his first book, Jimmy Zangwow’s Out-of-This-World Moon-Pie Adventure, spend the summer watching all 55 episodes of his Drawn to Fantasy video series and create your own fantasy world.

Geek Out
Use your phone to practice new photography skills, create video games and websites using free software, and write in the secret language of computers with Geek Squad Academy: At Home!

Sew a Softie

Watch the online video tutorials at Sew a Softie and make one yourself.

Write. Right. Rite.

Challenge yourself to create something new each week with National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Jason Reynold’s “Write. Right. Rite.” videos.

You’re Invited!

I’m offering a free online makerspace workshop for adults from June 21 to July 17. The Naturally Creative Workshop is 20 days of small steps (thoughts and actions), Monday through Friday, four weeks in a row. Find your natural creativity again by making what you love day after day after day.

Anastasia Suen reads, edits, and writes books for all ages from her makerspace at home in Northern California. She has been teaching children’s book writing workshops since 1999, writing for Booklist since 2004, and managing the Carnival of Children’s Literature since 2010. Follow her on Twitter at @AnastasiaSuen'

About the Author:

Post a Comment