Robotics family day at The Works Museum in Bloomington.

Robotics Camps

Get hands-on with Robotics with STEM camps at The Works Museum.  Explore building, coding, and robotics in camps for kids ages 6-11.

Looking for camps for the 2019-2020 school year? Click below to view the schedule.

Registration Information for 2020 Summer Camps

January 27: Innovators Club* registration begins.
January 30: Member registration begins.
February 6: Public registration begins.

Camps for Ages 6-8

$190, $171 members
Same great Robocoding Camp, in a section for girls. Work in pairs to build little robots using special LEGO WeDo 2.0 pieces. Program your creations using iPads and programming software.
M-Th, July 27-30, 1-4 p.m.  |  Register for aftercare July 27-30

Camps for Ages 9-11

$190, $171 members
Design, build, and program robotic creations using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system. Write computer programs for your robot to complete a mission to Mars.
M-Th, June 22-25, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.  |  Register for lunch supervision June 22-25
M-Th, July 6-9, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.  |  Register for lunch supervision July 6-9

$190, $171 members
If you’ve taken LEGO Robotics I before and have the basics of LEGO EV3 robotics down, this session is for you! Add sensors and programming to make a navigation bot and a ball-hunting rover.
M-Th, July 27-30, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.  |  Register for lunch supervision July 27-30

Tips for camp registration:

  • Want a 5-day experience for your camper? Add on a Friday Fun Day to the regular camp week.
  • Want to try a 1-day experience? Register just for Friday Fun Days or look at our July 4th week camps.
  • The session you wanted is full? Get on the wait list to be notified if we’re able to add extra sessions.
  • Want a full-day experience? Register for an a.m. and p.m. camp. We supervise campers while they enjoy lunch from home and play between camps.
  • Drop-off begins at 8:30 for a.m. camps and at 12:30 for p.m. camps.
  • Pick-up is from 12-12:30 for a.m. camps and 4-4:15 for p.m. camps.
  • By registering for camp you attest that you have read and agree to the camp and cancellation policies of The Works Museum.