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Evergreen Sportsplex is excited to host C3 Cyber Club as an extra experience after Evergreen Summer Camp!

C3 Cyber Club is a week long camp - 10 hours total!

Only $150 per week per student!

Questions: call 703-729-0985

 

 

June 18th - June 22nd

August 20th- August 24th

Time:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

Minecraft Modding

Grades: 1 - 3 Software: Minecraft, MCreator Skill Level: eg.-Int.

In this class, students will learn how to create their own custom gameplay items and elements using MCreator and Minecraft.  Students will learn how to create artwork for various items, and implement them into the game with custom behaviors while learning about texturing, logic flow, asset organization, and custom event triggers. Design their own custom blocks, weapons, food, biomes and more! Younger students focus more on texture work. Introduce

your kids to modding Minecraft today!

Topics Learned:

● Texture Design  ● Custom Events  ● Game Modification

Skills Gained:

● Problem-solving  ● Design Skills  ● Keyboard confidence

 

Grades: 4 - 8 Software: Minecraft, MCreator Skill Level: eg.-Int.

In this class, students will learn how to create their own custom gameplay items and elements using MCreator and Minecraft. Students will learn how to create artwork for various items, and implement them into the game with custom behaviors while learning about texturing, logic flow, asset organization, and custom event

triggers. Design their own custom blocks, weapons, food, biomes and more! Introduce your kids to modding Minecraft today!

Topics Learned:

● Texture Design  ● Custom Events  ● Game Modification

Skills Gained:

● Problem-solving  ● Design Skills


Dates: July 9th- July 13th

Time:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

Animation + Programming using Minecraft

Grades: 1 - 3 Software: Mine-imator Skill Level: eg.

In this class, younger students will learn how characters move and look alive in movies and video games! They will be introduced to basic 2D and 3D animation techniques using Minecraft characters and stages. Kids will expand their perception, observation, and timing skills, as well as exercise their imagination and storytelling by studying motion in reality; then applying it to animation. Students will learn how animators work by completing a variety of short animation exercises and projects. Does your child aspire to become an animator for games and movies? Sign up for this class today! Note: Returning students will learn how to use new tools in the updated 2.0 software.

 

Grades: 4 - 8 Software: Mine-mator Skill Level: eg.

In this class, older students will be introduced to basic animation techniques using Minecraft characters and stages. Kids will expand their observation skills and imagination by studying motion in reality and how it influences motion in animation. Older students learn about advanced tools and techniques. Students will learn how animators work by completing a variety of short animation exercises and projects and applying basic acting theories and animation principles to scenes they create. Does your child aspire to become an animator? Sign up for this class today!

Note: Returning students will learn how to use new tools in the

updated 2.0 software.

 

Topics Learned:

● Animation Principles  ● Scene Composition  ● Storyboarding

Skills Gained:

● Storytelling  ● Problem-Solving


Dates: July 16th - July 20th

Time:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

Lego Mechanics & Engineering

Grades: K - 3 Software: Lego Education WeDo Skill Level: eg.

Powered by the LEGO® Education WeDo Base Set and Software, our Jr. Lego Robotics class combines the exciting world of Lego with programming to manipulate and program your own personal robots. This class is tailored to younger children who want to learn the basics of visual programming. Students create commands for their robots to follow by using an application with a drag-and-drop interface that is visually simple to use, but capable of complex instructions. Students learn the importance of teamwork by working together with a partner in order to accomplish the build assignment for the day.

Topics Learned:

● Programming Concepts  ● Engineering Concepts  ● Machine Elements & Simple Machines

Skills Gained:

● Problem-Solving  ● Teamwork

 

Grades: 4 - 8 Software: Lego Mindstorm Ev3 Skill Level: eg.-Int.

Powered by the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education Ev3 Base Set and Software, our Lego Robotics class combines the exciting world of Lego with programming to manipulate and program your own personal robot. Learn how to use the simple, but powerful software to create commands with drag and-drop visual programming.

Configure different sensors that track motion, light, & touch to create the ultimate robot! Students will work together as a small team of young engineers to build and program their designs. This class is great for children who are hands on and like working together in small teams.

Topics Learned:

● Programming concepts  ● Flow charts  ● Engineering concepts  ● How gears work

Skills Gained: 

● Problem-solving  ● Teamwork


Dates: July 30th- August 3rd

Time:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

Programming using Minecraft

Grades: 1 - 3 Software: Minecraft Skill Level: eg.-Int.

Using a custom mod called “Computercraft”, students will learn how to program robots called “Turtles” inside the world of Minecraft. Kids will utilize problem-solving skills by learning how to program their robots to complete various tasks and objectives such as programming their turtles to automatically build, mine, and craft items and structures. They will be introduced to programming if-then-else statements, for-while loops, and implement their own functions using Lua, a simple scripting language. Looking for a fun way to introduce your child to programming? Why not do it using a game they love!

Note: Basic reading skills required. Experience playing Minecraft preferred, but not required. Please email us for details.

 

Grades: 4 - 8 Software: Minecraft Skill Level: nt.

Using a custom mod called “Computercraft”, students will learn how to program robots called “Turtles” inside the world of Minecraft. In this class, students will be introduced to LUA, a simple scripting language used to develop games such as Angry Birds, where they will learn how to programming if-then-else statements, for-while loops, and implement their own functions. Kids will utilize problem-solving skills by learning how to program their robots to complete various tasks and objectives such as programming their turtles to automatically build, mine, and craft items and structures.

Topics Learned:

● Programming concepts  ● Variables  ● Program Loops

Skills Gained:

● Problem-Solving  ● Coding Efficiency  ● Keyboard Confidence


Dates: August 6th - August 10th

Time:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

Visual Programming with Scratch

Grades: 1 -3 Software: cratch 2.0 Skill Level: eg.-Int.

Introduce your child to the wonderful world of programming! In this class, students will learn basic programming concepts using a simple drag-and-drop interface within the software Scratch, a project

developed by the MIT Media Lab. Students will use their imaginations and implement creative thinking, while at the same time learning how to create and program simple games. Use pre made art assets or create your own, and learn how to program them, to walk, talk, and interact with objects.Teach students logic and visual

programming in order to create simple, 2D Video Game in Scratch 2.

Topics Learned:

● Level Design  ● Sprite Artwork  ● Logic Flow  ● Visual Programming

Skills Gained:

● Game Theory  ● Design Skills

Virtual Reality Game Design with Unity + Gear VR

Grades: 4 - 8 Software: cratch 2.0 Skill Level: eg.-Int.

***VERY LIMITED SPOTS!

Virtual Reality is a rapidly growing technology. In this class, students will learn how to create their very own 3D environments and design a VR game using Unity and the Samsung Gear VR. Children will utilize various concepts, such as scenes, assets, triggers, and scripting, in order to create a functioning game. Students learn to compile their work and experience it through their VR headset. Does your child aspire to become an VR Game Designer? Sign up for this class today!

Topics Learned:

● Level Design  ● Sprite Artwork  ● Logic Flow  ● Visual Programming

Skills Gained:

● Game Theory  ● Design Skills


Engineering with Little Bits

Grades: K - 3  Software: LittleBits Skill Level: eg.

In this class, younger students are introduced to basic electronics including input and output, and logics gates, through hands-on learning and projects. Kids combine everyday supplies and color-coded modules that utilize LED lights, fans, sliders, pressure sensors, and more! Students work together in small teams in order create different projects such as custom flashlights, touch sensors, alarm clocks, and more! Have you ever wanted to learn about the science behind how some machines work? Take this class today!

Topics Learned:

● Circuit Boards  ● Input/Output

Skills Gained:

● Problem-Solving  ● Teamwork  ● Creativity

3D Modeling for 3D Printing

Grades: 4 - 8 Software: 123D Design Hardware: LulzBot Skill Level: eg.-Int.

Technology is evolving quickly and there is an infinite amount of things that can be done with emerging tools such as the innovative 3D printer. With this class, your children may learn how to 3D model in efficient and constructive ways that will allow for objects they design to be printed out, while also learning about the terminology of 3D modeling and the printer.

Topics Learned:

● Geometry  ● Measurement  ● Perspective

Skills Gained

● Precision 3D Modeling

Dates: August 13th - August 17th

Time:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm


Date: August 20th- August 24th

Time:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

Minecraft Modding

Grades: 1 - 3 Software: Minecraft, MCreator Skill Level: eg.-Int.

In this class, students will learn how to create their own custom gameplay items and elements using MCreator and Minecraft. Students will learn how to create artwork for various items, and implement them into the game with custom behaviors while learning about texturing, logic flow, asset organization, and custom event triggers. Design their own custom blocks, weapons, food, biomes and more! Younger students focus more on texture work. Introduce

your kids to modding Minecraft today!

Topics Learned:

● Texture Design  ● Custom Events  ● Game Modification

Skills Gained:

● Problem-solving  ● Design Skills  ● Keyboard confidence

 

Minecraft Modding

Grades: 4 - 8 Software: Minecraft, MCreator Skill Level: eg.-Int.

In this class, students will learn how to create their own custom  gameplay items and elements using MCreator and Minecraft.  Students will learn how to create artwork for various items, and  implement them into the game with custom behaviors while learning  about texturing, logic flow, asset organization, and custom event  triggers. Design their own custom blocks, weapons, food, biomes and more! Introduce your kids to modding Minecraft today!

Topics Learned:

● Texture Design  ● Custom Events  ● Game Modification

Skills Gained:

● Problem-solving  ● Design Skills