Ohio Game Design Camps and Programs

Children interested in games, such as video or computer games, and how they work may enjoy attending a game design camp. These camps are geared toward kids who want to learn about how to design all kinds of games. WorkshopSee More »

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    iD Tech Camps: #1 in STEM Education - Held at Case Western

    Classroom Antics - STEAM Summer Camps

    Classroom Antics offers fun, educational STEAM summer camps to kids ages 7-13. Our in-person programs include LEGO robotics, Minecraft coding, YouTube video production, stop-motion animation, video game design, and more. Virtual camps are available, too. Experience the Classroom Antics Advantage with 1) small class sizes, 2) dedicated equipment and materials for your child, 3) professional educators, 4) close to home, and 5) fun, safe, social, and respectful learning.


    iD Coding & AI Academy for Teens - Held at Ohio State University

    iD Tech Camps: #1 in STEM Education - Held at Case Western Reserve University

    iD Tech Camps: #1 in STEM Education - Held at OSU

    Active Learning Chess, Minecraft, and GameMaker Video Game Creation Camps

    Active Learning Services provides exciting and enriching summer camps for children ages 5-16. Programs include chess camps where professional chess instructors teach children of all abilities to play and improve their games. Also our popular video game creation and animation camps give children a great opportunity to learn the basics of game design and computer programming. Students can attend morning or afternoon half-day programs or combine two programs for a full day of fun. They will have a blast with excellent instructors and make new friends with other campers, all while learning and developing their minds!

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      About Ohio Game Design Camps and Programs

      Children interested in games, such as video or computer games, and how they work may enjoy attending a game design camp. These camps are geared toward kids who want to learn about how to design all kinds of games. WorkshopSee More »