7 - 15 yrs
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Aug 9, 2021 - Aug 13, 2021
9:00am - 2:30pm EDT
CK Badge Options: Actor, Chef, Chef Gold, Storyteller, Filmmaker
Fee: $350/half day $475/full day (9am - 11am and/or 12:30pm - 2:30pm)
Ages: 8 - 15 (broke up by age)
Includes Maker Kit: DIY Apron, Recipe worksheets, 3 recipe bundles with specialized ingredients, child-safe knife, variety of other cooking tools
Come play with your food at Camp CinemaKidz! In this hands-on week, campers put on their custom-made apron, and head to the kitchen to experiment, learn, and act in their very own Cooking Show! Kids will plan the look and feel of the show, and work in the test kitchen, experimenting with various recipes to feature in each episode. Show ideas may range from how-to videos to a kids version of Iron Chef, Nailed it, or the Great British Bake-off. From yummy favorites like vegetarian sushi and pizza to cake building fondant decoration and cake pops, recipes will be fun and kid-friendly. Participants will cook, act, direct, film, and edit in this hands on engaging class. Campers will learn about food preparation AND making movies from start to finish!
Required software/devices: Any device, computer recommended
Camp information will be sent to you the week prior to camp, until then, please reach out with any questions you may have regarding camp. There will be an IT and info session the week prior to camp. All payments are non-refundable. It may be possible to switch to another week if there is availability, or keep a credit for future camps. Please contact us for requests.
How To Participate
You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions.
CinemaKidz is New York City’s premiere media and S.T.E.A.M. enrichment program. We specialize in unique birthday parties for kids, pop-up Maker workshops, and week-long adventure, film, and animation camps in NYC, New Jersey, and the tri-state area. Our programs are hands-on, child-driven, and a great way for kids to express themselves and be creative. What will your child make this summer?