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Totally Tech Makers Summer Camp


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Maker Studio Kidz Totally Tech Makers Summer Camp 1
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8 - 13 yrs


Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

Jun 26, 2023 - Jul 28, 2023

20 classes

9:00am - 3:00pm PDT


20 students


Sibling Discount

Class Experience

Do you love gadgets, 3D printing, and game design? Join us for our Totally Tech Makers Summer Camp! Each week, we will dive into all the techie gadgets, learning how our creativity can transcend us into both physical building and digital design. Our program blends computer design with tactile building to give students a well-rounded, hands-on experience.

Choose from our weekly camp themes or join us for all 4 weeks of camp to experience the fun with new friends!

Week 1 (June 26-30) – Basics of 3D Printing

Immerse yourself in the world of 3D!

This week we will learn the basics of 3D printing and the software used to transform digital files into tactile objects that you can hold in the palm of your hand. We will use professional-grade 3D Printers and Autodesk Tinkercad modeling software to explore the latest industrial design process for prototyping, research, and building solutions.

Week 2 (July 10-14) – Intermediate 3D Printing

Get ready to level up!

Transform the vivid designs and fantasy worlds of your dreams into physical reality. You’ll build on the foundation in 3D modeling and transform your initial sketches into characters, and then print them out into tactile objects that you can hold in the palm of your hand.

Week 3 (July 17-21) – Roblox Game Design

Learn how to create your own Roblox Games for others to play!

This week we will use Roblox Studio to create obstacle courses and adventure story games that can be published and shared with friends. Students will learn the principles of game design, using the Lua programming language to define the rules and mechanics of their games, and 3D model things like spaceships.

Week 4 (July 24-28) – Circuits, Lights, and Motors

Get back to the physical world!

Let’s make things that move, zoom, and glow! This week we will explore the principles of engineering, design, and construction to build “one-of-a-kind” projects using cardboard, electronics, and found objects. Projects include motorized objects, flying rockets, and light-up creatures.

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  • Use code earlysumm3r at checkout for 8% off! Available until 3/31

Class Requirements

Some familiarity with 3D printing concepts and Roblox is recommended, but not required.

Sample Class Format

Morning (9:00-11:30)

  • Student and teacher introductions, go over expectations and projects for the day
  • Project time, broken up with a snack break
  • Pre-lunch cleanup​

Lunch at the playground! (11:30-12:30)

Afternoon (12:30-3:00)

  • Project time
  • End of day cleanup

This itinerary is subject to small changes depending on the size of the projects we run each day. We aim for all camp days to include several project options plus 1 hour of outdoor time to keep our students engaged mentally, physically, and creatively!

Drop off/pick-up: Feel free to call or text 415-855-1073 if you can not find parking nearby and we'll be happy to walk kids out to the car!

Other Things To Know

Holiday Schedule
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Cancellation Policy

All bookings are non-refundable, but we are happy to help to move you into another class or camp. We can also issue a gift card in the amount of your payment.

What To Bring

Please pack lunch and a snack, as well as relevant outdoor gear for lunchtime (jackets, hats, sunscreen).

In the case of rain, we will break into groups and eat lunch inside. Depending on the severity of the rain we may still take a walk for some outdoor time, so please bring weather appropriate clothing. If we can't go outside at all, we'll play games and do stretching and movement activities.

If your child is staying for aftercare, we recommend packing an additional snack.

Reviews for Maker Studio Kidz

4.5 out of 5

Based on 13 provider ratings

Katherine R.

Mar 31, 2023


My kiddo had a blast and came back with so many cute crafts!

Makerz Camp: Science, Sewing & Building
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Shekha W.

Dec 22, 2022


Creative and fun projects with a wide variety of materials to work with. Great balance between curated and self-directed projects, giving kids flexibility to explore and express themselves through art/making. Bonus: a daily walk and lunch at the park!



Enchanted Makers: Winter Wonderland
Location: Maker Studio - Haight St | Instructor: Amanda, Katherine, Studio Maker Studio Kidz, Serena

Samuel G.

Oct 27, 2022


The teachers are awesome and the space is warm and comfortable.


Nothing comes to mind.

Makers & Tinkerers
Location: Maker Studio - Haight St | Instructor: Studio Maker Studio Kidz

Becca K.

Aug 31, 2022


My child had a fabulous time at the drawing and painting class! They came home inspired to create, and they have already asked me when they can go back. So glad to have Maker Studio Kids in the neighborhood.


Please continue to reach out to families and publicize your classes! Weekday class times are a bit tough with school times. Maybe consider more weekend classes?

The Art of Painting & Drawing
Location: Maker Studio - Haight St | Instructor: Serena

Lori S.

Jul 20, 2021


The instructor was really fun, nice, and easy to talk to during the camp. Instructions were easy to follow. My daughter thought that the final project was really cool.


Sewing project was a little difficult sewing by hand because it was hard to push the needle through the "leather". But after camp we finished with a sewing machine.

Pet Product Design Camp
Location: Online - PST

Maker Studio Kidz Location

Alta Vista School

450 Somerset St, SF, CA 94134

About Maker Studio Kidz

Maker Studio SF is a mission driven non-profit organization that provides engaging instruction to unearth the inexorable link between creativity and engineering. Our unique approach was scientifically developed to expose the commonalities between seemingly unrelated subject matter. The goal of this process is to promote scientific thinking and to spark lifelong curiosity for our students.

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