The Renaissance Child

The Renaissance Child

The Renaissance Child STEAM and Robotics Summer Camp

STEAM and Robotics Summer Camp


The Renaissance Child

The Renaissance Child STEAM and Robotics Summer Camp

6 - 14 yrs


Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

Jul 5, 2022 - Sep 2, 2022

44 classes

9:00am - 3:00pm EDT


2024 Center Ave, Robotics Lab, Fort Lee, NJ 07024


Elena M., Lisa G., Nikita R., Lasha A., Stephanie V.


20 students


Sibling Discount

Class Experience

The Renaissance Child's STEAM and LEGO Robotics camp is a great opportunity for kids to try out our comprehensive robotics program. Robotics incorporates and helps to develop critical thinking & problem solving, communication, collaboration, and creativity & innovation. Our extensive camp will give them ample time to understand these core principles. With Lisa Greenhut, our STEAM educator, faculty of the American Museum of Natural History, and First LEGO League Coach, kids will be challenged to solve real-life problems. They will require brain-storming, research, building, testing, and troubleshooting in a collaborative environment. Whether your child is new to robotics or has previous experience, all will be able to join forces and expand their knowledge in building and coding. With the open-ended robotics challenges we prepare, kids will collaborate with each other to find solutions. We also arrange various fun and engaging art and science projects to give children a fully comprehensive experience. This Summer Camp also offers STEAM, Coding with Scratch, LEGO modeling, Inventors club, 3D modeling, game programming.
The maximum capacity will be 12 children.
Kids must wear masks indoors.
Snacks are included, please pack a lunch.
For recess, kids will be taken to a private outdoor play area.


Please review The Renaissance Child's Policies in response to COVID:

All students' temperatures will be taken upon entry. Any temperature over 100.4 will be sent home.
The maximum attendance is 12 children.
Masks are required by all persons who enter the studio. All students and teachers are required to wear a mask for the duration of the camp. Please speak to your child about the importance of the mask. If they cannot keep it on we will ask you to take your child home.
Only one parent or caregiver can drop-off or pick-up at a time. Please do not have multiple adults drop-off or pick-up your child.
Hand sanitizers will be available at the studio. Please use it as soon as you enter the studio.
Children will be seated 6 ft apart during lunchtime or snack.
Cleaning of the studio will be in accordance with the CDC's Guidance. All shared materials will be disinfected between uses.
If you are considering enrolling your child in summer camp for any number of days or weeks, please have Medical Records sent showing a physical past September 1, 2020, and all up-to-date immunizations.

Class Requirements

Mandatory Health records:

Must submit 2 week before your child's first day of camp

What you'll learn

  • Engineering
  • Coding with Scratch
  • Coding With Minecraft 
  • Game Coding
  • 3D pen Design
  • 3d Printing / Tinkercad
  • Makey-Makey
  • Microbit
  • Inventors' Club
  • LEGO Robotics
  • Mechanics
  • Problem Solving
  • Team building
  • Creative thinking

Sample Class Format

  • project-based

Other Things To Know

The Renaissance Child Location

New Fort Lee Location (Robotics Lab)

2024 Center Ave, Robotics Lab, Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Meet your Instructors

Lisa G.

Lisa Greenhut is the head of our LEGO Robotics and Engineering Program. Lisa is a science educator, curriculum developer with 20 years of classroom experience ranging from pre-K students to 7th grade, and a First LEGO League Coach. She received her B.A. from Brown University and M.A. in Elementary and Special Education from Bank Street College. Lisa Greenhut, is a science educator and curriculum developer in the Adventures in Science Program of the American Museum of Natural History.

Lasha A.

Lasha Areshidze is an adept digital designer. Though he specializes in 3D modeling and graphic design, he is experienced in many other areas of computer graphics and design such as 3D printing, video editing, game design and more. He is passionate not only about his creative work, but also about passing on his knowledge and fostering the creativity of others. After graduating from New Jersey Institute of Technology, he has had a hand in many creative projects, and has held a volunteer teaching p