SUMMER CAMPS AT AIRBORNE TRAMPOLINE PARK DRAPER UT
Airborne has teamed up with our friends at Snapology to offer a children’s summer camp that not only includes the fun activities of Airborne but also a S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) educational experience.
During an Airborne Summer Camp, campers will enjoy both jumping and S.T.E.A.M. educational activities. Each camp will be hosted by a teacher that will instruct the education activities and an Airborne Flight Crew monitor to supervise jumping activities.
Each camp lasts 5 days (Mon. – Fri.), 9 AM to 1 PM
The first hour of camp is held before the park is open to the public, so campers get an hour of EXCLUSIVE jump time!
Ages listed are recommendations. We can be flexible to accommodate siblings, friends, etc!
Want some more options? We also offer Summer Camps at Airborne Lindon!
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June 5 - June 9: Pokémania
In Snapology’s Pokémania program, students will explore the Pokémon world and practice their Pokémon training skills! They will create their own training gyms, unique battles, and even their very own generation of Pokémon. Your student will also explore some real-world science as they examine the habitats, characteristics, and needs of different Pokémon. They will do more than catch ‘em all, they will build and examine them all very closely and have a blast doing so! This program is from Snapology’s creative building variety. Students will not be provided with detailed building instructions. They will review a theme or principle of Pokémon® and then engage in LEGO® bricks building activities around those themes.
June 12 - June 16: Jedi Robotics
Robotics inspired by Star Wars® and space travel! Come on an adventure building and programming functional robots using LEGO® bricks in this super-fun program. Learn about space, space travel and, of course, Star Wars®! Build different robots each day! Learning is enhanced through the use of tablets in this class! This program is from Snapology’s robotics variety. Campers will build the models with instructions, and then use a tablet and block-coding application to program the robot’s motor and sensors to perform tasks. Students will be introduced to programming principles of loops, triggers, inputs, outputs and more!
June 19 - June 23: Developing Engineers
Is your student inquisitive, a problem-solver, a big-thinker, a tinkerer, a puzzler, a LEGO® lover, or a budding engineer? If so, they’re the perfect fit for Snapology’s Developing Engineers: Mechanical Masterminds program! This program gives your student the tools they need to understand mechanical movement through the foundations of simple machines, physics, and engineering design. They will see moving parts up-close as they follow instructions to build various machines, then use the models to develop new design ideas, test out physics concepts, and even play games with their partners and classmates. Whether they are the creative-constructive type or prefer the inquisitive-deconstructive way of learning, this program is sure to spark their interests! This program is from Snapology’s engineering variety. Learning and play will be facilitated with LEGO technic kits and motor packs.
June 26 - June 30: Mining and Building (Minecraft)
Hey gamers, are you ready to travel all the way to The End with Snapology? Join us as we bring the game of Minecraft® out of the computer and into the real-world using LEGO® bricks. In this program, you will go on adventures using your imagination and even design your own worlds, full of mobs, animals, buildings, and your very own LEGO® Minecraft® character. This program is from our creative building variety. Students will not be provided with detailed building instructions. They will review a theme or principle of Minecraft® and then engage in LEGO® building activities around those themes.
July 10 - July 14: AttackBots Robotics
In this exciting class, students will build a variety of military-inspired robotic models. Children will learn about sensors, gears, pulleys, and programming as they create robotic catapults, crossbows, battleships and much more! This program is from Snapology’s robotics variety. Campers will build the models with instructions, and then use a tablet and block-coding application to program the robot’s motor and sensors to perform tasks. Students will be introduced to programming principles of loops, triggers, inputs, outputs and more!
July 17 - July 21: Super Structures (Lego Architecture)
Does your builder enjoy designing beautiful buildings or functional spaces for their mini-figures? Does your builder long to be a contestant on Fox’s LEGO MASTERS tv show? If so, this program is the perfect space for your young architect to sharpen their design and building skills! This program will guide them through the building process, from creating a floor plan to disaster-proofing the structure, so that they will be able to create the next best thing in LEGO® architecture! This is a program from our creative building variety. Students will not be provided with detailed building instructions. Rather, they will be taught a principle of design or architecture and then encouraged to build a creation that uses that principle. Students will be provided with design challenges throughout the week to test their skills. Who can build a structure strong enough to support their own weight? Who can build the tallest LEGO skyscraper? Camp shirts are included!
July 24 - July 28: Combat Robots
Do you think your child can build the strongest and most agile robot? Can their robot win a head-to-head combat mission? Your child will discover basic strategies for building sturdy structures and then apply that knowledge to build a remote-controlled robot to compete in several different friendly competitions! They should be prepared to have tons of fun! This program is from Snapology’s engineering variety. Learning and play will be facilitated with LEGO technic kits and motor packs.
July 31 - August 4: Jedi Masters
In this Star Wars®-inspired program, your youngling will explore the galaxy with their master building skills and our intergalactically-focused curriculum. Motivated to become Jedi like the heroes in the movies, students will learn to concentrate on mastering the Force, appreciating the use of teamwork to build battle drones and AT-Walkers, and if they’re skills are up to par, make their very own lightsaber and use it in battle! May the force be with your young Padawan as they rise through the Jedi ranks! This program is from our creative building variety. Campers will not be provided with detailed building instructions. They will review themes from Star Wars® and then engage in LEGO® building activities around those themes.
August 7 - August 11: Creature Creator Robotics
In Snapology’s Creature Creator Robotics class, your animal lover will create their own animal inspired robotic models. Students will learn about gear ratio, sensors, simple machines, and programming as they build insects, dolphins, gorillas, and much more. Your child is sure to have a wild time as they build, learn, and play. This program is from Snapology’s robotics variety. Campers will build the models with instructions, and then use a tablet and block-coding application to program the robot’s motor and sensors to perform tasks. Students will be introduced to programming principles of loops, triggers, inputs, outputs and more!
- 4 Hours of Jumping and STEAM educational activities per day
- Exclusive access at Airborne Draper for the first hour of class
- 5 Days of Camp (Monday – Friday)
- Snapology teacher instruction and Airborne Flight Crew monitored jumping
- Swag Bag including Airborne Grip Socks (required for jumping) and Snapology Swag
- Light Snacks
- Daily Photos and Updates for Parents
- VIP Jump pass for free jump outside of camp
WHAT IS SNAPOLOGY?
Snapology engages children ages 2-14 using LEGO® bricks, K’nex and technology. While the kids are having fun, they sneak in educational concepts. In most cases, kid’s don’t realize how much they are learning!
Snapology’s S.T.E.A.M enrichment programs focus on Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards that teach children about S.T.E.A.M. through the building and manipulation of various DUPLO, LEGO, or K’Nex Models. The activities challenge participants to cultivate problem-solving skills through application of the scientific method and project planning.