Apple has opened up their 2018 Apple Camp summer registrations in Canada and beyond, now allowing parents to register their children for Today at Apple sessions, at Apple Stores.
According to Apple, “Kids ages 8 to 12 can expand their digital creativity through hands-on projects at Apple. Campers choose one of three tracks, then spend 90 minutes a day for three days at a local Apple Store immersed in their chosen subject.”
These free camp programs currently offer the following three sessions:
- Coding with Sphero Robots – Kids ages 8-12 will learn how to solve problems logically through the fundamentals of code.
- Beat Making and Songwriting with GarageBand – Kids ages 8-12 will discover how to create beats and build their own songs using GarageBand on iPad.
- Telling Stories with Clips – In this three-day session, kids ages 8-12 will explore how to tell stories with video using the Clips app.
Registration is now available by accessing this link on Apple’s website.