Where young inventors come to play

Tech EdVentures was created in Silicon Valley by a visionary educator and guided by the belief that engineering, design and computer programming skills are so important that kids should learn them in elementary school.

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Special Upcoming Programs

Spring Break & Summer Camps

NEW Camps for 2017: Code Kids, Minecraft Makers & Drone Racing!
Build a robot. Animate a movie. Create a digital city. Publish mobile apps. Pilot a quad-copter...check out our best camp series ever! Register Now.

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Pre-K | K-2nd Grade | 3rd-5th Gr | 6th-8th+ Grade

Robotics Classes

A full course in robotics for students of all ages introduces circuits, sensors and computer coding skills. All levels from beginner to intermediate students.

Minecraft Worlds

Minecraft for all from first timers to pros as kids learn amazing design and programming skills. A great introduction to coding and critical thinking with a fun twist.

Code Academy

From Python to HTML and beyond, Code Academy gives kids the skills to write real code while solving a slew of creative challenges. Amazing skills for a lifetime of success.

Award Winning Camps

Tech EdVentures kids get hands-on as they wire circuits, build robots, write computer code and paint their inspiration on a digital canvas. Serious learning meets serious fun.

Unique Birthday Parties

Our parties will WOW your kids and their friends, too. Build a take-home brush bot, create a Minecraft city on our private server, design a video game...then blow out the candles!

On Site Field Trips

Bring the magic of Tech EdVentures to your school. Our traveling robotics, coding and electronics workshops inspire curiosity and motivate kids to become lifelong achievers.

Tech Talk

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Gaga Over Drones (And Vice Versa)

How Intel flew 300 drones above Houston for Lady Gaga's Super Bowl sensation. And what it should teach us about STEM education for your kids.

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STEM for Special Needs

STEM for Special Needs?

My after-school Python programming class for 3-5th graders had just about wrapped up when Jarred’s mom came for him. Like any good teacher, I took a moment to give her an update.

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Who Will Teach Kids to Code?

Mayor Bill De Blasio's announcement that New York City schools will offer computer science classes to all students within ten years makes NYC the third city in the US to set the bar this high. All of this should be good news. But it's not, at least not yet.

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