Find a Roblox camp near you
As they increase in popularity, Roblox camps are found in more towns and cities across Canada. Find your city below, click on it, and discover Roblox programs near you.
More than just summer camp
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Learning opportunities offered in a Roblox camp
Kids camps offer a social aspect that adds a new angle to the game, for many kids. They meet and learn from others who also love the platform, including other kids in their area as well as camp instructors and leaders. Collaboration opens up new learning, while camps will also have learning and educational resources available that kids can’t always access on their own.
A typical Roblox camp offers curriculum around the following:
- Game creation and strategizing
- Terrain building and design
- Coding and scripting using the Lua programming language
Through Roblox camp, kids deepen their appreciation of the mechanics of game development and programming. Roblox scripting is an ideal introduction to the world of coding. In a camp setting, they’re committed to growing these skills, and from there, they can branch out to other languages.
Learning in this setting goes beyond the game platform, as well. They also learn social skills, develop independence, grow in curiosity and other character traits, as well as reaping many other typical benefits of summer camp. Of course, along the way, they're also having lots of fun indulging in an activity they’re enthusiastic about.
Other camps you might look be interested in
Roblox is important both as a technology camp and as an academic camp, two types of camps on our site that offer a great variety of opportunities. Kids who like the Roblox platform will also find it part of the curriculum of closely related camps whose focus may be only slightly lateral from this. Here’s a look at some related types of camps that may also be appealing:
Lego camp gives kids hands-on experience building, learning, and creating with this perpetually popular toy, in the structured learning environment of camp.
Minecraft camp will appeal to a nearly identical demographic, although some kids may have a strong opinion about which platform is “better.” Like Roblox, Minecraft teaches many fundamental design and engineering skills to kids as young as four.
Robotics camp teaches and develops kids’ and teens’ interest, skills, and knowledge in the building and programming of robotic technology
STEM Camp offers learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. These are, of course, constantly increasing in popularity due to their practical orientation and interdisciplinary approach to these core subjects, which have a vibrant future in terms of higher education possibilities and career prospects.
STEAM camp is similar to STEM, but with the addition of an arts element, making their curriculum just a bit richer and more integrated.
Coding camp can encourage kids in a broad variety of programming languages.
Video game design camp focuses on this fun pursuit that can also lead to a career choice. Video game design camps more fully explore the creativity possible in game development, a logical progression from working with Roblox.
Artificial intelligence camp allows your child to acquire essential knowledge and skills in a burgeoning field that intersects computer science and cognitive science.
Questions to ask Roblox camps
For many parents, a Roblox camp may be their first experience with kids’ camp. It’s a good place to start, of course, but you may have questions. Here is a handy list of questions to ask Roblox camps, to ensure that your child has the best possible experience.
- What is your curriculum?
- What is the breakdown of activities, and how much daily emphasis is there on Roblox?
- Who are your instructors—full-time and part-time—and what are their qualifications?
- What kinds of facilities and equipment do you have, and how do you use them?
- Do kids work mostly by themselves or in groups?
- What can my child expect to learn?
Choosing a camp
Every camp has its own focus, approach and goals, and there might be many to choose from. Before signing up for a camp simply because it’s close to home or some other simplistic reason, it’s advisable to take a look at the bigger world of kids’ camps. One way to get the lay of the land is through the Our Kids camp expo, held in Toronto each year. You’ll find many camps there, and you can speak directly with directors, staff, and campers. The expo also offers valuable tips on paying and choosing.
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