Dec 27th, 9AM - 4PM|
Minecraft: The International Space Station (1)
Did you know that humans have been living in space for almost 20 years? Researchers from 103 countries have conducted thousands of experiments on board, and you are next!
Time & Location
Dec 27th, 9AM - 4PM
CodeForce, 5 West Washington Street, Oswego, IL 60543, USA
About The Event
Did you know that humans have been living in space for almost 20 years? CodeForce, in conjunction with Minecraft: Education Edition, is celebrating this historic milestone in partnership with NASA with a new International Space Station world for you to explore! The station has been continuously occupied since November 2000, and orbits Earth every 90 minutes. The six-person crew lives and works in the solar-powered station, which offers sleeping quarters, bathrooms, a gym and a 360-degree view bay window to look down to Earth. Researchers from 103 countries have conducted thousands of experiments on board, and you are next!
Building Challenge: Build an new module for the international space station and describe what hypothetical experiments you will run.
Coding Challenge: Using code and AI, the kids will have their agent construct a new device of their own design to be used by the space station.
Chemistry Challenge: Chemical reactions are occurring all the time, and chemistry has been used to manufacture many objects and materials that we are familiar with. What reactions can we demonstrate with Minecraft?
To attend a camp, it is not required that the student have attended any previous camps. We will take a 30 minute lunch break. Feel free to pack a lunch or we will offer a boxed lunch option for $10.00. A few days before the camp, you will get a list of options for the boxed lunch.
Recommended for Students 7 and up.
Optional Boxed Lunch: $10.00
- Friday, December 27th (9AM - 4PM)
Full Day Camp Access
Full Day Sibling Access
We will email out a list of options ahead of the camp.