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If you want a fun, educational app, try downloading the Lightbot app. Lightbot is an app where you learn how to code one step at a time. If you don’t understand what you learned on one level, you can always go back. Plus you can search youtube for videos that show you how to solve each level. Before you know it, you’ll be talking about how much fun you’ve had with that rad Lightbot robot. Happy coding!
Pop-up cards are all the rage. So craft a paper circuit pop up card with a cycling RGB LED, battery, and copper tape. It’s a super simple paper circuit that costs just a few bucks to make and the folks at SparkFun walk you through the entire process. Check it out! https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/led-robot-pop-up-card-?_ga=1.147726903.1666149809.1463688044
Celebrate the Queen Mary’s 80th Anniversary of her Maiden Voyage in 1936 with FREE ADMISSION to the ship on May 27, 2016 from 10am-8pm. http://www.queenmary.com/events/free-admission-day/
Last year both Mischa and I did a handful of summer camp “one day classes” at PAINT:LAB in Santa Monica and had a great time. We learned a cool painting technique each day and took home our masterpieces the same day. Summer camp is for ages 6-12 (they have a teen camp too for ages 13-16) and is June 13th – September 9th, with half days that cost $55 from 9am-12pm. If you mention their email newsletter you can get…
If you like country music or want to learn line dancing (why not?), get your family on board to head to the ShipKicker Music Festival on the Queen Mary on Saturday, June 4th. Easton Corbin headlines the festival that will also feature multiple top country artists including Clare Dunn, Dylan Scott, Scotty Mac Band, Honey County and Daniel Bonte and the Bona Fide. http://www.queenmary.com/events/shipkicker/