"My child would come home every afternoon with many exciting stories of
how his day went and what they built! I could tell that he gained confidence in his building abilities and
had a better understanding on how motorized LEGOs worked." - Parent of a 1st grader
"My kids both really enjoyed the camps this year, as well as last year. My daughter was always excited to show me what she had learned. My son also had a great time in his classes, where he learned how to make his own computer games. He was thrilled to learn these new concepts, and I was very impressed with the new knowledge that he came home with." - Parent of a 4th and 5th Grader
"This was the first year that my sons were enrolled in TechKnowHow. Both camps were fantastic and far exceeded my expectations! The instructors were knowledgeable and helpful. The instruction was structured and explicit and easy to follow. I loved that each child had his own computer/LEGOs/etc. to use. Thank you for the wonderful camp experience!" - Parent of a 4th and 7th grader
"My son rated your camp 10 out of 10. He liked his teacher and the class activities very much. Keep up the good work with your well-planned lessons and enthusiastic teachers!"
- Parent of a 2nd grader
"I thought your camps were fantastic. My son had a wonderful time and loved it. The instructors gave the kids challenges, but also the freedom to explore on their own. The (lead) instructor was fantastic. He had great classroom management techniques. He commanded great respect from the kids, but let them goof off just enough to enjoy the difference between camp and school. My son gained a better understanding of motors and how they work, and the confidence to believe he can build whatever he wants. Also, he loved building the video game, and I think that is a great experience for them to begin to learn programming techniques."
- Parent of a 3rd Grader
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