STEAM + SUSTAINABILITY

SUMMER DAY CAMP
July 10 - August 4
Ages 5-13

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A better future, one maker at a time!

Make Better is a summer day camp that aims to equip children with tools needed to undertake the challenges of the world they will inherit. By utilizing design+project based learning and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art+Design, and Mathematics), the Make Better program addresses sustainability issues such as energy, climate, food security, healthcare and more. 

July 10 - August 4


Our Mission to MAKE BETTER...

... GLOBAL CITIZENS

FROM RAISING AWARENESS + IMPACTING ATTITUDES

At Make Better, children discover sustainability as they develop their foundational values, behaviors and perspective. Children learn about sustainability in the context of their day-to-day lives through concepts such as the 7Rs: reduce, reuse, recycle, respect, repair, reflect and refuse. 

... LEARNERS

THROUGH STEAM + PROJECT BASED LEARNING

Make Better provides students a learning environment to investigate and tinker. Understanding sustainability requires a knowledge of STEAM concepts which children grow by engaging in hands-on activities. 

... PROBLEM SOLVERS

BY BUILDING + IMPROVING

We believe in lasting impact. Children will collaborate to construct solutions as they delve into real world problems together. By tinkering with materials and building prototypes & models, students will test and improve their ideas.

Make Better was founded to give young tinkerers a platform to collaborate with one another as they investigate sustainability topics together.

Read more about us.


 

Program Details

Make Better is being held at Brooklyn Commons, an art and events venue with classrooms, centrally located in Boerum Hill and near public transportation

  • Co-ed program for ages 5 to 13
  • Weekly courses from July 10 to August 4
  • Full day sessions from 9am - 5pm
  • Price per week is $500 till March 31 and $550 from April 1 onwards
  • Lunch is available for purchase
  • Access to a rooftop garden for projects and activities
     

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