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Roblox Game Coder 2.0 (Girls Only)
Grades: 5-8

Build your very own characters, worlds and mini-games in Roblox!  Roblox is a popular computer program which allows users to build and play in a 3D game world…adding their own game rules using a coding language called Lua. In Roblox Game Coder 2.0 (Girls Only), campers will be able to create their own 3D game objects and environments, as they learn the fundamentals of computer programming to bring their custom mini-games to life!

21st Century & SEL Skill Focus: Problem Solving, Collaboration, Initiative, Responsibility, Communication, Organization. Learn more about other skills we build through The EDMO Method™.

Fun Fact. In 2018, there was a 30% increase in Social Emotional Learning (SEL) skills developed for those who attended two weeks of Camp EDMO™ and a 39% increase for returning EDMO™ families over new families!

Please note that campers work in pairs or teams and share computers. This allows for a more collaborative process, as well as more comprehensive and innovative projects. Plus, it’s more fun!

Sample Projects

Build Custom Game Objects

Build Custom Game Objects

Campers will be introduced to the digital 3D modeling tools and techniques of Roblox Studio; as they design and construct their own structures, vehicles, decorations, and other Roblox game objects.

Campers will learn the core tools for 3D modeling and practice creating complex structures by manipulating and combining primitive 3D components like blocks, spheres and cylinders.

Design Game Mechanics

Design Game Mechanics

Once their basic objects and environments are built in Roblox, campers will begin to use Lua code to define the basic controls for their game, as well as special effects and win conditions.

Campers will learn fundamental computer science concepts such as variables, functions, if statements, and loops.

Create Your Own World

Create Your Own World

As campers become more proficient with world design and coding, the sky’s the limit.  Campers will be able to customize and expand their game worlds to all kinds of settings and styles.

Campers will work with a partner to plan and construct a game world of their own design; practicing collaboration, critical thinking, organization, and more.

Sample Schedule

  • A Day in the Life...

Some kids thrive on routines and harmony. Others not so much. Good news! We’ve found the secret recipe that works for all EDMO campers!

Day/Time Click Each Activity Below to Learn More
8:00-9:00AM AM Program

Need to get to work early? We understand. By 8AM our staff is already hard at work helping our campers make new friends, doing arts & crafts projects and playing games.

8:50-9:00AM Drop-Off

Be greeted by name or a high five by a professional staff member…dressed in a mermaid costume or a Viking hat. In a hurry? Pull up and we’ll open the door for you. In no rush? Park your car, come right in and shake your counselor’s fin.

9:00-9:30AM Morning Rally

Although we have a strict “No Nuts” food policy, we have also have a strict “Go Nuts” rally policy. You never know what surprises await when staff and kids take the stage for songs, skits, dress up days, and ridiculous contests.

9:30-10:30AM Game Time

Game Time is all about playing games and having some good ‘ol run-around time. During Game Time, campers will participate in organized recreation activities designed to promote teamwork, collaboration and fun physical activity.

10:30-10:50AM Snack

Active minds lead to hungry bellies! Don’t forget to pack a healthy snack for your camper every morning…with no nuts of course! Remember: If you ordered a delicious lunch, you automatically receive a healthy morning snack!

10:50-11:50AM Enrichment 1

During enrichment stations, campers really get into the weekly theme and curriculum. Campers are introduced to the weekly subject and concepts, learn new skills and facts, and design, create and build daily and weekly projects.

11:50AM-12:25PM Lunch

Lunch available at your location?  It’s a snap to add a delicious lunch each day! Just click/check the lunch box on your enrollment form and a quality lunch will be delivered to camp daily. Packing you own lunch? Please just do not bring any products that contain: cashews, almonds, brazil nuts, pine nuts, walnuts or heaven forbid, the “Mother of All Nut Allergies”—the peanut.

12:30-1:30PM Enrichment 2

During enrichment stations, campers really get into the weekly theme and curriculum. Campers are introduced to the weekly subject and concepts, learn new skills and facts, and design, create and build daily and weekly projects.

1:35-2:35PM Team Time

In Team Time, we focus on team building and community. We get to know our teammates’ names, meet our Kimochi friends, create team names and cheers, and play the EDMO Vibe Game™.

2:40-3:00PM Closing Rally

Our Afternoon rally ends the day in an upbeat way. This gives staff  a chance to wrap up the day, make announcements for the days to follow and give SNAPS!

3:00-3:15PM Pick-Up

Pull up or walk up, whichever you fancy. Either way we’ll make a point to let you know something special about your child’s day. Look out for our daily email from the Camp Director detailing the activities at your camp location, along with a reminder to visit EDMO At Home to see what to look forward to tomorrow and suggested activities, books, websites, museum exhibitions, and more ways to keep the curiosity going.

3:15-6:00PM PM Extended Day, PM Snack & Free Play

Need a little more time in your day? Our PM Extended Day Program is a great option. While you’re away, campers can enjoy a little more free time with each other and staff. They’ll also have the option to spend time in the “Hang Time” room with access to music, games, computers, and maker supplies.  PM Extended Day goes from 3 PM – 6 PM but parents can pick up whenever works for them…but no later than 6 PM please! Our staff needs to get home too.

“This is my daughter's first time at the camp and the excitement in her eyes every time i pick her us is wonderful.. I have told everyone one I know about the camp and how great it is.”
– Alonia R., 8th grade, Sacramento Parent