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KidsTek Learning: Fun And Educational LEGO Camps in Fort Myers and Naples

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When looking for camps for my kids this summer the most important thing for me was that the camp would provide a learning opportunity and be a fun and exciting experience for my little guy.  My 7 year old loves LEGOs and Star Wars so enrolling him in the Star Wars LEGO camp from KidsTek Learning was a perfect fit for him. I had not doubt he would love it but what I was not expecting was that he would learn so much while doing something he is passionate about.

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During the one week camp at KidsTek he learned to build really complex spaceships and other LEGO contraptions by following instructions and working with his new friends. He not only learned that by working as a team he can accomplish things he would not be able to do by himself but he also learned many new building and physics concepts, all in a fun environment.

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KidsTek summer camps are designed by engineers and every teacher has at least one year of college physics.  Building working models they can see, touch, and experiment with, gives children a deeper understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematical principles.

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This summer we have enrolled both of my children in various summer camps and no other camp has provided so much fun learning opportunities as KidsTek and so far it’s been my son’s favorite camp, ever!  I really loved that the the group was really small so that each child got lots of attention from the instructors.

KidsTek also offer afterschool and homeschool classes where they teach science and engineering using LEGO.

You can learn more about KidsTek summer camps and programs by visiting the KidsTek website and like the KidsTek Facebook page to stay up to date with their news and new courses and camps.

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Paula Bendfeldt-Diaz

Paula is a freelance writer, translator & marketer. She started her writing & publishing career as the editor of Bebé y Mamá, the first parenting magazine in Guatemala. She is the founder of www.GrowingUpBilingual.com and www.365thingsswfl.com and writes articles in Spanish and English for both magazines and the web on subjects ranging from travel and food to parenting and bilingualism. She enjoys traveling, good food and is always in search of new things to do and in Southwest Florida.

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