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NEW - Online Summer Coding and

LEGO® Engineering Camps! 

TechKnowHow LEGO® Robotics and Coding Camps

Online Zoom Camps with a Focus on

STEM Creativity, Skill Building & Camper Interaction

This summer, we're proud to offer online programs to replace our traditional summer camps for students.


Campers aged 5-16 can join us for our week-long LEGO® Engineering and Coding camps, featuring unique STEM projects, Minecraft adventures, Python and Java coding, and more.


The Summer 2020 Flexible Plan

  • Sign up for any camp with a $100 deposit through May 15.  

  • You can transfer to any available camp without a fee.

  • You will receive a full credit of your payment toward a future camp if you need to cancel or a camp gets cancelled.

Every TechKnowHow experience...

Robot Tech Camps in Bay Area

Enables students to learn valuable, real-world skills, from discovering engineering principles to gaining confidence in Python and Java programming

Teamwork in Summer Break Camps

Is taught by our caring, experienced staff some parent testimonials of our instructors >

Provides opportunities for social interactions with other campers through fun games, activities, and project-sharing experiences

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Features TechKnowHow's 

award-winning curriculum 

(We received 9 Bay Area Parent Magazine awards in 2019, including Best Tech Camp)


Featuring 3-6 hours of daily guided instruction with engaging lessons, group games, and all-new projects!

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What do parents have to say about TechKnowHow?

"My son really enjoyed the camp.  He was challenged and stimulated by the
curriculum, and responded well to his excellent counselors. Congratulations to
the entire team at TechKnowHow for putting on such an amazing summer program!"

— John B., parent of a 7-year-old camper


"I was blown away. Every day of the week there is a different build in the morning and a different coding project in the afternoon. I'm just as excited as my daughter is at pick up because I love having her show and tell me what she did during the day."

— Connie W., parent of an 8-year-old camper

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