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The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Summer 2024 Lessons for Children in Grades 2 - 8 All lessons are free. Donations are accepted, but not required. SDM provides all equipment needed.  Ages are flexible and intended to ensure a similar interest, attention span and knowledge of core concepts. Please read the description carefully to determine the correct level for your child. […]

3D Modeling with TinkerCAD for Elementary and Middle School Students

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Students will learn how to create a CAD design for an item to be built. This lesson requires approximately middle school levels of reading and math comprehension. Programming of the CAD design is done in TinkerCAD. To create a drawing for printing, most children will require more than one TinkerCAD lesson or individual appointment.

Free

Digital Art – Elementary and Middle School

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

In this lesson students will learn to draw a complex picture on an iPad using different drawing and coloring techniques. We use the Procreate program on iPads, with Apple pencils. Procreate includes the ability to add animation to pictures and this will be introduced.  Students’ completed pictures can be emailed to them at the conclusion of the lesson. There is no minimum age recommendation, as no reading or math are required. Competence in using a computer is required.

Free

Lego Robotics Basics – Late Elementary and Middle School

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Students will work individually or in pairs with a Lego Spike Prime kit. Time will be split between learning how to build a robotic device, and programming basic robotic functions. Lego programming is done in Scratch-like block coding.

Free

Video Editing – Upper Elementary and Middle School

The SDM Shop 406 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Students will learn how to use software such as Adobe's Premier Rush to create a video. Whether they want to cut a piece out of a longer video, create their own slideshow, add titles, or produce a professional video, they will leave this lesson understanding the basics of video editing. Attendees should be adept users of a computer. Upper elementary or middle school students with an interest in video editing would be appropriate. Students who have their own video content can work on that. Other students will work on generic video clips.

Free
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