Apple has opened up registration for its summer Apple Camp classes aimed at kids 8 to 12, with sessions set to begin in July. There at three courses available at Apple Stores across the US and in select other locations, all of which utilize Apple products and software. The Creating Characters and Composing Music course will encourage kids to create their own stories by sketching characters with an Apple Pencil on the iPad Pro, then creating a musical track with vocals in GarageBand. The three-day Stories in Motion with iMovie course will teach students to storyboard their ideas, then learn about camera angles and editing during shooting before presenting their finished product. During the Coding Games and Programming Robots session, kids will use Tynker to solve puzzles before learning to program a Sphero robot. All of the courses are free to attend.
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