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The summer of 2020 is shaping up to be a good time for kids to learn some digital skills, with social distancing still in place and many traditional summer camps closed or scaled back for the summer.
There are tons of online coding classes out there with prices ranging from free to thousands of dollars, but if you’re looking for a youth-level virtual coding camp, the Delaware STEAM Academy is offering lots of two- to four-week camps on virtual learning platform Outschool.
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- 2D Game Design With Unity (10 lessons)
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- AI Machine Learning With Scratch Coding for Kids (2 weeks)
Classes have different age ranges, starting at grade two up to grade 12. Most camps cost $249 to $289.-30-
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