Minecraft Camp at Code Ninjas

A project-filled camp where students will be able to use multiple programs to build their own objects and import them into their very own Minecraft world! This is the perfect environment for your child to learn about editing and modeling their own 3D objects, practice solving Redstone circuit puzzles, and interact with their fellow Minecraft lovers.

For kids, 7-14. Sign up for Half Day (1:00-4:00 PM) at $349 for Minecraft, or Full Day with Game Builder's Club in the morning (8:30AM - 12:00 PM) at $499. 

Learn More | Enroll Now | Contact us @ westfieldnj@codeninjas.com or (908) 516-8869

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  1. Protima Pandey
  2. (908) 516-8869
  3. westfieldnj@codeninjas.com
Mon, August 19
1:00 pm — 4:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/19/2019 1:00pm 08/23/2019 4:30pm America/New_York Minecraft Camp at Code Ninjas

A project-filled camp where students will be able to use multiple programs to build their own objects and import them into their very own Minecraft world! This is the perfect environment for your child to learn about editing and modeling their own 3D objects, practice solving Redstone circuit puzzles, and interact with their fellow Minecraft lovers.

For kids, 7-14. Sign up for Half Day ...

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