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Engineering Robot Car




Make Quantum Leaps in Small Sequential Steps


Summer Camp

Introductory Python

and Robotics


June 29 - August 21, 2020

Beginner Python and Robotics

Junior Coders: Grades 3-6

Introductory Python and Robotics

Coders: Grades 7-12

Group size: 4 coders

Group instructors: Enthusiastic college students majoring in computer science and/or engineering

Coders are immersed in computer programming and learn how to engage with a humanoid robot.  Junior coders enjoy a fun and interactive introduction to programming and use both Scratch and Python to engage with Marty the Robot.  Upper-level coders develop a strong foundation in Python and use Python and JavaScript to engage with Misty the Robot

Kids in Technology Class


Beginner Python and Robotics

3 Sessions

Saturdays 2:00p or 4:00p

Grades 3-6

Group size: 4 coders

Junior coders enjoy a fun and interactive introduction to the principles of programming and use both Scratch and Python to engage with Marty the Robot.  


Introductory Python

and Robotics 

4 sessions
Saturdays 10:00a - 1:00p 

Grades: 7-12

Group size: 4 coders

Coders learn the essential skills of programming, from executing simple commands with a humanoid robot to building the kind of binary search functions Google uses. 

Image by NASA
Spaceship on Alien Planet


Intermediate Python: 

Website Development and Data Science

4 sessions 
Sundays 10:00a - 1:00p

Grades: 7-12​

Group size: 4 coders

Coders build on their Python knowledge and skills by working on projects in either data science or website development. A great way to start a programming portfolio!

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All About Us

CODEMAKERS teaches introductory, intermediate, and advanced Python programming workshops to kids and teens in the Boston area. ​ ​Our coders learn the core principles of programming in a relaxed and fun environment and gradually build the technical skills needed to develop their own projects and games. Coders also work on robotics projects to develop and apply their programming skills.  Our workshops are taught by computer science majors and grad students, with teaching assistance provided by high school students.  ​

Each year, we make in-kind and monetary donations to programs for kids and teens in underserved communities. For 2020, our designated charities are The Teen Center at St. Peter in Dorchester and the Science Club for Girls in Cambridge.


Contact Us

For more information about CODEMAKERS, our programs, activities, staff and more, don’t hesitate to contact us!

Belmont Center
68 Leonard St - Retail level
Down the walkway behind A Chocolate Dream
Belmont, MA 02478 

(617) 484-3847