PCS Thanksgiving Newsletter
Overwhelming Demand for PCS Edventure Labs Holiday Camps
As Thanksgiving week is here, we are delighted to see the overwhelming demand from parents and students concerning our Edventures Lab Holiday Camps. Our camps are intensive 1-5 days workshops. Some of our most popular workshops are beginning and progressive Unity 3D camps for kids in grades 4-12. This exciting programming platform enables students to build their own, rich 3D gaming environments and teaches them beginning applications in programming.
These programs and others which are being implemented at our PCS Edventures Lab are extremely important to develop our expanding business model to scale the labs. As we expand and open additional labs, each Edventures Lab will serve as a rich hub for technology education supporting our local sales efforts and multiple revenue streams from tuition, online support services, outreach programs, and product sales.
Our BrickLab STEM Camp designed for students in K-3 will explore concepts in elementary physics, measurement, architecture, and technology which incorporates the engineering design cycle and language arts. The BrickLab Camp engages K-3 students in STEM through “hands-on” activitites with building bricks
Our Unity 3D Saturday Intensive Camp is the perfect time for students in grades 4-12 to polish their Unity skills in game development with our instructor Markus.
If you agree that giving that special child or grandchild the gift of knowledge, is an investment in their future, PCS is happy to now offer our robotics products so they may experience “hands-on” learning at home and our new robot t shirts for that “future programmer or inventor” in the family.http://www.edventureslab.com/ed-labs/shop-ed-labs/
At Thanksgiving we are grateful for the opportunity to be engaged in work which enriches educational opportunities for K12 students and prepares them for great careers and for each of you our friends and shareholders who make it possible for PCS to continue to grow and expand.
We would like to share a quote which seems appropriate this Thanksgiving week:
“How wonderful it would be if we could help our children and grandchildren to learn thanksgiving at an early age. Thanksgiving opens the doors. It changes a child’s personality. A child is resentful, negative–or thankful. Thankful children want to give, they radiate happiness, they draw people”
Sir John Templeton
PCS Edventures, Inc.