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Camp CodeREV

Camp CodeREV

CodeREV STEAM In-Person or Virtual Camps inspire innovation through project-based experiential adventures in STEAM learning and excitement.


CodeREV Kids build amazing projects that tap into their natural curiosity to unleash their imagination and creativity while teaching them next-level industry skills in innovation and technology creation. Led by fun, expert instructors, kids dive into friendship, fun, and awesome camp memories.


The camp day is broken up into a variety of exciting activities, both on and off-screen, and includes structured break times.  


A Typical Day Broken Down: Discovery Launch – We will always start the day with an intro period in which we introduce the objectives for the day and demo what the final outcome might look like.


Campers will then be led by their instructor using our Q and A dialogue format in which our instructors have students actively participate in discovering how to reach each objective by asking questions throughout the process rather than simply lecturing.


Let’s Move It… Outside Time – This will be the 1st of three break periods during the camp day in which we will lead the students in STEAM themed fun activities outside.  For one of many examples, think of Simon says, but with a robot giving orders and using coding concepts such as loops and conditionals.


Innovation Hour – Campers will continue working on their projects and the instructor will introduce challenges that will require students to get their innovative caps on to be able to complete.


Let’s Get Physical… Outside – This will be the 2nd of three break periods during the camp day in which we will lead the campers in camp fun activities outside. Ideation & Iteration – Campers will wrap up the day’s objectives and will now get to customize their projects as well as come up with ideas on how to make their project unique.


Golden Hour Giggles (Outside) – In the 3rd break of the day, students will have fun outside. In this period, we tend to focus more on team-building activities rather than super physical activities, although there is a mix of getting the giggles out and lots of play and movement as well. 


Buddy Up & Brainstorm – Campers will buddy up to see and experience each other’s projects. If students made digital art, the partner will get to run the code and ask questions about how this was created. If campers made a game, their partner can play and test the game. Together, they can brainstorm more ways to customize and add to this project. 


Project Landing – In the last period of the day, campers will wrap up the day with a recap of the day’s objectives and key concepts and ideas for the next day of camp. We also like to share camp day highlights. 



    1306 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403

    4548 Haskell Ave, Encino, CA 91436 

    1000 Bison Ave, Newport Beach, CA 92660


    Summer 2024: 

    Jun 10 - Aug 2


    Regular Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Extended Hours:  8:20 am - 5:00 pm
    9am – 4pm , M – F, Weeklong Camps, all summer long


    $629/Week - In Person 

    $259/Week -  Virtual 


    Partial scholarships for FRL first come first serve.


    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Mikette M.
    "CodeREV does a great job at teaching kids scripting in a fun environment. I have to peel my kid away at the end of every session. He never wants to leave and always asks to go back. Not only has he learned a lot and had a ton of fun at CodeREV, but he has fun and makes friends there. I highly recommend CodeREV."


    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Jeffrey G.
    " My son absolutely loved his experience at Code Rev! I highly recommend & commend Code Rev as they not only have created a high interest curriculum; they hire the best of the best from some well respected universities from across the nation to teach your kids!!"


    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Joyce S.
    "My 2nd grade daughter has been coming to the MathCraft class at CodeRev for the last 6 months or so. She LOVES it and looks forward to going every week. She tells me she loves getting ahead and learning concepts she's not yet touched on at school. Mostly, I think she's having fun while she's learning. And Captain, her instructor is fantastic! They are flexible with scheduling and a pleasure to work with." -Gregory R. "My kids took the one week Robotics coding class working with Lego Mindstorms. They really enjoyed the class and coding the robots. I thought the "battle" coding was a bit basic; personally I like having the robots perform "robot" tasks as if they were in a factory or on another planet. (That means following a path, moving objects, recognizing things and reacting etc.) It was a good week and they seemed to learn a lot and enjoyed their instructors. Now I have to decide when I might invest in the robotics kit for home...! "

    Tel: (310) 450 - 4984 



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