WHAT WE DO:
“Best Children’s Workshops”
1 of the Top 10 Awesome Birthday Party Places in Toronto
“Makerspace lets kids play to encourage creativity and confidence”
“MakerKids is teaching Toronto children to ‘design the future'”
My son and I both feel grateful for having found MakerKids. There isn’t anything that compares in the GTA.The teaching staff are extremely professional and engaging with all the kids. My son really feels comfortable to ask all kinds of questions and acts like himself. Great space and positive energy. I highly recommend Makerkids to parents of tech savvy kids.Heather
Kids come in here not knowing what they can do and they leave with a phenomenal amount of self-confidence, and capabilityRod
My boys flourish here and look forward to it every week. They show social skills improvement and more confidence since coming to MakerKids and finding their “tribe.” Happy children make me a happy and grateful mom. Thanks MakerKids for creating programs for my quirky, “outside the box thinking” boys.Tammy
Our last MakerKids Sampler summer camp is Aug. 29-Sept 2!
Our camps run Monday to Friday, from 9am to 3:30pm. Learn something new, make something awesome and make new friends! What better way to spend summer?
After-School and Weekend Programs:
Save $75 by registering for all 3 terms. Our after school and weekend programs begin Sept. 19. Each program is 10-weeks long for in-depth learning. Classes happen every week for 2 hours. School pick-up is available for select schools.
We were named one of the top 10 awesome birthday party places in Toronto by Today’s Parent. Have your next birthday at MakerKids for a fun and educational experience. Birthday parties can range from 1.5 to 2.5 hours.
WHO WE ARE
Jennifer attended the Graduate Studies Program at NASA’s Singularity University and business school at Queen’s University. Her career highlights include doing marketing and PR for the Matterform 3D Scanner crowdfunding campaign (which raised over $471K), helping build a 3D printer for a music video and launching an SMS-based disaster relief project during Hurricane Sandy.
Graham has been an instructor for many years, teaching kids at ScienceQuest at Queen’s University, City of Toronto science summer camps, and more.
Thomas is an experienced educator with three years of instruction under his belt and even more years at summer camps and programs. He spends a lot of his time designing and playing games that are on the laptop, table-top and even outdoors!
Matthew is in high school at Ursula Franklin Academy. He loves playing with computers and programming, Minecraft, 3D designing, taking things apart and building new things. Matthew is currently working on an Arduino powered wireless RC amphibious vehicle using a toy that he had taken apart.
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We have an amazing space in Bloor West Village (2451 Bloor St W, Toronto – at Jane and Bloor, just south of Jane subway station). We are a nut-free location – please do not bring nuts to our space. We also do programs at schools – contact email@example.com to arrange a program at your school.