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AICS to host free three-day winter camp for kids in Dubai

UAE – In celebration of the holiday season, Apple International Community School (AICS), a community school in Al Karama; will host a free winter camp for Dubai students ages 4-12 from December 22 to 24 (from 9:00 am to 5.00 pm) at their campus in Karama.

In association with hands-on learning solutions company ATLAB , children will enjoy a full-day festive building experience using LEGO Bricks and products. Guided by experienced Trainers- Kids will have the opportunity to create an entire Christmas themed park such as Christmas trees, houses, Santa Claus, sledges etc. using Lego products, LEDs and other safe-to-use electronics.

In addition, kids can also attend a free interactive one-hour class on robotics led by Unique World Robotics, a coding and robotics education organisation. The innovation Lab will be fully-equipped with various Lego kits for kids to create their own designs.

Dr Timothy Hughes, chief academic officer of LEAMS Education said: “The camp will offer an immersive festive experience that is designed to allow a child to learn and unleash their creativity through creative interactive play in a fun and stimulating environment. This will give parents the opportunity to keep their kids engaged during the festive holidays.”

Families can also have the chance of winning free courses worth AED 10,000 via raffle draw, when they attend the camp. Families can register their kids for the winter camp on https://bit.ly/roboxmas21

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