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Educational Fun’ summer camps!

Choose from brain-boosting STEM or Coding camps.

Ages 5-10

STEM Camps

Hands-on science activities that promote math and engineering while nurturing creativity and curiosity.

Ages 7 – 12

Coding Camps

Code a dynamic app or video game. Learn coding terms, logic, problem-solving and presentation skills.

3 Reasons Why Codezilla is Tech-rific!


Skills Developed

Presentation skills, logic, problem-solving, creativity & resilience

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math skills (STEM) and Digital literacy


Activities Enjoyed

NEW “Family Friday”–  present coding and STEM projects to peers and parents (full-day camps). A dino may visit! 🦖

Outdoor play, team games and exercise


Friendship & Support

10-12 children per camp (7:1 ratio)

NEW “I’m Fine Online”–  mini-workshop on healthy screen time & online safety

Camp Weeks & Programs

Camp Weeks

STEM Camps / Coding Camps

(ages 5-10)                   (ages 7-12)

Week 0: June 24-28*

Toy Makers / Roblox

Week 1: July 2-5 (4-days)

Motion Makers / Minecraft

Week 2: July 8-12

Animal Makers / Game Makers L1

Week 3: July 15-19 

Movie Makers / App Makers

Week 4: July 22-26

Toy Makers / Roblox

Week 5: July 29-August 2

Motion Makers / Game Makers L1

Week 6: August 6-9 (4-days)

Animal Makers / Minecraft

Week 7: August 12-16 

Movie Makers / App Makers

Week 8: August 19-23** 

Toy Makers / Game Makers L1

Week 9: August 26-30*** 

 Movie Makers / Minecraft

* Danforth location only
** Danforth, Leaside & Wychwood locations only
*** Leaside & Wychwood location only

Camp Locations

Danforth Summer Camp

Montcrest School
658 Broadview Ave, Toronto, M4K 2P1

Junction Summer Camp

St Cecilia Catholic Elementary School
355 Annette St, Toronto, M6P 1R3
(permit pending)

Leaside Summer Camp

Leaside United Church
822 Millwood Rd, Toronto, M4G 1W4

Wychwood Summer Camp

St Clair Avenue Baptist Church
152 Wychwood Ave, Toronto, M6C 2T2

Camp Programs

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STEM Camps

(ages 5-10)


Animal Makers

Unleash the Wild World of STEM!

The science of nature comes to camp! Animal- inspired crafts and STEM projects.

Skills: science, math (e.g. patterns),  imagination, creativity, teamwork


Motion Makers

Mind-bending chain reactions!

Spark engineering and creativity!  Marble runs, chain reactions and Rube Goldberg machines.

Skills: simple machines, imagination, creativity, teamwork.

Kid Fave!

Movie Makers

Bring your imagination to life!

Creativity meets technology! Kids showcase their director, animator and storyteller skills.

Skills: digital literacy, imagination, creativity, teamwork, communication.

Kid Fave!

Toy Makers

Transform ordinary into STEM toys!

Science, creativity and play combine into projects that use circuits, recyclables and 3D pens.

Skills: STEM, motor, creativity, teamwork.

Photo: @voltpaperscissors

Coding Camps

(ages 7 – 12)

Kid Fave!

Game Makers Level 1 Beginners

Coding and math with MIT’s Scratch!

#1 program! Code dynamic video games and animations. It’s like ‘LEGO on a laptop’.

Skills: digital literacy, math, logic, problem-solving, patience, resilience



Your Minecraft world comes to life!

Learn programming concepts while building and modifying your Minecraft creations..

Skills: computational thinking, problem-solving, imagination, creativity



Every day is a virtual adventure!

Code, create and shape your own interactive and immersive Roblox universe.

Skills: computer programming, problem-solving, imagination, creativity.

Kid Fave!


A kid-friendly intro to app making!

Using MIT App Inventor, kids unleash the power of hand-held apps. For Intermediate coders.

Skills: digital literacy, math, logic, problem-solving, patience, resilience.

Camp Price & Guarantee

4-Day Camp

5-Day Camp

Half-day camp (9am – 12pm or 1-4pm)



Full-day camp (9-4pm)



Optional Add-ons

AM Extended Care (8:30 – 9am)



PM Extended Care (4 – 5pm)



Tablet or Computer Rental

Bring your own tablet
or computer and save!

Bring your own tablet
or computer and save!

Hot Lunch (catered by The Lunch Lady) 



Codezilla T-shirt

$36 each

Hot Lunch Program

(Optional weekly purchase)

Nutritious food. Allergy-managed.

Codezilla t-shirts

(Optional purchase)

Book with confidence! If your kiddo isn’t loving Codezilla camp after Day 1, we’ll refund the remaining days. Guaranteed!

Installment Payment plans available.

All prices exclude HST.

A non-refundable 2.4% Credit Card Surcharge is added to all transactions to cover the fee charged by payment processors.

Campers not picked up by their designated pick up time will be charged a $20 late fee to cover the cost of staffing.

Want to know our Refund Policy? See below in the FAQs.

We work hard to keep our prices affordable despite highly skilled staff, valuable technology and costly wifi. Should cost be a barrier, please email us for scholarship information.

5 Reasons Why Kids 💚 Codezilla summer camp


Mentally Stimulating

Engaging activities such as coding, math, art and science


Physically Active

A healthy combination of outdoor play, fresh air and physical activity at least 2-3 hours per day


Unique Activities

The WORLD’S coolest camps! Slime, Doll and Dino Makers, along with video game and app creation!


Ab-Fab Fun

Timeless, classic summer time fun with a small group of kids.


Personal Attention

Small camp sizes means that your kids get the VIP treatment they deserve


If your child is younger or new to coding, Game Makers Level 1 (taught with MIT Scratch software) is a great introduction (it’s like ‘LEGO on a laptop’ where kids use drag-and-drop multi-coloured blocks to code dynamic games and projects. 

For older or Intermediate and Advanced coders, App Makers (taught with MIT App Inventor software) is a great introduction to app-making fundamentals.

Both Minecraft and Roblox are beloved recreational platforms that nurture creativity, computational thinking, logic and problem-solving.  

For all Coding camps & STEM – Movie Makers camp: families are encouraged to supply their own device, ie. a laptop -or- a tablet with keyboard + mouse. Alternatively, Codezilla rentals of a laptop + mouse are available ($10/day).

For half-day camps: please bring a nut-free snack, flip-top water bottle, sunscreen, hat. 

For full day camps: please bring a nut-free lunch + 2 snacks, flip-top water bottle, sunscreen, hat and swimsuit/towel for water days.

As a mom-run business, we know that outdoor playtime (aka screen-free time) is important. Campers follow a school-based schedule, eg. 1 x 60 min lunch, 2 x 20 min recess break (AM + PM) for plenty of fresh air and outdoor recreation at local parks, splash pads and nearby green spaces.  

Our camp hours are 9 – 4pm. 

Optional extended care is also available:

  • Early-drop off: 8:30 – 9am
  • Late pick up: 4 – 5pm

For full day camps, we host ‘Family Friday’ from 3 – 4pm. Families are welcome to watch their child(ren) present their coding and/or STEM projects. It’s a tech-rific, STEM-tastic end-of-camp party!

We intentionally operate small-size camps to ensure that every child has a personal and positive experience. Our STEM camps and Coding camps are 8-10 children per camp. Both of these camps operate on either side of a large classroom, totalling 16 – 20 children with a 1:7 instructor-child ratio.

When it comes to coding, age is less important than prior coding experience.  

  • Roblox and Minecraft are creative options that many kids already enjoy playing at home.
  • Game Makers Level 1 (Beginners) is ideal for kids who are new to coding (computational thinking) or who have limited coding experience at school. This is taught using MIT Scratch software. 
  • App Makers is the next level up from Game Makers, as it uses MIT App Inventor. It’s more advanced but a kid-friendly introduction to app development.

Our goal is to run a caring and inclusive camp where all children have ‘Educational Fun’. Please contact us to discuss your child’s individual needs if the answers below don’t address your concerns. 

For  younger children or those new to camp: parents can receive a text or email + photo update about their child. We love to over-share! 🙂  

For children with learning disabilities or special needs: If your child is comfortable in a classroom setting, they will likely adapt well to camp. Many children who are on the spectrum have enjoyed our camp.  

For children who require 1:1 support: if your child has a support worker, they are welcome to attend camp alongside your child. Since we are a small camp, we are unable to provide 1:1 support to individual children

We know that parents know their child best. Your child may be suitable for camp if they are close to the listed age range (ie. within 6 months of turning 5 years old), comfortable in a classroom environment, possess reasonable maturity levels and academic capabilities and/or has an older sibling attending camp that week. Please contact us to discuss your child’s individual needs.

If your child doesn’t like Codezilla camp for any reason, we offer a full refund of days remaining (minus 2.4% credit card fees). 


If you decide to cancel your camp purchase prior to the camp start date:

  • 4+ weeks prior to camp start, 100% refund (minus $25 admin fee + 2.4% credit card fees)
  • 2-4 weeks prior to camp start, 50% refund (minus $25 admin fee + 2.4% credit card fees)
  • 1 week prior to start, no refund 
  • No refund due to missed camp days 
  • No refund if your child is asked to leave camp due to dangerous or threatening behavior

We promise a week of Educational Fun! As a mom-run business, that also includes Safety & Outdoor play.

Here is an example of a STEM camp (ages 5-10):

Here is an example of a STEM camp (ages 5-10): 

Some Codezilla features that we’re especially proud of:

  • Our camps appeal to all kids! We typically have a 50/50 boy-to-girl ratio – a rarity in STEM and coding!
  • Smaller camp size = nice camp environment! Our staff get to know the kids, and the kids get to know other interesting peers!
  • Great value for money! Since starting in 2017, Codezilla has repeatedly offered best value for families. We also donate spots to Parent Councils and deserving families.
  • Teacher and Mom-approved: our biggest champions are teachers and moms, including Parent Council volunteers who invite us to their school time and time again.