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January 29th - Minecraft Survival Mini Games Camp

January 29th - Minecraft Survival Mini Games Camp
January 29th - Minecraft Survival Mini Games CampJanuary 29th - Minecraft Survival Mini Games Camp

Camp Price

$10.00

(plus tax)

Price Includes...

- 90 minutes of Instructor-led activities 

- Access to our Private Minecraft Server during camp

- Pre-camp "Tech Check" to help you get setup

Select a Session Start Time

10:00am12:00pm2:00pm

All times are Mountain Time

-1 hour for Pacific Time (2pm becomes 1pm)
+2 hours for Eastern Time (2pm becomes 4pm)

(looking for a different time? Click here!)

Who will be attending the Camp?

About This Program

Ages:

7 to 12 years (suggested)

Skill Level:

Beginner to Intermediate

Sessions:

90 Minutes

Dates:

Friday January 29th, 2021

Private & Secure

Play Minecraft on a Private Server with just your fellow campers and your host

Supervised & Structured

One of our Vetted and Experienced Hosts will be there the whole time with the kids

Small Groups

Up to 6 kids are in each camp, led by a dedicated Codo Host

Free Time For Parents

Get a predictable 90 minutes where a Codo Host will Supervise and Entertain your kid

Positive Role Models

Our Hosts are the kind of people kids look up to and respect

Socialization

Socialize with other kids in a safe and controlled environment, developing important skills

Camp Description

Take your Minecraft play to the next level with PD Day Survival Mini Games Camp.

Join the camp as we play the world’s most popular and fun Mini Games in Minecraft ever! We will play games that you may have seen with popular Youtubers. Some of these games can be intimidating to play on your own, so we will run through them together offering tips, tricks and friends!

 

Win or lose, this is about having the most fun ever!


Games will be played privately as a group! These games includes but not limited to:

  • Splegg
  • Party Games
  • The TNT Games
  • Prop Hunt
  • Mini Walls
  • Bomb Lobbers

 

As the fun-expert, the Codo host will go through tips and tricks that will make everyone better. The more everyone knows, the more engaged everyone will be! Kids will communicate with each other and learn how to play with great sportsmanship and teamwork. 

 

Camp runs for 90 minutes.

Agenda and Topics

Typical Agenda
  • Introductions (get to know the Instructor and other kids)
  • Fun Icebreakers
  • Minecraft challenge explanation
  • Guided Minecraft play on our private server
  • Fun break time activities and games
  • In-game presentations to the other kids

Topics Covered
  • Minecraft Survival Mini Games
  • Variety of popular mini games
  • PC controls (vs console, phone, tablet, etc)
  • Socializing and learning teamwork to achieve victory
  • Connecting to a private Minecraft Server
  

Frequently Asked Questions

Who runs the camps?
Each camp is ran by a live host. They are there to organize the activities, supervise the game play, help the kids as needed and generally entertain!
All of our hosts are vetted and experienced with kids. They're all adults, and based in Alberta, Canada. Most of them work for our Laser Tag facility, Laser City.

How do the camps work?
Codo Camps run on our custom video conferencing system, that we call Base Camp. The campers (up to 6 of them) and the Host can all see and hear each other. When we're playing games, like Minecraft and Roblox, we play on our own Private Servers, so it's just our group playing. Camps run 90 minutes a day for 11 days. Kids are encouraged to attend as many sessions as they can. We understand everyone has different holiday plans so it's no big deal if you miss one.

Do my kids need more screen time?
Fair point! We feel there's "good screen time" and "bad screen time", and we obviously feel our camps fall into the "good" category. Why? Well, rather than just mindlessly watching YouTube or playing video games, while kids are in our camps they're getting to socialize, develop important communication skills, plus being exposed to positive role models (our hosts). We totally understand that parents are wary about adding more screen time to their kids days, but our camps are about as good as screen time can be!

Are the camps safe?
Yes. Our camps are private (it's only the kids in that camp and their host) and secure (we use a unique "Codo Code" system to prevent un-authorized access). All of our Hosts are vetted and trained, plus all our camps are monitored by a supervisor at all times.

Do parents need to help?
Generally no. Most kids are absolutely fine on their own once they get going. Some younger kids might need to assistance from mom or dad with using the computer, but we make everything super simple.
Before your first camp you'll do an orientation to make sure all of your technology is properly setup and everything is working.
It's totally cool if you want to hang out with your child, but most parents take the opportunity to get some work done or have a break while their kids are "in camp".
  • Program Description
  • Agenda and Topics
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Take your Minecraft play to the next level with PD Day Survival Mini Games Camp.

Join the camp as we play the world’s most popular and fun Mini Games in Minecraft ever! We will play games that you may have seen with popular Youtubers. Some of these games can be intimidating to play on your own, so we will run through them together offering tips, tricks and friends!

 

Win or lose, this is about having the most fun ever!


Games will be played privately as a group! These games includes but not limited to:

  • Splegg
  • Party Games
  • The TNT Games
  • Prop Hunt
  • Mini Walls
  • Bomb Lobbers

 

As the fun-expert, the Codo host will go through tips and tricks that will make everyone better. The more everyone knows, the more engaged everyone will be! Kids will communicate with each other and learn how to play with great sportsmanship and teamwork. 

 

Camp runs for 90 minutes.

Typical Agenda

  • Introductions (get to know the Instructor and other kids)
  • Fun Icebreakers
  • Minecraft challenge explanation
  • Guided Minecraft play on our private server
  • Fun break time activities and games
  • In-game presentations to the other kids

Topics Covered

  • Minecraft Survival Mini Games
  • Variety of popular mini games
  • PC controls (vs console, phone, tablet, etc)
  • Socializing and learning teamwork to achieve victory
  • Connecting to a private Minecraft Server
Who runs the camps?
Each camp is ran by a live host. They are there to organize the activities, supervise the game play, help the kids as needed and generally entertain!
All of our hosts are vetted and experienced with kids. They're all adults and  work for our Laser Tag facility, Laser City.

How do the camps work?
Codo Camps run on our custom video conferencing system, that we call Base Camp. The campers (up to 6 of them) and the Host can all see and hear each other. When we're playing games, like Minecraft and Roblox, we play on our own Private Servers, so it's just our group playing. Camps run 90 minutes. 

Do my kids need more screen time?
Fair point! We feel there's "good screen time" and "bad screen time", and we obviously feel our camps fall into the "good" category. Why? Well, rather than just mindlessly watching YouTube or playing video games, while kids are in our camps they're getting to socialize, develop important communication skills, plus being exposed to positive role models (our hosts). We totally understand that parents are wary about adding more screen time to their kids days, but our camps are about as good as screen time can be!

Are the camps safe?
Yes. Our camps are private (it's only the kids in that camp and their host) and secure (we use a unique "Codo Code" system to prevent un-authorized access). All of our Hosts are vetted and trained, plus all our camps are monitored by a supervisor at all times.

Do parents need to help?
Generally no. Most kids are absolutely fine on their own once they get going. Some younger kids might need to assistance from mom or dad with using the computer, but we make everything super simple.
Before your first camp you'll do an orientation to make sure all of your technology is properly setup and everything is working.
It's totally cool if you want to hang out with your child, but most parents take the opportunity to get some work done or have a break while their kids are "in camp".

Experience Required

  • Basic understanding of using a keyboard and mouse
  • Understands the qualities and characteristics of different blocks in the Minecraft World
  • Able to design and build basic structures.

Technology Required

  • Minecraft Java Edition
    ($35 to buy, or we can lend you a license for the camp) 
  • PC or Mac
    (Click Here if you have a Chromebook, iPad, games console, etc) 
  • High Speed Internet
  • Webcam
  • Mouse (not just a touchpad)
  • Headphones or Headset (not required, but highly recommended)

About Our Hosts

Vetted and Supervised

Positive Role Models

Adults (aged 18+)

Awesome With Kids

Based in Alberta, Canada

It takes a special kind of person to be a great Codo Host. Luckily for us, we’ve got lots of them!


Our Instructors all come from Laser City (our laser tag facilities in Alberta), so are already awesome at working with kids.


They’re all adults (no high schoolers) and take pride in making sure your kids are safe, learning and having fun.

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January 29th - Minecraft Survival Mini Games Camp

January 29th - Minecraft Survival Mini Games Camp
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Camp Price

$10.00

(plus tax)

Price Includes...

Exclusive look into our Codo Minecraft camps for Laser City customers

- 90 minutes of Instructor-led activities  

- Access to our Private Minecraft Server during and after camp

- Pre-camp "Tech Check" to help you get setup

Select a Session Start Time

10:00am12:00pm2:00pm

All times are Mountain Time

-1 hour for Pacific Time (2pm becomes 1pm)
+2 hours for Eastern Time (2pm becomes 4pm)

(looking for a different time? Click here!)

Who will be attending the Camp?

About This Program

Ages:

7 to 12 years (suggested)

Skill Level:

Beginner to Intermediate

Sessions:

90 Minutes

Dates:

Friday January 29th, 2021