Our Summer Activities for Teenagers Series is the perfect place to find things to do in the summer! In this installment, we have lots of ideas for ‘The Computer Whiz’ in your family!
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Supercomputers are your superpower…
- Gather non-working computers and use them for parts to build one that works
- Build a gaming computer
- Build your own network
- Build your own server
Room-cleaning droid, anyone?…
- Build a robot from a kit
- Build a robot from found materials
- Build two robots and have robot wars
- Build a robot to perform a task around the house
Develop the next trendy app…
- Take an online class on app development
- Create a new gaming app
- Brainstorm ideas for an app that will solve a problem and then build it
You gotta know how to code…
- Take an online programming class
- Create your own software
- Design a video game
Design a website everyone will want to visit…
- Design a website to provide information about a topic you love
- Design a blogging website (Free 5-day course here!)
- Design a website to sell your product
- Design a website theme to sell to website developers
(Make sure you create your websites on a self-hosted platform. If you use a free website host, you don’t own it and could lose all your content.)
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Disclaimer: All activities in this series may not be suitable for every teenager. It is the responsibility of parents/guardians to determine whether their teens are of appropriate age, maturity, and ability to participate in any given activity. It’s a Joyous Journey LLC takes no responsibility for any accident, injury, behavior, damage, etc. resulting from any person’s involvement in any activity listed in this series. Please note that many activities involve the internet/social media. We take no responsibility for any content on any website other than our own. Please monitor your teen according to your own family’s internet/social media guidelines.