35 completely "normal" things you’ll see at iD Tech this summer

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For those of you who have already sent your kids to iD Tech this summer or in the past, you've probably seen some things you'd expect to see at a summer camp....

At the same time, you've probably also noticed more pies, helmets, masks, and props than your average STEM program. Even better, you've probably seen more smiles, too. 

For those getting ready to attend or thinking about registering, just know, everything you'll soon see is completely normal.

To help you prepare for the summer ahead or to relive the camp experience you recently left behind, here are 35 photos that encapsulate the not-so-normal normal that is iD Tech.

1. Smile-inducing camp projects

2. Changemakers of tomorrow 

3. Bright colors and floaties

4. Spontaneous lab dancing

5. Uniquely creative expressions

6. Idea-generating comfort

7. Capes and stormtroopers

8. “I got this” grins

9. Campus monuments

10. “Rock on” faces

11. Amazing group shots

12. Kids being kids

13. Intensity and pure joy, in the same room

14. Logos!

15. Presidential selfies

16. Inspiring settings

17. Laptop-building

18. Cozmo craziness

19. World Cup reenactments

20. Hands-on instruction

21. College cruising

22. “I did it!” arms

23. Hurdle-leaping

24. Campers, sunshine, and bears! (Oh my!)

25. Twinning

26. Grinning

27. Tinkering

28. Thinker poses

29. Ricky Bobby hands

30. Icebreaking

31. Air-catching

32. Squads

33. Swag

34. Proud project owners

35. Pie monsters

Just your everyday camp experience, right?

You never know what you'll see this summer with iD Tech.

Join the thousands of kids and teens who have already attended, and have learned to code cool apps, design video games, work with 3D printers, build Fortnite-inspired levels, mod Minecraft, create with Roblox, and so much more. 

Space is filling quickly, so find a location near you and check availability right now!

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Ryan manages blog content at iD Tech, starting with the company in 2008. He earned his MBA from Santa Clara University after obtaining his Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State. Connect on LinkedIn!

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