VR Kingdom brings to you our VR Camp; a five-day program including a range of VR experiences, educational games, arts and crafts. Each day, kids will have a new set of games to play and activities spread out throughout each day.
Using the latest in VR technology, including the Meta Quest 2 VR Headset, as well as exclusive adventure from our partners, kids will have loads of fun. But it doesn’t stop there. We also have other games to make sure kids have as much fun as possible.
The VR Camp will run from Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM in the morning till 4:00 PM in the afternoon for the first week of school holidays. There will be limited spaces available, so book in fast.
The youngest kids we will have at VR Camp is 8 years old, and will cater up till the age of 18.
At this point in time, we will be running the VR Camp for up to 3 groups of kids at a time, so a total of 18 children at a time, subject to availability of space in the venue.
At all times, we will have a minimum of 2-3 with the kids at all times (Maximum 1:6 ratio). All of our staff have up to date first aid and WWCC.
Yes, we will be providing food for the VR Camp. Like in school, we will have both recess and lunch, as well as having drinks available throughout the day. At this point in time, lunch will be pizza, but that may change. If your child has any special dietary requirements, please let us know, but we cannot always accommodate special dietary requirements due to catering limitations near the venues.
Ideally, we would like kids to arrive between 9:00 AM and 9:30 AM in the morning. Parents will need to come in and sign a waiver for their children, and sign them in. In the meantime, kids will be set up with some card games and board games before the main event gets underway. If you think you may be late on the day, feel free to give us a call.
To start the day, we want the kids to dive into some free time in VR. Each child will be given a Meta Quest 2 VR Headset to play on for an hour, with a range of games for them to pick and choose. These are predominantly single player experiences, with something that all the kids will enjoy.
After a good work out in VR, kids will need to have a break and have something to eat. Recess will last for around half an hour, where kids will have packets of chips, lollies and other snacks, almost like a party. After they get cleaned up, they can jump back into some VR.
VR affords a unique opportunity to give kids an engaging educational experience which is both informative and entertaining. Each of the 5 days will have a different topic for kids to dive into and learn. Along with the experiences themselves, we have activities which tie into those topics for them to complete and compete, with prizes awarded at the end.
Some of the days kids will have projects they need to complete on their own, and others will be group based activities, where they all need to work together. The educational experience will run for about an hour in the middle of the day, and cater to all ages.
The kids will run through several different space apps, each giving different types of knowledge about space. They will then be given a quiz to see how much they remember.
Kids will run through a series of deep sea ocean based games, and then will need to work together to create a large seascape over a large span of paper each.
The kids will go through the Anne Frank house app, as well as the National Geographic walking app, and learn about different things in which they will be quizzed after.
The kids will play several physics based games, including ones that they use just with their hands, no controllers. Afterward, they will band together to create their own Rube-Goldberg machine.
Kids will delve into human and animal biology app/video, they will then be tasked with designing their own fantasy creatures including diagrams of their systems.
An introduction to VR, how VR games are made and what is involved in the technology behind VR (this is age dependent and only suitable for older children)
Each day, kids will have to band together as a team to play through one of our much VR Escape Room Adventures. As a team, they will have up to 45 minutes to solve a series of puzzles and complete the Adventure.
These adventures vary in difficulty, starting with the easiest one first and progressively getting hard throughout the week. They will all be given a short briefing on how to play the game, then they all jump in and try to complete it as fast as possible.
All VR Escape Rooms that will be made available will be VR games that the children must work together to solve, which will develop their communication skills, problem-solving skills, teamwork and hand to eye coordination.
After a long day in VR, gaming on consoles and completing projects, kids work up quite an appetite. At this point in the day, all have a good sit down and eat some pizza and chill. We allow about 1 hour for lunch in total.
After kids have eaten, they will be given the opportunity to have some free time to do what they want in the Arena, including some physical activity games we will play during lunchtime.
As we start to round up the day, we jump into some Art Challenges. These are group art projects, where kids need to work together to complete a challenge. These fun, silly art games get the kids’ brains working and really gets them engaged.
Just like the morning activity, there will be prizes for kids combined works.
Kids will have to work with both their creative and structural minds to create a large bridge structure that can safely transport a hot wheels car. The trick is, they will only have dry spaghetti, marshmallows and paper to construct it.
One of the group will volunteer to be the model, while they all work as a group to dress them up in a suit of armour created entirely of cardboard, tape and markers. The most elaborate suit of armour wins.
Using templates and raw creativity, kids will need to work together to create a small diorama of a cityscape, with buildings, trees and rivers. This will be made using paper, pencils and tape.
Kids will come together as a group to come up with their own business ideas. They will then need to create a small brief, design some products, a logo for their company and even uniforms.
Also known as papercraft, cutting out and building things and characters using paper printouts. They will then construct a small scene using the characters and props and create a comic book!
Finally, to wrap up the day, kids are given one last chance to jump into VR, to play any game they like from our library. This will go on all the way up until kids are picked up at the end of the day.
Kids will need to be collected by 4:00 PM. However, do recognise it’s sometimes difficult to make it on a deadline every day. If you feel you are going to be late of the day, please give us a call in advance to let us know, as there may incur additional charges for late pickups.