Registrations have just opened for this summer's Apple Camp, and if you have tech-obsessed kids in your life, you won't want to miss this.
Apple Camp is designed for kids aged eight to 12 years, and involves three 90-minute sessions held across three days at Apple stores around the country.
There are three areas of study lined up for Apple Camp 2019, covering areas of digital music, video and games.
In "Coding With Sphero Robots", kids learn a new coding strategy each day. Working in groups they will learn to program colours and sounds, and even develop their own digital games.
For little musicians, you'll want to make a beeline for "Beat Making and Songwriting with GarageBand". Kids will learn about the fundamentals of music structure, and even produce their own piece, complete with vocals, and perform it to the group on the final day.
"Telling Stories With Clips" is a must for fans of digital images, particularly budding film makers and photographers. The course allows kids to work in groups to capture their own footage, edit it, then enhance and polish it ready for presentation to the other campers.
Not only do kids get a total of four-and-a-half hours of digital immersion in an Apple store (which we all know is a tech-head's favourite destination), but all of this brilliant insight, education and interaction is free.
Thank you, Apple.
Dates vary depending on location, but most sessions begin in early January, wrapping up before school starts for 2019.
Get over to Apple and register now, you'll need your Apple ID to sign your child up. Waitlist spots are available for sessions that are already full.
Full details at Apple Australia.