Science Explorers Summer Camps
LOOSE IN THE LAB CAMP - Science Explorers has compiled our favorite camp experiments into this week-long science adventure! Make a groovy lava lamp test tube, mix up chemical reactions, erupt a volcano, make chalkboard and fluffy slime, build a solar oven to make treats, launch pompoms with your own catapult, create your own motorized invention, make a foaming “matter monster”, and go on a fossil dig.
FINAL FRONTIERS: SEA AND SPACE - Explore the mysterious realms of sea and space as you enter the exciting worlds of marine biology and astronomy! Dive in and examine weird wonders of the sea, observe the anatomy of a real fish and learn the ancient technique of gyotaku or “fish rubbing”, and discover the ocean’s living fossils. Then blast off to discovering space and stars as you make an out-of-this-world solar system model, prepare for lift-off as you build and launch your own stomp rocket while learning about Newton’s Laws of Motion, complete a mission to the Moon, and design and build a space capsule that will safely bring your “eggstronaut” in for a landing.
As always, our camp sizes will remain small with between 10-18 children. All of our materials will be packed in individual kits to eliminate sharing. An advantage of this will be that if your child misses a day, they can take their materials home and complete the projects using our pre-recorded videos without missing the fun. For our in-person camps we will be doing as many activities as possible outdoors in the fresh air.
Masks must be worn during the program. A mask will also be worn by the instructor and social distancing will be in place.
- Registrations is taken through Science Explorers website.
- Camp location: Level Road School House