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Camp GRADES K-1

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$10 multi-session AND $10 sibling discounts

Hours of Camp:  9:00 am-3:45 pm
Campers must bring water, snack, and lunch.

Children attending 1st grade in the 2022-23 school year may attend camps in the Grades K-1 and Grades 1-3 age group.

Antioch Elementary School British International School
Jr. Chemist 6/27-30
Jr. Meteorologist 7/25-29
Jr. Paleontologist 7/11-15
Little Bot Programmer 6/20-23
Little Scientist 8/1-5
Toy Engineer 7/18-22
Terrific Scientific! - Camps

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Coding & Game Design

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*NEW* Little Bot Programmer

Cost: $245/4-day camp.Yes, 5 year-olds can learn to code through fun and engaging play! We use KIBO, Dash & Dot robots, and Puzzlets to introduce beginning programming to young children. Young campers learn the basics of coding, build and program our loveable robots with light, sound, sensors, and movement. They create characters in interactive games and stories using both on-screen and non-screen activities. By snapping together graphical programming blocks, campers can add voices and sounds and make their characters move, jump, dance and sing. Non-screen time includes programming with KIBO and Puzzlets and learning how circuitry works. Warning! Be prepared…your child will not want to leave camp at the end of each day!

6/20-23

Robotics & Engineering

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Toy Engineer

Cost: $300/5-day camp. Campers immerse themselves in our toy maker’s workshop as they engineer and design fun toys and games like a monocle, pocket rocket and paddle ball game. They’ll build, test and race their own wooden cars, learn about engineering and design basics as they build bridges and structures from KEVA blocks and other fun materials, understand how electricity works using snap circuits, discover why kaleidoscopes produce such beautiful colors, and take home the toys they make! Sir Isaac Newton never had this much fun!

7/18-22

Science

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Jr. Chemist!

Cost: $245/4-day camp. Explore the fun of chemistry with all that is ooey, gooey and just plain slimy! We have chosen our favorite chemistry activities from our stockpile of recipes and formulas to bring you the best of the best. Campers will love digging into and examining the results of these crazy chemical concoctions! Among the many wacky, wild and crazy concoctions, your Chemist will discover Blob Explosions, Funny Putty, Magic Bubble Paint, and Chewing Gum as well as learn the importance of measurement and sequencing while cleaning pennies and investigating candy chromatography.

6/27-30

*NEW* Jr. Meteorologist!

Cost: $300/5-day camp.Campers become weather experts for the week and discover why our weather changes! Your Meteorologist will measure and record rainfall, use a wind vane, build a weather station, harness the power of the sun, create a terrarium, make their own tornado, create “snow” and more! Campers will end the week demonstrating the three states of matter by making and eating some delicious ice cream. Before you know it, your Meteorologist will be reporting the weather on the 6 o’clock news!

7/25-29

Jr. Paleontologist!

Cost: $300/5-day camp. Campers explore the wondrous world of pre-historic creatures and fossils! Learn what life was like back when dinosaurs, giant reptiles and bugs ruled the earth. Campers will meet a variety of dinosaurs and learn about their habitats and food supply. Sample projects include building dinosaur models, panning for gems and minerals, building a volcano, casting a seashell “fossil”, and dinosaur egg dig. Special emphasis is placed on observation, inference, data collection, and just plain old fun!

7/11-15

Little Scientist!

Cost: $300/5-day camp. This fun camp offers an incredible collection of projects and experiments that will amuse and amaze your little scientist! Through hands-on activities, children will explore the basic scientific ideas that play a role in everyday life. Sample projects include: Rocketry, Glowing Firefly, Edible Oceans, Marshmallow Catapults, Growing Radish Head, and Beeswax Candle. Campers learn how the scientific method helps give us the answers to our many questions and introduces noteworthy scientists in an engaging and fun way.

8/1-5

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