FUN & LEARN SERIES

Level 2 (ages 6-8)

All camps run Mon. –  Fri., 12:00-1:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Price: $150

June 7-11  |  Course B-1

PLANTS, ANIMALS & BIRDS (Advanced)  4 Spots Left

Would you rather be a plant, an animal, or a bird? In this one-week exciting tour of plants, animals, and birds, students will learn to identify specific species of plants, herbs, mammals, birds, reptiles, worms, etc. They will also learn how our ecosystem works and what it needs to stay balanced. Students will be provided a kit for plant growth and will do their own experiments, make observations and report their findings.  A must for a budding biologist or a scientist (kit included).

June 14-18  |  Course B-2

BEYOND OUR SOLAR SYSTEM  5 Spots Left

Do you ever wonder what is beyond our planet Earth? If you were ever curious, this is the class for you. We will learn about our solar system. Students will be provided a kit and they will build their own model of the solar system. There are multiple activities planned so that the students can learn together as a virtual team and have fun at the same time. A must for a budding astronaut or an astronomer (kit included).

June 21-25  |  Course B-3

WHO'S THE BOSS–BRAIN OR HEART? (Advanced)  5 Spots Left

Who’s the boss – Brain or Heart? Ever wonder if it is your brain or heart that makes your hands and legs work? In this exciting one-week course, students will learn the basic functioning of the brain, heart, lungs, stomach, and circulatory system. They will also learn about how the brain manages various systems to help the body function at its best and in harmony.  This will generate enough curiosity for future doctors and surgeons.

June 28 – July 2  |  Course B-4

GET OVER YOUR PUBLIC SPEAKING JITTERS(Junior)5 Spots Left

Do you get anxious when you have to speak in front of your class?  Do you have jitters when you have to give a presentation? Communication is an important component of your personal as well as professional life. Developing public speaking skills is especially important to be successful in high school, college, and beyond. Public speaking skills can be learned and mastered by practice. Join us to learn these important skills and build confidence!

July 12-16  |  Course B-5

GETTING TO KNOW MICROSOFT (Junior)  5 Spots Left

Proficiency in Microsoft Office is one of the important skills students need as they go to middle and high school. It is never too early to start learning basic functionality that will help them excel, PUN INTENDED – LOL :)

July 19-23  |  Course B-6

DO YOU WANT TO BE A SCIENTIST? (Junior)  5 Spots Left

Basic elemental science helps us learn and understand the world around us. Students will learn how to use science to understand our surroundings and interpret them. They also learn how scientists use evidence to make observations and draw conclusions based on the data.  Join us to learn the fundamentals of physics, chemistry, and biology. We will discuss how to collect data, make observations and analyze them. This course will generate interest for future careers in Science and Engineering.  

July 26-30  |  Course B-7

WONDERS OF THE WORLD (Advanced)  5 Spots Left

Do you get questions such as, "Who built the pyramids?" If yes, this is certainly a course for that curious kid. Man-made wonders of the world are amazing monuments that make us wonder, how did they build them? Without any modern cranes and machines, how did they design them so precisely that these monuments still stand tall? We will take a virtual tour of the Great Wall of China, the Pyramids in Egypt, the Taj Mahal in India, the Leaning Tower in Italy, and much more. Get your passports & visas ready!

Aug. 2-6  |  Course B-8

BUILD A HEALTHY BODY & MIND (Advanced)  5 Spots Left

Good habits for a healthy body and mind should start early in life. Kids need to learn that physical activity is needed to build strong bones, muscle strength, coordination, and confidence! Research has proven that kids who start early with healthy habits tend to maintain good health and overall happiness in their adulthood. Health and fitness are also strongly linked to academic success.