Week 1

Jun 26 – Jun 30

Space Explorers

Space is always an exciting topic for our young scientists. We will start this week with the big bang theory, preforming activities to understand how the universe was born. The children will build models of solar systems and do research on planets, presenting it to the group. We will end our session with the topic of Earth and how we can protect our own planet.


Week 2

Jul 3 – Jul 7

Mechanics Of Human Body

Human body is a fascinating machine. In this camp, we will study how all the parts of our body come together to form one robust machine. We will learn about the internal systems of our body, like the nervous system and digestive system. We will also do some hands on activities to measure the energy spent when we move fast, measuring our heart beat with a stethoscope. We will also learn some ways to keep our own human machines in  good condition. We will learn about the importance of good nutrition and exercise for a healthy life. 


Week 3

Jul 10 – Jul 14

Budding Detectives

Have you ever wondered about the science behind the work of detectives? This camp will give our students the feeling of being a detective. A scenario will be set up in the classroom, and the students will be challenged to solve the mystery. We will go over the clue collection and analysis to narrow down and find the solution. The students will even be able to write letters with invisible ink, and create their own cipher code.


Week 4

Jul 17 – Jul 21

Magic Magnets

We are going to learn everything about magnets in this week. We’ll learn through hands on activities, covering magnetic poles, magnetic fields, the uses of magnets, magnetism in space, and magnetic poles. We will end our unit with a fun activity; making our own magnetic slime!


Week 5

Jul 24 – Jul 28

Science Behind  Paper Mache

Bring out the artist in you! Learn the science behind making paper mache art. In this camp we will make tissue paper flowers and paper mache vase to make a beautiful flower vase.  Each child will take home their own creation at the end of the week.


Week 6

Jul 31 – Aug 4

Rocket Science

Rockets are fascinating subject for all our students. How about building their own rocket and launching it? This camp will give them the opportunity to do just that. They will learn about gravity, lift, thrust, drag, and air pressure. They’ll perform experiments on air pressure and gyroscopes. The session ends with launching their own rockets!


Week 7

Aug 7 – Aug 11

Digging Dinosaurs

How do we know dinosaurs
walked on earth about 230 million years ago? Our scientists are going to work as paleontologists to discover the same. We will understand how paleontologists can reconstruct the dinosaurs and help us understand how they looked and lived. Children will dig carefully as paleontologists and reconstruct the bones. We will also learn about Pangaea, and how our world has changed between now and then, as well as the causes of the extinction of dinosaurs. Our students will work on models and presentations.


Week 8

Aug 14 – Aug 18

Science Of Baking Cookies

Do you like your cookies soft and thin or crisp and chewy? How do you like your cookies decorated? baking cookies is both an art and science. In this camp we work with students to learn how changing the proportion of the ingredients changes the end product. We also work on decorating our cookies and learn techniques. We get to take our baked cookies home at the end of the day!


Week 9

Aug 21 – Aug 25

Science Of Baking Cupcakes

Without science there are no cupcakes. In this camp our students work with different ingredients and understand why its important to get the right measurements to get the desired chemical reactions. And of course we get to enjoy our cupcakes as well!


Week 10

Aug 28 – Sep 1

Cool Chemistry

Our final week is going to be a fun week. We are going to do a chemistry experiment each day of the week. We will do the following projects on each day of the week – acids and bases: cabbage juice PH solution, lava lamps, magic balloons, crystal name puzzles, and homemade hand warmers. All our students will work on their experiments and take home their work.