Each summer, Science Camp proves to be one of our favorite weeks. Last week, our early childhood and elementary campers explored the world around them through hands on activities, observation, and experiments.
Our early childhood campers explored matter and created gak and playdough from scratch. They also studied space as they learned about the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the journey of the Mars rover Curiosity, and the lunar eclipse.
Throughout the week, our elementary campers studied chemistry, physics, and earth science. They explored oobleck, a non-Newtonian substance, and observed chemical reactions while making baking soda and vinegar volcanoes and elephant’s toothpaste. They dove into physics with lessons about color, density, and motion. They even created their own Rube Goldberg machine on the playground on Friday afternoon!
It’s not too late to register for the second half of summer! Check out all of our summer camp options at www.soundview.org/summer.