Camp Invention, a summer day camp full of “real world” challenges with a fun twist, is returning this summer to Southern Wesleyan University.
In partnership with Invent Now Kids, Southern Wesleyan University is offering the nationally-acclaimed, week-long camp for children entering grades one through six, beginning June 17 and running through June 21 on the university’s campus in Central.
This summer day camp will immerse children in imaginative play that reinforces and supplements school year learning through inquiry-based activities in science, technology, engineering and math.
Camp Invention offers hands-on activities where children will learn about subjects ranging from ecology to technology. In “Saving Sludge City,” participants will “green up” a contaminated wasteland and rebuild an eco-friendly city. Also, participants will set sail to the magnificent island of Magnetropolis and explore the power of magnetism. In “Lost Treasure,” participants will build a shelter, navigate a volcano, decode a message and find the lost treasure. In “Power’d,” participants will bring a motorized creature to life in a secret lab.
For details, contact Lavinia Anderson by emailing email@example.com. The registration fee includes a Camp Invention T-shirt. Availability is limited, so visit www.campinvention.org or call 800-968-4332 to reserve your child’s spot.
Camp Invention is made possible through partnerships with Duke Energy, Motorola Solutions Foundation, Nordson, Dow Corning Foundation, AIPLA, Livingston and Haven, the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Invent Now Endowment.
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