2017 Fall and Winter Day Camps
School's out, but we're open! Send us your curious young scientists and we'll teach them about special topics for the day throughout the Fall and Winter months.
November 10: Backyard Oregon
It might be getting colder, but there is never a wrong time to appreciate our very own natural habitat: Oregon. Campers in November will explore the web of life, dissect owl pellets, and learn to identify native plants. Campers will imagine how they would survive without today's technology, and learn about the survival tactics of indigenous peoples of Oregon. Bring your rain coat and your boots: weather permitting we'll be going on an outdoor adventure. (Instructors: Craig Lamm: Grades K-2; Ash Friend: Grades 3-5)
January 26: Dr. Frankenstein's Lab
In Dr. Frankenstein's Lab we'll learn all about how our bodies work. How do we convert our food into energy? How do our organs work together to keep us alive? Campers will spend the day exploring Bio-Mechanics and hands on engineering projects inspired by our anatomy. (Instructors TBA)
February 19: Future World: Engineering Science Fiction
What is your dream of the future? Come to ScienceWorks and make that dream a reality. In February, campers will learn about the ways science fiction and story telling have shaped the technology of today. They will tell their own stories and bring them to life using stop motion animation -- the same way our favorite monster movies we made. (Instructors TBA)
Day Camps are 9am-3pm
Extended Care: available 1 hour before and after camp.
Non-Member : $55/day, $150 set of 3 Fall/Winter Day Camps
Member: $50/day, $135 set of 3 Fall/Winter Day Camps
After Care: $5 each for AM & PM
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