Both of these camps are offered as half-day week-long camps. They are available at all locations in Cleveland and Cincinnati, learning science and engineering concepts and principles through hands-on lessons and labs.
Each program maintains Classroom Antics Advantage of small class sizes (12 kids maximum) and materials for every child to create and learn. Computers are not necessary, and therefore are not used in these two new programs.
In Amazing Architects Engineering Camp, kids learn what it means to be an Architectural Engineer. Through hands-on activities, campers develop a city, build skyscrapers, model suspension bridges, and environmentally-friendly cars. Projects will model different structures, all the way from ancient Egyptian pyramids to modern houses. Then, kids take to the skies and learn about planes – how they work, how they’re designed, and how to make them fly faster and longer.
In Olympic Science Camp, kids learn about the work sports scientists do to both protect athletes and improve their performance at all levels of competition. Campers conduct hands-on activities to learn how the brain controls our movements, design protective equipment, and gain a better understanding of how science plays into playing sports at the Olympic level.
This science camp will make watching the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo even more exciting.