Science Wonderland Camp (Mon. 12/21 – Wed. 12/23)
When: Monday, Dec 21 until Wednesday, Dec. 23
Time: From 9:00am until 4:00pm (early drop off is available for extra $10)
Children: 5 to 12 (Children may be grouped according to their age and level of knowledge. All levels of knowledge are welcome)
Lunch: Children need to bring a packed lunch and mid session snacks and drinks (No nuts, and no food sharing please)
Your child will learn and make new friends in this week long camp. He/she will participate in exciting and fun enriching science activities led by a team of dedicated instructors. Click HERE to view what your child typical day looks like.
The first rule in any of our camps is having FUN. Our goal is to inspire the love of science through FUN and engaging activities. Every day, your child will learn from exciting demonstrations, engage in hands-on experiments, and make new friends. He/she will participate in exciting and fun enriching science activities led by a team of dedicated instructors. Click HERE to view what your child typical day looks like
PLEASE NOTE: TOPICS/ORDER OF ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
December – Science Wonderland (3- day Camp)
Day 1> Code in Motion (BYOD – Bring Your Own Device)
We start the day by an introduction to Robotics, and what the world would be like without these machines. We examine different concepts and terms related to computer coding, and learn how to write simple computer codes.
We finish the morning workshop by introducing participants to blockly coding. Participants will learn about the fundamentals of the blockly language including its syntax. Working in teams, we apply our knowledge in designing a simple project. Children will also make sprites that would be sent to space.
We continue our science wonderland activities by working in teams to investigate the science behind crystals. We create beautiful snowflakes crystals, while learning about the chemistry of catalytic decomposition.
Finally,we learn about the four different seasons, and examine weather around the world. We design simple experiments to help residents of Antarctica keep warm. Participants will learn and integrate concepts from electronic, circuitry and conductivity to make personal wearable circuits.
Day 2> Santa helpers
We transform ourselves into engineers, and learn some aspects of construction. We demonstrate our skills by building a crane, a mover, and other simple machines that make life livable for others, especially for Santa Claus, who has a lot of presents to deliver to children on his “nice list”
‘Tis the season of Lights > Santa needs your help. We examine the properties of light on this day. We light up the roads for santa using a fruity battery.Then,
We transform into little Picassos brimming with creative ideas. We design and create beautiful Christmas cards to all the nice folks on out list.
Day 3> Colorful Christmas
We start this session by learning about colors. We learn about primary, secondary and tertiary colors. We create a color wheel to take home. We continue the day by learning about rainbows by making some fantastic rainbow papers.
Let’s learn about the Magnus effect, can objects fly in the air, even when they do not have wings? Should we ask Santa? Oh yeah!
Who stole all the gifts we bought for the Cre8ive Zone robot? – let’s find out using forensics. Children will learn about forensics in this fun activity.
We end our camp by making some crystal santa SLIME because ’tis the season to be merry.
Discounts:(Only one discount may be applied per transaction)
Early booking discount – Get 12% off regular price
Multiple booking discounts – Get 10% off when you book more than 1week
Multiple booking discounts – Get 10% off the second sibling when you book more than 1 child
Multiple booking discounts – Get 10% off for active military