2018 Summer Camps
A brand new building, and some brand new Summer Camps along with the popular favorites like Robotics & Camp Invention.
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June 11th – 15thCreate a spaceship as a craft with sticks, foil, paint, paper, and beads. Alien Hunt— Counselors dress up as aliens and send the Space Frontiers (campers) in search of the aliens that have specific Intel on this new planet. Stargazing in our Digital Planetarium. Build rockets and have a ROCKET launch.
Mod My Mini Mansion™—Children receive small boxes to build their house’s structure, then get to work on designing their smart home, inside and out. At the end of the program, children bring home their model home filled with smart ideas!
Optibot™—Children explore sensors by experimenting with their own Optibot —a small driving bot that senses changes in dark and light surfaces. Land, sea and air vehicles inspire children to consider their surroundings so that they can design a futuristic vehicle that might one day be a reality.
Robotic Pet Vet™—Children become robotic pet veterinarians and receive a robotic dog they get to personalize and bring home. Participants diagnose puppy problems and design and build dog parks as they hammer out their ideas for the best dog park attraction.
July 16th -20th
This course is designed for students who can read and have no prior programming experience. In this course, students will create programs to solve problems and develop interactive games or stories they can share. Students will delve into programming topics and work on complex problems using online as well as off-line activities.
July 9th -13th
Activities, anatomy, and heart rates are just some of the activities you will investigate. How does my body work? Learn the science behind running faster and jumping farther. Examine the effects of science on sports such as football, track, volleyball, golf and more. 1st – 8th grade will enjoy a field trip to Camp Eberhart.
July 5th – 6th
The Case of the Missing Meat — On the morning of Monday, July 5th, 2018 Dee Dee, Special Projects Coordinator at ETHOS Science Center, came to work and noticed the meat for today’s lunch was missing … Crime Scene Investigation needs your help!
All Cooked Up — Bring your apron and taste buds. Science takes center stage as you discover what cooking and chemistry have in common. Learn about our sense of taste while creating dishes designed to make your taste buds go crazy!