Spring Camp- April 8th-12th 2019
1) Lego Robotics - Provided by Star Kids Academy
Theme - SUMO And Battle Bots! (Grades 3-6)
In this fast paced camp track mission, students build various battle robots and compete with their creations in an epic week of robot wars! Kids will be able to build different types of Battle Bots as well as SUMO bots and compete with programming as well as control. This track uses proprietary building plans made from some of the best Lego engineers in the world, yet leaves much room for individual creativity and building skills. SUMO competitions follow strict SUMO competition guidelines as outlined in SuGObot rules and regulations.
CAMP M-F: 9:30AM - 12:30PM
MORNING CARE AVAILABLE M-F 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Free
EXTENDED CARE AVAILABLE M-F 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM ($75), 12:30 - 6:15 PM ($125)
REGISTER : https://www.starkidsafterschool.org/register
2) Fusion Camp
M-F: 8:30AM - 4:00PM
Extended Camp 4:00 PM - 6:15PM, $50
Actual activities are divided based on the age group.
Monday: Lego Science Challenge Day
Incorporate science, technology, engineering and math concept using LEGO. The idea is not only to have fun but also to spark kids imagination by giving them different challenges, thereby learning problem solving skills and teamwork.
Tuesday: Shark Day
Integrating shark-related activities during a Shark themed day, be it Shark the fish, Michael Phelps racing sharks now or Sharks vs. Jets
Wednesday: Slime Day
Are you fascinated by slime? On this day, we will make a variety of different types of slime. Some will be stretchy, some will be bouncy, some will be fluffy and some will even glow in the dark. We will also explore the chemistry of polymers and why slime behaves the way it does.
Thursday: Wonders of the world
Travel the globe and discover some of the world’s most amazing places! We’ll uncover the secrets of the ancient world, learn about incredible inventions, technology and architecture. We'll make a model of the 7 wonders of the world.
Friday: Your State Day
It will provide kids with a chance to explore new places away from home. But sometimes, that adventure doesn’t get much further than camp’s welcome gate. Why not bring your state to them? Take campers on a tour of the sights, sounds and oddities of the state you call home.