STEMful invites you to our 2018 summer of STEM! STEMful summer camps draw on popular myths and literary characters to inspire curiosity for lifelong learning, while building the skills needed to solve problems and innovate solutions. Weekly narratives tie into a larger monthly themes making content relatable while challenging kids to look at familiar stories in a new way.
Age Requirement and Camp Time
- Preschoolers Camps: 3.5 up to 5 years old are from 9:00am-1:00pm
- Child MUST be 3.5 years old by the time she/he is enrolled in our summer camp and MUST be potty-trained.
- Elementary Age Camps: 5 – 10 years old are from 9:00am-3:00pm
- Child MUST be 5 years of age by the time she/he is enrolled in our summer camp.
Heroes and Villains
In June, Heroes and Villains will take center stage as we study amazing animal adaptations, examine exotic plants from Wonder Woman’s Homeland, and create our own superhero identities.
What are the myths around heros and their victories? How do heros accomplish their epic feats? Whatever the answers, kids love superheros! Pulling inspiration from nature, kids will create their own superhero identities, study unique and amazing animal adaptations, or build understanding of the periodic table.
June 7-8 Elemental Superheros
June 11-15: Amazing Animals
June 18-22: Marine Superheroes
June 25-29: Extreme Weather
July 2-6: Super Girls (no 7/4)
Adventures in Wonderland
In July, campers will tumble down the rabbit hole for a new adventure in Wonderland.Whether the Queen of Hearts inspires a card game that teaches math , or The Mad Hatter invites you to sound design an Unbirthday Scene, kids will to look at this classic tale in a new way.
7/9-7/13: Down the Rabbit hole
7/16-7/20: Curiouser and Curiouser
7/23-7/27: The Mad Tea party
7/30-8/3: The Queen of Hearts and the Croquet Garden
Mysteries and Mayhem
In August, campers will don their detective caps and solve a case that requires exploring new technology and delving into hands on experiments. Whether you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes or Nancy Drew, Mysteries and Mayhem month promises to be full of surprises.
“When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth!” once said Sherlock Holmes. This month learners will become detectives, using clues to solve mysteries and learn about STEM. We’ll pull inspiration from our favorite fictional detectives, employ scientific inquiry, explore the use of technological tools, and experiments to solve the case!
8/6-8/10: Sam Spade
8/13-8/17: Nancy Drew
8/20-8/24: Sherlock Holmes
8/27-8/31: Hardy Boys