SANTA ROSA SUMMER CAMP
Kidscience Adventures Summer Camp
Each day will be filled with science fun! We will see amazing demonstrations, then build a project to take home and enjoy. There will be many other projects to construct, and every day there will be a time dedicated to a Make It Studio where abundant materials will be available to design, then bring your ideas to life!
Staff: Camp Director, Mark Bradski, is a credentialed teacher and hands-on scienceproject STEM specialist. Plus help from local future scientists.
Ages: Grades 1–7 (Fall grade level)
Location: Bellevue Elementary School
Time: 9:30am–1pm, M–F
Questions: Mark Bradski (707) 793-2251
To Register: Call 707 543-3737 or online at:
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Sign up early to get the week you want, or sign up for more than one theme
Each week is unique and filled with many new adventures!
Explore electricity and magnetism as we work with different types of motors each day.
Build a simple motor that creates motion, and another that spins at high speed. Take a mini motor and turn it into a racer bot. Construct an elastic powered motor as well. Then we will enjoy science fun with other activities like rubber band shooters, mini rockets, make a battery and daily design studio with lots of materials to create with.
Tour of Science
This week we will build projects that illustrate a different aspect of Earth, Life and Physical Science.
Life science-build a plant maze and other interesting plant experiments to take home and observe.
Earth science, we will make mock fossils, volcanoes, geodes, and other rocky adventures.
Physical science, make a mini rocket, chemical reactions, and food science. Also, rubberband shooters, mini gravity cars, and design a science toy.
Physical science comes to life with projects that demonstrate energy at work
Gravity, build a zip line racer pulley system, then design and build a marble roller coaster.
Experiment with magnets, and make a magnetic science toy. Flight science, learn about wings, then design multiple types of flying devices.Make a robo-claw, a water powered grabber hand. Build simple machines, and explore how heat changes matter, plus work with dry ice to make tasty treats and other amazing projects each day.