2018 STEM Challenge Kids Science Camp
Brought to you by: STEM Challenge Initiative, Teknor Apex, Indian Education Programs of Franklin County, Liquid Measurement Systems, Med Associates, Catamount Kids, and the St. Albans Museum
Check out our first STEM Kid’s Science Camp! This camp will be a great way to encourage young budding scientists by providing opportunities for hands-on learning in a fun atmosphere. It’s great for home schoolers, public school students and private school students.
Dates: Friday March 9, 2018 – Learn To Solder Click Here to see photos of the event on our Facebook Page!
Friday March 16, 2018 – Learning about Density Click Here to see photos of this session on our Facebook Page!
Friday March 23, 2018 – Polymer Chemistry Click Here to see photos of this session on our Facebook Page!
Friday March 30, 2018 – Learning About DNA Click Here to see photos of this session on our Facebook Page!
Time: 6 PM to 8PM
Location: Bliss Room at the Saint Albans Museum
9 Church Street, St. Albans, Vermont 05478 (Click Here for Directions)
Cost: $100 per student, Class is designed for students in grades 3 and up. Scholarships are available from a generous grant from the Indian Education Programs of Franklin County.
- Covers registration fee for all four class dates
- Includes a T-shirt, water bottle, Family Passes to the Saint Albans Museum, and several projects worked on throughout the camp!
During the course of this four week workshop, we will cover the following topics selected from physics, chemistry, biology and engineering:
- Learning how to solder electronic circuit boards
- Learning about physical properties of matter, such as weight, mass, and density
- Learning about chemical reactions and chemical forces through the study of polymers
- Learning about biological inheritance, genetics and DNA
Students will have projects and worksheets to keep from every class session!
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to discuss with you.