Summer break is coming soon, and what better way to keep your child’s mind active than by registering them for a hands-on summer science camp! Continue reading to learn more about the exciting activities for kids at the Discovery, Explorer, and Scholar Camps.
The Scientific Education and Research Foundation (SERF) will offer three summer science day camps for elementary, middle school, and high school students. Each session will be run from Tuesday-Friday from 9 a.m.-4. at the Rocky Mountain Education Center in Thornton.
The Discovery Camp for second to fifth graders will run from June 21-24. Children will learn about biology, anatomy, animals, and space through fun, hands-on activities. The focus will be on expanding students’ knowledge and stimulating their imaginations.
The Explorer Camp for sixth to eighth graders will run from July 5-8. This session will feature hands-on activities designed to entertain pre-teens, particularly those interested in science.
The Scholar Camp for ninth to 12th-grade high school students will be held from July 26-29. It is designed for students who want to gain more knowledge of the medical field and human anatomy. The student will develop new skills, such as suturing, in the center’s cadaver lab. Topics related to microbiology and chemistry, among others, will be included.
The cost is $350 per participant with discounts for multiple children. Scholarships are also available for qualified students.