Thursday, March 19, 2009

2009 Summer Math and Science Camps

Math Pionneers

The 5th Annual
Math & Science Camps

Located at Church in the City/Beth Abraham
16th & Gaylord (near Colfax & Josephine)

June 13 - July 31, 2009 (Levels K – 8th grade)**
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Hey Kids!
You can: create 3-D geometric art, create and crack secret codes, bend light, create
different colored flames, make a two-foot tornado, see a mini lightning bolt, create a
bridge out of spaghetti that can hold a sack of flour, make a large dome out of
gumdrops, race solar cars, save an egg in the “Egg Drop,” and more!

Week 1: July 13 – July 17 Rockets & Flying Things
flight (lift, drag, etc.), rockets, parabolic motion, insects, basic trigonometry, etc.

Week 2: July 20 – July 24 City Builders
Engineering, gum drop domes, spaghetti bridges, trebuchets, electricity, structure of human body, etc.

Week 3: July 27 – July 31 Disaster Zone/Alien Life (Meteorology/Astronomy)
Modeling Tornadoes, volcanoes, & other disasters; water cycle; ocean life; finding life in the universe, light & sound labs, etc.

Schedule is subject to change.

** Levels K-8 (students are placed according to level, not age; preschoolers
capable of working on a Kindergarten level may also sign up)

Cost: $200/week. Scholarships available!

$20 registration fee.

Questions? Call Jenna Lin @ (303) 224 – 0584 or email