- Nature's Wonders Camp
June 17, 2019 - June 21, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for a week of outdoor exploration as we learn about many of Nature’s Wonders. We will visit a local stream to see what we can learn about the water and what is in it, study native plant and animal species, learn about how to take care of our environment, and discover how we can be citizen scientist. This camp brings together curious kids who love to explore, discover, and study the natural world.
June 17th-21st, 9am – 12pm daily will be open to campers ages 4ish and up*. We will have multiple teachers, so campers will spend portions of the camp with other campers in their age group.
(The afternoon camp offered this same week, Kitchen Science Camp, will be from 1pm-4pm. Campers who sign up for both are invited to bring a sack lunch and will have a free bonus hour included from 12pm-1pm that includes Open Tinker Lab after lunch! Click here for more information about that camp.)
*Age ranges are recommended ages. if you have any questions, please reach out to Anna (email@example.com) and she’d be happy to help you determine if it makes sense for children outside that range.
Before participating in the first day of camp, students must return the signed Family Information Form, which will be emailed prior to the week of camp.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in an early drop-off at 8am or late pick-up at 5pm option. If there is interest from multiple families, we’ll contact all participants to offer the option for an additional fee.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed – If after the first day of camp, you decide this is not a great fit for your child, please contact Anna by phone or in person to discuss either a full refund or registration in another Collaboratory camp instead. Collaboratory reserves the right to cancel (with 100% refund) this session if enrollment is less than 6 kids. We believe strongly that one of the most important elements to learning at the Collaboratory is the collaboration and teamwork with other students. We want to ensure there are enough students to create a powerful team and to grow our thinking power!