Summer Camps 2016
New Leaf Day Camp with Leah and Cindy
Four sessions: 8:30am – 3:30pm daily
Summer fun at EAC! Come and enjoy days filled with exploring nature, art, cooking, and gardening. Be prepared for water play as we fully embrace the gifts of summer. For children ages 3 through 6. (Children must be toilet trained and turn 3 by July 1, 2016.)
Register for Tuesday through Friday, July 5th – 8th session ($240)
Register for Monday through Friday, July 11th – 15th ($300)
Register for Monday through Friday, July 18th – 22nd ($300)
Register for Monday through Friday, July 25th – 29th ($300)
‘Scratch’ Camp with Deb Adams
One session: Tuesday through Friday, July 5th – 8th, 8:30am – 12:00pm
Using Scratch, a computer programming language developed at the MIT Media Lab to enable students to be creative with computers, your child will learn how to program their very own unique games, animations and interactive stories. This camp is a fun way to introduce younger students to the building-blocks and foundation of programming while tapping into their imagination.
No previous programming experience is required. For more information on Scratch, please visit http://scratch.mit.edu
For returning student ages 7 – 11 with permission of instructor. Maximum enrollment 8 (minimum 6 students).
More ‘Scratch’ Camp with Deb Adams
One session: Monday through Friday, July 11th – 15th, 8:30am – 12:00pm
Take your programming to the next level! Using a Scratch-based program and Arduino, students will control and interact with an mBot (a Makeblock STEM robot for kids) and the physical world. They will work individually and in pairs to solve specific problems or tasks. Learn by playing! All you need is your imagination and some previous Scratch experience!
For returning students with permission of instructor. Maximum enrollment 8 (minimum 6 students).
Science Camp with Scott Daigler
One session: Monday through Friday, July 11th – 15th, 8:30am – 3:30pm
Enjoy a week of summer science with a focus on outdoor exploration of the Five Kingdoms of biology and “kitchen sink” science. Areas of study will include field study of insects, and aquatic pond life. We will investigate solar and wind energy and composting. We will experiment making different kinds of food with kitchen science. Learn by experimenting, building and enjoying outdoor life!
For returning students ages 6 to 12. Maximum enrollment 10 (minimum 5 students)