Area pupils have the chance to attend a week-long adventure in science creativity during Camp Invention at Wintersville Elementary School.
The camp will be held from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. June 13-17, and pupils will have the chance to learn fun science projects during the summer months. The camp serves as a creative outlet for children to explore the unknown, tinker with ideas and satisfy their natural sense of curiosity, said Carrollton school teacher Kay Russell, director of the program.
Each day is set with a different activity for the pupils, with the chance to take apart an appliance during the last day of camp.
The camp is offered to pupils in grades first through sixth, and the price is $200 per child. However, those who register before March 30 will receive $25 off. The promo code is READ. Visit www.campinvention.org for more information. The camp also is offered to pupils throughout Jefferson County.
This is a wonderful opportunity for the pupils to embrace their inner scientist during the summer months. The program will let them use their imagination to create and learn about the unknown. This offers a great chance for pupils to learn to love science and appreciate what it offers to society.