Parents of upcoming fifth, sixth and seventh graders can register their students now for the Science Explorer Camp conducted by the American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge.
AMSE educators will lead campers in a variety of science themed activities plus a tour of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and special presentations by ORNL researchers during the two weekly sessions offered June 10-14 and June 17-21 from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Cost for the week of camp for AMSE members is $150 and non-members is $175.
Both one-week camp sessions, scheduled Monday through Friday, will be held at the Freels Bend Cabin site, where campers will study insects, habitats, water, life science, weather, geology, and fossils. Campers will also do activities and projects with flight, electricity, and robots.
To register for AMSE’s Science Explorer Camp go to www.amse.org or come by AMSE and get a camp flyer.