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Summer Camp 2020
 
Camps are half day sessions in the morning or afternoon. Campers do different activities each week in so you can sign up for more than one camp.  Coding camps are guided by the interest of each camper; they may choose to work on their own project over the week or work on a team. 
 
CAMPSITES:
University School of Nashville
Harpeth Hall
 

Harpeth Hall 

STEM Design Inspired by Nature

Rising 4th – 6th grades

Week 2: June 8 – 12

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

$225

Did you know that watching birds fly, sharks swim, fireflies’ glow, and spiders build webs has led to amazing discoveries that engineers use to make life better? Biomimicry studies the unique characteristics of animals and plants to learn how to create new or improved product designs. Each day campers will explore one example from nature and use that knowledge to inspire NEW ideas. They will use nature to inspire art, explore bioluminescence, design

a better wing, use chemistry to mix new adhesives and much more! Camp taught by Kids Create Code instructor Sharon Mendonsa.

 
SCRATCH CODING Techno Tales

Rising 3rd – 6th grades

Week 3: June 15 – 19

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

$225

 

Explore your creative side using art, writing, graphic design and computer coding to tell unique stories that come to life using Scratch 3.0. Each day girls will create the characters, settings and action for a digital story starter or game story starter. What will happen in your “Once upon a time”? Camp taught by Kids Create Code instructor Sharon Mendonsa.

University School of Nashville

STEM Nature Camp for Girls (4 - 6)
July 6 - 10
8 AM TO 11:30 AM

$225.00


Did you know that watching birds fly, sharks swim, fireflies’ glow, and spiders build webs has led to amazing discoveries that engineers use to make life better? Biomimicry studies the amazing characteristics of animals and plants to learn how to create new or improved product designs. Each day we explore one example from nature and use that knowledge to inspire NEW ideas involving art, chemistry, design, and much more!

Instructors: Sharon Mendonsa