“Where On Earth Is Gondwanaland?” Science 4th – 7th Grades Camp (July 19 – July 22, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)


“Where On Earth Is Gondwanaland?” Science Intermediate Grades Camp
July 19 – July 22
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

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We are excited to offer our “Where On Earth Is Gondwanaland”? Science Camp for students in 4th – 7th grade! The camp will focus on the curriculum for grades 5 and 6 so this camp can be fun new information, information your student will be learning in the coming year, or a great review from last year!
July 19th – July 22nd, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm!

After traveling to the stars with our Mad Science NASA camp from July 12 – July 15, we’re landing back on earth to explore the planet!

On our first day back on earth, a review of our stellar exploration is in order! We will have traveled and seen the inner and outer planets, identifying each of them along with the sun and the moon! We will also discuss the difference between rotation and revelation! The perfect wrap-up of astronomy for those entering 5th and 6th grade in the fall!

Days 2 through 4, we explore our planet! So many questions to answer! How do gravitation, magnetism, and friction affect things on earth? What about the difference between speed, velocity, and acceleration? Once we know the forces that get us around this planet, we’ll be off to study the formation of rocks then classify them. We’ll discuss how wind, water, and ice change the Earth’s surface. ¬†Looking closer at the surface, we’ll identify rocks and minerals based on their physical properties. Last but not least, what energy resources are found in our planet? So much to learn about the planet!

This is a great camp for learning new science information or reviewing what was learned last year!


































































































































































































































































































































































































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