Club Scikidz

 

One-week sessions
Options available for preschoolers through rising 6th graders

Little Robot Engineer
June 29–July 2 CANCELED
9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
$352
Boys and girls, rising 1st through 3rd graders

What to bring: Lunch with a drink, snack, wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty (no open-toe shoes or flip-flops), sunscreen labeled with name
Arrival/dismissal zone: Red

This camp is an introduction into the world of robotics. Campers will learn about the six simple machines and how they are incorporated into more complex machines. Campers will also learn about circuits and power sources as they build our “Mars-like” RC Rover. The radio-controlled RC Rover is capable of performing 23 experiments and activities. Campers will also have fun constructing our Art Bot. Campers will be able to take home the robot they build for ours of fun after the camp week has finished!


Emergency Vet
July 13–17 WAITLIST
9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
$440
Boys and girls, rising 4th through 6th graders

What to bring: Lunch with a drink, snack, wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty (no open-toe shoes or flip-flops), sunscreen labeled with name
Arrival/dismissal zone: Red

This camp is a camper’s ticket to the world of Veterinary Medicine. Lessons will give campers the opportunity to look into the real and exciting field of Veterinary Medicine. Campers will meet practitioners* in the field and be involved with several hands-on experiments including learning suturing techniques and how to use a syringe! We will be featuring our CPR Dog for the first time in this camp and there is also a unit on dog training. Each camper will receive his or her very own medical kit! Campers will also be involved in three dissection activities: Sheep Heart, Owl Pellet, and Crayfish. This is a camp your aspiring vet will not want to miss!

Sample Workshop Topics: Animal Behavior, Clinical Procedures, Preparation for a Career in Veterinary Medicine, First Aid, Dentistry Care, Diseases and Parasites, Entomology, Microscopy, and Anatomy.

*Please note we do our best to schedule professionals for this camp, but we are often subject to their busy schedules. Sometimes there are cancellations. When that happens we have alternate activities for the campers.


Young Physician
July 27–31 WAITLIST
9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
$440
Boys and girls, rising 1st through 3rd graders

What to bring: Lunch with a drink, snack, wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty (no open-toe shoes or flip-flops), sunscreen labeled with name
Arrival/dismissal zone: Red   

Make NO bones about it; this camp is for the aspiring “Young Physician”. Campers will learn that their bodies are miles of blood vessels, hundreds of muscles, many thousands of hairs, a furnace, a filter, AND a fancy computer! Your Young Physician will really have a pulse on the human body with this camp! Campers receive their own stethoscope and percussion hammer. If there is a future doctor in your house-this is the camp for them!

Sample Projects: Build a Lung Model, Test for Germs, Build a Spinal Column, Skin Prints, and Experiments in Anatomy and Physiology.


Lil’ Space Explorer
August 3–7 WAITLIST
9:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
Boys and girls, preschoolers through rising kindergarteners
$225

What to bring: Snack, wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty (no open-toe shoes or flip-flops), sunscreen labeled with name
Arrival/dismissal zone: Yellow

Kids of all ages love space! We all remember watching the launch of space rockets from NASA, the first steps by man on the moon, watching astronauts float in zero gravity and of course those bulky but futuristic spacesuits. Campers will become astronauts in training as they learn about and participate in hands-on activities about the sun, moon, planets, and the life of an astronaut.

Sample projects: Making Moon Sand, Fizzing Planets, Creating a Galaxy, and Astronaut Obstacle Course.


Jurassic
August 3–7 WAITLIST
1–3:30 p.m.
Boys and girls, preschoolers through rising kindergarteners
$225

What to bring: Snack, wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty (no open-toe shoes or flip-flops), sunscreen labeled with name
Arrival/dismissal zone: Yellow

Dinosaurs may be extinct, but they are very much alive in Camp Jurassic. Campers learn about a variety of dinosaurs and their habitats. Rocks, minerals and fossils are studied along with a variety of related projects. Special emphasis is placed on observation, inference, data collection, and just plain old fun! This is Geology 101!

Sample Projects: Dinosaur Model, Pan for Gems and Minerals, Build a Volcano, Cast a Sea Shell Fossil, and Dinosaur Dig.


Lil’ Space Explorer & Jurassic
August 3–7 WAITLIST
9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Boys and girls, preschoolers through rising kindergarteners
$440

What to bring: Lunch with a drink, snacks, wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty (no open-toe shoes or flip-flops), sunscreen labeled with name
Arrival/dismissal zone: Yellow


Company bio: Club SciKidz, was founded on the principle that parents want to provide their children with exciting, challenging, and life-impacting academic enrichment experiences. The company is committed to demonstrating how science works in the real world by providing activities in veterinary medicine, robotics, forensics, video game creation, food science, paleontology, engineering, chemistry and biology, astronomy, oceanography, emergency medicine and special effects. Carefully researched science lessons help engage students in observation, measurement, identification of properties, and experimentation involving life, earth, and physical science concepts. The units are rigorously researched by science educators with the help of teachers and children. The results are lessons that students enjoy and genuinely learn from. Visit clubscikidzmd.com for more information.

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Landon Summer at Landon School inspires boys and girls to build their confidence and explore their passions in a vibrant, nurturing camp environment that emphasizes community, discovery, independence, and fun.
6101 Wilson Lane  /  
Bethesda, MD 20817
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Established in 1935, Landon Summer at Landon School offers traditional day camps and specialized programs for boys and girls, ages 3 1/2 - 17.

 

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