NASHVILLE, TN — Join in with the youngsters and kids with big curiosity in the world of science on series of Nashville's Adventure Science Center: Science Goes to the Movies Camp, which starts on July 26 – 30. Participants will be introduced to how science works behind the process of movie productions, from sound effects to tricky camera angles in franchises like Jurassic Park, Star Wars, and more. Engage with other participants in active learning and collaborative science projects to put the science into practice. The camp is open for kindergartens to 6th graders.
Interested participants can register on the website.
It costs $350 for a full week of science summer camp. Participants can also apply Before Care and After Care service, which provides help for participants before and after the camp, Before Care runs from 7:30 am-9:00 am, while After Care runs from 4p.m. - 5:30p.m.
Please be noted that there will be a $15 additional fee for late-pickup after 5:30p.m. Before Care and After Care service costs $25 for nonmembers and $20 for members.
Nashville's Adventure Science Center has held a series of science summer camps from May 31 to August 13. This series enables participants, specifically kindergartens to 6th graders, to engage in subjects as engineering, chemistry, and physics, with several activities as explore the museum, watch planetarium shows and live science demonstrations, and participate in hands-on experiments and crafts while meeting new friends and fellow science enthusiasts. Prior to the Science Goes to the Movies Camp, there were several camp series already held as Earth Explorers, Behind the Scenes, Science, and Wizarding World of Science. Visit their website for upcoming camp themes.
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