Two Science Day Camps at Camp Sagemont 2014
As a science teacher who loves the ocean, Erin McCormick shares her passion for the world’s oceans. In her spare time, she enjoys scuba diving, snorkeling, and paddle boarding and shares these experiences with her students and campers.
In addition, to the fun activities at Camp Sagemont, campers will participate in field trips to explore the ocean through snorkeling, Miami Seaquarium, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, and the Smithsonian Marine Center in Ft. Pierce where campers will learn about the ocean’s different habitats and observe several aquarium displays and a touch tank where campers can meet some of our local sea creatures.
Campers will round out their Marine Science Camp with a Costal Excursion at John Lloyd Park. By the end of the four weeks campers will possess the knowledge and skills to live as a fully rounded steward of the ocean.
Camp Sagemont’s other Science Camp will offer science fun like no other with Brad Culbertson who prides himself on project-based learning. His projects have been featured in TC Palm newspaper and US News and World Report. Imagination and science are the greatest combination of human knowledge and creativity. Each project curriculum is designed around what kids enjoy.
Your child will come home each day excited about what she/he learned! Designing their own organisms, discovering the disgusting secrets of the human body, exploring the science of CSI, and much more! The Museum of Science and Discovery will host several trips over the course of our four weeks. Get ready for some really challenging and exciting science!
Who: Students entering 3rd through 8th grade
When: Two four week sessions; Marine Science Camp from June 9 through July 3, 2014 and Science Camp from July 7 through August 1, 2014.
Where: Camp Sagemont 1570 Sagemont Way Weston, FL 33326