7/18-7/22, 9 AM-1 PM, ages 5-8
Join us at camp this week as we put on our lab coats & safety goggles and learn about important scientific discoveries! We will start the week off learning the scientific method and then begin our experimenting with test tubes and microscopes! We will record our observations in our science journals, be up close and personal with our experiments, and learn from our hypothesis! Look out world, because some new discoveries could be made this week!
MEET THE CAMP EDUCATOR
Hello parents! I am SO excited to be teaching your children this week at summer camp!
A little bit about myself: I attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for my undergraduate studies. I graduated in May of 2017 and received my Bachelors Degree in History and my Secondary Licensure for Education. I started my teaching career at South Brunswick High School in Southport, NC in August of 2017 as a Social Studies teacher. There, I also coach Basketball and Track, as well as lead Interact Club for the students. I have been working at the Children’s Museum since I was at UNCW and have fallen in love with the summer camp programs we have here at the museum! This will be my seventh year leading the camps and I have learned so much about teaching young children through this amazing opportunity. Every year we work to make your child’s experience more exciting, educational, and memorable! I look forward to meeting you and educating your children this week! Thank you for all of your continued support for the Children’s Museum of Wilmington! A fun fact about me is that I have been skydiving!