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Summer Camps

Academic Camps - Math, Science & More

Exploring Art

Students will work on various projects using creative expression; water-color still life, acrylic abstract on canvas, perspective sketches, and papier-mâché. You will also learn the 7 elements of art while creating a flip book and experimenting with each element: line, shape, form, space, value, color and texture.

Students will learn about several styles of art: realism, abstract, and impressionism.

Dates: June 17-19, 2015

Times: 9:00 am -12:00pm

Cost: $100 plus supply fee of $20 due to the instructor

Ages: 2nd through 5th grade

Website: www.ce.ulm.edu


Bayou Discovery: An Interactive Science Camp

July 6 – July 10, 2015 from 9: 00 – 12: 00 noon.

$125.00 /camper (includes a camp T-shirt, daily snack and all supplies)

Registration materials available on at: https://sites.google.com/site/bayoudiscovery/ by April 31. Registration and payment accepted between May 15 – June 15 at the School of Sciences office, Room 310, CNSB Building on ULM campus.

Bayou Discover is a week-long interactive science camp for students entering the first through seventh grades. Investigate areas of biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science and physical science utilizing the Museum of Natural History. Activities will take place around ULM campus, with daily registration, drop-off and pick up in Garrett Hall. Contact Dr. Allison Wiedemeier at bayoudiscovery@gmail.com for more information.  Firm deadline for registration information is Monday, June 15. 


Bricks 4 Kidz Summer Camps

Bricks 4 Kidz offers fun, hands-on programs where kids ages 3-13+ can learn, build and play with LEGO® bricks. Your child will be engaged in problem-solving and critical thinking while expressing their creativity.  Campers will compete in challenges, build models using LEGO® bricks, and make something to take home.  Activities will promote summer learning through both structured learning time and fun, creative play.

Cost: $150/camp; Multi-camp discounts available if registering child for more than one camp.

 

July 6-10

Clash of the Bricks (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)

Gather your archers and barbarians! It’s time for battle…Bricks 4 Kidz style! In this camp, based on the popular game Clash of Clans, we’ll collect and store gold and exilir to train troops and build villages. We’ll stop at nothing to defend our villages from enemy attack! Experience the thrill of battling barbarians, greedy goblins, powerful PEKKAs, and wild wall breakers. All this and more at Clash of Bricks camp! Ages 5 and up.

Mining and Crafting 1 (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm)

Experience the world of Minecraft™ with LEGO® bricks in this fun summer camp! We’ll start by crafting their shelters and some of the characters, mobs, critters and tools using LEGO® bricks. Campers will face new challenges each day, building models, crafting key elements from the popular Minecraft™ game, and testing the strength of their shelters. Ages 5 and up.

 

July 13-17

Arcade Brick Adventures (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)

Jump in to the world of classic arcade and video games! Eat flashing dots, collect coins and rings, avoid getting killed by enemies, and overcome obstacles! In this camp, we’ll flash back to the 1980’s with the classic appearance of graphic animation. Campers will build the famous plumber brothers, a Brick Eater, a jumping hedgehog, alien invaders, and more. Can you guess which classic game each model represents? Ages 5 and up.

Movie Making 101 (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm)

Light, cameras, LEGO® action! Use LEGO® bricks to tell YOUR story, complete with music, special effects and all your favorite LEGO® mini- figure characters! In this unique and creative camp, students will plan, script, stage, shoot, and produce their own mini-movie using Stop Motion Animation. Working as a team, students will use LEGO® components to build the set and props, then shoot their movie using a camera. Teams will use movie-making software to add special effects, titles, credits and more. When the movie is complete, campers will impress friends and family with a screening party on the last day of camp. Don’t miss your chance to be a movie producer! Ages 9 and up.

 

July 20-24

Bricks 4 Girlz (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)

Grab your friends and come hang out with us for a girls-only week of crafting and creating with LEGO® bricks. We’ll get to know the LEGO® Friends and have fun building our favorite Disney® princesses while learning about awesome careers in science, like architecture, chemistry, medicine and health, engineering, and working with animals. We’ll also do lots of other unique things with bricks, from jewelry making to brick art with fun take-home projects! Ages 5 and up.

Mining and Crafting 2 (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm)

An all new camp experience combining the world of Minecraft™ with LEGO® bricks! This camp includes a different agenda from Mining and Crafting 1. We’ll be entering the Nether and Ender for this “Part 2″ camp. Join us for all new character builds, new building challenges, and new motorized models from the game! Ages 5 and up. 

 

July 27-31

Pirate’s Quest (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)

We’ll be exploring all things pirate in this fun camp! Whether it’s Blackbeard or Captain Jack, your camper will have a blast with our pirate games and activities. There will be boat building and treasure hunting, all with a LEGO® twist! Don’t wait to sign up for this fun session or you may have to walk the plank! Ages 5 and up.

EV3 Robotics (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm)

Experience the cutting edge of technology with the introduction of LEGO® MINDSTORMS EV3 Robotics. Students will be captivated as they incorporate the newest generation of motors, sensors, and software by programming their commands directly into the intelligent brick. Test their capabilities by moving and object with a robotic claw, building a robot that draws, and creating a mouse trap. Our endless list of builds is sure to provide the complete fundamental components of robotics at best! Ages 9 and up.

Disclaimer:

LEGO® and MINDSTORMS are registered trademarks and/or copyrights of the LEGO® Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize, or endorse these programs.

Website: www.ce.ulm.edu

 


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