High Touch High Tech has been going out to Camp Courage for the past 8 years to make sure that the children have a AWESOME, hands-on, day of Science!
This years theme is “Science Circus” and the HTHT scientists, along with the children had fun with bubbles, balloons, tornado tubes, bag stabs and even some elephant snot!
In case you don’t know, Camp Courage was founded in 1994 and creates an unforgettable recreational experience for children and teens with cancer or blood disorders from the Upstate of South Carolina, Western North Carolina, and Northeast Georgia areas.
At Camp Courage, campers are free to play, laugh, explore, and grow in a normal developmentally appropriate way. Trained counselors and volunteers help to nurture the campers’ self-confidence and provide therapeutic opportunities for individual development.
For more information on Camp Courage check out their website at: http://www.ghschildrens.org/programs/camp-courage/
For more information on High Touch High Tech, Science Made Fun check out our website at: ScienceMadeFunWNC.net
Summer is just around the corner and it will be here before you know it! It’s that time to start signing up your children for summer camps! Try a High Touch High Tech summer camp this year! Our Sizzlin’ Science Summer Camp field trips bring a FUN, hands-on & educational experience direct to your campers!
Children in grades pre-k through sixth grade will be engaged in 30-minutes of non-stop, hands-on scientific exploration! We use materials that are concrete, safe and relevant to the everyday lives for children of all ages. Upon completion of the field trip, students will receive a cool science certificate and ALL programs include “make-and-take” experiments!
For more information about our Sizzlin’ Science Summer Camp opportunities please visit us online at http://sciencemadefunwnc.net/camp.cfm
Kids at the Waynesville Parks and Recreation Center in North Carolina enjoyed Space…the Final Frontier program with Einstein Emily. Along with making glow in the dark moon mud, the kids were filmed for the local news on a Never Stop Learning segment they do. The kids had a great time seeing the chemical reactions and also the camera!