Science Camp is a fun look at different technologies covering the areas of robotics, geology, chemistry, electricity and solar power, biology, astronomy and rockets combined with a week of fun. Children get to explore different areas of science as a viable career choice while having a great, fun-filled week.
One reason [for the camp] is to get kids interested in science, but the other reason is to further the knowledge that the kids are already interested in,” said Sarah Innocenti, University of Illinois science major and mobile science camp instructor. “We’re educating, but at the same time we want them to have fun. Fun is the most important factor.”