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Kid-Netic Energy Science & Engineering Summer Camps

 

2018 REGISTRATION

Accepting registrations for SAPOTAWEYAK CREE NATION (July 16-20)! 

Our ALTONA (July 16-20), DAUPHIN (July 23-27), FLIN FLON (July 30-Aug 3), MORDEN (July 23-27) STEINBACH (July 30-Aug 3) and THOMPSON (July 9-13) camps are full. However you are still welcome to fill out a registration form to be put on our wait-list. If you are registering for a camp wait-list, please select "No Payment" at this time. If a spot becomes available, we will request payment at that time.

 

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2018's camp theme days include:

Sport Science

Can you beat the competition? Understand the science of how your body and different equipment work during sport, so you can use your knowledge against your opponent in your upcoming game!

Food and Nutrition

Discover a whole new meaning of cooking. On this day you will use some unexpected ingredients, and a whole lot of science to create bubble gum and edible water bottles! Then you’ll learn all about how your body digests your culinary creations.

Extreme Engineering

Are you ready for a challenge? You and your friends will use basic engineering principles to design, build, and test floating towers, egg bungee jumps, and a Rube Goldberg machine!

Zoology and Ecology

Manitoba is full of amazing animals and various ecosystems. Learn how these creatures interact with each other and impact your life. Ever wonder what was inside an earthworm, or how the food chain works? You’ll find out all the answers on this day!

Paleontology

Go back 65 million years in time to learn all about dinosaurs, and how present day scientists discover and identify organisms that lived in the past.