STEM Summer Camps - Heritage Elementary

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STEM Summer Camps - Heritage Elementary
STEM “2015” SUMMER CAMP OPPORTUNITIES
For Elementary Students
Platte River Academy, Highlands Ranch, CO 303-841-4411
Various dates June – July
http://bitsbytesbots.com/bitsbytesbots/summer-camps/
Camp opportunities for students ages 6 – 16
Examples of camp programs are: Building and Programming Robots, Computer Game Creation, Introduction to
Computer Animation, and 3D Modeling and 3D Animation.
Math Pioneers
6130 S. Ivy St., Centennial, CO 80111 720-239-2252
Igniting Students Desire to Explore and then Soar through the Mathematical Sciences
Camps for students in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
http://mathpioneers.org/our-classes/
Camps include: Beyond Calculus, Geometric Art, Math Boot Camp, Lego Robotics, Physics Phun, Plus More!
Camps take place at the SouthGlenn Learning Center, 6972 S. Vine St., Suite 353, Centennial, CO 80122
720-390-7972
Camps for students ages 5 – 14
https://engineeringforkids.com/location/denver/camps
Various dates throughout the summer
Camp opportunities include: Engineering Adventures, LEGO WeDo, LEGO EV3 Robotics, Engineering Cities and
Minecraft building, Space Pioneers and Scratch Programming, Amazing Race and Survival Camp, Inventors
Workshop, an all-girls engineering camp, Plus More!
DTC & Parker locations – 303-840-5787
http://noteablekids.com/vlt25289.htm
Camps for kids ages 5-12
Space Time camps: Space Mission Mars & Interstellar Adventures
Lego’s, Lego’s, Lego’s – Building and Art Camp
Wacky Fizzy Science – Science Camp
Camps at various schools throughout the area 1-800-968-4332
http://campinvention.org/parents/camp-programs/
Camps for students Kindergarten through 6th grade
This one-of-a kind weeklong experience connects science, technology, engineering and math through fun hands-onactivities. The program allows students to learn about creative problem solving and more in teams grouped by age.
Denver, CO
http://www.dmns.org/learn/children/summer-day-camps/
Camps for students in grades K-6
Various dates throughout the summer
Examples of camps include: Future Astronauts, Junior Astronauts, The World of Dinosaurs, Mad about Science,
Museum Investigators, Grossology, Plus More!
Computer Camps held at the University of Denver
For the elementary student Ages 7 – 9
Various dates throughout the summer
https://www.idtech.com/locations/colorado-summer-camps/denver/id-tech-university-of-denver/
Courses include:
Adventures in Scratch Programming, Adventures in Minecraft, and Adventures in Robotics Design
The Trails Recreation Center
16799 E. Lake Ave., Centennial, CO 80015 - 303-269-8400
www.aprd.org
The Trails Recreation Center has week long camp opportunities available for kids ages 5 – 12
Examples of camp opportunities:
Mad Science of Denver, Super Science Sampler, Minecraft, Build with LEGO, Engineering Fundamentals with LEGO,
and Space Adventures Camp
2121 Children’s Museum Drive, Denver, CO 80211
303-561-0108
https://mychildsmuseum.org/daily-programs/camps.aspx
Camp sessions open to kid’s ages 4 to 8
3 day camp opportunities
Super Scientists, The Wonderful World of Art & Backyard Explorers
www.exllearning.com
Camps for students in grades K- 8
Camps include: Bridges to Engineering, Fun with Physics, Let’s Code, Math Maniacs Minecraft Lego, Stop Motion
Animation Adventure, Robots I, Transformers I & II, Plus More!
SPACE VOYAGE SUMMER CAMP 2015
An enrichment program for kids ages 6 – 16
Program location: Ken Caryl Middle School, 6504 West Ken Caryl Ave., Littleton, CO 80128
http://www.spacevoyage.com/sum-2015/brochure/index.html
While bringing math and science to life, Space Voyage offers an intensive program of learning and confidence
building within a space motif.
Students ages 8-12 will experience aviation and aerospace through hands-on experiences in a 1930’s air force
hangar. Follow this link for more information and to register: http://wingsmuseum.org/
These camps are not endorsed by the Cherry Creek School District. The opportunities listed are options for students to
consider, which will allow them to explore STEM education outside of the CCSD classroom.
Follow this link for more camp opportunities provided by the Denver Post:
http://www.denverpost.com/summercamps
This information is provided by the Office of STEM Education,
Cherry Creek School District.

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