Have fun making fast treats to take along for a hike or to the pool. Learn to make cookies in a funnel, brownies with a punch, and mini cupcakes to decorate and share with others. Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any allergies. (Additional forms required.) Participants must wear closed-toe shoes.
THIS OFFERING IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION (SAIC). This exciting summer camp will engage elementary children in the engineering design process. The Engineering Adventures (EA) curriculum was designed by the Engineering is Elementary (EiE) team within the Museum of Science, Boston. Children entering 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades will learn the EA unit, "Bubble Bonanza: Designing Bubble Makers", which explore how bubbles behave and investigate properties of materials they can use to create bubble makers. Camp participants in this session will not only engage in the EA unit, ultimately creating a solution to the design challenge that they can take home, but will also take home two related trade books to extend their science/engineering learning at home. Students will also get the opportunity to meet real engineers working in the field and gain a better understanding of what it is to be an engineer.
Work with an advanced three dimensional construction kit that is yours to keep and take home. Design and build simple or complex models of a vehicle, a robot or buildings. You will also get your own 3-volt geared motor to power up a moveable Radar Surveyor. Learn the many ways you can make your motor run. Hands on is the only way, so prepare to build from directions, and from your own imagination!
Do you love cupcakes? Would you like to learn how to decorate some of the coolest cupcakes ever? At cupcake camp, we will make different cupcakes every day. We will even publish our own “Cupcake Cookbook”! There will be plenty of yummy tasting and cupcake fun and games to go around!
Destination Imagination’s purpose is to inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Challenges are offered in the areas of STEM, Improv, Visual Arts, Service Learning, and Early Learning. Each Challenge is open-ended and enables student teams to experience the creative process from imagination to innovation. Only Regional and State tournament costs are included in the price. Classes will either be held on the campus of HCC or in Harford County schools. Teams will meet October - May. *Times may vary based on team schedules. Teams forming for grades 1–12 and University Level.
Information Session will be held on Thursday, September 17from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. in Dining Room North located inthe Chesapeake Center.
Build and take home your own Hyper Peppy Robot. It is sound activated. Use the clap of your hands to get it moving. It has a very sensitive touch/sound sensor. When it comes in contact with an object it will automatically go into reverse, and then turn left before embarking on a new course. It’s fast!!! You're able to adjust its sensitivity to sound. You will see, first-hand, the many gears, circuit board, microphone, and it is easy to assemble mechanical drive system. The completed project will help build self-confidence. You will also get to build other robots as a part of a small group. Be a part of robotic technology and have fun investigating the future effects it will have on our lives.
Enjoy cooking? Why not make it even more fun?! Make animal-shaped salads , mac and cheese- hero style, breakfast with a flare and more! Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any allergies. (Additional forms required.) Participants must wear closed-toe shoes.
Want to make dinner just a little more interesting? In this class, aspiring chefs will learn to make meals with pizazz! This is a family affair so bring an adult to amaze with your flair for cooking. What a great way to bring the family together at the table! This class is for one adult and one student 7-12 years old.
Build your own “futuristic Maglev” car to race and take home. In 1999 a Japanese five-car maglev train set a record of 345 miles/hour. Yours won’t go that fast, but we will have fun building it and learning how it operates. Learn about the relationship between magnetism and electricity. You will also get to build a simple maglev track as well as a cool electromagnet. Learn how motors work, as well as generators. Build and take home the world’s simplest motor. Make your own compass and take part in many other magnificent magnetic activities! Yes, Sciensational Workshops again starts with the Maglev car (magnetism - electricity - levitation) and goes in all directions to have fun and learn while doing hands-on activities.
Interested in Veterinary Sciences? Love animals? This is a great opportunity to explore the many career opportunities that would allow you to pursue your passion! Explore the rewarding and sometimes WILD world of working with animals. This class will investigate exotic animals, wildlife rehabilitation, Pet First Aid and CPR and animal massage. Students will even get a behind the scenes hospital tour of an Animal Emergency Hospital and Plumpton Park Zoo! This is just the beginning of all the fun things we have planned!! Join us for a great week AND maybe even a new career path! Students will be required to fill out additional materials for field trips, etc.
Welcome to HCC’s Pirate Cove where all the pirates will gather for a brand new adventure. Pirates aboard our ship will make their very own compass rose, telescope, and perhaps even their very own parrot. We will discover the many places pirates explored and make a treasure map like that of a true pirate explorer. Be prepared for the culmination of our festivities with face painting and an exciting treasure hunt with unforeseen riches as your reward. Yo Ho, Ho…it’s a pirate camp for you! (Every pirate should bring a nut free snack daily.)
Welcome to HCC’s pirate cove where all the pirates will gather for a brand new adventure. We will play some piratey games, learn some piratey songs, and make some awesome piratey art, including your very own treasure map. Be prepared for the culmination of our festivities with face painting and an exciting treasure hunt with unforeseen riches as your reward. Yo Ho, Ho……it’s a Pirate Camp for you! ( Every pirate should bring a nut free snack daily.)
Have you always wanted to be a princess? At our Princess Party you will be five different princesses in one week! Come join the party as we play fun games and hear stories about our favorite princesses and make beautiful princess crafts. Feel free to dress as your favorite princess. See you at the castle! Please bring a nut-free snack daily.
Let's learn to sew. Learn techniques for pinning patterns, cutting different fabric with the correct scissors, and using seam guides to get straight seams. Explore various kinds of hems to hand stitch. You will need to supply your own sewing machine and basic supplies.
Cook up savory dishes and desserts from scratch that are fun, fresh, and flavorful. This cooking class is highly recommended for teens with culinary interest. Learn a variety of cooking methods including sauteing, pan-searing, and braising, to name a few. Topics include kitchen safety, basic knife skills, nutrition, menu plan, selecting ingredients, and measurement.
Can't get enough Ninja Turtles? This is the place to be! Explore a world battling petty criminals, evil overlords, mutated animals, and alien invaders! Little heroes in a half shell will make a turtle related craft each day and learn just how these guys get it done! Please bring a peanut-free snack daily.
Combine your two favorite activities: cooking and eating! Make mouth-watering meals that comfort your body and soul such as mac & cheese, spaghetti and meatballs, pizza, soup, and desserts. Learn about nutrition, proper food handling, and kitchen safety along the way.