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Kids to the Rescue

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Kids to the Rescue – 4th-6th grade

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KIDS TO THE RESCUE Grades: 4th-6th

  • Workshop Leads: Jyoti Vyas Registered Nurse
  • Workshop Description: In this workshop students will learn basic human physiology, healthcare roles, CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), and basic first aid skills. The class uses hands-on experience as you will work with stethoscopes, CPR mannequins, bandages, splints, “blood,” and more. The class is perfect if you’re interested in a career in health science or just learning invaluable, lifesaving skills. .
  • Subjects covered: Basic Human anatomy/physiology, health sciences, chemistry, physics, and life-saving skills.

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Early Morning Math

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EARLY MORNING MATH Grades: 2nd-4th

  • These are a special set of workshops which run before our regular workshop schedule. Early Morning Math is a free additional service at Summer Science Camp for anyone from 2nd to 4th grade. Each Grade level will focus on the needs for the coming school year as well as reflect on the past year’s subject matter. We strongly encourage your child to join these Early Morning Math workshops, sign him or her up early because space gets filled very quickly.
  • Instructors: Various Volunteers

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Discovering Our Natural World

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Grades: 3rd – 5th

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DISCOVERING OUR NATURAL WORLD Grades: 3rd – 5th

  • Workshop Lead: Erlinda Cortez, Teacher (Poly High School in Long Beach —10 Year SSC Volunteer)
  • Workshop Description: Satisfy your curiosity about your natural surroundings as we explore our different ecosystems, the oceans, the different kinds of forests, and the animal inhabitants in each ecosystem. Students investigate the stars and heavens and use maps to learn navigational skills. We will learn about wilderness safety so you can safely enjoy your outdoor experiences. The activities are fun and hands-on and will engage you to want to learn more about our natural world!
  • Subjects covered: Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, and Marine Sciene

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Environmental Approach to Chemistry & Biology

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Grades: 4th – 6th

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ENVIRONMENTAL APPROACH TO CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY Grades: 4th – 6th

  • Workshop Lead: Eric Eichinger, Engineer (The Boeing Company-25 year SSC Volunteer)
  • Workshop Description: During this workshop you will grow plants and microbes, perform chemical reactions, and construct ecospheres to learn how interdependent we all are with our natural surroundings.
  • Subjects covered: Chemistry, Botany, Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Geology, Physiology, and Food Science.

 


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Kids on Mars

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Grades: 4th – 6th

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KIDS ON MARS Grades: 4th – 6th

  • Workshop Leads: Ria Mishra, Student (5 year SSC Alumni)
  • Workshop Description: In this exciting workshop, students will learn about Mars while planning a Mars mission. The students will build a spacecraft, robots, a Mars colony, and small water rockets. Student projects will be performed in small teams and as individuals. Emphasis will be on fun, learning, team building, the use of some math, and some more fun.
  • Subjects covered: Aeronautics, Mechanics, and Physics.

 


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Magnets & Electricity

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Grades: 4th – 5th

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MAGNETS & ELECTRICITY Grades: 4th – 5th

  • Workshop Lead: Michael Keating, Engineer (The Boeing Company—7 year SSC Volunteer)
  • Workshop Description: How does a magnet work? Why does a compass point north? Why can we turn on lights buy just flipping a switch? What is a circuit? Through hands-on experiments discover the answers to these questions and more! This workshop introduces students to the basic concepts of magnetism, static electricity, current electricity, and circuit components ranging from the resistor to the DC motor.
  • Subjects covered: Electronics and Physics.

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Astronomy

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Grades: 4th – 5th

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ASTRONOMY Grades: 4th – 5th

  • Workshop Lead: Rob Carter ( Retired Engineer Boeing 10 year Camp Alumni)
  • Workshop Description: Ever wonder what is up in the sky? Find out how the universe works in this workshop as you learn to enjoy the visual splendors of the universe. Learn about the Sun, planets, moons, stars, star clusters, nebula, galaxies, asteroids, and comets. This workshop includes hands-on projects to learn about constellations, telescopes, why we have seasons and eclipses, how big the solar system is and how far apart are objects in the sky, crater formation and much more.
  • Subjects covered: Astronomy, Engineering, Physical Science.

 


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