Camp Invention Recharge!

  • Spark your kid’s creativity and confidence with our new Camp Invention® program! At Pleasant Valley Elementary the week of June 14th, campers in grades K-6 will collaborate in hands-on activities exploring fun STEM concepts by taking apart their own microphone, exploring solar-powered crickets and more! Options for both “on-site” or virtual camp adventures are available.

    Introducing Camp Invention 2021 program, Recharge!
    Fuel the imagination of your future world-changer with our innovative and FUN hands-on STEM experience. Your child will love what's in store this year! Read more about our new 2021 program lineup below:

    CONFIDENCE
    Campers find their own unique voice and discover sound waves in action through reverse engineering, then market their extraordinary inventions with friends as creative entrepreneurs.

    PERSISTENCE
    In this high-energy adventure, kids build and test a launching device to overcome challenges while exploring fun physics concepts like trajectory and velocity.

    CREATIVITY
    Kids experiment with circuits and energy to create a robotic, solar-powered cricket inspired by biomimicry, then use empathy and creative problem solving to build fun-filled custom habitats.

    PROBLEM-SOLVING
    Children learn how to adapt as they design and prototype a nature-inspired morphing vehicle to submerge, soar or sprint in Super Road Rally!


    WHAT: Camp Invention Recharge!

    WHO: Children entering grades K - 6

    WHEN: June 14 - 18, 2021, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

    WHERE: Pleasant Valley Elementary School - 9906 West Pleasant Valley Road Parma, OH 44130 or online/virtual

    COST: $235 (before discount)

    Use promo code SUM40 by 3/31/21 to save $40


     REGISTER FOR CAMP INVENTION HERE
    HOSTED BY PCSD/PLEASANT VALLEY ELEMENTARY

Questions?

  • For more information or questions about Camp Invention Connect, please contact Allison Kokely, 2nd Grade STEM teacher at Pleasant Valley Elementary at kokelya@parmacityschools.org.

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