D.C. / Maryland 2017 Science Summer Camps for K-1

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2017 Daily Schedule and class descriptions for rising K-1



Sign up for mornings, afternoons or a FULL day of indoor & outdoor science, engineering and other fun STEM activities!

Register now for D.C. / Maryland’s best science summer camps!

K-1 co-ed summer camps @venue Flora Singer ES, Silver Spring, Md. June 20-July 14, 2017

Girls Get Science camp @venue Flora Singer ES, Silver Spring, Md, July 10-14, 2017

K-1 co-ed summer camps @venue Beverly Farms ES, Potomac, Md, July 17-Aug. 11, 2017

stay tuned for details on our Howard County, Md. camps!

PRICING for all camps


Here’s the daily schedule for K-1 groups on our camps. See links below for class descriptions:


Optional Before Care 8-9 am

9-9:15  Welcome

9:15-10:30 – Lego Engineering

10:30-10:45 – Break

10:45 – Noon – Invention Lab



12:30-1:45pm – Storybook Lego

1:45-2pm – Break

2pm-3:15pm – Introduction to Video Game Programming

Optional After Care 3:15 to 5:30pm


*a child’s rising grade is the grade s/he will enter in Fall 2017

Our K-1 Summer camps include full of fun STEM activities that will take us both indoors and outdoors! Click on any class name below for its description.

Using a LEGO Education kit designed for ages 5+, our Early Engineers will learn about simple machines by building seesaws, spinning tops and more!  In Let’s Roll, Engineers! we’ll start each class with a brief story-based challenge to build our own vehicular solutions.  

Students will use electronics and physics to create objects that glow, float and fly! 

Think outside the box and return to the days before Legos came in kits. We’ll provide the Legos and the inspiration, your children will provide the imagination! In each class the instructor will read a story and then demonstrate how to build some of the stories characters out of Legos. An awesome way to learn about engineering!

Thank you M.I.T.! The university’s Lifelong Kindergarten Project has developed a new, younger version of its multimedia/ video game programming language, Scratch. Using Scratch Jr. on our iPads, grades K-1 will learn the basics of programming while building their own video games!