Kids on Campus
July 10th-14th from 10am to 3pm
Kids on Campus is a summer enrichment program for students who are interested in improving their math, science, technology, or visual art skills through exciting, hands-on learning activities. The deadline to register is June 10.
Classes are limited to the first 20 students per class.
Who may attend?
How much does it cost?
1476 Lancaster Pike, Circleville, OH 43113
Parents are responsible for transportation.
|Session Time||Grades 2-3||Grades 4-5|
|10am – 11am||Visual Arts||Science|
|11am – 12pm||Science||Visual Arts|
|12pm – 1pm||Lunch*||Lunch*|
|1pm – 2pm||Math||Technology|
|2pm – 3pm||Technology||Math|
Students staying for both sessions can bring a sack lunch to enjoy between sessions. Students will be supervised.
For More Information
Amber Wickstrom - Inspiration Station
770 North Court St
Circleville, OH 43113
Grades 2 and 3
Students will explore number sense, measurement, geometry, and symmetry through exciting games, art, puzzles, and hands-on activities. Fun with math is the goal for the week.
Students will have fun and learn at the same time while conducting experiments about life, Earth and space, and the physical sciences. Students will observe weather patterns, predict the weather, and get up close and personal with Sir Isaac Newton and his laws of motion. Fun will be had learning about energy and energy sources, solids, liquids, and gases.
Five reasons coding is important for young minds:
- Coding is another language
- Coding fosters creativity
- Coding helps children with math skills
- Coding improves writing academic performance
- Coding helps children become confident problem solvers
Students will focus not only on producing art, but also on examining and appreciating various art forms. Students will explore art materials, observe works of art, study basic elements of design: line shape, color, and texture all while having fun.
Grades 4 and 5
Students will explore numbers, place value, measurement, geometry, and reasoning in unique and exciting ways. Each day will be an adventure filled with games and activities.
Physical, Earth and space, and life science will be brought to life as students design and conduct various experiments. Students will explore habitats, differences between renewable and nonrenewable energies. Hands-on activities will make the complex world of science relevant and exciting.
Students will learn the fundamentals of writing a computer program and engage in real-world applications of coding with connected toys and robots. Our goal is to raise awareness and interest in the tech industry and support student exploration or computer science career pathways.
Students will explore painting and drawing, graphic illustrations, creating texture in different media and experiment with complementary color, hue and color intensity. This class is designed for students to have fun and enjoy creating their own masterpieces.