Kids' Camps for Summer 2014
Kids on Campus is MSUB’s summer camp program. It’s a fun, safe, educational way for youth entering third grade through high school to spend the summer months!
Why choose a Kids on Campus summer camp for your child? Here are just a few reasons:
- Most of the camps take place on the main or City College campus, so kids experience what it’s like to be on a college campus.
- All of our summer camps are taught by K-12 educators or MSUB faculty members. They are professional educators who are experts in their fields.
- Each camp is geared toward specific ages that are educationally relevant. Kids on Campus programs are academics-based, but FUN, so your children continue learning throughout the summer. Shhh…don’t worry, we won’t tell them they’re learning!
Some of the camp topics that will be offered in 2014 include the following. Final descriptions, dates, times, and info on ages for each camp will be available the first week of March. If you have any questions, please call (406) 896-5882 or email Laura Gittings-Carlson.
Instituto per la Bella Voce (Institute for the Beautiful Voice)
Math is Fun!
Raspberry Pi (make and take home a computer)
Robotics with Arduino (create and take home a robot)
Check out some of the highlights from our 2013 Summer Camp Season below or visit our Facebook page.
Four teams of up to 5 kids each will work toward competing in the Montana State LEGO League Competition February 1, 2014 in Bozeman. Teams will meet from 6-8 pm on Friday evenings from mid-October through the end of January with the possibility of meeting an additional day of the week closer to the Challenge. The theme this year is Nature’s Fury! Parents will be responsible for expenses incurred to travel to the competition.
Please read: This course is for children in grades 4-8 who have previously taken a Lego Robotics summer camp through MSUB. If your child is interested, but has not taken a camp, please call (406) 896-5890.
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