Science Summer Camps Ireland 2018

Junior Einsteins Science Club Summer Camps 2018
OUR SUMMER CAMPS are WEEK LONG in various locations
Monday – Friday    9am – 2pm
Age 6-11 years
Children are separated into ATOMS : 6-8 years and MOLECULES 9-11 years but will be in the same room together
If siblings, cousins or friends want to be in a group together, just tell us in the morning 🙂

Please book early to avoid disappointment as our camps are very popular!
Monday 2nd July – Friday 6th July :Glenageary, Killiney & Swords
Monday 9th July – Friday 13th July : Howth & Dunboyne
Monday 16th July – Friday 20th July : Greystones & Malahide
Monday  23rd July – Friday 27th July : Knocklyon  & Naas
Monday 30th July – Friday 3rd August; Glenageary & Swords
Monday 6th August – Friday 10th August : Howth & Killiney
Monday 13th August – 17th August: Greystones, Malahide & Naas
Monday 20th – 24th August: Dunboyne & Knocklyon

Our Science camps are very hands-on and children get to make and take home something most days including their own SLIME, FOSSILS, MODEL GLIDERS, RAINBOW GLASSES and MORE! They wear Lab coats and goggles! LOTS of OUTDOOR Fun with Bug Hunts, Rocket Races, Dinosaur Digs! SCIENCE CAMP FUN: Slime making (Long-chain polymerisation, Newtonian & Non-Newtonian fluids) Smoke cannons (Force, Vectors) Model planes (the principals of flight) & rockets Van Der Graff generator & plasma ball madness! (electricity) Coke & Mentos Geyser (force and nucleation) bridge building ( engineering) Magnets & make your own compass Lava lamps Forensic crime scene, fingerprinting and DNA Sunscreen /UV /glow in the dark science Elephant Toothpaste (Hydrogen peroxide, Potassium Iodide chemical reaction) Illusions ( How the eye tricks the brain) and much much more…….. We are scientists ,fully insured and Garda checked. What to bring: Old clothes – lab coats are provided however science can be dirty work. Packed lunch, snack and drink Rain gear Sun hat and sunscreen

How to Book :Please book and pay online Click  ‘Book Camp’

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