Registration for 2021 Summer Camps is closed

All summer camps will be held at the Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street, Fairhope, AL)

June 1-June 4

All About Robots

9 am – 12 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 1st-6th (will be in 1st – 6th  grades in 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Lisa Hood

Campers will build, code, and explore different robots (Lego WeDo, Sphero, Ozobots, BeeBots, BlueBots, and Dash).

June 1 – June 4

Change the Way the World Works

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab, $125

Age: Rising 3rd-6th (will be in 3rd-6th grades in 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Lisa Hood

Campers will use mini-computers to become familiar with programming concepts and electronics components to create fun projects with Microbit and Makey Makey.

Register

June 7-10

Minute to Win It Hands-On Challenges Camp

9 am – 12 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 3rd-6th (will be in 3rd-6th grades in 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Trina Jackson

Do you enjoy active game shows and hands-on challenges? If so, the Minute To Win It Hands-On Challenges is the camp for you. Enjoy four days full of FUN and EXCITING Hands-on Challenges. What a great way to burn off some energy, get a little messy, and use your creativity through teamwork.

Register

June 7-10

Minute to Win It Hands-On Challenges Camp

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 3rd-6th (will be in 3rd-6th grades in 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Trina Jackson

Do you enjoy active game shows and hands-on challenges? If so, the Minute To Win It Hands-On Challenges is the camp for you. Enjoy four days full of FUN and EXCITING Hands-on Challenges. What a great way to burn off some energy, get a little messy, and use your creativity through teamwork.

Register

June 14-17

Wonders of the Bay!

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab, $125

Age: Rising 1st-3rd (will be in 1st-3rd in the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Kacie Hardman & Anne Frost Kennedy

Campers will take a trip to Mobile Bay to collect and examine specimens, use the makerspace and robots to create models of marine creatures and explore and create a model of the ecosystem.

*All campers must be able to swim.

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June 21-24

Genius Hour: Engineering STEAM Camp

9 am – 12 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 3rd-6th graders (students will be in 3rd-6th grade for the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Trina Jackson

Do you enjoy creating, building, learning how things are made, and how things work? GREAT NEWS, the Genius Hour Engineering STEAM camp is JUST FOR YOU! Using the Engineering Design Process, campers will use their creative imagination to create future inventions from everyday materials. That’s four days of learning, processing, and creating new inventions that you get to take home with you.

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June 21-24

Introduction to Robotics

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 6th-12th grade (students will be in 6th-12th grade for the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Robert Harrison

This robotics camp will introduce students to basic concepts associated with robotics. Students will construct a simple robot and program that robot to perform a series of tasks like tracking a line or navigation of the robot through a maze. We will discuss the history of robotics and possible carer fields in robotics.

Register

June 28-July 1

Introduction to Robotics

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 6th-12th grade (students will be in 6th-12th grade for the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Robert Harrison

This robotics camp will introduce students to basic concepts associated with robotics. Students will construct a simple robot and program that robot to perform a series of tasks like tracking a line or navigation of the robot through a maze. We will discuss the history of robotics and possible carer fields in robotics.

Register

July 5-8

All About Robots

9 am – 12 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 1st-6th (will be in 1st – 6th  grades in 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Lisa Hood

Campers will build, code, and explore different robots (Lego WeDo, Sphero, Ozobots, BeeBots, BlueBots, and Dash).

Register

July 5-8

Change the Way the World Works

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab, $125

Age: Rising 3rd-6th (will be in 3rd-6th grades in 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Lisa Hood

Campers will use mini-computers to become familiar with programming concepts and electronics components to create fun projects with Microbit and Makey Makey.

Register

July 19-22

Bio4Kids Camp

9 am – 12 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 3rd-7th (students will be in 3rd-7th grade for the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Lori Havard

Campers will learn about:
Decomposers: Earths Best Friends
The Human Body: From Head to Toe
Land and Water Creatures
Let’s Dive Into the Ocean!

Register

July 19-22

Bio4Kids Camp

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 3rd-7th (students will be in 3rd-7th grade for the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Lori Havard

Campers will learn about:
Decomposers: Earths Best Friends
The Human Body: From Head to Toe
Land and Water Creatures
Let’s Dive Into the Ocean!

Register

July 26-29

Bio4Kids Camp

9 am – 12 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 3rd-7th (students will be in 3rd-7th grade for the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Lori Havard

Campers will learn about:
Decomposers: Earths Best Friends
The Human Body: From Head to Toe
Land and Water Creatures
Let’s Dive Into the Ocean!

Register

July 26-29

Introduction to Robotics

1 pm – 4 pm, Pelican’s Nest Science Lab (108 S. Summit Street), $125

Age: Rising 6th-12th grade (students will be in 6th-12th grade for the 2021-2022 school year)

Teacher: Robert Harrison

This robotics camp will introduce students to basic concepts associated with robotics. Students will construct a simple robot and program that robot to perform a series of tasks like tracking a line or navigation of the robot through a maze. We will discuss the history of robotics and possible carer fields in robotics.

Register