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San Diego State University Campus
Summer 2019
Ages 9-14

 

 
 

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What is this science camp all about? It is five days of science discovery and exploration. You will investigate subjects from rocks to robots and have fun new adventures every day.

To find out about the exciting activities that you can have at Aztec Science Camp, click one of the age ranges.

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Kids 9-10 years old
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Kids 11-12 years old
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Kids 13-14 years old
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NEUTRONS SCHEDULE
9-10
YEARS
OLD
 SESSION A
July         29 30 31 August      1 2
Bubble, Burst, Bang session sold out
SESSION B
August      5 6 7 8 9
Wired 101
Come and learn how to construct circuits and incorporate them into fun and inventive projects. Use exciting materials like copper tape and electrically-conductive paint to engineer your creations. Projects include light-up quiz boards, marker draw-bots, LED circuit cards, bristle-bots, constellation star maps, and more.
For more information, please contact:
Aztec Science Camp at azteccamp@sdsu.edu
See our Facebook page and picture albums at www.facebook.com/AztecScience
THANK YOU AZTEC SCIENCE CAMP SPONSORS:
The President's Leadership Fund (PLF)
The Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI)
Marathon Petroleum Corporation
Center for Research into Mathematics and Science Education (CRMSE)
The National Science Foundation under Grant Number 1439862* 
 
Whether you share your time, expertise, or funds, Aztec Science Camp needs your support!

*Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the camp providers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Aztec Science Camp
San Diego State University
6475 Alvarado Road, Suite 206
San Diego, CA 92120-5013
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Last updated: April 11, 2019