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Register for UOIT’s unique science summer camps for kids

UOIT Faculty of Education summer camps

Experience Science Magic, LEGO camps and more this summer at UOIT!

The University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s (UOIT) Faculty of Education is offering a series of unique science and nature camps for children this summer, all starting the week of July 2. The camps highlight a variety of hands-on learning and fun activities for kids.

Children ages six to 14 can choose from a variety of co-ed camp programs such as:

  • Super Sleuths – Campers can test their detective abilities and solve mysteries using forensics and technology and report their findings through the creation of podcasts, audio books, websites and more.
  • Natural Curiosity – A great camp for young people who are adventurous and enjoy being outdoors. 

Girls can also choose from a variety of all-girls camp programs such as:

  • Science Magic – Gives campers the opportunity to learn about engineering, technology and science! Campers will learn something different each day through hands-on activities and fun challenges in a team environment. Science Magic campers will be able to take the fun back home with them and engage in activities they learned at camp in their own backyard.
  • Girl Power – An all-girl LEGO camp offers girls the chance to develop their skills in science and engineering through hands-on learning. Campers will be able to design, build and program robots from the ground up and watch them dance and sing!

Check out the UOIT Faculty of Education Summer Camp Brochure for complete information about dates and registration!

For more information about UOIT Faculty of Education summer camps, please contact Sheila Rhodes at 905.721.8668, ext. 2893.