NMS to Host ‘SUPERCHARGED’ Camp Invention This Summer

Supercharge Your World at Camp Invention! Each year, our education team collaborates with National Inventors Hall of Fame® Inductees to develop a new, action-packed Camp Invention experience for your child. With our 2019 program, Supercharged™, campers will take on four exciting challenges, meet innovative superheroes and bring home newfound confidence.

Every child can invent! Camp Invention® is a nationally acclaimed summer program where STEM concepts come to life. Led by local teachers, this program has tapped into kids’ natural curiosity since 1990, giving them the opportunity to become innovators through teamwork and immersive, hands-on creative problem-solving.

Camp Invention 2019 – Promo Video


Neshannock Township School District is hosting its seventh annual Camp Invention at Neshannock Memorial Elementary School, from 8:00am-2:30pm, on June 10-14, 2019.

Any child entering kindergarten through sixth grade will engage in activities that make connections in regards to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  Sign up by visiting invent.org/camp or calling 800-968-4332.

Please contact Camp Director, Mrs. Alicia Measel, with any questions at ameasel@ntsd.org – Thank you!


Camp Invention 2019 – Supercharged™ – Program Centers

  • Children team up with the Innovation Force, a group of NIHF Inductees who have been transformed into superheroes, to battle the evil Plagiarizer, a supervillain who is out to steal the world’s ideas. As children create a device to retrieve the stolen ideas, they learn about the importance of collaboration and patents.

  • Children embark on a research adventure at sea, but soon find themselves stranded on an island. Using lessons and advice from NIHF Inductees, children work in teams to invent island-survival tools and underwater equipment and navigate their way back home.

  • Children manage their own farm as they learn the basics of running a business. With the assistance of Bot-ANN-E, a programmable robot, campers learn fundamental coding techniques to maximize their time and profits and perform mock DNA experiments to check the health of their cattle.

  • Children explore frequency, circuit boards, motors and gears as they use real tools to reverse engineer a remote-controlled DIY Orbot. Throughout the week, campers will adapt their DIY Orbot to perform increasingly challenging tasks from sports to art.

 

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