This fun and engaging camp will provide rich and varied opportunities for students to understand the human body and the importance of food and nutrition. Students will investigate systems, structure and function of the human body, while building their own models and learning the importance of each system and the role it plays. Students will exit the camp with the knowledge of an expert on the body. No bones about it!
Incoming Grades 4-6
August 5-9, 2013
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
UWF Main Campus- Pensacola
Bldg 86, Room 125
These body detectives will learn about the different systems, structure and function of the human body. They will compare the systems and build each system for their own model. They will investigate proper food and nutrition and the benefits of a well balanced diet. Campers will also learn different vocabulary words that will provide opportunity for small group discussions to have a debate about which system is the human body is the most important.
Campers will present their models demonstrating the different systems that were built on Friday, August 9 at 2:00pm. Campers will be able to identify the importance of each system and what role it plays in our body.
Does your child need an extended stay option before or following his or her summer program?
You are invited to browse our Summer 2013 Camp Schedule to find more camps that fit your child's interest.