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CAMP INVENTION®

Camp Invention®

is coming to Peace!

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In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF), Peace Lutheran School is excited to offer the nationally acclaimed Camp Invention® program to children entering K through 6th grade. This inspiring, weeklong summer experience provides opportunities for open-ended, hands-on exploration of science, technology, engineering and more! Taking on a variety of exhilarating activities each day, children have fun collaborating with friends, thinking creatively and inventing their own solutions to real-world challenges.

The week begins on June 19, 2023 with Jessica Curley (Peace’s technology teacher) serving as Director. The all-new 2023 program, Wonder, will spark the imagination of both new and returning campers with an adventure full of inspiration, innovation and unforgettable discoveries!

During this action-packed, confidence-boosting program, young innovators will:

  • Design and build their own mini skate park, customize their mini skateboard, and practice persistence as they take on ramps, bowls, rails and more

  • Transform a robot into a one-of-a-kind stuffie while exploring genetics, finding inspiration in nature and taking pride in their individuality 

  • Take on the role of event planner as they design a grand celebration, invent a Party Assistant, and create a light-up party hat and bubble art banner

  • Launch their own pop-up business while building entrepreneurship skills, making smart financial choices, using green energy and attracting customers 

 

Early registration discounts available! To save off the $260 registration fee, register by May 17, 2023. Register using:

SUM25 by March 30 to save $25
SUM15 by May 12 to save $15
SIBLOVE30 to save $30 for 2 siblings
SIBLOVE40 to save $40 for 3 or more siblings

Availability is limited, so visit invent.org/mylocalcamp to secure your child’s spot today!

We are in need of some items for Camp Invention Upcycle items may be brought in during office hours, or placed in the collection bin in the Gathering Room on Sundays. For questions, please contact Jessica Curley (jcurley@peaceshelby.org) or Holly Nelson (hnelson@peaceshelby.org). Items are needed by Sunday, June 18. 

Donation List:

  • Small/medium boxes, paper towel tubes

  • Cannisters, containers, cups, lids

  • Craft supplies (beads, buttons, fabric, strings)

  • Bubble wrap, foam trays, rubber bands

  • Miscellaneous paper (construction, magazines, newspapers, etc.)

  • Balls, sporting goods (no golf clubs or bats)

  • Pulleys, springs, strainers, washers

  • Unwanted toys (building blocks, car/train tracks, game parts, pinwheels, plastic figures, toy vehicles)

  • Unwanted discs, tapes, and cases

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