Advanced Fort Building
Do you like to build forts out of couch cushions? Take it to
the next level! In this camp, we’ll build structures out of all kinds of
materials, from pool noodles to giant tinker toys. Fort building will give us
the opportunity to engage in the engineering design process and learn about how
to balance forces so our structures stay erect.
The camp will be held in the
Sonderegger Science Center on the Edgewood College Campus. The science center
is a K-16 building that serves science students of all ages. 1000 Edgewood
College drive, Madison, WI
Time and dates
June 25-29, 9 am -12 noon
Must be entering grades 4 - 6 during the 2018 school year
Brian and Raechel Lancor
Rachael and Brian are both physics professors at Edgewood
College. Rachael’s area of expertise is in studying how people learn physics.
Brian is trained as an atomic physicist, which means he studies how light
interacts with matter using lasers. At Edgewood, they teach physics courses of
every variety from Astronomy to Quantum Mechanics. Both Rachael and Brian have
led numerous summer camps at Edgewood over the years, and are parents to a very
inquisitive third grader.
$200 This includes registration, materials, and a simple mid-morning snack.