Blood and Guts, Brains and Bones Science: FULL

What?
Do you want to learn all of the cool facts of blood, guts, brains, and bones? Then this summer camp is for you! For one week, you will get to explore and learn about each of these necessary body parts. Each day will be a fun-filled set of activities where we will focus on one of these exciting topics. Monday will be blood day. Tuesday will be guts day. Wednesday will be brains day. Thursday will be bones day. And on Friday, we will put it all together so you can show your family and friends what you have been up to all week. Our activities will include exploration of the daily topic, including the dissecting of organs (yes, even brains). We will create models to show how blood, guts, brains and bones work. This camp will be led by an Edgewood professor who will make sure that you have a fun and engaging experience learning about the human body and how it works. No question need go unanswered, even hard to answer questions like Why do stomachs growl? Why is poop brown? Why are veins blue? and Why do cold drinks cause brain freeze?

An exciting, active, engaging, summer science camp for students who will enter grades 4-6 in the fall. Participants should bring a refillable water bottle. For their safety, it is important that each student wear comfortable clothing (which may get a bit dirty) and closed-toe shoes.

Where?
The camp will be held in the Sonderegger Science Center in the college Anatomy and Physiology laboratory on the Edgewood College Campus. The science center is a K-16 building that serves science students of all ages in the Edgewood community.

When?
June 16-20, 2014, 9:00-2:00 daily.

Send a sack lunch with your child daily. A mid-morning snack will be provided. If you child has particular dietary needs please pack an appropriate snack for them.

Who?
The camp leaders will Professor Brenda del Moral. Dr. del Moral is an Edgewood College Biology Professor and teaches Anatomy and Physiology. She has a reputation for having fun in the classroom with learners of all ages.

How?
Fill out the registration form and return it to the address below. Registration will be first come, first served. To ensure plenty of individual attention the limit for the camp is 14 children. The registration deadline is June 2, 2014. Camp is now full.

How Much?
$250 for the week-long camp.

For more information contact:
Amy Schiebel
aschiebel@edgewood.edu
(608) 663-3414

Mail your registration form and payment to:
Amy Schiebel
Edgewood College
Department of Biological Sciences
1000 Edgewood College Dr.
Madison, WI 53711