Last week’s ‘Cool Science for Curious Kids’ Camp session wowed children with scientific adventures, such as ‘hovercrafts’, ‘hurricanes in bottles’, ‘floating water mystery’.  Guest scientist, Woody Cox, set up a Science Station and fascinated the children with many of his favorite treasures, gadgets and discoveries. Awing them with his collections of articles from nature, he explained how each item was uniquely and perfectly designed, and how that design points to our Almighty Creator.  The children also made foamerators, kazoos, and a night-time reflective yard sign.
The camp, sponsored by Faith United Methodist Church, is offered four Wednesdays during July, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lorna Badon’s School of Fine Arts.  Children between the ages of 5 to 12, look forward to each Wednesday camp session, where they’ll have loads of fun and excitement, learn something new, and beat summer boredom.
The final Kidz Adventure Camp session, ‘Crazy Days of Summer’ is Wednesday, July 29, and will feature colorful clown fun, a dunking booth, jewelry making, kooky games, laughter and more!  For more information, visit your body text here.

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