St. Lucie County Summer Camps

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Summer Camps

All About Achieving Learning Centers is thrilled to offer exciting, unique science, technology, engineering and math camps. AAALC camps offer very limited group sizes and are taught by certified teachers. Several camp options will be offered at St Andrew Lutheran Church located at 295 NW Prima Vista Blvd in Port St Lucie, FL 34983. An additional Baseball STEM Camp will be provided at Mets Stadium located at 525 NW Peacock Avenue. AAALC looks forward to expanding services to serve the wonderful families of St. Lucie County.
 
Note: Camps fill up quickly and will close online. If a camp is closed, interested families can contact AAALC at 772-341-1400 to be put on a waiting list. There is a $30 fee for any camps cancelled more than two weeks prior to the camp start date. Cancellations occurring less than two weeks prior to camp will receive a refund, less the $30 cancellation fee, if there is a waiting list with other campers. If there is no waiting list, no refunds can be issued within two weeks of camp.

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July 10-14: (St. Lucie County) Stop Motion Movie Making & Eating Our Way Through STEM

Date: Mon, Jul 10, 2017, 9:00 AM to 3:45 PM Recurs Daily, Jul 10-14, 2017
Category: Summer Camp
Summary: Stop Motion Movie Making (Entering Grades 2nd - 7th) Get ready to direct your very own stop motion animated movie. Writers, directors and producers, ages 8 and up, will produce their own movie by: · writing a script · creating a storyboard · developing characters · filming · editing Stop Motion is an animation technique in which students create movies using different objects or characters. Students take a series of still photos, moving their characters based on the script and storyboard they created. The photos are put together and played, adding sound and special effects, to create a moving film. Students are paired to work in teams and create their own movie from start to finish. Movie Making is one of the most complex and involved processes students can complete. From idea to movie involves brainstorming, planning, storyboard, writing, illustration, digital animation, editing, sound and more! AAALC will show your young producer, director and writer how movies are made from start to finish. Better yet, let them complete their own movie! Campers will use clay, Legos or other materials to create characters and design backdrops, ultimately producing their own animated movie. Eating Our Way Through STEM (Entering 1st-6th) This delicious trip into STEM will cook up some chemistry, melt into math and complete excellent edible engineering projects. Using everyday snacks and cool food items, campers will study various science, technology, engineering and math concepts related to food! Have you ever done math with M&M’s? Do you know how to bounce an egg? What foods “blow up” when you put them together? This is a fun, interactive camp that engages children from start to finish. Note: Campers will be exposed to many different kinds of foods and food prep. Please do not register your child for this camp if he/she has food allergies that will be dangerous to participation. more…

July 17-21: METS = STEM (Located at St. Lucie Mets Stadium)

Date: Mon, Jul 17, 2017, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Recurs Daily, Jul 17-21, 2017
Category: Summer Camp
Summary: METS = STEM (St. Lucie County Mets Stadium Partnership) AAALC and St. Lucie Mets Stadium have partnered to bring baseball and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) together for a world class experience! Campers will spend the week at Mets Stadium completing STEM activities both on and off the field. Students will use baseball to study balance, motion, geometry, mathematics and much more. Campers will be divided by age group and will spend half the day on the field and half the day off. On the field they will experience the STEM behind the game of baseball and experiment with different angles, positions, equipment and more. Off the field they will work in a skybox and complete hands on science that supports on field lessons. Campers will receive a 30 minute lunch break. On Wednesday of camp week, students will enjoy a baseball game! Parents can join their child for game day but must purchase a ticket at the box office. Lunch is available at the stadium each day for an additional cost of $8. Students can also bring their own lunch. Transportation to and from the stadium is not provided. All students will meet at the stadium at 9:00am each morning and must remain with their parent or guardian until sign in is complete each day. AAALC recommends attending Klutch's Kids Crew, weekly opportunities to attend baseball games throughout the summer. This is a wonderful opportunity for any family that enjoys summer and baseball! Additional information will be available soon at http://www.stluciemets.com. more…