About Science Matters In America
Camps in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky
Every summer, Science Matters in America offers an exciting and educational summer camp program for children five through eleven years of age. The “Science Journeys” Summer Camp is intelligently designed with a variety of stimulating activities at locations across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Our “Science Journeys” Summer Camp combines innovative science projects, critical thinking activities, and traditional camp fun and games with unsurpassed customer service. Our goal is for every camper to leave with inner science-confidence and outer self-confidence. As parents and professionals the founders are personally committed to overseeing every aspect of your child’s program.
Science Matters in America is proud of the fine group of educators that participate in “The Ultimate Camp Experience”. Our extensive recruiting program searches across the Cincinnati/NKY area for top quality teachers. Every Summer Camp teacher comes to us highly referred, undergoes extensive screening and comprehensive training. They are selected for their educational credentials, proven ability to work with elementary grade students and their enthusiasm for science. We hire the best and it shows!
How our Camps work
Great science projects; camp cheers; sing songs. Each day starts with a camp rally to get the day started with energy and spirit. Camp counselors then lead campers through the first morning project. After the morning project, campers will play a game or engage in a critical thinking project followed by the second science project. We end each morning with a Group RAP (Review, Acknowledge and Praise) and say good-bye to our half day campers. After lunch, we then repeat the agenda in the afternoon with all different projects. Most locations run from 9-3:30 pm for full day camps and 9-12 and 12:30-3:30 for half day camps. The day is full of fun and exciting science, camp games, and songs. It’s the “Best Summer Camp Ever”.
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