Looking for exciting camps for your kids?

Head to Atomz Lab for some EXPLODING SCIENCE FUN. Every day, campers will be elbow-deep in fun experiments! Goggles aren't just for the pool!

2019 Atomz Lab Summer Camps
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Rockin' Robotics I - August 12-13 / 12:00 to 3:00 PM (Rising 3rd to 5th graders) $99
*Rockin' Robotics II - August 14-15 / 12:00 to 3:00 PM (Rising 3rd to 5th graders) $99
*Must complete Rockin' Robotics I to register for II. Register both and save $10.
 

Build and program a robot using LEGO EV3® MINDSTORMS® bricks and computer software!

 Everyone will learn how to create a flowchart and design their own program for their robot.  All hands-on for budding engineers!


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Charlotte Latin School

ALL CHARLOTTE LATIN CAMP PRICES

PRICE: $210

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 WEEK 1: JUNE 10-14       

Crazy Chemistry 

AGE: 5-7 years
TIME: 9 a.m. – noon

Crazy Chemistry 

AGE: 7-11 years
TIME: 1-4 p.m.

DANGER: You may get a bit messy and have way too much fun in this camp. If you can’t wait to be elbow-deep in messy science experiments, put on your goggles and lab coat and let’s get crazy (chemistry)! Design, create and test oozing, slimy, awesomely gross substances that all kids adore, and to bring home. Prepare to blow up, blast off, and explode. Who would have thought chemistry would be so much fun!

WEEK 2: JUNE 17-21

The Wonder Of Space

AGE: 5-7 years
TIME: 9 a.m. – noon

Have a budding astronaut, astronomer, or child with infinity and beyond passion for space? Don’t miss out on signing them up for an out-of-this-world experience! They’ll get to explore the solar system and conduct fun, hands-on experiments including making their own lander and telescope tube. All of the kids will enjoy creating their own rockets that they get to launch and experience a day of being an astronaut!

Hogwarts I

AGE: 7-11 years
TIME: 1-4 p.m.

Jump through platform 9 ¾ and onto the Hogwarts Express to conduct these wizardly science experiments. Compete for the House Cup with fun games, engaging activities, and, of course, incredible potions. Learn the fiery art of dragon-keeping to join the elite ranks at a dragon sanctuary. Help Fred and George get ready for the grand opening of their joke shop as so much more!

WEEK 3: JUNE 24-28

Pirates & Fairies, Oh My! 

AGE: 5-7 years
TIME: 9 a.m. – noon

Does your little person adore the thought of journeying the high seas with a patch on one eye? How about flying around sprinkling a bit of fairy dust here and there? Joining us on a journey to an island of adventures will bring imagination and fun to a whole new level! No matter what your child’s themed obsession, they’ll love the opportunity to discover science behind their favorite characters. Discover how to escape quicksand, create treasure maps with secret messages, or make your own magic dust and robot!

Science Goes Pop (Culture) 

AGE: 7-11 years
TIME: 1-4 p.m.

Minecraft, Star Wars, Finding Dory, Harry Potter and much more! Is it real or “movie magic”? Let your kid test their hypothesis with fun experiments. They’ll discover the science behind some of their favorite movies, video games, and television shows! Goggles, science, action!

WEEK 4: JULY 8-12

Under the Sea Discovery

AGE: 5-7 years
TIME: 9 a.m. – noon

Watch out – it’s a shark! Phew, that was close. Your child doesn’t have to be able to swim to enjoy discovering these underwater mysteries and adventures. The kids will be “overwhaled” with excitement to learn more about some of their favorite aquatic friends. They’ll also be able to dive into science and learn through hands on experiments, such as making their very own coral reefs and sea jellies, which can be taken home!

Marine Biology 

AGE: 7-10 years
TIME: 1-4 p.m.

Why do sea jellies glow? What do summer flounder look like? What sea creatures can camouflage themselves? Explore under the warm waters of a coral reef! Discover how to protect these important ocean habitats and all the cool creatures that live there. Practice ways to reduce the amount of plastic floating in the ocean and investigate the best way to clean up an oil spill. Dive right into the cool science of the sea!

WEEK 5: JULY 15-19

Into the Wild World of Nature 

AGE: 5-7 years
TIME: 9 a.m. – noon

What, where, who, how? What is a nocturnal animal? Where can you find something that helps your garden grow? Who can change their colors based on mood? How can you make a habitat? Learn the importance of earthworms and create a worm hotel, make a unique bird feeder, go on a scavenger hunt, and so much more! Let your child find out about the wild side of science through hands-on experiments.

Outdoor Adventures

AGE: 7-11 years
TIME: 1-4 p.m.

Build and launch experiments such as rockets, screaming balloons, surprising catapults, and gigantic bubbles that will introduce your growing scientist to the exhilarating side of science. Your camper will be able to build their own models to learn about the power of flight through testing Bernoulli’s Principle and Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Adding to the adventures, we’ll include messy explosions and fun challenges along the way.

WEEK 6: JULY 22-26

Science Goes Pop (Culture) 

AGE: 7-11 years
TIME: 1-4 p.m.

Minecraft, Star Wars, Finding Dory, Harry Potter and much more! Is it real or “movie magic”? Let your kid test their hypothesis with fun experiments. They’ll discover the science behind some of their favorite movies, video games, and television shows! Goggles, science, action!

Hogwarts II 

AGE: 7-11 years
TIME: 1-4 p.m.

Hop on board again for the second year at Hogwarts. Beware of Basilisk bubbles as you venture through a series of tasks while competing in a Triwizard Tournament. Create magical glowing, exploding and foaming potions that will excite and amaze. Explore the world of Fantastic Beasts and where to find them. Take a look at some behind the scenes secrets that your Potter enthusiast will not want to miss!


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Questions? 704/651-8989 or atomzlab@gmail.com
We are located at Zimmer Business Park, 429 Zimmer Road, Building 7, Indian Land, SC

Right off of Rte 521 and New Town Road


 


"I just wanted to share with you how much fun my daughter had at your camp this week! She shared all the creative activities she participated in each day when I picked her up from camp, and she is already talking about possibly having a "science birthday" with you!"  Katie, Charlotte



"I want to take a moment to tell you thank you for your enthusiasm and love for science and taking it to a unbelievably fun level with kids. My son loves experimenting."  Amy, Charlotte







"Thank you for providing such a wonderful and enriching experience for my kids. They loved your classes!"  Dana, Charlotte



Wesley Chapel Volunteer Fire Department's Bob Maple shows students how oxygen is administered at our First Aid Workshop.
 
"Thank you so much for a FUN and informative week!  Our daughter had a blast and can't stop talking about all the "neat" stuff she has learned!   We appreciated your attention to detail and follow-up that you provided each evening, because it allowed us to start a conversation about what she learned!"  Natasha, Charlotte