The worlds leading provider of hands-on
science activities for children is coming to Fayetteville.
Starting July 19, kids will be able to touch, feel,
and taste what science is really all about at Mad
Science Summer Camp. Children will build rockets,
make recycled paper, learn secret codes and why
airplanes fly. Camp will take place at Fayetteville
First United Methodist Church.
Mad Science summer camp is a fun alternative for
educational summer fun! The camp is broken down
into two, one-week sessions. The first is week
is Rockin Rockets and Aerodynamics, and the
next is Claws, Codes and Constellations. Each camp
day, kids will participate in a full day of hands-on
activities including cool take-home activities,
like Mad Science Skyblazer Rockets!
Mad Science is an international organization that
was founded in 1993 and currently services children
in 142 locations in 22 countries around world,
including the Atlanta location. We have a mission
to spark the imagination and curiosity of children
everywhere by providing them with fun, entertaining
and educational activities that instill a clear
understanding of what science is really about and
how it affects the world around them.
Mad Science offers in-class workshops, after school
enrichment programs, summer camps, school assemblies,
special events, birthday parties, and a series
of Scholastic books for children 3 to 12
years old. All Mad Science programs are developed
by a team of professional educators, scientists,
and entertainers to ensure that they are accurate,
educational, and fun. Themes include rocketry,
lasers, sound modulation, space, indoor fireworks,
and over 70 more topics.
The Fayetteville summer camp is still open and
it is on sale! For a limited time, kids can experience
a full week of summer science fun for only $150.
Applications can be obtained from Fayetteville
First UMC or our website at www.madscienceofatlanta.com.
We will also be registering for camp at our
Super Science Show at Fayetteville Public Library
today at 10 a.m.