Duke School Summer Camp 2020

Week 2, June 22-26

WEEK 2—VIRTUAL CAMP OFFERINGS

TIME TRAVEL JOURNEYS
Ages 9-14
Morning Session 9 AM to 12 PM

What if you could travel back in time to the best moments of your childhood (your favorite games, toys, songs, tv shows, snacks, friends, etc.) and ahead to the most exciting experiences of your future in high school, college, career paths, and retirement? Where would you go? What would you do? 
Time Travel Journeys is like a virtual road trip where you hop in a time machine and explore who you were when you were younger, who you want to become when you are older, and how these discoveries can help you understand and appreciate who you are today. Get ready to find goofy old photos, play with Play-Doh and Legos, build epic forts, and explore the world’s coolest jobs you could have one day. It’s your whole life in one epic time travel journey.
$175
Director: Mike Iskandar
   

A Little Bit of Everything Camp
Ages 10-15
Afternoon Session: 1-4 PM
In this fun camp, we will do some cooking, kitchen safety, and food safety—culminating , campers will also be baking, measuring, and learning the science of baking. We did say a little bit of everything right? Campers will also learn to make and take home DIY face masks, bath bombs, and soap. Finally, we will, of course, be adding some more fun to the camp with glitter and some art along with a little bit of yoga. If you want a camp that will keep you on your toes all week this is the camp for you.
$225

Arts Crafts and Games
Ages 6- 8
Morning Session: 9 AM to 12 PM
Baking cookies, cupcakes cakes, and something sweet crafts could include painting, nature activities, and learning to growing plants in our own room, sewing, and DIY art projects.
$175
Director: Imani Simpson

Middle School Study Skills Referesher Camp
Ages 9-15
Morning (9 AM to 12 PM) and Afternoon Sessions (1-4 PM) available
Campers will do a variety of activities, games, exploration, and learning that will orient them and introduce (or re-introduce) them to middle school academics, organizational systems, research, and the importance of grit and keeping a positive attitude and outlook. Focuses include what they don’t know yet (if they’re rising fifth, such as topics they may have touched upon in fourth but are not yet fluent with, like the decimal system and working with decimals) and what they do or should know (nuts & bolts academics - grammar, reading comprehension, research, and math facts and fluency). There will also be time allotted for regular camp things, games, outdoor time, snacks, etc., in order to break up the monotony and keep the day fun and exciting for all campers.
$175
Director: Mike Szott

Create and Design Camp
Ages 7-10
Afternoon Session: 1-4 PM
We are not inventing the wheel but making it a little smoother. If your child has old clothes and you do not know what to do with them, then have no fear. The children will learn how to recycle old clothes and make them look new again. While learning a little history and fun facts in the process too.   All they will need is old tee shirt, fabric scissors, tape, socks, stuffers, pom poms, yarn and buttons. Supplies for this camp will be made available via contactless pick up at Duke School. 
$225
Directors: TBD

Chefs in Training- Vegetarian/Veggies Week
Ages 11-15
Morning (9 AM to 12 PM) and Afternoon Sessions (1-4 PM) available
Want to learn how to cook a cheap and delicious meal in less than 30 minutes? Want to experiment with new fruits, vegetables, meat, meat alternatives, and ways of cooking such as vegetarian and vegan? Come join us for Chefs in Training during summer camp! All food for camp will be available for contact less pick up at Duke School. 
$275
Director: Catherine Rancourt

Science Fiction and Creative Wiring
Ages 9-15
Morning Session: 9 AM to 12 PM
Do you like getting lost in the world of books? Would you like to learn the tools necessary to create your own imaginative universe? In Science Fiction Creative Writing, you will learn from the master’s of this genre and use their work to inspire stories of your own! By the end of the course, a blank sheet of paper will no longer represent a wasteland, but rather a canvas of possibilities.
$175
Director: Day Edgal

Build and Code Robot
Ages 4-5
Morning Session: 9 AM to 12 PM
Have you ever wanted to design and create your own robot? Have you ever wondered about how computers work and how they communicate? You’ll do all of this and you’ll have a blast all week long creating and programming your own original working robot! Each camper will receive their very own robot prior to camp! A desktop computer or laptop is required to programming the robot. All marterials needed for camp will be mailed to families prior to the start of camp. 
$225
In Cooperation with TechTerra Education

Solar Science 
Ages 6-8
Afternoon Session: 1-4 PM
Look up at the sky, but only for an instant, what do you see? If you’re looking up during the daytime, shield your eyes and join us for Solar science and see the power of our closest star, the sun, in action. Learn about solar power and how we harness the sun's tremendous energy. You’ll cook, no stove needed, and make your own robot, powered only by the sun! Each camper will receive a solar science station and a cockroach… don’t worry, it’s a robotic cockroach.All marterials needed for camp will be mailed to families prior to the start of camp. 
$220
In Cooperation with TechTerra Education

Growga Yoga and Mindfulnesss: Family Core Strength and Breathing
Ages 4-5
Morning Session: 9 AM to 12 PM
In this camp, parents and campers will learn mindfulness techniques to help them emotionally regulate, build meaningful relationships, and focus on the fullness of life, all in a fun and accessible environment. Each day will include yoga, core work, stretching and flexibilty training, art and free play while incorporating mindfulness into each activity. We will also have a surprise activity daily and learn about all facets of healthy living, including cooking, listening, scavenger hunts, and more.
$175
In Cooperation with Growga

REV Engineers
Ages 10-15
Full Day Camp (9 AM to 4 PM)
Campers enter into the world of engineering and robotics with Arduinos as they wire, build, and code their custom Creator Bots! This class is great for the hands-on tinkerers and engineers of tomorrow who love to figure out how things work and put robots and circuits together. We also focus on the code - as campers code their Creator Bots to conquer fun challenges and then learn to code their Arduinos to integrate motors, lights, sounds, claws, sensors, and more! Campers race their bots at the end of the week!
$420
Offered in Cooperation with CodeREV

Google Innovation and Creation Camp (Formerly Makers Camp)-Light up Origami
Ages 10-15
Morning (9 AM to 12 PM) and Afternoon Sessions (1-4 PM) available
Welcome to the Google Affiliated Innovation and Design camp movement! Innovation and Design are inspired by the maker movement, which brings together people who like to create, make and explore - all while having FUN! Campers in Innovation and Design Camp will have opportunities to tinker, question, experiment, try something new, challenge themselves, work in virtual teams, and get a little messy! Join us for a week of “making” awesome projects, virtual "field trips," and connecting with like-minded young makers from around the world on Google+. Innovation and Design Camp will inspire your camper to embrace their inner maker, get their hands dirty, fix some things, break some things, and have a lot of fun doing it!
$275
Director: Willie Nicholson
 3716 Erwin Road, Durham, NC 27705  
Ph:(919) 493-1827 • Fax: (919) 419-1185
 
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