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Spring Camp 2K17

Spring Into Action With Mysterious Machines" Exploit the power of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Engineering to solve and recreate the mystery.

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testimonials

"My son is really enjoying camp and loving it! He is so excited and proud of all the things he learns about. The update email you sent with the activities and pictures helps me ask the right questions and he opens up more and tells me about his day. This was exactly what we were looking for to get him engaged in learning about science."

"This has been their favorite camp all summer!"

"I think my husband and I are looking forward to this camp as much as [our daughter] is. I am afraid if I brought the girls back to the SED lab they will never want to leave. Because of the [Fun Physics] camp, we purchased a chess set and she is teaching me and her little sister. I got several games she talked about as well as a circuit activity she will receive for Christmas. SED is truly wonderful and I can't wait to experience more with both girls as they grow."

"The boys have loved the SED camps and the instructors. It has been a very positive experience!"

"[My daughter] is having a BLAST. She can't wait for next summer. This was the best camp ever!"

"Both of my boys had a blast in this week's camp. I was so thrilled to find my 9 year old finally found something so interesting about the periodic table that he can't stop talking about it when I pick him up. Though my oldest one skipped the first day and had to leave almost an hour early daily, he has been so excited about everything he learned in the class. I really appreciate the instructors' patience and also willingness to work with us on his schedule. Again. I am so glad that I had the opportunity to sign both of them up for these two courses this week."

"[My son] is looking forward to the camp - I don't know what y�all did to him, but he loves SED!"

"We've tried to put him in engineering stuff before and it was boring, but this camp is awesome!"

WEEK 01 (Irving K-4) - SENSORY ROBOTS

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 02 (Irving K-4) - DESIGN CHALLENGE

The students will participate in planning organization and critical thinking and use only the supplied materials to design their mystery challenge. The challenges will be progressively harder for different grades and performance levels of the students! The mystery design will cover all the areas in physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and medicine.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 03 (Irving K-4) - TINY WORLD OF MICROBES

Ever wondered how bread is so fluffy and tasty? Do you know how microbes, plant and animal cells look under the microscope? What tiny microbes are growing in our air conditioners? And, do you want to grow your own mold?!! Well, you will find answers and methods to these and several other intriguing questions in this course. Students will discover the hidden beauty of the microscopic world and how they impact every second of our lives by exploring microbes, plant and animal cells.


WEEK 04 (Irving K-4) - SCITECH ZONE

This camp provides great mix of science and technology experiences from our everyday life. It starts with space, rockets and flights, cars and automation, a theme that has fascinates all! Students learn about jet propulsion and NASA’s newer ion engines and propulsion system that allow orbiting multiple galactic bodies. They will explore how planets and satellite orbit. They will delve deep into self driving cars and alternative sources of energy and bioreactors.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 05 (Irving K-4) - COLOR RIOT

Learn the science of color and its usage through hands-on projects. This arts and crafts camp is designed specifically to ignite the analytical skills and senses of the students using cognitive and mathematical tools. It will be a magical camp filled with fun and learning. They will learn to create fireworks in the lab under safe conditions, learn about the color wheel, create colorful slime and use glasses and mirrors to explore the magical world of colors!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 06 (Irving K-4) - DISEASE DETECTIVES

Students learn and play the role of their favorite Doctor. Includes a visit by a physician and paramedic and learn from them how they play a vital role in health care. Students will also unravel the mysteries of common human diseases by detangling different symptoms, and diagnosing them by designing diagnostic assay. A mystery disease challenge is part of the camp! There is not a dull moment in this popular camp!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 07 (Irving K-4) - STEM CHALLENGE

This week offers open-ended projects to encourage kids to ask super cool questions, think creatively, and design innovative solutions on certain topics. We chose to focus on gravity for this summer’s STEM challenge week. Ever wondered about the amazing force of gravity and its ability to pull everything towards earth? How do some objects “defy” gravity? How can a parachute stay afloat in the air without being pulled down to earth? Here is a tough one; what is a gravity well, and can you design one? There is so much more, so come and learn for yourself!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 08 (Irving K-4) - NATURE SCIENCE

Enjoy the amazing world of nature with our cool experiments and games. Join us for an adventure that delves deep into mysteries of living organisms immediately around us and as far away as the never ending universe. You will learn how plants make their own food. You will wander into the universe and learn about the different types of moons, craters and black holes and the mysterious dwarf planet Pluto.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 09 (Irving K-4) - FORENSIC DETECTIVES

Want to join the CSI force? We have the camp that is just right for you! This week you will be the detective that will help solve a crime. You will design a crime scene by role play, gather evidences by fingerprinting, blood grouping and solve the case!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 10 (Irving K-4) - ROBOTICS

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 11 (Irving K-4) - GASTRONAUTS FOOD SCIENCE

Good food is the cure to everything! Want to dig deep into the science that makes food taste so good? Want to know how packaged foods last so long? Through baking, cooking and making candies, campers learn the art of managing chemical reactions. They understand the physical, chemical and biological makeup of food and become a conscious eater! They will explore and design different food chain models, learn how processed food impacts our lifestyle, and get introduced food technology (packaging).
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 01 (Frisco K-4) - GASTRONAUTS FOOD SCIENCE

Good food is the cure to everything! Want to dig deep into the science that makes food taste so good? Want to know how packaged foods last so long? Through baking, cooking and making candies, campers learn the art of managing chemical reactions. They understand the physical, chemical and biological makeup of food and become a conscious eater! They will explore and design different food chain models, learn how processed food impacts our lifestyle, and get introduced food technology (packaging).

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 02 (Frisco K-4) - SENSORY ROBOTS

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 03 (Frisco K-4) - DESIGN CHALLENGE

The students will participate in planning organization and critical thinking and use only the supplied materials to design their mystery challenge. The challenges will be progressively harder for different grades and performance levels of the students! The mystery design will cover all the areas in physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and medicine.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 04 (Frisco K-4) - TINY WORLD OF MICROBES

Ever wondered how bread is so fluffy and tasty? Do you know how microbes, plant and animal cells look under the microscope? What tiny microbes are growing in our air conditioners? And, do you want to grow your own mold?!! Well, you will find answers and methods to these and several other intriguing questions in this course. Students will discover the hidden beauty of the microscopic world and how they impact every second of our lives by exploring microbes, plant and animal cells. 

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.




WEEK 01 (Coppell K-4) - DESIGN CHALLENGE

The students will participate in planning organization and critical thinking and use only the supplied materials to design their mystery challenge. The challenges will be progressively harder for different grades and performance levels of the students! The mystery design will cover all the areas in physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and medicine.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 02 (Coppell K-4) - TINY WORLD OF MICROBES

Ever wondered how bread is so fluffy and tasty? Do you know how microbes, plant and animal cells look under the microscope? What tiny microbes are growing in our air conditioners? And, do you want to grow your own mold?!! Well, you will find answers and methods to these and several other intriguing questions in this course. Students will discover the hidden beauty of the microscopic world and how they impact every second of our lives by exploring microbes, plant and animal cells. 
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 03 (Coppell K-4) - SCITECH ZONE

This camp provides great mix of science and technology experiences from our everyday life. It starts with space, rockets and flights, cars and automation, a theme that has fascinates all! Students learn about jet propulsion and NASA’s newer ion engines and propulsion system that allow orbiting multiple galactic bodies. They will explore how planets and satellite orbit. They will develop deep into self driving cars and alternative sources of energy and bioreactors. 

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 04 (Coppell K-4) - SENSORY ROBOTS

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 05 (Frisco K-4) - SCITECH ZONE

This camp provides great mix of science and technology experiences from our everyday life. It starts with space, rockets and flights, cars and automation, a theme that has fascinates all! Students learn about jet propulsion and NASA’s newer ion engines and propulsion system that allow orbiting multiple galactic bodies. They will explore how planets and satellite orbit. They will develop deep into self driving cars and alternative sources of energy and bioreactors. 
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 05 (Coppell K-4) - DISEASE DETECTIVES

Students learn and play the role of their favorite Doctor. Includes a visit by a physician and paramedic and learn from them how they play a vital role in health care. Students will also unravel the mysteries of common human diseases by detangling different symptoms, and diagnosing them by designing diagnostic assay. A mystery disease challenge is part of the camp! There is not a dull moment in this popular camp!

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 06 (Coppell K-4) - STEM CHALLENGE

This week offers open-ended projects to encourage kids to ask super cool questions, think creatively, and design innovative solutions on certain topics. We chose to focus on gravity for this summer’s STEM challenge week. Ever wondered about the amazing force of gravity and its ability to pull everything towards earth? How do some objects “defy” gravity? How can a parachute stay afloat in the air without being pulled down to earth? Here is a tough one; what is a gravity well, and can you design one? There is so much more, so come and learn for yourself!

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 07 (Coppell K-4) - NATURE SCIENCE

Enjoy the amazing world of nature with our cool experiments and games. Join us for an adventure that delves deep into mysteries of living organisms immediately around us and as far away as the never ending universe. You will learn how plants make their own food. You will wander into the universe and learn about the different types of moons, craters and black holes and the mysterious dwarf planet Pluto.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 08 (Coppell K-4) - FORENSIC DETECTIVES

Want to join the CSI force? We have the camp that is just right for you! This week you will be the detective that will help solve a crime. You will design a crime scene by role play, gather evidences by fingerprinting, blood grouping and solve the case!

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 09 (Coppell K-4) - ROBOTICS

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 10 (Coppell K-4) - GASTRONAUTS FOOD SCIENCE

Good food is the cure to everything! Want to dig deep into the science that makes food taste so good? Want to know how packaged foods last so long? Through baking, cooking and making candies, campers learn the art of managing chemical reactions. They understand the physical, chemical and biological makeup of food and become a conscious eater! They will explore and design different food chain models, learn how processed food impacts our lifestyle, and get introduced food technology (packaging).

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 11 (Coppell K-4) - COLOR RIOT

Learn the science of color and its usage through hands-on projects. This arts and crafts camp is designed specifically to ignite the analytical skills and senses of the students using cognitive and mathematical tools. It will be a magical camp filled with fun and learning. They will learn to create fireworks in the lab under safe conditions, learn about the color wheel, create colorful slime and use glasses and mirrors to explore the magical world of colors!

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 06 (Frisco K-4) - COLOR RIOT

Learn the science of color and its usage through hands-on projects. This arts and crafts camp is designed specifically to ignite the analytical skills and senses of the students using cognitive and mathematical tools. It will be a magical camp filled with fun and learning. They will learn to create fireworks in the lab under safe conditions, learn about the color wheel, create colorful slime and use glasses and mirrors to explore the magical world of colors!

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 07 (Frisco K-4) - DISEASE DETECTIVES

Students learn and play the role of their favorite Doctor. Includes a visit by a physician and paramedic and learn from them how they play a vital role in health care. Students will also unravel the mysteries of common human diseases by detangling different symptoms, and diagnosing them by designing diagnostic assay. A mystery disease challenge is part of the camp! There is not a dull moment in this popular camp!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 08 (Frisco K-4) - STEM CHALLENGE

This week offers open-ended projects to encourage kids to ask super cool questions, think creatively, and design innovative solutions on certain topics. We chose to focus on gravity for this summer’s STEM challenge week. Ever wondered about the amazing force of gravity and its ability to pull everything towards earth? How do some objects “defy” gravity? How can a parachute stay afloat in the air without being pulled down to earth? Here is a tough one; what is a gravity well, and can you design one? There is so much more, so come and learn for yourself!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 09 (Frisco K-4) - NATURE SCIENCE

Enjoy the amazing world of nature with our cool experiments and games. Join us for an adventure that delves deep into mysteries of living organisms immediately around us and as far away as the never ending universe. You will learn how plants make their own food. You will wander into the universe and learn about the different types of moons, craters and black holes and the mysterious dwarf planet Pluto.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 10 (Frisco K-4) - FORENSIC DETECTIVES

Want to join the CSI force? We have the camp that is just right for you! This week you will be the detective that will help solve a crime. You will design a crime scene by role play, gather evidences by fingerprinting, blood grouping and solve the case!

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 11 (Frisco K-4) - ROBOTICS

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.

Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 01 (Coppell 5-8) - DESIGN SQUAD

Hands on versatile challenges in medicine, technology and science through the concepts in engineering using restricted materials.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 02 (Coppell 5-8) - BIO MYSTERIES

Five miles south of the bustling port called Hague in Holland lived a stocky bright-eyed man called Antony van Leeuwenhoek, who spent most of his time examining fabrics and grinding lenses. There was nothing to indicate that he was one the verge of world changing discovery. He did not finish his elementary school and spoke an ungrammatical Dutch. His only asset-curiosity, excellent eye sight and dexterous fingers. But when he magnified droplets from stagnant pond he was thrilled to see ‘very many little animals’ as he wrote to Royal Society in London, ‘some with paws, some with tails, darting in every direction’. This began his journey to discovery of invisible life, which he called animalcules. This camp recreates the Leeuwenhoek’s extraordinary and profound journey into the ‘world of little’ as students discover the teeming life surrounding us and within!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 03 (Coppell 5-8) - SCI TECH LAB

SciTech zone provides great mix of science and technology experience. The camp starts with space, rockets and flights, a theme that has fascinated kids, scientists and commoners alike. Students learn about jet propulsion and NASA’s newer ion engines and propulsion system that allow orbiting multiple galactic bodies. Students hypothesize and build rockets and helicopters to test their predictions. Students then move on to harvest solar energy as they build their solar oven to learn absorption, insulation, heat loss and green house effect. Next, students are challenged to build a wire-loop game. The player holds the loop in one hand and attempts to guide it along the curved wire without touching the loop to the wire. The wire loop game has two challenges. In Challenge 1, students learn how electricity from a battery can be used to make sounds. In Challenge 2, students build their own wire loop game and then test their dexterity.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 04 (Coppell 5-8) - SHARK TANK

Here is a forum that will put you on the edge. You will budget, research, brainstorm, design and pitch your entrepreneurial product. Is it going to be a deal or a dud?
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 01 (Irving 5-8) - ROBO LAB

Robotics is a concrete and tangible way to develop intuition, analytical and cognitive skills required for careers in mathematics, engineering, physics and medical devices. Through 100% automation challenges, this camp teaches higher-ordered thinking through knowledge integration and application. The goal is develop interest and skillsets that is readily applicable and transferrable to a variety of careers.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 02 (Irving 5-8) - DESIGN SQUAD

Hands on versatile challenges in medicine, technology and science through the concepts in engineering using restricted materials.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 03 (Irving 5-8) - BIO MYSTERIES

Five miles south of the bustling port called Hague in Holland lived a stocky bright-eyed man called Antony van Leeuwenhoek, who spent most of his time examining fabrics and grinding lenses. There was nothing to indicate that he was one the verge of world changing discovery. He did not finish his elementary school and spoke an ungrammatical Dutch. His only asset-curiosity, excellent eye sight and dexterous fingers. But when he magnified droplets from stagnant pond he was thrilled to see ‘very many little animals’ as he wrote to Royal Society in London, ‘some with paws, some with tails, darting in every direction’. This began his journey to discovery of invisible life, which he called animalcules. This camp recreates the Leeuwenhoek’s extraordinary and profound journey into the ‘world of little’ as students discover the teeming life surrounding us and within!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 04 (Irving 5-8) - SCI TECH LAB

SciTech zone provides great mix of science and technology experience. The camp starts with space, rockets and flights, a theme that has fascinated kids, scientists and commoners alike. Students learn about jet propulsion and NASA’s newer ion engines and propulsion system that allow orbiting multiple galactic bodies. Students hypothesize and build rockets and helicopters to test their predictions. Students then move on to harvest solar energy as they build their solar oven to learn absorption, insulation, heat loss and green house effect. Next, students are challenged to build a wire-loop game. The player holds the loop in one hand and attempts to guide it along the curved wire without touching the loop to the wire. The wire loop game has two challenges. In Challenge 1, students learn how electricity from a battery can be used to make sounds. In Challenge 2, students build their own wire loop game and then test their dexterity.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 01 (Frisco 5-8) - FOOD CHEMISTRY

Students bake, ferment and cook, while experimenting and discovering concepts ranging from chemistry, physics, nutrition and Medicine. They discover how proteins, fat, fibers, carbohydrates, gluten, impact the taste as well as our health.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 02 (Frisco 5-8) - ROBO LAB

Robotics is a concrete and tangible way to develop intuition, analytical and cognitive skills required for careers in mathematics, engineering, physics and medical devices. Through 100% automation challenges, this camp teaches higher-ordered thinking through knowledge integration and application. The goal is develop interest and skillsets that is readily applicable and transferrable to a variety of careers.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 03 (Frisco 5-8) - DESIGN SQUAD

Hands on versatile challenges in medicine, technology and science through the concepts in engineering using restricted materials.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 04 (Frisco 5-8) - BIO MYSTERIES

Five miles south of the bustling port called Hague in Holland lived a stocky bright-eyed man called Antony van Leeuwenhoek, who spent most of his time examining fabrics and grinding lenses. There was nothing to indicate that he was one the verge of world changing discovery. He did not finish his elementary school and spoke an ungrammatical Dutch. His only asset-curiosity, excellent eye sight and dexterous fingers. But when he magnified droplets from stagnant pond he was thrilled to see ‘very many little animals’ as he wrote to Royal Society in London, ‘some with paws, some with tails, darting in every direction’. This began his journey to discovery of invisible life, which he called animalcules. This camp recreates the Leeuwenhoek’s extraordinary and profound journey into the ‘world of little’ as students discover the teeming life surrounding us and within!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 06 (Coppell 5-8) - JUNIOR MD DISEASE INVESTIGATORS

Call it precursor to career in medicine, or the delight of solving medical mysteries, you will diligently collect patient history, run tests, read reports, advice treatment and manage diseases. Experience the universal thrill and undeniable satisfaction of being knighted SED doctors!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 07 (Coppell 5-8) - ECO SCIENCE

Existence in the world depends on the interaction between living and non- living things. The two groups coexist, sharing and often competing resources. Through carefully designed experiments, students learn how subtle environmental changes trigger unfathomable changes, it is the story how things adapt, evolve, sometimes often with dire consequences.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 08 (Coppell 5-8) - ROBO LAB

Robotics is a concrete and tangible way to develop intuition, analytical and cognitive skills required for careers in mathematics, engineering, physics and medical devices. Through 100% automation challenges, this camp teaches higher-ordered thinking through knowledge integration and application. The goal is develop interest and skillsets that is readily applicable and transferrable to a variety of careers.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 09 (Coppell 5-8) - FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR

Forensic science is a vital part of the entire justice and regulatory system. Forensic scientists use of all available information to determine the facts and, subsequently, the truth. In a storyline apt for a novel, students first undergo forensic "training" by observing slides of common materials typically found by forensic investigators at a crime scene. Students are presented with a mock murder mystery and informed on the "evidence" collected at the crime scene. Students examine evidence, compare it to the testimonies of the suspects, and pinpoint the culprit.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 10 (Coppell 5-8) - FOOD CHEMISTRY

Students bake, ferment and cook, while experimenting and discovering concepts ranging from chemistry, physics, nutrition and Medicine. They discover how proteins, fat, fibers, carbohydrates, gluten, impact the taste as well as our health.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 11 (Coppell 5-8) - MED SCHOOL IN 5 DAYS

SED brings you an invaluable collection of hands on experience of Medical School. You will meet real doctors, and a med school student will be your primary instructor. The goal of the program is to help you grasp concepts so that you can make your career decision. You will learn about medical terminologies, physical examination, vital functions, microbes, nutrition, metabolism and diseases, while discovering how and why antibiotic resistance arises. You will perform a variety of tests to learn how some of the common medicines work.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 06 (Irving 5-8) - MED SCHOOL IN 5 DAYS

SED brings you an invaluable collection of hands on experience of Medical School. You will meet real doctors, and a med school student will be your primary instructor. The goal of the program is to help you grasp concepts so that you can make your career decision. You will learn about medical terminologies, physical examination, vital functions, microbes, nutrition, metabolism and diseases, while discovering how and why antibiotic resistance arises. You will perform a variety of tests to learn how some of the common medicines work.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 07 (Frisco 5-8) - MED SCHOOL IN 5 DAYS

SED brings you an invaluable collection of hands on experience of Medical School. You will meet real doctors, and a med school student will be your primary instructor. The goal of the program is to help you grasp concepts so that you can make your career decision. You will learn about medical terminologies, physical examination, vital functions, microbes, nutrition, metabolism and diseases, while discovering how and why antibiotic resistance arises. You will perform a variety of tests to learn how some of the common medicines work.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 08 (Irving 5-8) - ECO SCIENCE

Existence in the world depends on the interaction between living and non- living things. The two groups coexist, sharing and often competing resources. Through carefully designed experiments, students learn how subtle environmental changes trigger unfathomable changes, it is the story how things adapt, evolve, sometimes often with dire consequences.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 09 (Frisco 5-8) - ECO SCIENCE

Existence in the world depends on the interaction between living and non- living things. The two groups coexist, sharing and often competing resources. Through carefully designed experiments, students learn how subtle environmental changes trigger unfathomable changes, it is the story how things adapt, evolve, sometimes often with dire consequences.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 07 (Irving 5-8) - JUNIOR MD DISEASE INVESTIGATORS

Call it precursor to career in medicine, or the delight of solving medical mysteries, you will diligently collect patient history, run tests, read reports, advice treatment and manage diseases. Experience the universal thrill and undeniable satisfaction of being knighted SED doctors!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 08 (Frisco 5-8) - JUNIOR MD DISEASE INVESTIGATORS

Call it precursor to career in medicine, or the delight of solving medical mysteries, you will diligently collect patient history, run tests, read reports, advice treatment and manage diseases. Experience the universal thrill and undeniable satisfaction of being knighted SED doctors!
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 10 (Frisco 5-8) - FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR

Forensic science is a vital part of the entire justice and regulatory system. Forensic scientists use of all available information to determine the facts and, subsequently, the truth. In a storyline apt for a novel, students first undergo forensic "training" by observing slides of common materials typically found by forensic investigators at a crime scene. Students are presented with a mock murder mystery and informed on the "evidence" collected at the crime scene. Students examine evidence, compare it to the testimonies of the suspects, and pinpoint the culprit.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 09 (Irving 5-8) - FORENSIC INVESTIGATORS

Forensic science is a vital part of the entire justice and regulatory system. Forensic scientists use of all available information to determine the facts and, subsequently, the truth. In a storyline apt for a novel, students first undergo forensic "training" by observing slides of common materials typically found by forensic investigators at a crime scene. Students are presented with a mock murder mystery and informed on the "evidence" collected at the crime scene. Students examine evidence, compare it to the testimonies of the suspects, and pinpoint the culprit.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 11 (Frisco 5-8) - SUMO BOT CHALLENGE

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 10 (Irving 5-8) - SUMO BOT CHALLENGE

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 11 (Irving 5-8) - FOOD CHEMISTRY

Students bake, ferment and cook, while experimenting and discovering concepts ranging from chemistry, physics, nutrition and Medicine. They discover how proteins, fat, fibers, carbohydrates, gluten, impact the taste as well as our health.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 06 (Frisco 5-8) - SHARK TANK

Here is a forum that will put you on the edge. You will budget, research, brainstorm, design and pitch your entrepreneurial product. Is it going to be a deal or a dud?
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 05 (Irving 5-8) - SHARK TANK

Here is a forum that will put you on the edge. You will budget, research, brainstorm, design and pitch your entrepreneurial product. Is it going to be a deal or a dud?
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.


WEEK 05 (Frisco 5-8) - SCI TECH LAB

SciTech zone provides great mix of science and technology experience. The camp starts with space, rockets and flights, a theme that has fascinated kids, scientists and commoners alike. Students learn about jet propulsion and NASA’s newer ion engines and propulsion system that allow orbiting multiple galactic bodies. Students hypothesize and build rockets and helicopters to test their predictions. Students then move on to harvest solar energy as they build their solar oven to learn absorption, insulation, heat loss and green house effect. Next, students are challenged to build a wire-loop game. The player holds the loop in one hand and attempts to guide it along the curved wire without touching the loop to the wire. The wire loop game has two challenges. In Challenge 1, students learn how electricity from a battery can be used to make sounds. In Challenge 2, students build their own wire loop game and then test their dexterity.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.



WEEK 05 (Coppell 5-8) - SUMO BOT CHALLENGE

Learning technology is essential for solving problems facing the planet. Robotics is a rich medium for learning and applying technology, and is a powerful platform to master complex concepts in engineering, mathematical and physics. Through challenges, this camp teaches how to analyze, design, solve and trouble shoot problems. Students explore a variety of sensors, learn the fundamental concepts and apply them to win variety of problems in competing with fellow campers.
Session timings:
AM session: 8-9 AM drop-off, 9-12 PM camp activity, 12-12.30 PM: pick up
PM session: 12.30-1 PM drop-off, 1-4 PM camp activity, 4-5 PM: pick up
Full day: 8-9 AM drop off, AM session: 9-12 PM;
               Lunch: 12-1 PM (campers must bring their own lunch)
               PM session: 1-4 PM
               Pick up: 4-5 PM
Extended daycare: 5-6 PM at 10$ per day, to PM sessions or full day.

NOTE: Separate set of experiments and activities are planned for AM and PM sessions.