The College of Education and Department of Early Childhood and Special Education will host “Super Kids 2013,” a camp with three science-driven courses for students entering Grades 1-3.
Courses offered this year are:
- Young Oceanographers and the Ocean – Super Kids will investigate what makes the ocean salty, where the water comes from, and characteristics of ocean creatures.
- Young Zoologists and the Animal Kingdom – Super Kids will discover the unique characteristics of five different animal groups.
- Young Ecologists and the Rainforest – Super Kids will learn how the rainforest affects our air, weather, and lives.
The Super Kids take all three courses during any one of the four-week sessions offered from June 3 to June 28.
Following lunch, a brief session will be devoted to lessons focused on friendship building, helping others, and believing in self. The motto, Once A Super Kid Always A Super Kid, is discussed as well as ways to demonstrate super action.
Applications will be processed on a first-come basis. Enrollment will include all three courses.
More Information is available by calling 501.450.3171 or accessing online www.uca.edu/superkids.
UCA Super Kids 2013 is directed by Dr. Mark Cooper and Dr. Rene’ Crow, faculty members of the Department of Early Childhood & Special Education.