Sarah's Science: Save $40/Week on all Remaining Camp Sessions!

Summer & Holiday Camps
City: 
SF Bay Area
Ages: 
Preschoolers, Kinder, School-Aged, Preteens

At Sarah’s Science, we make learning science fun!

Summer is nearly over and we have a sweet treat just for you. All remaining camp sessions have been discounted by $40 through the end of the summer. Be sure to spread the word and let your friends know about this special sale. We always love getting kids hooked on science. Join us August 5 - 9 for "Enchanted Forest!" Campers will build fun toys and projects while learning all about motors, levers, propellers, and more. Locations in Berkeley and Oakland for campers ages 4+. 

Some of the science project highlights include:

  • Make a magical motorized fluttering fairy
  • Race your propeller powered unicorn over the rainbow
  • Fabricate a fire-breathing dragon
  • On Freaky Friday, dress up as a fairy, gnome, or your favorite mystical creature
  • And 3 more projects + swimming, hiking, music, art, and more!

Launch into summer with:
Rockets, Robots, Castles, Catapults, Magic, Microorganisms, and More!
PLUS: Hands-On Science • Hiking • Music • Art • Swimming • Games

Summer Camp 2019 Sessions with Availability:

  • August 5 – 9: Enchanted Forest
  • August 12 – 16: Me and My Robot
  • August 19 – 23: Sarah's Favorite Projects

At Sarah's Science and This Land is your Land Summer Day Camp, your child will discover just how fun learning can be! Sarah’s Science blends traditional camp activities like arts and crafts, hiking, games, and swimming with a unique hands-on science and nature curriculum. Each week of camp is centered around an exciting theme and campers make and take home a fun science project every day. Sarah’s goal is for every child to have a summer filled with outrageous fun in a beautiful, natural setting. Weekly sessions are available through August 24 in Berkeley and Oakland.

For more information or to enroll, visit our website or call (510) 581-3739.

Contact
Sarah's Science
info [at] sarahscience.com
(510) 581-3739