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  • Clever Concoctions & Incredible Inventions

    Explore chemical reactions in a super fun slimy way as we create all kinds of ooey gooey, sticky, bouncy, slimy mixtures. Solve fun engineering problems to expand your creative thinking!
  • Curiosity Challenge

    There are so many questions about the world around us and how things work. We will do a series of experiments to discover the answers to some of these mysterious questions. Then, we’ll work to develop explanations of why things happen the way they do and make observations like how long it takes to melt ice in different environments. We will also do an egg drop competition and try to improve our designs.
  • Curious Critters

    Join this factual, fictional and fun exploration of the world of animals. Did you know there are dancing frogs, fish that can climb rocks and a bird that can make its throat as big as a football? Learn about these amazing animals and more. Bring your stuffed animals to hang out with and explore the world of animals and literacy!
  • Extreme Chemistry - Kit & Virtual Class

    Join Science Explorers in a virtual laboratory as we become extreme chemists! We will investigate the Periodic Table and learn about its families with fun and exciting experiments as we discover the science side of STEM. We will break some chemical bonds, get messy with polymers and much more. Our classes are hands-on...so be ready for a mess! Extreme Chemistry Kit contains an outline and most of the materials needed to complete this pre-recorded class. A 30-day link will be provided to access a private video on YouTube. It is recommended that an adult is available to assist with technology and experiment difficulties. Kit Includes: an outline to indicate supplies needed for each experiment blank Periodic Table pH color chart dropper and spoon 30ml measuring cup Magic Snow purple cabbage extract magnesium powder vinegar and citric acid powder baking soda, salt and rice liquid starch and glue iodine weakened with water storage bowl with lid shaving cream, travel size nail sand paper and more Materials Not Included with Kit: internet access Tablet or a laptop/computer to view the pre-recorded class. A non-carpet workspace, near a sink, that can get messy (kitchen table). sink and water crayons or color pencils towel or paper towel for spills pitcher cups and bowls scissors plate 10 pennies old markers, optional tray, optional to help contain spills tape, optional Kit Warnings: WARNING--Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING-- This kit contain citric acid, which is a naturally occurring weak acid found in fruit. Wash hands after conducting experiments. If left on hands, can cause skin irritation. WARNING:SHARP POINT HAZARD--Toy contains functional sharp point. Not for children under 4 years of age.
  • Fabulous Fashionista

    Come to this amazing camp and make this summer unforgettable as you create your own sparkly accessories, like pendants, rings and more with a mix of amazing stones, beads and crystals you grow yourself! As you do, learn why crystals are magical reflectors of light and the science behind them. Add a pinch of imagination as you create your own super cool packages to take home your very personal creations.
  • Full STEAM Ahead: Minnesota

    Explore our great state of Minnesota through a STEAM lens. Use your scientific thinking skills to experiment with nature and explore natural landmarks. We will make observations in our nature center as well as create art related to geography and nature. We will also put your creative writing skills to work to journal about your adventures.
  • Glam Lab

    Fizzy bath bombs, shimmering lip balm, soaps, shower dough, glam goo, exfoliating salt scrub and many more fun science experiments. In this camp, where science meets glam, you and your friends will have a blast concocting all types of beauty and bath products while you learn the science behind them all. Add a pinch of imagination as you create super cool packages and more to take home your very personal creations. Be prepared to get messy! Bring a towel and wear clothes that can get messy.
  • Jr. Engineering in the Great Outdoors

    Pack your bags and lace up your hiking boots because at Camp Kelvin, we are engineering designs to help us explore the great outdoors. Construct a tent, engineer your own survival pack, make s’mores in your own solar oven and more! Join us for a week of fun and adventure where everyone goes home a happy camper!
  • Magic School Bus: Dinosaurs, Space and Weather

    Get on the bus with Ms. Frizzle and discover the magical interconnections of our world using literature, science, art, physical activities and cooking. Shrink down to become a raindrop to understand the cycle of water and how weather works. Travel to the time of dinosaurs and decide what type of dinosaur you would be, eat dinosaur food and learn why they became extinct. Understand space and meteorites and even create a space snack.
  • Marsh Life

    Bring your rain boots and your curiosity as we explore the lakefront and its marshy edges. Here we will discover the dozens of species of small water creatures called macro invertebrates. We will catch some tadpoles and find the nesting areas of migratory birds such as the Baltimore oriole and the smaller American redstart. As we work near the water’s edge, the osprey and bald eagle as well as the trumpeter swan family will keep us entertained. This habitat is loaded with many species of mammals, birds, insects and amphibians.
  • Rainbow Science & Art

    This camp is all about color! We’ll dive into the science behind the colors of the rainbow as we experiment, mix and even create our own colors. We’ll tap into our creative side and try our hand at painting with all of the colors, experimenting and much more! Join for a very colorful and exciting camp!
  • STEM Sampler - Kit & Virtual Class

    Join Science Explorers in a virtual laboratory as we explore three areas of STEM. Discover the science side of STEM as we learn the difference between chemical and physical changes with sloppy, slimy, and messy experiments. Investigate technology as we learn if our hand is really quicker than the eye with various fun optical illusions. Then, discover engineering and math as we construct a marble roller coaster to learn about physics. This virtual class is filled with engaging experiments and activities. The kit will contain an outline and most of the materials needed to complete the pre-recorded class. A 30-day link will be provided to access a private video on YouTube. It is recommended that an adult is present to help with any technical or experiment difficulties. Kit Includes: an outline to indicate supplies needed for each experiment/activity dropper and spoon baking soda, citric acid and washing powder Magic Crystals color tablet storage bowl with lid 30ml measuring cup liquid starch pony beads paper CD spinner 3D glasses craft tubes paper plates and straws marble and much more Materials Not Included with Kit: internet access Tablet or laptop/computer to view the pre-recorded class. A non-carpet workspace, near a sink, that can get messy (kitchen table). sink and water scissors pencil and markers glue clear cup, cups and bowls paper towels, optional tray to contain mess, optional old markers, optional stapler, optional ruler, optional Kit Warnings: WARNING--Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING-- This kit contain citric acid, which is a naturally occurring weak acid found in fruit. Wash hands after conducting experiments. If left on hands, can cause skin irritation. WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age. WARNING: CHOCKING HAZARD--Toy contains small ball. Not for children under 3 years of age.
  • STEM Sampler At Home Kit 1

    This at home kit with an activity guide will be mailed directly to your home. Please make sure your address is in your profile when registering. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult - ages 8+. Experimenting under adult supervision - ages 12+. Have fun with three STEM topics...chemistry, aerospace and electricity. Your budding scientist with explore the three most common states of matter in our environment: a solid, liquid and a gas. Discover the four forces that allow planes and rockets to fly: thrust, drag, weight and lift. You will experiment with these forces through fun, hands-on experiments and activities while using a paratrooper to investigate drag, a disk launcher to explore lift and more. Build and test an electromagnet and learn how the electromagnetic field was first discovered. Kit Includes: 1 plastic zip bag 1 small square of paper towel 1 spoon 1 dropper (pipette) 1 set of color tablets (red/blue/yellow) 6 spoonfuls of baking soda 5 spoonfuls of citric acid (naturally found in fruit) 1 spoonful of popcorn kernels 1 paratrooper with rubber band 1 glider with nose cone 1 disk launcher 1 foam shape 4 paper clips 1 AA battery 1 D cell battery 1 compass, size will vary 2 meal fasteners 6 paper clips 1 wire, 1.5 feet long 2 wires, 6 inches long 1-4x5 inch cardboard 1 steel nail, 2.5 inches long color crayons, 4 colors Activity Guide for States of Matter, Flight 101 and Electromagnet Materials Not Included with Kit: Water, a half measuring cup, a bowl or tray, 3-clear cups, tape and a table. Kit Warnings: WARNING--Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING-- This kit contain citric acid, which is a naturally occurring weak acid found in fruit. Wash hands after conducting experiments. If left on hands, can cause skin irritation. WARNING:SHARP POINT HAZARD--Toy contains functional sharp point. Not for children under 4 years of age. WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age. Please be aware--The metal parts of the electromagnet can sometimes become warm or hot to the touch. If this happens, turn the electromagnet off. Allow the electromagnet to cool down before using again.
  • STEM Sampler At Home Kit 2

    This at home kit with an activity guide will be mailed directly to your home. Please make sure your address is in your Eleyo profile when registering. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult - ages 8+. Experimenting under adult supervision - ages 12+. Have fun with two STEM topics...engineering and chemistry with pH. Take your first steps into engineering by designing and building your own Art-Bot. These fun and silly robots are popular with both children and adults. Using the included activity guide, with detailed picture instructions, the fun begins as you build your own Art-Bot with a motor, battery holder and more! Give your robot a personality with the craft supplies included in the kit. This STEM kit is not just hands-on....it is hands-in. Step into your own science lab to test the pH of six everyday substances. The exciting part of testing for pH is that the mixture changes color. The final color will indicate if the substance tested is an acid, a base or a neutral. This experiment will have your child excited about the science side of STEM! Enough pH indicator will be provided so this experiment can be conducted again to test other items found around your home. Kit Includes: 1-AA battery 1-AA battery holder 1 hobby motor, 1.5 volt with wires 1 piece of cardboard with 2 pre-punched holes, 1x2 inches 1 paper clip 2 metal fasteners 1 large paper cup, color may vary 1 clothes pin, half 3 markers, colors will vary 4 pipe cleaners, assorted colors 6 pom-poms, assorted colors and sizes 6 wiggle eyes, assorted colors and sizes 3 feathers, assorted colors and sizes 4 4x4 inch construction paper, assorted colors 1 pipette (dropper) 1 tsp of dried purple cabbage extract 1 tsp of citric acid 1 tsp of baking soda 1 tsp of salt 1 tsp of sugar 1 tsp of vinegar powder 1 tsp of alum 1 craft stick 1 spoon Activity Guide for Art Bot and ph Testing Materials Not Included with Kit: Tape, glue, scissors, paper, 2-7 clear cups and optional paper towels. Kit Warnings: WARNING: Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING: This kit contain citric acid, which is a naturally occurring weak acid found in fruit. Wash hands after conducting experiments. If left on hands, can cause skin irritation. WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age. WARNING: The motor’s shaft spins at 1500 rpm, so keep shaft away from eyes, face and hair. Kit includes 1 AA battery.
  • STEM Sampler At Home Kit 3

    This at home kit with an activity guide will be mailed directly to your home. Please make sure your address is in your Eleyo profile when registering. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult - ages 8+. Experimenting under adult supervision - ages 12+. Have fun with two hands-on STEM topics...slime and catapults. In this DIY kit, you will first investigate the chemical reaction that creates slime. Mix up your own batches of glow, silky and floam slimes as you discover why slime is delightfully bouncy, stretchy and gooey. Build three different catapults to examine how levers, energy and Newton's Laws of Motion all work together as you fling ping-pong balls while practicing your launching and aiming skills. This kit is more than hands-on...it’s hands in! It is recommended that an adult be available to assist with any technical or experiment difficulties. Kit Includes: 3 bowls with lids for slime storage 2 measure cups, 1 oz each 1 bottle of glue, 4 oz 1 oz liquid starch 1 oz liquid laundry detergent 1/4 teaspoon borax 1/4 teaspoon glow powder 2 T. floam pellets 1 package of Model Magic 2 colors of tempera paint, 1/4 teaspoon each 3 straws 4 craft sticks for mixing 11 large craft sticks 35 regular craft sticks 1 roll of 1/2-inch tape 3 small paper cups 3 balls 1 dowel 4 rubber bands 1 straw at 1-inch long The Science of Slime Activity Guide Crazy Catapults Activity Guide Materials Not Included with Kit: Water, paper towels, scissors Internet Access Tablet or laptop/computer to join the virtual class. A non-carpet workspace, near a sink, that can get messy (kitchen table). Kit Warnings: WARNING: Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD--Toy contains small ball. Not for children under 3 years of age.
  • Survivor in the Big Woods

    Minnesota can experience -30 to 100+ degree temperatures all in the same year! We will learn tips on how to be better protected from these extremes, learn about survival car kits, what to keep in your backpacks and where our weather actually comes from. You will build a shelter, build a fire, catch water and learn about an important medicinal plant.
  • The Ocean Deep

    Discover the magical interconnections of our oceans using science, literature and art. Did you know a reef manta ray spans nearly five meters, sperm whales sleep upside down and some shark species have been here longer than trees? Learn more about the liquid that covers 90% of our earth. Explore and learn about the water cycle, journey into the ocean and learn to think like a fish. Dive into the very deepest parts of the ocean to learn about the strange creatures that live there.
  • Wizard School - Kit & Virtual Class

    Join Science Explorers as we investigate a virtual wizard’s laboratory. You will become an apprentice of Wizard Todd as you learn the science behind the magic. Wizard Todd will teach you to harness electricity to make your own wand. You will also explore the secret world of alchemy as you create scientific potions and more in this fun, hands-on imaginative class. A 30-day link will be provided to access a private video on YouTube. It is recommended that an adult is available to assist with any technical or experiment difficulties. Kit Includes: private link to a pre-recorded class on YouTube can be viewed for 30 days an outline to indicate supplies needed for each experiment/activity pipette and spoon Model Magic Items to make a light up wand. Powders for a fun transfiguration experiment along with purple cabbage extract dragon glider Pop Rocks...will eat a few. and much more! Materials Not Included with Kit: internet access Tablet or a laptop/computer to view the pre-recorded class. sink and water water pitcher cups and bowls markers tape and scissors paper towels optional, ribbon, string and paints A complete list will be provided in the outline. Kit Warnings: WARNING--Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.