Junior camp is a three day camp and many of the campers’ families came with them and enjoyed touring the Creation Museum and visiting other attractions in the area while their young person performed experiments, built robots, and was equipped to think biblically about STEM.
Our theme for all of the Ci 3.0 summer camps is energy and many of our activities are structured around this idea. As junior campers participated in their activities they often had to work together to accomplish tasks so they learned the important lesson of teamwork. Here are some of the various activities these young campers undertook:
Campers also made ice cream (that was a yummy activity!), attended a Snakes Alive workshop where they learned about and even got to hold various reptiles, rode a camel, got a bit dirty studying fossils, learned a biblical view of aliens at the world-class Stargazer’s Planetarium, flew drones and discussed drone technology, and, of course, toured the Creation Museum and learned about biblical history and science.
Our desire and prayer for these campers is that their love of science was fueled through hands-on STEM activities, but, more than that, we pray that they were inspired to think biblically and to view science through the lens of God’s Word. Our combination of STEM and apologetics is unique to any other camp and is desperately needed in a day and age when naturalistic and evolutionary thinking almost seems to overwhelm any science discussion. At Camp Infinity we are dedicated to being a part of raising up a generation of scientists who love both science and the Word of God. You can learn more about our camps at CampInfinity.com/camps/