Campers Measure the amount of oxygen coming in and carbon dioxide going out of the body before and after activity.
Campers act out energy transformations and transfers as a unit of energy.
Campers design and create an object that will use the energy from the sun to cook s’mores.
Campers measure and compute the amount of calories a piece of food will provide for our bodies.
Campers will construct a cooler to limit a transfer of thermal energy.
Campers built their own Rube Goldberg machine that would use energy or momentum transfers to ring a bell.
Moms, dads, and kids of all ages love family camp. Parents get to learn all about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) during special demonstrations, helping them understand the field that has captivated the interest of their child. And kids of all ages get to learn more about STEM by doing daily hands-on activities and experiments including things like robotics, geocaching, straw towers, egg drop, and geodesic dome. And the activities change every year, bringing families back for more.
We’ve recently wrapped up a very fun and successful junior camp for students in grades 3 through 6. Thirty-eight enthusiastic campers from ten different states all gathered in Northern Kentucky to learn about STEM and God’s Word. We had a great week with these young campers and were thrilled to be able to help grow their love of science and deepen their understanding of God’s Word.
Teen Day Camp is a week of fun, fellowship, and learning. Campers participated in a host of hands-on STEM activities and more during our recent Teen Day Camp at the Creation Museum. It’s been a busy summer at Camp Infinity as we welcome new and returning campers each week for a different camp—it’s certainly keeping us on our toes! Well, we recently completed our Teen Day Camp at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky. It was an exciting week of fun, fellowship, and learning.
We live in a day and age when God’s Word is constantly being questioned, ridiculed, and mocked. Young people, especially those who attend public school or who plan on attending a secular, or even a Christian, university, will find that their faith is constantly being called into question and God’s Word is not giving the respect it deserves. Sadly, an atheistic and naturalistic worldview is the dominant worldview in academia and the media.