Camp Invention encourages interest in STEM

Camp Invention encourages interest in STEM

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

A nationally recognized summer program has made it's way to Lubbock.

Camp Invention, hosted by Lubbock Cooper Central Elementary, encourages children entering kindergarten through sixth grade to explore the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM. 

Through hands-on activities campers learn creativity, innovation, and real-world problem solving to inspire an inventive spirit. 

Jeremy Wagner Director of STEM and Academics 

<"Getting kids something that they can learn like touching, doing, and feeling is one of the best ways we can get any student to learn."

<And this kind of camp a really structured kind of interesting outside of the norm setting for the kids to experience those things without the pressure of school.. <12:17-12:25> 8 seconds

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Camp Invention lasts through July 27th. 

For additional information or to find a camp near you, visit: Camp Invention
Learn more about this year’s all-new curriculum.

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