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Ages 7-12 years
If your child enjoys nature, critters, conducting experiments, building stuff, and simply finding out how and why things work then we have an adventure for them! Science Eye & ECO STEEAM Experience provides engaging, hands-on, inquiry-based programs that enables children to explore the world around them, gain new insights and make them aware that science is an exciting part of everything they do.

The days are filled with interactive-learning simulations, games, animal encounters, nature, crafts and more. Our goal is to have fun while instilling self-confidence, develop critical thinking skills and to create a positive relationship with the environment.
Camp Activities
Every day is filled with science exploration activities that build on current scientific principles from the life, physical and Earth/space sciences. Campers are immersed into the roles of scientists in the different scientific fields making observations, conducting experiments, participating in field studies, engaging with each other and so much more…as they would in real life. By participating in fun, interactive, hands-on projects, campers learn to explore the world around them to gain new insights in becoming better Scientists and Environmental Stewards.
Life Sciences

floraWe will cover the gamut of life sciences from the microscopic to the ecosystem level and how it’s all connected, so it’s all affected.  Although we may explore different ecosystems found around the world, one of the focuses each week will be on those specific to Florida including its flora and fauna. Campers will immerse themselves in nature exploring a variety of different methods that real biologists use to study both in the lab and in the field.  Various interactive hands-on activities may include catching, indentifying, and classifying small aquatic animals, identifying different animal calls, and nature photography.  Each day campers will return home as an Ecologist, Animal Behaviorist, Wildlife Manager, Cell Biologist, or Geneticist. We build on what your child has learned or will learn in school so they can teach you a thing or two about their natural world.

recycleAt Science Eye we want our science campers and future Environmental Stewards to understand the impact we have on our biosphere, so we also explore various environmental issues that are affecting our planet. We may conduct water quality tests investigating possible sources of pollution, look at soil erosion, deforestation, and ocean dumping. However, we know it is important to find positive solutions to these problems and we have awesome activities that cover alternative energy, resource conservation, and ethical angling.

Physical & Engineering Sciences
roller coasterAfter attending camp, the physical sciences will no longer be overlooked.  At our science camp we investigate why we observe certain actions and reactions as we conduct some exciting and sometimes messy experiments, demonstrating different principles, laws, and theories that Newton, Bernoulli, and others have described.  Your physicist will have a blast testing these ideas. What our campers learn will shock and amaze you.

Building on the fundamentals learned with the physical sciences, the inquisitive young mind will be able to apply them to engineering problems that we then test. Can the campers solve various scenarios by engineering a solution based off physics principles? Is it possible to build a vehicle out of stuff in the junk drawer and make it go? What would it take to knock down a castle wall? Our camp has an answer(s) for each of these questions. We further build on the Scientific Method and S.T.E.M., but in a way that your child will never forget.

Earth & Space Sciences

Throughout the various weeks, campers may become a Geologists, Paleontologists, Meteorologists or Astronomers. Our different hands-on activities help make what can be a dull topic into a completely engaging one. We will be able to cover the span of a few billion years into the week (we are that good) as our newly minted scientists come home with their awesome discoveries.  They may be able to mine precious gems or perhaps even excavate a piece of dinosaur bone or megaladon tooth. We make sure not only are the campers able to identify what they discover but how it formed in the first place.  In addition, our campers may be able to make a weather forecast for that night or even the next morning after they hone their sky reading skills.  Who needs the Weather Channel when you can have a Science Safari camper?

We feel a good scientist has a well rounded knowledge base, so don't be surprised if our activities also get involved with Archeology, Forensics, Cultural Sciences, Math, Geography and more. We will cover different aspects and activities for each of these science groups.
Field Trip Friday
Everglades Holiday Park Airboat Ride - Campers will ride on an airboat to find out how human impact on our unique wetlands affects water quality as well as participate in a roaming bird survey.
Camp Details
2020 Camp Dates, Times & Registration Deadlines

Week 1

Dates March 23-27
9am to 4pm
March 22  
On-line registration closes at 1pm the Sunday before camp starts. If you wish to register after the deadline, please email, as space might still be available.
Field Trip Friday EHP Airboat Ride  

Camp is located at Everglades Holiday Park - Science Eye Labshack 21940 Griffin Rd, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33332

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Registration Cost
Cost Full Week Each Day
$275 $60
* On-line registration closes at 1pm the Sunday before camp starts. If you wish to register after the deadline, please email, as space might still be available.
Before Care & After Care
Before care is $10/child/day from 8am-8:45am. After care from 4pm-5pm is $20/child/day. After care from 5pm-6pm is $30/child/day. After 6pm the rate is $5/minute.
Payment Options

We can receive payment by cash, check, or Credit Card/PayPal (note a $10 fee will be added to credit card charges).

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Pre-registration is required!
To register, click on "Registration Form" button below and fill out the information requested. Camp will be cancelled if the minimum number of 7 registered campers is not met by the registration deadline. Max number of campers is 10.

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