The Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative at Columbus State University will stage a trio of gender and age-group-specific summer camps that bridge math with mystery-solving, games, art, technology, sports statistics, architecture and more. Each camp takes place Monday-Friday, June 20-24 at Columbus High School, 1700 Cherokee Ave.:
• PSI (Problem Solving Investigators), 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m. is designed for students 8-11-years old. Campers will act as scientists, explorers and detectives as they investigate mathematical ideas and engage in various hands-on explorations involving mystery solving, puzzles and games.
• PRIME Camp, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., is for girls entering grades 6-8, who will explore mathematical connections to art, science, games, puzzles, and technology. The camp is designed to illustrate connections between math and many areas of the participants' lives.
• POWER Camp, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., is for boys entering grades 6-8, who will explore the mathematical foundation to sports statistics, architecture, art and design, rockets, games, puzzles and technology.
To register, go to http://crmc.columbusstate.edu/camps.php or contact Kenneth Jones at 706-568-2480.
|Start Date:||6/20/2011||Start Time:||9:00 AM|
|End Date:||6/20/2011||End Time:||4:00 PM|
|This event recurs daily until 6/24/2011. Click here to see the series dates.
(SOURCE: COLUMBUS STATE UNIVERSITY)
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