LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College will host Camp Invention, a summer camp for youths entering grades one to six, on June 20-24 at the Williams Conference Center on the LCSC campus.
The camp; which focuses on innovation, creative problem-solving, and teamwork; offers kids the chance to build original prototypes using real tools and components, to explore the lives of giant insects and colorful animals in their environments, to construct and personalize a solar-powered cricket, and to discover the science of slime, demolition, electronic sound, giant squid, and coding.
The cost is $220 per camper for the five days of activities, which run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Those who register before May 10 using the promo code “SPRING” will pay a discounted rate of $205.
For any questions, call camp director and LCSC chemistry professor Rachel Jameton at 208-792-2268.