Defy Gravity By Camping with #Google This Week!

I had mentioned last week about a free way to engage your kids over the summer called Camp Google. The activities are designed for children ages 7 - 10 and are a great way to have fun with the entire family. 

Each week has a different theme filled with numerous video clips, activities, and ways to earn cool badges. 

Each activity is carefully designed to be engaging, create background knowledge, and provide hands-on experiences. This week's theme is all about space. Here are some of the highlights:
  • Learn how to defy gravity by making your own zero-gravity zone out of magnets, cardboard, and pencils!
  • What are constellations? This week's activity provides you with a quick way to make your own constellation using a flashlight, cupcake liner, and toothpicks.
  • Learn all about surviving in space and help NASA create space food for astronauts 
Very little effort is needed on your part and each activity provides kids with meaningful and engaging ways to explore content. Each week brings a new set of activities and themes. Explore the ocean, space, nature, and music! As students complete each week's set of activities and challenges, they get to earn new badges of completion. Jump in anytime!

Do you have questions about Camp Google? Check out these FAQ's.


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