The Corinth School District is excited to host a series of Saturday camps, where students will discover how STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) connects to the world around us through fun, hands-on experiments and experiences. The first STEM Saturday is Saturday, September 17 at Corinth Elementary School from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with lunch provided. Children will explore a number of STEM concepts through age-appropriate activities, including:
Weather--Students will learn about the water cycle and extreme weather, creating “clouds in a jar” and a tornado simulation.
Physical Science--Students will learn about static electricity through fun balloon exercises, chemical properties through blowing up a balloon without using air, how to create “clean mud,” and will build an active geyser.
Engineering and Design--Students will work in teams, competing to design and build the tallest marshmallow tower. Students will also design their own “marble maze,” racing to see who can complete the mazes more quickly.
Space Exploration--Students will discuss planet properties and will create a prototype of their own unique planet. Students will also construct their own constellations.
Coding and Robotics--Students will explore coding concepts through creating their own fitness program and will race robots across an obstacle course.
Students in grades PK-6 grades are invited to sign up for the Saturday, September 17 session at the following link: https://forms.gle/XiJh6uHiSUhdXiSU6
Carline will begin at 8:30 a.m. and students will need to be picked up by no later than 2:30 p.m. Transportation will be provided as needed.
Lunch will be provided by Magnolia Regional Healthcare.
Please save the date and make plans to attend future STEM Saturday events as well!
Saturday, October 29
Saturday, December 10
Saturday, February 11
Saturday, April 15