Camp Invention

  • Camp Invention ® is returning to Jackson School District!

    July 18-21, 2022 @ Switlik Elementary School

    75 West Veterans Highway, Jackson NJ 08527

    8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Open to Students Entering Grades 1-6 in Sept. 2022


    Camp Fee is $270

    Register Through This Link for Camp Invention

    or call 800.968.4332

    See Camp Invention Site for More Details


    Introducing the 2022 program, Explore! 

    Give your young innovator an unforgettable adventure! All-new, hands-on activities will launch their imagination and get their confidence soaring as they explore STEM fun from the oceans to outer space.

    Read more about what your camper will do each day at camp:

    PROBLEM-SOLVING  
    Campers create a habitat for their own aquatic animal — complete with a symbiotic friend — and prototype the next great aquatic innovation to lure in and hook investors at the fish market. 
     
    CONFIDENCE  
    Inspired by real space exploration, children construct a Spacepack, engineer an Astro-Arm device, complete gravity-defying cooking challenges, mine asteroids and observe erupting ice volcanoes.  
     
    CREATIVITY  
    Making exciting connections between science and art, campers build their own robotic artist to make awesome spin art and discover how inventions have changed the way people create. 
     
    PERSISTENCE  
    Children experiment with the fun of physics and engineering when they build and test their own mega marble arcade, then take on collaborative challenges to level up their design thinking. 

    Camp Invention is a nationally recognized program focused on creativity, innovation and the spirit of invention. The weeklong STEM program provides inquiry-based activities that give rising
    1st through 6th grade students the opportunity to accomplish goals while solidifying teamwork skills. Students complete a project per day and become familiar with well-known patent holders through recorded video messages from National Inventors Hall of Fame Inductees and Collegiate Inventors Competition Finalists.