NOVA Camp: Health & Human Anatomy Strengthens Minds and Muscles
All of Keystone Science School NOVA Day Camps (ages 11 -13) incorporate leadership and specific skills creating a unique week for each camper. NOVA Camp: Health and Human Anatomy, June 17th-21st, is a perfect combination of Science Adventure, and FUN! Throughout the week, campers will learn about the human body along with the lifelong skill of First Aid and CPR taught by KSS Camp Director, Seth Oglesby.
They’ll start the week off with some yoga and an amazing discovery hike as each camper learns about their own body and how it reacts to stress, strain, and meditation. Throughout each activity, campers will learn about bones, muscles, and basic human health.
Their week will also include career development opportunities including a tour of an athletic training facility where they will explore the different types of careers within athletic training.
Campers will also take a trip to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science to see the Human Health exhibit. The exhibition gallery at the museum features highly-interactive, highly-personalized activities where campers will be able to immerse themselves in a theater experience that will engage all of their senses.
Following this program, each camper will have the skills to understand their bodies limitations while also preparing each camper to provide basic first aid. This is the perfect program for any aspiring athlete, teen babysitter, or teen with a desire to learn about careers dealing with the human body.
Click here to register for Nova Camp!