Easter Camps

Children are separated into ATOMS : 6-8 years and MOLECULES 9-11 years but will be in the same room together. If siblings, cousins or friends want to be in a group together, just tell us in the morning ūüôā¬†Some Examples of our activities this Easter will include: EGG speriments ! Floating egg, egg smashing, egg physics,walking on eggs! Egg engineering .
 
When/Where: One day only in various locations (see below)
Times: 9am Р2pm 
Ages: 6-11 years
Cost: ‚ā¨45 per child¬†
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Other Activities Include:

Slime making ; slime suits & punch the slime!(Long-chain polymerisation, Newtonian & Non-Newtonian fluids) Giant Smoke cannons (Force, Vectors) Van Der Graff generator & plasma ball madness! (electricity ) Coke & Mentos Geyser (force and nucleation) Elephant Toothpaste:Bubbling foaming potion ! (Hydrogen peroxide, Potassium Iodide chemical reaction) Fossils; make your own fossil. Illusions;How movies are made and how the eye tricks the brain Forensics;Crime scene science , fingerprints & DNA and much much more….. Bring a snack and packed lunch! Wear old clothes.

 

Easter Dates 2019

Monday 15th April: MALAHIDE, DUNBOYNE, SWORDS
Tuesday 16th April: KNOCKLYON, MAYNOOTH & NAAS
Wednesday 17th April: BALBRIGGIN, HOWTH & DUNBOYNE
Thursday 18th April: GLENAGEARY
Friday 19th April: CELBRIDGE & SWORDS
Tuesday 23rd April: GREYSTONES, LEIXLIP & SWORDS
Wednesday 24th April: GREYSTONES, KNOCKLYON & SANDYMOUNT
Thursday 25th April: HOWTH, MALAHIDE, LEIXLIP & RATHFARNHAM
Friday 26th April: CLONTARF GLENAGEARY GREYSTONES & NAAS
MORE LOCATION WILL BE ADDED BY END OF February 2019
TO BOOK: Please book and pay online www.junioreinsteinsscienceclub.com Click¬† ‘Book Camp’
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR CHILD IS NOT BOOKED UNTIL FULL PAYMENT IS MADE

Summer Camps

Children are separated into ATOMS : 6-8 years and MOLECULES 9-11 years but will be in the same room together. If siblings, cousins or friends want to be in a group together, just tell us in the morning ūüôā
 
When/Where: Week long camps in various locations (see below)
Times: Monday to Friday 9am Р2pm 
Ages: 6-11 years
Cost: ‚ā¨145 per week¬†
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Other Activities Include:

Our Science camps are very hands-on and children get to make and take home something most days including their own SLIME, FOSSILS, MODEL GLIDERS, RAINBOW GLASSES and MORE! They wear Lab coats and goggles! LOTS of OUTDOOR Fun with Bug Hunts, Rocket Races, Dinosaur Digs! SCIENCE CAMP FUN: Slime making (Long-chain polymerisation, Newtonian & Non-Newtonian fluids) Smoke cannons (Force, Vectors) Model planes (the principals of flight) & rockets Van Der Graff generator & plasma ball madness! (electricity) Coke & Mentos Geyser (force and nucleation) bridge building ( engineering) Magnets & make your own compass Lava lamps Forensic crime scene, fingerprinting and DNA Sunscreen /UV /glow in the dark science Elephant Toothpaste (Hydrogen peroxide, Potassium Iodide chemical reaction) Illusions ( How the eye tricks the brain) and much much more…….. We are scientists ,fully insured and Garda checked. What to bring: Old clothes ‚Äď lab coats are provided however science can be dirty work. Packed lunch, snack and drink Rain gear Sun hat and sunscreen.

 

Summer Dates 2019

Monday 1st July – Friday 5th July: Knocklyon, Naas & Swords
Monday 8th July РFriday 12th July: Glenageary, Maynooth & Rathfarnham
Monday 15th  July РFriday 19th July: Howth, Dunboyne & Swords
Monday 22nd July – Friday 26th July: Malahide, Dunboyne & Celbridge
Monday 29th  July РFriday August 2nd: Balbriggin & Clontarf
Monday 5th August – Friday 9th August: Greystones & Swords
Monday 12th August РFriday 16th August: Howth, Malahide & Dunboyne
Monday 19th August РFriday 23rd August: Glenageary, Knocklyon, Maynooth & Naas
MORE DATES  & VENUES TO  BE ADDED BY FEBRUARY 2019
TO BOOK: Please book and pay online www.junioreinsteinsscienceclub.com Click¬† ‘Book Camp’
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR CHILD IS NOT BOOKED UNTIL FULL PAYMENT IS MADE

Our Halloween Camps will be running in October 2019 Рmore details will become available soon! 

LOTS of OUTDOOR Fun with Bug Hunts, Rocket Races and Dinosaur Digs!

SCIENCE CAMP FUN

Slime making (Long-chain polymerisation, Newtonian & Non-Newtonian fluids) Smoke cannons (Force, Vectors) Model planes (the principals of flight) & rockets Van Der Graff generator & plasma ball madness! (electricity) Coke & Mentos Geyser (force and nucleation) bridge building ( engineering) Magnets & make your own compass Lava lamps Forensic crime scene, fingerprinting and DNA Sunscreen /UV /glow in the dark science Elephant Toothpaste (Hydrogen peroxide, Potassium Iodide chemical reaction) Illusions ( How the eye tricks the brain) and much much more…

We are scientists ,fully insured and Garda checked. What to bring: Old clothes ‚Äď lab coats are provided however science can be dirty work. Packed lunch, snack and drink Rain gear Sun hat and sunscreen.

Science Camps

Science Hallowe’en, Easter & Summer Camps

Our¬†Junior Einsteins Science Club¬†SUMMER¬†CAMPS¬†are¬†WEEK¬†LONG¬†in various locations. They run from Monday to Friday 9am ‚Äď 2pm and are for ages 6-11 years.¬†The cost for each Science Camp is ‚ā¨145.

Children are separated into ATOMS : 6-8 years and MOLECULES 9-11 years but will be in the same room together. If siblings, cousins or friends want to be in a group together, just tell us in the morning. Our Science camps are very hands-on and children get to make and take home something most days including their own SLIME, FOSSILS, MODEL GLIDERS, RAINBOW GLASSES and MORE! They wear Lab coats and goggles! Please book early to avoid disappointment as our camps are very popular!

SEARCH SCIENCE CAMPS
This camp may well have changed my daughter’s life. She came for the slime – very reluctantly. Each day she became more and more enthusiastic. So our 9 year old who would normally have limited interest in this type of thing was entirely gripped. By dinner on Friday evening she regaled us with facts about tectonic plates, how Greenland was formed, lightning, bees, oil spills, explosions… for about an hour. Every detail was correct, some we didn’t even know.

Since then she’s been asking are there secondary schools where you can just study science, all about careers in science, what you can study in university, how much you get paid!… She’s even planning to dress up as a dead scientist for Hallowe’en! In one week you have communicated the fun and endless fascination of science in a way that had just clicked for this little girl. Thank you so much!

Ciara, Science Summer Camp 2018