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Sponsored by the College of Sciences and Mathematics at Auburn University

Registration for Summer 2015 Science Matters will open February, 9 2015!

2014 Course Descriptions

About Science Matters

Does your child like exploring the outdoors? Is he creative or always taking things apart? Does she love solving problems? Do your kids excel at math or science? If you found yourself answering yes to any of these questions or you have a rising first through sixth grade child who shows high interest or aptitude in science, math, or technology-related subjects, you should definitely send your child to Science Matters at Auburn University! They'll have a blast, and you'll feel great about positively contributing to your child's education during summer break!

Science Matters is a summer enrichment program for elementary students in rising grades 1-6 offering youngsters a supercharged science experience. The program allows participants to explore the world of science through real experiments, technology and art projects, and hands-on, make-n-take activities. During this action-packed program, kids can design and build, dabble in the art of chemistry, become a flight specialist, see amazing critters, and more! Science Matters offers six different science-themed weeks for rising 1st-4th graders to choose from and four weeks for rising 5th-6th graders to enjoy. Parents may choose between the Regular Day option from 8am-3:30pm or the Extended Day option from 8am-5pm. Prices range from $170 - $240 per week/child. Multiple week discounts are available. Courses fill on a first-come-first-serve basis, so be sure to register today!

Program Fees Include:

  • All materials

  • Experienced science instructors

  • Science Matters tote bag

  • Morning and afternoon snacks

  • Special Science Matters T-shirt

  • Exploratory Activities (exclusive
    on-campus science tours, local
    trips, and/or great demo shows)

For more information contact Kristen Bond at kdb0022@auburn.edu or by phone at 344-844-5769.

Last updated: 07/29/2014