CampStem in Tennessee is a STEM focused summer camp for kids grades K-6!
camp STEM is a Murfreesboro, Tn, based science and math camp founded on the principle that students want exciting, challenging, and life impacting summer STEM experiences. The camp is committed to demonstrating how STEM works in the real world by providing hands on activities in Earth Science, Astronomy, Aerospace, and Robotics.
camp STEM now offers 4 different themed science camps and 4 weeks of inquiry-based STEM experiences. We operate a convenient summer day camp for students in grades K-6, on the campus of MTSU, and the Global Mall at the Crossings in Antioch, Tn.
Our unique STEM programs are designed to meet the needs of children in grades K-6. Next generation science standards based lessons help engage students in observation, measurement, identification of physical and chemical properties, and experimentation involving hands on science concepts. The weekly camps are hands-on lessons that students enjoy and will genuinely learn from.
The Middle Tennessee area supports the work of camp STEM and thanks the community for its support of this critical initiative for Tennessee. The many students who experience camp STEM will receive real-world, hands on training so they can be prepared for STEM challenges.
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