Invite us to your Fundraiser, Science Night, School Carnival, Community Event, or any Bay Area event you have! Experienced guest presenters will lead thrilling hands-on science or technology booths and keep attendees enthralled. Choose from catapults, seed suitcases, pop rockets, stomp rockets, slime, giant bubbles, and more! Events offered January – May, 2015.
|Marketing||Passing out of camp materials||No charge
|Hands-on Science||Choose from a variety of activities||$100*
|Hands-on Technology||Choose from your choice of projects||$150*
*Note: Flexible pricing available for schools that qualify
Check out the new and exciting science projects being offered this season!
- NEW Bubbles: Students learn what it takes to make bubbles while creating colorful bubble “snakes.”
- NEW Catapults: Students discover simple machines as they learn about the lever while building a puffball-launching catapult.
- NEW Seed Suitcases: Students explore the concepts of seed dispersal while creating a seed suitcase that will allow them to plant flowers anywhere!
Prefer one of our exciting favorites?
- Slime: Students learn the difference between a “mixture” and a “chemical reaction” as they mix glue, water and detergent to create a fun and slimy Non- Newtonian fluid!
- Pop Rockets: Students learn the fundamentals of a chemical reaction when we create a gas by mixing an acid and a base to launch a mini rocket high into the air.
- Stomp Rockets: 3-2-1-Blast Off!!! Students learn about the forces of “push” and “pull” and simple machines as they launch air propelled rockets.
- Watershed: What in the world is a watershed? Our ‘Watershed World’ presentation challenges student assumptions about the abundance of water on Earth by examining the water cycle and how water moves around our planet.
- Hoopsters: Students learn about the forces of gravity, lift, thrust, and drag as they create futuristic paper airplanes that glide across the sky!
Edventure More is excited to launch our Tech Booths for 2015! These booths are a just a taste of our exciting Maker and Video Gaming programs for Camp Edmo and Camp EdTech.
- NEW 2-D Video Mods: Students will get an introduction into coding and a chance to modify a 2-D Video Game using Scratch.
- NEW LED Bling: Harness the powers of conductivity while showing off your style with LED Bling. Using a simple LED circuit you’ll create a light up jewel to be a attached to your own blinged out ring, bracelet, or unicorn horn!
These are events held during the 2013-14 School Year:
- Neil Cummins Science Night
- Sacred Heart Science Fair
- French American Summer Camp Fair
- Strawberry Point Science Night
- Baywood Elementary School Science Fair
- San Mateo Family Resource Fair
- Contra Costa Camp Fair
- California Academy of Sciences Family Night
- Family Resources Fair – Hillsdale Shopping Mall
- Happy Valley Elementary Science Fair
- No TV Family Dinner – De Vargas Elementary
- Springhill Elementary Science Fair
- Summer Activities Expo – Hillsdale Shopping Mall
- Westgate Camp Fair – San Jose
- Marshall Lane Elementary Science and Math Night
- Jose Ortega Summer Resources Night
- Lafayette Elementary Science Fair
- San Francisco Summer Resource Fair
- AAUW Oakland Piedmont Branch Summer Camps and Programs Fair
- Stanford University’s Summer Activities Fair
- Children’s Activities Fair – The shops at Tanforan
- Edventure More Camp Fair at Sports Basement!
- Rainbow Chinese School Spring Festival
- NetApp Summer Camp Fair
- Burton Valley Elementary School Science Fair
- Rancho Romero Science Day
- Spring Carnival at Harvey Milk Elementary
- Egg Edventure Hunt at Twin Pines Park, Belmont
- Woodside Earth Day Festival
- DFES Art Night
- Science Night at Lum Elementary
- Lakeshore Elementary Superhero Saturday
- Earth Day Celebration in Los Altos Hills
- Playworks Fun Run
- Miraloma Elementary Spring Festival
- Creativity Day at Children’s Creativity Museum
- Claire Lilienthal’s May Fair
- Hands on the Arts Festival in Sunnyvale
- Miraloma Elementary Spring Festival
- De Vargas Open House
- Science Olympiad at Roosevelt Elementary, Burlingame
- Festival in the Park at Hellyer County Park, San Jose
Edventure More’s Summer Planning Workshop is for parents interested in:
- Preventing Summer Learning Loss
- Providing their children with a well-rounded summer
- Finding summer programs that continue learning started at school
- Enrichment programs that include the latest learning approaches
- Preparing their child child for success at school, and life
Our Summer Planning Workshop is led by Edventure More Co-Founders Ed Caballero and Sharon Mor and includes individualized tools to plan for a powerful summer.
$100 for a 1-hour workshop.
Invite an enthusiastic, knowledgeable Edventure More presenter to host a hands-on science assembly at your school and watch students’ curiosity grow! Each assembly includes fascinating visual aids, awe-inspiring demonstrations and engaging, individualized hands-on science activities. We tailor each assembly to your school’s student body size and needs.
Please call to hear more about our assembly themes!
- One assembly: $380
- Two assemblies: $500
You are a CEO of a STEM-based corporation. You are a concerned PTA parent. You are a mobilizer in the Educational Reform movement. You are paving the way in our children’s futures, and we stand with you. Book us to present at your next education panel and we will leave your colleagues curious, engaged and connected.
Check out some of the places Edventure More will be in 2015!
French American Summer Camp Fair 1/31
French American International School
150 Oak Street between Gough and Franklin
San Francisco Summer Resource Fair 2/7
Balboa High School
1000 Cayuga Ave
10:00 – 2:00
AAAS Family Science Days 2/14 – 2/15
San Jose Convention Center
150 West San Carlos Street
11:00 – 5:00
Summer Activities Expo 3/1
Hillsdale Shopping Center
Sixty 31st Avenue
12:00 – 4:00
AAUW Summer Camps and Programs Fair 3/8
Scottish Rite Center
12:30 – 4:30
Stanford Summer Activities Fair 3/12
Stanford – Oak Lounge at Tresidder
459 Lagunita Dr., 2nd Fl.
11:00 – 1:30
Marin Camp Fair 3/15
Dominican University of California
Conlan Center Gymnasium
1475 Grand Ave
10:00 – 1:00
Woodside Earth Fair 3/28
Woodside Mounted Patrol Grounds
521 Kings Mountain Road
11:00 – 3:00
Dog Fest 4/18
Duboce Ave and Noe St
11:00 – 4:00
Silicon Valley Camp Fair (South Bay) 4/18
Cherry Chase School
1138 Heatherstone Way
11:00 – 2:00
Silicon Valley Camp Fair (Peninsula) 4/19
Cubberley Community Center Pavilion
4000 Middlefield Rd.
11:00 – 2:00
Alameda Earth Day Festival 4/25
740 Central Ave
10:00 – 3:00
Twin Pines Park Earth Day 4/25
Twin Pines Park
9:00 – 12:00
Los Altos Earth Day Celebration 4/26
Westwind Community Barn
27210 Altamont Road
Los Altos Hills
1:00 – 4:00
Hands on the Arts Festival 5/16
Sunnyvale Community Center
550 East Remington Drive
10:00 – 4:00
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