Aviation Day Camp
Explore the world of space travel!@
Entering Grades K-5
Full Day Only
February 17-21, 2020
Explore space and rocket propulsion! Campers investigate Newton’s laws of motion while building and launching small rockets that fly with many different kinds of propulsive technology – air, water, chemical reactions and more!
Throughout the week, campers discover many of the amazing destinations in our solar system made accessible by space travel. Observe the surface of a star, use and take home a working refractor telescope, identify constellations in the Museum’s planetarium, command a space shuttle training aircraft in the flight simulators and much more in this exciting exploration of the universe!
Rocket Pilots Camp Includes:
- Rocket-Propelled Cars
- Puff, Fizz, Air and Water Rockets
- Introductory and Advanced Flight Simulation
- Refracting Telescopes
- Solar Glasses and Sunspot Observations
- Solar Powered Rovers
- Flying Space Shuttle Gliders
- Glowing Star Charts
- Starlab Constellation Identification
- Meteorites and Tektites
- And Much, Much More!
Primary Topic (JK-1)
Elementary Topics (K-5)
Middle School Topics (5-8)
All camps are located at the Hiller Aviation Museum at the San Carlos Airport.