SUMMER CAMP 2020 (Registration opens Feb 10, 2020)


Welcome to ifleed summer camp 2020! Its our second year offering summer camp and we are full of energy!!!

We are excited to offer a variety of 3-day weekly camps in Wausau, Wisconsin from June 23rd – Aug 20th, 2020. Our camps are designed to enhance creativity and critical thinking skills with fun for children of ages 3.5-14.
ifleed offers hands on camps with engaging STEAM curriculum to teach difficult concepts in a fun and safe environment with their peers.
Summer is a time to relax, rejuvenate and continue the learning process with loads of fun and excitement. At ifleed, we encourage children to learn from their peers, provide an environment where its acceptable to make mistakes and learn and most importantly, learn to enjoy the process of learning.
We are offering some exciting topics this summer. Our camps are offered 3 days (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) on the weeks stated below. Camps are either 9am – 12pm or 1-4 pm. Our classes are limited to 5-8 students per camp.
Registration includes all supplies, one camp t-shirt, a snack and drink.
Full descriptions are listed below.


 Our summer camp pricing varies by camp and age groups.

A $50 deposit will be required to hold your class when you register. The rest of the amount will be billed in May 2020. You can pay in full or 2 installment plans are offered as part of the payment plan. Deposits are non-refundable.

Our summer camp online registration will open on Feb 10th, 2020. Summer camps are for ages 3.5-14.
To register:
1. Go to our website Click on Summer camp 2020 button at the top to check on schedules.
2. Click on the register button at the bottom of this page.
3. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with receipt of registration.

ifleed summer camp 2020 schedule (Camps are by grade level)
We encourage students to enroll in grade levels they will be attending in Fall 2020!!!

Camp price/
Early bird special (Ends June 1)

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Camp description

Cardboard Engineering

Cardboard is a highly versatile material which we can cut, bend, fold, paint and tape to make fun and colorful projects. Projects that we will do in this camp will use cardboards lying around the house. We will make recycling fun by creating and building models and playing with them afterwards. 

Come and have fun with us if you like cardboards, engineering, robots, painting, and recycling.
Difficulty level will be based upon the age group kids sign up for.

Brain lab
Riding a bicycle, throwing a ball, reading and writing all use our senses of seeing, hearing, feeling etc. These are made possible by responses from our brain.
We will have fun activities, do some exciting experiments and create models to aid us in understanding how the brain works and accomplishes so many of these tasks.
Neuroscience is a field that is expanding veraciously and this offers us an opportunity to understand how to communicate better , answer all the why’s and just understand ourselves and the humans around us.

Animation lab
Have you watched lion king, avengers and many cartoons where you always wonder how the graphics came to life? In animation lab, we will be doing fun projects so that we can bring visual storytelling to life. We will also be making art move by using cartoon drawing, flip books, claymation and stop-motion movie making.
Come and hang out with us to learn the visual graphics that the future of moving making and storytelling.

Superhero/Superheroine science
Is it a bird? A plane? No, it’s some Superman-related science! Try making your own Krypton. Utilizing the DIY geode recipes and with simple ingredients like borax and glow-in-the-dark paint, participants can make Krypton to take home.
We will also be looking at other superheroes and superheroines superpowers and use science to create and explain some exciting models and experiments.
Come join us to be the creative science director of the superhero/superheroine week!

Wonder Park tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive. One magical day, as June is running through the woods to find her way home, she discovers an old rollercoaster car and climbs inside. She suddenly finds herself in Wonderland, an amusement park she had created in her mind and put aside as a passing daydream.
In this camp, the kids will be the character June and will explore science concepts, practice STEAM skills, and collaborate as they design and test a roller coaster, a catapult, and a special attraction all their own.

Sports science
Do you love sport? Do you like the thrill, win, defeat and adrenaline rush of that sports you play?
In this camp, we will show you experiments and the science behind them that will enlighten you on how to improve your athletic skills.
How does your hand throw a shot put? Does LeBron James really float through the air on the way to a dunk?
Using common items around the house, we will work some experiments of the who and the why of sports using science.

The inside of computers
Have you ever tried to open a spare computer at home? Or try to open your parent’s computer and try to see what’s inside? From bits and logic gates to computer hardware, kids will learn the basic elements of the machines that powers the world.
If you are a coder, you can put your knowledge and imagination to work and build your own laptop computer to take home.