The Summer Children’s Science Camp (DNA) runs from August 2nd to 13th, and new science adventures will take place online and live

Children’s science camp is ready for new adventures! From August 2 to 13, as in previous years, we have prepared scientific gatherings, teachings, games and ideas that we will share and create. This year, however, we have organized a hybrid day camp so that the activities at the camp will take place online and live at the same time, in four Belgrade parks. While some of the children will be at locations in Belgrade, the rest will be everywhere in the world! Both camps will have the same task – how do you learn stories in science?

What is a Children’s Science Camp?

DNA is a space in which we nurture scientific literacy and sharpen the scientific view of the world by cooperating with peers, but also with adults who are engaged in science and communicate it. This year, we set aside one day for geological and geographical research, another for the study of history, a third for biology, and a fourth for astronomy. On this occasion, we invited our eminent scientists to research and test methods and discoveries from their laboratories together with the children. Children will collect and analyze samples, map, document their research. We will do real scientific work. And then we will turn the results of the research into stories that we can tell to others so that they can easily understand complicated scientific topics.

How is the camp organized?

Both cycles of the camp are hybrid, children will have joint activities in front of the screen of their devices or on the camp itself.

The camps are held in two terms, from August 2 to 6 and from August 9 to 13, and parents can choose when they want their children to participate and in what format (online or live). The number of places at the live camp is limited to 20 per term, so all children who fail to apply this way will have the opportunity to join the online version.

Children between the ages of 8 and 13 can participate in the Children’s Science Camp live, while online participation is intended for all children of primary school age.

The program lasts every day of the working day from 9 am to 1.30 pm.

Applications are electronic and mandatory, at LINK.
The number of children to participate live is limited to 20 and if the number of applications exceeds the number of places in the camp, we will give preference to children who have not participated in our programs so far.

Applications run until July 25. The submitted application does not mean the automatic admission of the child to the live program. Applications for online participation are automatically accepted.

A confirmation from the organizer will be sent to your e-mail address if the application for live DNA is accepted. All live DNA applications, which are not accepted due to limited capacity, are automatically approved for the online program.

When applying, it is necessary to fill in the document of consent for the child’s participation in the virtual DNA, which needs to be printed, signed, photographed or scanned and re-attached when applying. All applications that do not have a completed consent form will not be considered. Parents whose children will participate in live programs will also receive consent to participate in the camp live via email.

The program is completely free for all participants.

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