Spring BrainSTEM Specialist/Managers (7-14 years) - Session: Keep it Green Working Together

Run by BrainSTEM Learning Canada Ages 7-14 yrs



Spring is coming and with it the white colour will be changed for green. Our planet is changing because pollution and it affects all the living beings on the planet. Kids will be the future of the world, a world that needs a change of mindset to take care of our planet. STEM helps to find solutions to issues in our daily lives. Keeping our planet green and healthy is a priority.

This program provides the students the opportunity to use STEM concepts to find a way to solve pollution problems; find out how to replace non-renewable energies for clean energy; discovering many useful and fun choices for recycling materials, using technology to clean and healing our beautiful planet. They will develop their green conscience mindset; learn the importance of teamwork; and use their creativity and curiosity.

The students will use their creativity to design, build and test their own cars made with recycled materials; Discover about clean energy’s building and testing their own electrical devices; learn how they can face an oil spill issue then discover about water purification and finally use the technology to build a robot that keeps the planet clean. This program will provide or reinforce a new green conscience, encourage the use of STEM to solve real world problems and have fun during their spring break.

In this week of spring camp students will:

• Day 1: Recycle Race. They will learn how we can find a simple machine in recycle materials and how we can use this concepts and their creativity to create something fun like a car made of recycle materials, they will learn the basic to build it and test it, then they will improve their designs to use Eolic energy in a final Recycle Car Race.

• Day 2: Clean Energy’s: We are continuously using more than one source of energy in our lives, some of them are non-renewable energy and they create damage to our planet. Students will discover basic concepts about clean energy and will work on more than one project to build and test their own clean energy devices.

• Day 3: The oil spill challenge. Oil spills happen far too often harming living things because the chemicals in oil are poisonous. It may take decades before the ecosystem around the oil spill recovers from the impact of the environmental disaster. Students will design, build and test their own tools to contain an oil spill; learning about ecosystem impact from this disaster.

• Day 4: Water Purification. Water makes up about 71% of the Earth’s surface. A small percentage is fresh water available for human consumption, using STEM students will design, build and test their own water filter to get clearer water and rise awareness about the importance of water for living beings.

• Day 5: Robo-Cleaner. Technology is always there available to make our life easier. This day students will design, build and program a Robot that to face a cleaning challenge to help keep our planet trash free. They will learn basic concepts about Robotics and environmental engineering.






Map to BrainSTEM Learning Canada
BrainSTEM Learning Canada
730 Marine Drive, North Vancouver, British Columbia, V7M 1H3
Time Price
Mon-Fri, 9am - 12pm
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$270* + GST / week (bring a snack for snack break)


Programs for Children using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) through fun/educational classes, camps, workshops, and birthday parties


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