Thursday, August 6, 2015

UNO Camp

Last week we sent Mica off to University of Nebraska - Omaha for camp. It's a day camp, but lasts all day.

I was nervous about it because last year he didn't really get into it. This year we made sure he signed up with his Cousin Evan. I dropped them off, and one of the workers at his elementary school was helping with the camp. Mica was super excited!
 
After the first day he was chatting up a storm about his camp.

They got $300 Lego robots to build. Then they got computers to program them to move, do circles, draw pictures on their screens and more. I kept teasing Mica saying, "So are they giving you those robots to keep?" ;) 


At camp there is a family night. That's when he showed us his robot car. We got to watch a cheesy video in their planetarium room. Lastly the kids get coupons for their store. Mica picked out an steel Atom science toy. Mica kept calling it an, "A Tom". 

If you have younger kids, did they go to any camps this summer?

5 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

That sounds like so much fun!! My boys went to Red Sox camp for a week this summer (day camp, too)!

~ Noelle said...

Now that is AWESOME!!!!
We did 2 VBS things and he did one day camp through the church, but that was about it. We had too much going on to do anything else.
Lots of medical issues this summer for my family.
I know he had a BLAST, that robot is soo cool!

Theresa Mahoney said...

That looks like a pretty cool camp. We didn't send the girls this year. We just had too much going on where it just wouldn't fit with our schedule.

Changes 4 Charlie said...

Now that is one awesome camp! I enrolled GG in a few camps that were mostly held outside so she could burn off a ton of her energy before getting home. Maybe I should add that to one of the things I am guilty of ;)

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

My grandkids didn't go to camp this year but they are still a little young for that.

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