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Kids on Campus is offered by the Office of Pre-College Programs at Wright State University.  Pre-College Programs has been providing academic enrichment programming for over 25 years on Wright State’s campus.  Kids on Campus is a Saturday Academic Enrichment Program geared towards motivated students.  

Saturday, March 22, 2014
Architectural Engineering
9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Registration deadline: Tuesday, March 18

KOC 10: Straw, Sticks, and Bricks
K-1 Grade
Students will investigate the story of The Three little Pigs while they learn the importance of building homes and other structures out of strong materials. Students will look at different homes and their designs while using different materials to build their own miniature homes.

KOC 11: Bridge Builders
2-3 Grade
Bridges are used everyday. Students will investigate the different styles and designs of bridges, why we use them, and the materials used to construct them. Students will put their own engineering skills to the test when they build their own bridges and see if they can withhold the test of strength.

KOC 12: Tower Designers
4-6 Grade
This class focuses on bridges and towers. Students will explore how these two structures are built, the purposes of the different structures, materials used, and how they have evolved. Students will design and build their own bridges and towers out of a variety of fun materials.


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