Children get messy with science

SUMMER SCIENCE CAMPS wrapped up for the year last week with young people learning about science the fun way.

MAXINE BROWN

MAXINE BROWN

SUMMER SCIENCE CAMPS wrapped up for the year last week with young people learning about science the fun way.

Children aged six to 10-years-old tried experiments in a variety of science fields, such as astronomy, biology, chemistry and environmental science put on by the Northwest Science and Innovation Society.

With exploding coke bottles and thrilling volcanic eruptions, kids learn that science can be messy and fun by seeing interactive exhibits and doing hands-on experiments, outdoor activities and team games.