Using our signature hands-on approach to all facets of learning STEM, our campers will have an opportunity to explore and experiment with the functions of different parts of the human body. Using fabricated models, they will study closely the various components of the body. They will build working models of the lungs, joints, respiratory system, among others, to better understand how these systems function. They will explore the intersection of art and science related to the human body. They will also be exposed to games and simulations that will enrich their knowledge of how the body works. The Franklin Institute is scheduled to have the “anatomy inside out” exhibit during this period. This would be a great complement to the theme. The Michelle and Jennifer Tobias Adventure to Health at the Student Health Awareness Center is specifically designed for K-8 students. It provides interactive and exciting activities designed to take children on an innovative adventure through the human body.