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A camp for learning

STEM camp participants inspect a carbon snake created earlier in the day Tuesday. “As a parent, I think it’s such a just a great opportunity for both our high school kids to get the experience of planning and organizing and stuff like that, and just their interactions with the younger kids and how they’re learning from each other has just been really neat to see,” said robotics team mentor Heather Sadauskis. The camp ran from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday at Bancroft Bay Park. – Sarah Kocher/Albert Lea Tribune

 

Participants in the STEM camp hosted by Albert Lea High School’s robotics team try to turn water into punch Tuesday using sodium bicarbonate and pH indicator liquid. Robotics team mentor Heather Sadauskis said 39 children signed up to attend the camp. – Sarah Kocher/Albert Lea Tribune

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Sarah covers education and arts and culture for the Tribune.

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