Published July 28. 2021 11:45AM
Sylvia Murzdeck proudly displays her sidewalk chalk artwork during the Crafts and Laughs summer program science day, held July 14 at North Catasauqua William J. Albert Memorial Park, 701 Grove St.
Campers work together to locate animal tracks and identify the animals that made them.
PRESS PHOTOS BY DONNA GEWERTZ Natalie Cooper takes a break from learning for a friendly game of Four Square.
Natalie Cooper and Alyssa Paone study tracks found at the park.
Natalie Cooper and Carmen Kriebel choose a strand of beads for a science experiment exploring the laws of motion.
Brody Luckenbill concentrates on his law of motion science experiment while his brother, Bryce, watches. Campers tried to pull the cardboard out from under the stone and have it drop into the cup without the stone being placed into motion.
Campers get ready to locate and identify animal tracks around the park as part of science week.
Mason Cieslak and Brody and Bryce Luckenbill collect their materials for a science experiment.
Crafts and Laughs camp director Cherie Gebhardt serves lunches to Mason Cieslak and Brody Luckenbill. Providing lunches for campers is a cooperative project of Suburban North Family YMCA and Holy Trinity Memorial Lutheran Church.
Camp counselor Liam Browne shares instructions for a law of motion experiment using beaded necklaces with the campers. This experiment explored the effects of gravity.