Kimama Universe Track

Kimama is proud to present for the second year the wonderful “Kimama Universe” track in collaboration with the MadaTech in Haifa, Israel’s national museum of science, technology, and space. Accompanied by the leading scientists and researchers in Israel, the participants will learn a variety of fascinating subjects in the fields of science and technology, through exciting experiments in the spirit of Kimama.

Campers in the Universe track will get the chance to experience the activities first hand, at the MadaTech Park in Haifa. As part of the track, campers will interact with the world of science, and enjoy various activities:
A virtual tour through space at the planetarium. Getting as close to space as possible (without leaving earth).
Experimenting with Liquid Nitrogen, including learning how to make Ice-cream in seconds, without cooling devices.
Learning the laws of physics through the use of various apparatuses. For example, campers will try balancing their friends on a giant scale.
We’ll get to meet Nao. An autonomous, programmable humanoid robot developed in Paris. We’ll talk to him, play with him, and learn about the way he operates.

Every session, campers will view demonstrations performed by top scientists, and experiment in state of the art laboratories and advanced equipment.

*Available only in 1st and 2nd sessions of Kimama Carmel.

Track Details

Available For All Ages

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Program Outline

1st Meeting Physics and chemistry: we will learn the scientific way of Glassblowing

2nd Meeting Day trip to Weizmann Institute. Accompanied by the leading scientists and researchers in Israel.

3rd Meeting Sailing in different wind conditions

4th Meeting Space and Astronomy: planetarium and a over view to the Solar System

5th Meeting Goodbye activities and making delicious ice-cream with liquid nitrogen

MadaTech Haifa

Israel National Museum of Science, Technology, and Space, located in Haifa. The museum, established in 1983, is housed in a historic building that was designed as the first home of the Technion — Israel Institute of Technology, until it relocated to its current campus. The architect was Alexander Baerwald, a German Jewish immigrant, who began working on the building in 1912. On a visit to the Technion in 1923, Albert Einstein planted one of the palm trees in the courtyard, which can still be seen today. The museum has approximately 200,000 visitors annually.

The Experience

Camp Kimama
Camp Kimama is the first and the largest international summer camp held in Israel, with thousands of participants each year, ages 7-17, from 40 different countries from around the world. Kimama also has different trips throughout the year.

?What we offer you
A unique experience in which you’ll encounter new cultures, languages and worlds; acquire knowledge and expertise in fields that interest you; meet youth from Israel and from all over the world; and forge special friendships that will be with you for life. Activities at Camp Kimama are run in Hebrew and in English, and we have counselors from all over the world who can help with other languages, too.
All of these are integrated in the educational activity, with an emphasis on values such as independence, leadership, personal development and empowerment. We believe that every participant has talent and ability that may be developed. We’ll find your strengths and help you to express them.
!See you at camp

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