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Jim Blaylock
MAES Education Center instructor Courtney Hatcher conducts a carbon dioxide experiment with her pre-school students Erin Luckey (from left), Ames Donald, David Miller, Betts Turner and Mae Turner. The children were participating in the "Ideaventions" camp. The MAES Education Center also offers SAT preparation classes for older students and private tutoring.

Kids exercise their minds at this science camp.

Posted: July 20, 2015 - 4:47pm  |  Updated: July 20, 2015 - 4:51pm
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Pre-K students David Miller and Erin Luckey learn about oxygen and carbon dioxide by blowing bubbles into a glass of water during the "Ideaventions" summer camp at MAES Education Center.  Jim Blaylock
Jim Blaylock
Pre-K students David Miller and Erin Luckey learn about oxygen and carbon dioxide by blowing bubbles into a glass of water during the "Ideaventions" summer camp at MAES Education Center.

Pre-K children gathered around MAES Education Center instructor Courtney Hatcher to learn about gasses by blowing up balloons and watching what happend when you put dry ice in a cup of water. The "Ideaventions" summer camp experiments both entertained and educated the participants.

The MAES Education Center also offers individual tutoring and SAT Preparation classes.

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