Pictures of the Week: June 9

By Brook Joyner and Sam Oldenburg
Henry Hulan holds his handmade anemometer in the air to measure the wind speed Thursday, June 8. Camp Explore students spent the week learning all about weather in Science. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Henry Hulan holds his handmade anemometer in the air to measure the wind speed Thursday, June 8. Camp Explore students spent the week learning all about weather in Science. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Kiki Contreras from Seattle watches her paper rocket fly into the sky Tuesday, June 6. The hang time was recorded for every rocket to see which design flew the highest. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Kiki Contreras from Seattle watches her paper rocket fly into the sky Tuesday, June 6. The hang time was recorded for every rocket to see which design flew the highest. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Natalia Kantosky (left) looks at science teacher Andrea Hemming through the slime she made during an experiment with a guest scientist Wednesday, June 7. Making the slime taught students about chemical changes and reactions. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Natalia Kantosky (left) looks at science teacher Andrea Hemming through the slime she made during an experiment with a guest scientist Wednesday, June 7. Making the slime taught students about chemical changes and reactions. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Natalie Kantosky outlines her makeup during Clowning at Camp Explore Friday, June 9. Students designed their own clown faces on paper before applying them to their faces. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Natalia Kantosky outlines her makeup during Clowning at Camp Explore Friday, June 9. Students designed their own clown faces on paper before applying them to their faces. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Konnor Andrew plays with the slime he made during the presentation from guest scientist "Miss Information" on Wednesday, June 7 during Camp Explore. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Konnor Andrew plays with the slime he made during the presentation from guest scientist “Miss Information” on Wednesday, June 7 during Camp Explore. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Teacher Allison Bemis helps Caroline Wimpee with a math problem during a class activity on Thursday, June 8 at Camp Explore. The theme for the day was "Little House on the Prairie" so students worked with chalk and blackboards instead of pencil and paper. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Teacher Allison Bemis helps Caroline Wimpee with a math problem during a class activity on Thursday, June 8 at Camp Explore. The theme for the day was “Little House on the Prairie” so students worked with chalk and blackboards instead of pencil and paper. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Angela Gospodarek (left), of Gorham, Maine, works on a "hypothesis box" created by Rico Tyler (right) after the welcome dinner on Sunday, June 4. By looking at the images on the sides and top of the box, the NSCF Scholars worked together to figure out what was on the bottom. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Angela Gospodarek (left), of Gorham, Maine, works on a “hypothesis box” created by Rico Tyler (right) after the welcome dinner on Sunday, June 4. By looking at the images on the sides and top of the box, the NSCF Scholars worked together to figure out what was on the bottom. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Rico Tyler (center) points out constellations to the NSCF Scholars Tuesday, June 6 at Chaney's Dairy Barn outside Bowling Green. Rico taught physcial science lessons to the scholars throughout the week. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Rico Tyler (center) points out constellations to the NSCF Scholars Tuesday, June 6 at Chaney’s Dairy Barn outside Bowling Green. Rico taught physcial science lessons to the scholars throughout the week. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Kiki Contreras (from left), of Seattle Wash., Val Pumala, of Cameron, Wi., and Angela Gospodarek, of Gorham, Me., work together during an escape room activity Monday, June 5. The scholars were split into teams and used the microscopes they made earlier in the day to solve clues. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Kiki Contreras (from left), of Seattle Wash., Val Pumala, of Cameron, Wi., and Angela Gospodarek, of Gorham, Me., work together during an escape room activity Monday, June 5. The scholars were split into teams and used the microscopes they made earlier in the day to solve clues. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Alysa Jones attaches paper cups to straws while making an anemometer in Science during Camp Explore Thursday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Alysa Jones attaches paper cups to straws while making an anemometer in Science during Camp Explore Thursday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Morgan Jones works on a project during Math at Camp Explore Tuesday, June 6. The students learned about polygons by creating pictures from different shapes. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Morgan Jones works on a project during Math at Camp Explore Tuesday, June 6. The students learned about polygons by creating pictures from different shapes. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

NSCF Scholars Val Pumala (left) from Cameron, Wi., and Angela Gospodarek from Gorham, Me., experiment with the codes used to control their Ozobot robots Thursday, June 8. The robots are coded using various sequences of colored marks. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

NSCF Scholars Val Pumala (left) from Cameron, Wi., and Angela Gospodarek from Gorham, Me., experiment with the codes used to control their Ozobot robots Thursday, June 8. The robots are coded using various sequences of colored marks. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Executive Director of The Center for Gifted Studies Julia Roberts visits with students at Camp Explore while serving fruit during lunch Friday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Executive Director of The Center for Gifted Studies Julia Roberts visits with students at Camp Explore while serving fruit during lunch Friday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

NSCF Scholar Katie Donlin from Hayfield, Minn., uses an iPhone app to find the locations of constellations Tuesday, June 6 at Chaney's Dairy Barn outside Bowling Green. The scholars used telescopes to look at the moon, Jupiter, and other points of interest. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

NSCF Scholar Katie Donlin from Hayfield, Minn., uses an iPhone app to find the locations of constellations Tuesday, June 6 at Chaney’s Dairy Barn outside Bowling Green. The scholars used telescopes to look at the moon, Jupiter, and other points of interest. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Angela Gospodarek, of Gorham, Maine, looks at part of the sinkhole that three years ago destroyed multiple cars at the National Corvette Museum Friday, June 9. The museum has added an exhibit dedicated specifically to the sinkhole. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Angela Gospodarek, of Gorham, Maine, looks at part of the sinkhole that three years ago destroyed multiple cars at the National Corvette Museum Friday, June 9. The museum has added an exhibit dedicated specifically to the sinkhole. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Camp Explore students work on math problems during a "Little House on the Prairie" themed class Thursday, June 8. Teacher Allison Bemis donned period clothing and combined math with history for a unique lesson. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Camp Explore students work on math problems during a “Little House on the Prairie” themed class Thursday, June 8. Teacher Allison Bemis donned period clothing and combined math with history for a unique lesson. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Camp Explore students adjust their costumes before a group photo in Clowning Friday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Camp Explore students adjust their costumes before a group photo in Clowning Friday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Braydon Thompson makes a balloon animal during Clowning at Camp Explore on Tuesday, June 6. Teacher Nick Wilkins helped the students turn their balloons into Dachshunds. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Braydon Thompson makes a balloon animal during Clowning at Camp Explore on Tuesday, June 6. Teacher Nick Wilkins helped the students turn their balloons into Dachshunds. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Claire Boggess races her wind-powered vehicle during Science at Camp Explore Friday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Claire Boggess races her wind-powered vehicle during Science at Camp Explore Friday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Rico Tyler shows Kiki Contreras, of Seattle, Wash., how to use a homemade iPad microscope on Monday, June 5. After trying them out, the NSCF Scholars built their own tablet and smartphone microscopes. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Rico Tyler shows Kiki Contreras, of Seattle, Wash., how to use a homemade iPad microscope on Monday, June 5. After trying them out, the NSCF Scholars built their own tablet and smartphone microscopes. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Ayesha Akhtar measures wind speed with her anemometer during Science at Camp Explore Thursday, June 8. Students counted the number of times their device rotated in one minute to figure out how fast the wind was blowing. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Ayesha Akhtar measures wind speed with her anemometer during Science at Camp Explore Thursday, June 8. Students counted the number of times their device rotated in one minute to figure out how fast the wind was blowing. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Mckinley Heard (from left), Claire Boggess, and Bella Robertson watch the chemical reaction between vinegar and baking soda during Math Wednesday, June 7. Students placed raisins in the solution to watch them float and sink. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

Mckinley Heard (from left), Claire Boggess, and Bella Robertson watch the chemical reaction between vinegar and baking soda during Math Wednesday, June 7. Students placed raisins in the solution to watch them float and sink. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

NSCF Scholar Suzanne Banas from Miami tries to figure out why her Ozobot robot isn't doing what she expected Thursday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

NSCF Scholar Suzanne Banas from Miami tries to figure out why her Ozobot robot isn’t doing what she expected Thursday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

NSCF Scholar John Lui (left), of Dousman, Wis., and biology professor Kerrie McDaniel look at remains of the Corvettes that fell into the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum Friday, June 9. The scholars toured the museum after conducting an experiment at the NCM Motorsports Park. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

NSCF Scholar John Lui (left), of Dousman, Wis., and biology professor Kerrie McDaniel look at remains of the Corvettes that fell into the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum Friday, June 9. The scholars toured the museum after conducting an experiment at the NCM Motorsports Park. (Photo by Brook Joyner)

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