HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Endeavor Learning Lab let the kids get gooey at a messy mini-camp.
Campers created science concoctions at the Slime Factory STEM mini-camp on Friday, January 3 at their location on Garth Road.
If the kids were really daring, they could even eat some of their creations along with playing minute to win it slime games throughout the day.
The camps are highly focused around Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math or STEM, and are about having fun while getting to explore new interests.
The lab tries to give a more affordable option for parents, keeping their costs as low as they can.
"So we're hoping, with the different variety of classes we try to offer, that we can just give them a glimpse into it," said Bambi Nahring, the Director of Programs and Operations at Endeavor Learning Labs. "Then, if they find something they love, then they've been exposed to something new that maybe the parents couldn't do at home."
Endeavor Learning Labs plans to have more mini-camps for children during spring break.