Children/Youth

Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Eagle Eye.  

what-101016During this exciting program students will develop an “eagle eye” – the special qualities a private investigator brings to her job.  Students will have an opportunity to use tools such as magnifying glass, cameras, binoculars, fingerprint powder and such.
They will learn to investigate the world around us.  They will learn what questions to ask, how to collect and organize data, and what the data means.  They will be able to put their crime solving abilities to the test in this camp.  During the week they will learn to lift fingerprints, solve who-done-its, and learn secrets of the trade.  Campers will investigate toys, start their genealogical family tree, and learn how to build an investigators survival fanny pack.
This course can be modified for one day, one week or longer summer camps for students. The course has been offered at Kid Camps, Capilano College and Canadian Parents for French Summer Camps, Burnaby Leisure Guide.

The course is available for purchase to run independently and training will be provided for your instructor.