Atlanta Journal Constitution
In an Atlanta classroom, kids clustered around a table trying to keep little boats they built from sinking.
Down the hall, another group worked on computers.
Minutes later, about a dozen students raced “puff-mobile” vehicles across a polished floor using only lung power to move the handmade, kid-engineered contraptions.
“It’s like learning, but they’re making it fun,” said Cayden Edwards, 10, who just finished fourth grade and is spending part of his summer at a Peyton Forest Elementary School day camp that focuses on science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
As summer break begins, so does the dreaded “summer slide.”