Fall 2016 Language Day Camp

November 01, 2016

The Phonological Processing Lab held its third Language Day Camp on October 21, 2016. Nine 8-10 year old campers practiced using hieroglyphics, learned about animal communication, made up magic spells with Latin words, and used clues to decode their way through a scavenger hunt.

Offered in partnership with the Department of Psychology's Culture and Development Lab, the campers were invited to participate in experiments from each lab.

For more information about this camp and future ones, check out the Phonological Processing Lab.