For Grades K-3
Limit is 25 students per day.
Lunch is not provided.
You choose your experience!
Pick one day, three or all five!
Cost is $45 per day with discounts for 3 or
more days. All five days are $190.
Monday, February 19th: Dr. Seuss
Tuesday, February 20th: Star Explorers
Wednesday, February 21st: Animal Planet
Thursday, February 22nd: “Snow Day!”
Friday, February 23rd: Space Race
The sights and sounds of green eggs and ham. Join the cat on a scavenger hunt. Help Horton hear the Who. Sing a song (or two) of Seuss. Oh, the places you’ll go because STEM is seussfastical.
This winter STEM camp is designed to inspire young minds to explore the mysteries of the universe. The camp will focus on the science of stars, including their formation, life cycle, and the role they play in our galaxy. Students will engage in hands-on activities and experiments that will help them understand the concept of astronomy.
Food chains and predators and prey, oh my! Whether on land, or sea, or air, the animal world is amazing! Campers will create artistic food chains, and play ‘Predator v. Prey’. What will you do when someone wants to eat you? Is that adaptation behavioral or structural? Let’s find out through hands on STEM activities.
Are you ready to explore the science behind snow? Join us for a fun-filled day of hands-on activities that will teach you all about the properties of snow and how it forms. Our campers will learn about the different types of snowflakes and will also get to experiment with melting snow, building igloos, and creating their own snowflakes.
Calling all space travelers. Spend the day touring our solar system and then create a planet of your own. We’ll have a blast.