Join Imagine Children’s Museum for a summer of playful learning! Each week brings exciting STEAM projects, mesmerizing experiments, laughter and fun!

 

  • Designed for kids ages 6-10 who have completed Kindergarten.
  • Camps are divided into two age/grade-level groups: Ages 5-7 (campers must have completed Kindergarten or first grade) and ages 7-10 (campers must have completed second grade or higher).
  • There will be a brief (10-minute) snack break built into each day. Campers must bring their own snack and eat only at designated times and places. Campers should also bring a water bottle.
  • All camps run Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon EXCEPT “Fun in the Sun.”
  • Cost: $195 for members, $225 for non-members EXCEPT “Fun in the Sun.”

 

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ELEMENTARY CAMPS FOR AGES 5-7

(completed Kindergarten or first grade)

June 26-30: Marine Science Explorers (Camp is full)
From tidepools on the seashore to the deepest depths of the ocean, learn about the strange and wonderful ways that animals have adapted to survive in marine environments. Discover fish that make their own light, giant whales that feed on tiny organisms, and squid with a colorful escape plan!

July 5-7 (Wednesday through Friday): Fun in the Sun
It’s the star of the show every summer! Find out how to use the Sun’s heat and light in playful ways with color-changing jewelry, electric vehicles and solar-cooked treats.

July 10-14: Dino Days (Camp is full)
Join us for a week of prehistoric fun! Make your own dinosaur egg, create a fossil dig site and learn about the tools that paleontologists use to solve dinosaur mysteries. Campers will really “dig” learning about life in the distant past!

July 17-21: Construction Crew
We’re looking for budding builders and aspiring architects! Construct tall towers, beautiful bridges and gravity-defying structures with a variety of construction tools and toys.

July 24-28: Space Is the Place (Camp is full)
3…2…1…We have liftoff! Enjoy an out-of-this-world week of space exploration. Build a Mars rover, experiment with orbits, act out the life of a star, and search for life on other planets.

July 31 – August 4: Science Gets Messy (Camp is full)
Spend the week experimenting with mud, slime, sand, foam and all of our other favorite messy science activities. Don’t worry – there’s plenty of time for clean-up, too!

August 7-11: Science Makes Sense
See, hear, feel, smell, and taste your way through a week of science fun. Examine the body’s sensory systems, including the ways in which they can play tricks on us.

August 14-18: Marine Science Explorers (Camp is full)
From tidepools on the seashore to the deepest depths of the ocean, learn about the strange and wonderful ways that animals have adapted to survive in marine environments. Discover fish that make their own light, giant whales that feed on tiny organisms, and squid with a colorful escape plan!

August 21-25: Space Is the Place (Camp is full)
3…2…1…We have liftoff! Enjoy an out-of-this-world week of space exploration. Build a Mars rover, experiment with orbits, act out the life of a star, and search for life on other planets.

 

ELEMENTARY CAMPS FOR AGES 7-10

(completed second grade or higher)

July 10-14: Artful Antics
Experiment with the chemistry of color, play tricks on your eyes with optical illusions and tinker with materials and motion in a camp that blends art and science. Let your creative mind loose with projects such as stop-motion animations and kinetic sculptures.

July 17-21: Adventures in Engineering
Who can help stop invasive species, protect a village from an avalanche, and put on a dazzling electric light show? Engineers can! Spend the week practicing the engineering design process and using tools and technology to solve real-world problems.

July 31 – August 4: Robot Rally (Camp is full)
The robots are taking over! Learn how robots sense and react to the world around them, then write your own code to direct robots to complete their mission. Can robots talk to each other? Can they help us explore distant planets? Use your imagination to ponder what our robotic future might look like!

This camp has an optional $40 materials fee, payable at the end of the camp, which will allow your camper to take home their own Edison robot!

August 7-11: Gross-Out Science
From slimes and mold to bugs and scat, enjoy a week of disgusting science fun! Go on a bug hunt, meet some colorful microbes, and find out what an owl ate for lunch by unpacking its pellet.

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