Summer’s right around the corner! And, with the change of season and end of school, comes the promise of all sorts of adventures—beach trips, lazy days by the pool, family fun at the baseball field, and, of course…summer camp.
Kaleideum is offering a variety of locations where kids can do everything from using real tools and creating puppets to exploding volcanoes and building simple machines. Camps take place at both Kaleideum sites: for ages 3 through rising 2nd graders at Kaleideum Downtown, and for rising Kindergarten through rising 6th graders at Kaleideum North.
Camps begin June 10th and run through August 23rd. Camps for ages 3 and 4 take place for a half day (9 am-12:30 pm), and camps for rising Kindergarten-6th graders are full day (9 am-4 pm). Many of the camps offer single-day options, allowing campers to attend for only a day or two, rather than an entire week. “This is a great “ease-in” option for youngsters who prefer not to attend a whole week of camp, and it also helps accommodate vacation schedules, as well as family budgets,” said Lindsay Douglas, Manager of Camps. Before-care is available at Kaleideum North, beginning at 8 am, and after-care is available (for full-day campers) at both locations until 5:30 pm.
“All of our camps are very interactive and hands-on,” explains Douglas, “and, in addition to projects related to the camp theme, all of them also allow time for children to explore the Museum exhibits, play outside, get to know other campers, and more.”
For topics, dates, prices, descriptions, and other information—or to register online—visit kaleideum.organd navigate to Camps at either location. You may also contact Lindsay Douglas email@example.com.