Camp Curiosity: Spring Break Camps 2020
Great Lakes Science Center is introducing a brand new take on camp programs for the 2020 school year – Camp Curiosity! Beginning March 23-March 27 or April 13-17, we have five different themes for kids K-8th grade to choose from! All camps are separated by age and curriculum content is tailored to the age group. Your camper can choose one day of adventure or multiple days for a STEM-filled journey during their spring break. Spring break camps are $55 per day ($50 for members) and run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with an option for an extended day from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for an additional fee. Registration is available below or by calling 216-621-2400.
Sign up for all five days and receive a $25 discount for the week! Click here to download the 2020 Spring Break Camp Guide.
STEMventure Skills Lab - 3/23 and 4/13
Science villains have transported you and your friends to an island in the middle of Lake Erie. The challenge is to work together to develop the STEM skills needed to escape the island and save science. Through collaboration and creativity, you will engineer tools, explore light and sound waves to enhance your senses, and use technology to navigate your way to success.
Chemical Explorers: Culinary Chemistry - 3/24 and 4/14
Mixing, measuring, and mess have never been this much fun. This camp is the catalyst to a journey through the periodic table where you become the mad scientist and take over the lab to uncover the mysteries behind mayonnaise, the color of candy, and other curiosities of kitchen chemistry.
Tech Creators - 3/25 and 4/15
We take art technology to the next level by challenging you to explore the science behind the art. You’re in the director’s chair as you create special effects, experiment with color theory, and manipulate light and sound as you work on your own art tech masterpiece.
Mind Tricks - 3/26 and 4/16
You’re transported through the human body to learn how this marvelous machine works and uncover the mysteries behind incredible illusions. Through real and virtual eye dissections, you will examine the anatomy of the eye and transform yourself into light waves to learn how the eyes and brain work together to distort reality. Diving deeper into the human body, you will experiment with balance and reaction time to enhance your super science skills.
Space Camp: Orion’s Mission - 3/27 and 4/17
You’ve been recruited by NASA to be the first humans to inhabit the Moon. As you're transported through the atmosphere onboard the Orion capsule, you are given specific orders to collect as much data as possible and relay your findings to Earth. Your mission on the Moon will last three years and it is up to you and your crew to code robots, engineer rovers, strategize for survival, and have fun while researching the lunar landscape.
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