The Science Center has five STEM-tastic spring break camp themes for kids in kindergarten through eighth grade to choose from. Campers can program robots, get creative with LEGOs, learn how to make stop motion videos, devise and test new programs, and experiment with augmented reality! Camp activities are tailored to suit each age group. Kids can sign up for a single day, or experience all five camps for a super STEM spring!
All camp sessions have been designed with your child's health and safety in mind. All campers and staff are required to wear face masks and undergo a daily health screening, including a temperature check. All materials and workspaces are sanitized before and after each use and classes use a dedicated space with access to hand washing and sanitizer stations. Social distancing measures are closely followed with small class sizes separated by age, and camp activities are tailored for each age group.
REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!
Monday, March 29 (register here)
or Monday, April 5 (register here)
Code robots through a series of challenges. Build a maze for your robot and challenge a friend to test their skills by navigating it.
Brick by Brick
Tuesday, March 30 (register here)
or Tuesday, April 6 (register here)
Tackle building challenges brick by brick as you become a Master Builder in this day filled with engineering, games and more!
Lights, Camera, Action!
Wednesday, March 31 (register here)
or Wednesday, April 7 (register here)
Live life on the big screen for a day as you learn how science is used to create movie magic. Sit in the director’s chair and create stop motion videos, experiment with green screen technology, and go behind the scenes of the Cleveland Clinic DOME Theater.
Work it Out
Thursday, April 1 (register here)
or Thursday, April 8 (register here)
Join the Science Center’s team and be the first to try out our newest program ideas! Experiment, create, test and improve, while prototyping to come up with different and unique solutions to interesting challenges!
Friday, April 2 (register here)
or Friday, April 9 (register here)
How many ways can you use a single piece of technology? Experience augmented reality, paint with light, control robots, and create music literally at the tips of your fingers!