Camp Discovery for ages 6-12
Camp Discovery is designed to give children entire days filled with exploration and hands-on learning. Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (before and after care is available). Camp fee includes all workshop materials and chaperoned exhibit exploration. Children should bring two snacks, lunch and a drink. The Subway Café is available as a lunch option. Call 954.713.0930 to register.
$55 per child, $50 for MODS Members
$90 per child, $80 for MODS Members
$140 per child, $120 for MODS Members
$200 per child, $175 for MODS Members
$225 per child, $200 for MODS Members
Note: Multiple Day Camps must be purchased for complete camp duration even if child unable to the full session.
To register call 954.713.0930
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted.
Note: Camps with two, four or five days can not be purchased as one day camps.
All camps include an exciting IMAX® Film Adventure.
2015 WINTER / SPRING SCHOOL
HOLIDAY CAMP ADVENTURES
2015 Spring Break Camp - 5-Day Camp
March 23 – March 27, 2015
Do you want to be an astronaut and learn how to build a rocket that will take you to Mars? What about being a doctor and making a cast for a broken bone? Explore different science careers from an engineer who performs stress tests on bridges to researching water quality as a marine biologist. Somebody’s Gotta Do It!
April 3, 2015
Your brain is your body’s boss! Learn about this fascinating organ through our new BRAIN exhibit. Make a brain hat, participate in reaction time tests and exercise your brain with memory games.
The Artist’s Lab
May 25, 2015
Discover the science of color and experiment by mixing different pigments. Learn the physics behind pendulum paintings, and create your own marbled milk paper. Creativity abounds at Camp Discovery!
June 5, 2015
Fire, ice, and everything EXTREME at this camp! We’ll heat things up by making fire tornados and extinguishing flames without water. We’ll then cool it down using dry ice to create bubbles. Enjoy explosions and the wonders of liquid nitrogen in our Matter of Fact show in the Keller Science Theater.