Day-Off Break Camps
Kids Science Labs offers students children (ages 4-10) a day/week filled with fun hands-on science at our learning centers. Our camps allow kids to continue learning during the day off from school while having fun exploring innovative hands-on science projects with our dedicated teaching faculty.
Day camp typically has science classes in the morning, snack break, lunch, afternoon playtime, and a third hands-on program to close out the day. After care may be available until 5pm.
Day-Off Camps 2017/2018. Register below, by clicking on the desired date below or by clicking the button below and select the desired camp on the calendar. If you have a date you would like to propose, please contact us at the center (224) 213-7511.
- Sep 12th (Tuesday) - Classes Begin
- Sep 21st (Thursday) - Day Camp
- Oct 9th (Monday) - Day Camp
- Oct 20th (Friday) - Day Camp
- Nov 10th (Friday) - Day Camp
- Nov 19th-26th - Closed
- Dec 27th-29th - 3 Day Camp
- Jan 2nd-5th - 4 Day Camp
- Feb 16th (Friday) - Day Camp
- Feb 19th (Monday) - Day Camp
- March 26th-30th - 5 Day Spring Break Camp
Come join us for innovation, fun, and some cool exploration. We would love to have your children join us for our Day or Winter camps filled with hands-on science and creativity. Our camps allow kids to continue learning during the day off from school while having fun exploring innovative hands-on science projects with our dedicated teaching faculty.
Our holiday break camps are for students 4-12 years old, and continue to be offered with half, full and extended day options with our full-time teaching faculty. Each day, our students will design and build their own projects, examples include: snow shoes to explore weight distribution, building your own snow removal device, earthquakes, and water filters. All our classes allow our student to practice their problem solving skills, design thinking, and learn how science surrounds us everyday all while having fun.
Come be inspired as your children, learn, innovate, and become the next generation of creative problem solvers.