Day-Off Break Camps

 

Kids Science Labs offers students children (ages 4-12 yrs old) a day or 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.  Examples of topics include: spy camp, builder's paradise, mysteries of science, med school, and more.

A camp day typically has science classes in the morning, snack break, lunch, afternoon playtime, and a third hands-on program to close out the day.  Half Day (9am-12pm) and Full Day (9am-3pm) programs are available.  After care may be available until 5pm. 

Day-Off Camps 2018/2019.  To register click on "Location" button below, choose the desired center name, and then select the Day Off Camps tab for your center.  Dates vary by center and may include, but are not limited to: Oct 8th, Nov 2nd, Nov 9th, Dec 20th-21st, Dec 26th-28th, Dec 31st & Jan 2nd-4th, and many more Please contact your center for details.  

 

Winter Camp/Holiday Camp Details: Come join us for innovation, fun, and some cool exploration in December. We would love to have your children join us for our 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.  Depending on the center, we will offer camp the week of Dec 26th-28th (3 days), as well as Dec 31st, Jan 2nd-4th (4 days). Each day, our students will design and build their own projects. 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.  

 

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