This summer, let your children experience engaging STEAM projects inspired by our upcoming exhibition, Robo Art. Summer Wonder Camp – where science and art collide – takes places July 12-16 for ages 6 to 12.

“Camps offer a great escape – even for a few hours – for kids of all ages. At our hands-on Wonder Camp, curious children can explore and discover the world around them in a way that nurtures creativity and sparks a desire to learn,” said i.d.e.a. Museum Education Curator Dena Milliron.

Fun Learning

Robo-Bash

Coding with Ozobots.

Wonder Camps are run by i.d.e.a. Museum gallery educators. Activities aim to inspiring curiosity through science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) concepts weaved into the day’s activities and games. This year campers will:

  • Experiment with different robots to create an artistic masterpiece.
  • Jump into coding with Ozobots and use inquiry to imagine how robots can be used to improve the world around us.
  • Explore the inner workings of a robot to get more familiar with their hardware.
  • Compete in the Robot Olympics, a series of competitions to explore how design impacts performance.

Details

idea Museum Camps

Art and science collide at Wonder Camp.

Registration is now open. Capacity is limited to 12 campers, and safety protocols will be in place.

The half-day camp will run 8:30 a.m. to noon. Cost is $76 for i.d.e.a. Museum members; $85 for nonmembers.

Please note: Registration closes on July 6. Spots are expected to fill up quickly. Sign up today!

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