This exciting camp will bring the world of science to students in grades 1-5. Led by the Museum’s science director, Lynette Reiner, there will be 3 hours of fun and educational activities each day. Sign up for one day or sign up for all week. The camp runs from 9:00-12:00 each day. Tuition is $20/day, $18/day for members. Reservations are required. Please call 330-455-7043.
Monday July 10–Gem and Mineral Day
Learn about the rock cycle. Create your own gemstone ring, and practice mining for gem stones in a simulated dig pit.
Tuesday July 11–Fun With Fossils Day
Learn what a fossil is and how they form. Use fossil rubbing plates to create art. Learn how to polish and examine amber to find any fossilized insects.
Wednesday July 12–Native American Day
Learn about Native American culture. Make a sand painted chip board and learn about Native American games.
Thursday July 13–Pirate Day
Look for treasure by reading a pirate map, then in groups create your own map to a treasure.
Friday July 14–Nature Day
We will go on a tree walk collecting leaves and nuts. We will also examine what critters live in our local creeks by dip netting at the Mill Race. Please wear old clothes as you may get wet and dirty. NO ALLERGIES of any kind can be accepted this day.