The time has come once again to start thinking about your summer plans. What better way to keep your kids engaged than to send them to the World of Wonders Science Summer Camp! This summer the World of Wonders Museum in Lodi is offering four weeklong science camps for kids ages 7-12 throughout June and July that were designed to quench the thirst of their active little minds:
Explainable Magic June 9-13
This program was such a big hit last year, the WOW team decided to offer it again with even more surprises. Your kids will have a blast exploring what goes on behind the scenes of a magic show. With help from a real magician, they will spend the week learning about science as ‘explainable magic’. Parents and friends are welcome to join them on the last day of camp as they show off their newly learned tricks.
Gross-Tastic Science June 16-20
If your child enjoys ooey gooey, icky sticky, slimy gross science, then this is the right camp! This will be the first time the WOW team is offering this program where kids can look forward to investigating all sorts of yucky things from creepy crawlies to super-spit. The WOW promises these hands-on science experiments will disgust and amaze at the same time. Parents will be invited on the last
day of camp to watch their children perform live gross-tastic
Calling All Chemists! July 4-11
Bring out your child’s inner scientist with Calling all Chemists!—an exploding week of chemistry fun! Your child will discover that chemistry is all around us and watch what happens when common household agents are mixed together. Through explosions and reactions, the campers will learn all about acids and bases and chemical reactions. The whole family is invited to watch a live chemistry put on by the campers to wrap up an exciting week!
Space Explorers July 14-18
Encourage your kids to reach for the stars with Space Explorers camp. They will learn about space and astronomy as they explore our Solar System and beyond through hands-on experiments and activities. Campers will even have the opportunity to build a rocket! Parents will be invited to Lodi Lake on the last evening of camp for a family night under the stars courtesy of high-powered telescopes set up for campers by the Stockton Astronomical Society.
All Science Camps run from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Healthy snacks are included. $190 WOW members and $220 non-members. Spots fill up quickly! Call today to secure your child’s reservation.
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World of Wonders Science Museum
2 N. Sacramento St., Lodi
(209) 368 -0WOW (0969), wowsciencemuseum.org