@ChildMuseumATL offers Summer Camps in June and July

May 21, 2014 1 Comment »
@ChildMuseumATL offers Summer Camps in June and July

Kids of all ages and interests can experience Adventure Camp, Discovery Science Camp, Imaginator Theatre Camp and Dream. Design. Build. Camp 

School may be almost out for summer break, but the learning never stops at The Children’s Museum of Atlanta! This summer, the Museum is offering general day camps as well as four special summer camps during June and July to foster creativity and challenge children to experiment with new ways to play. From creating an original theatrical production to improving flexibility with basic yoga or even getting down and dirty to paint an artistic masterpiece, children of all ages and interests can keep their minds active outside of the classroom – all while having fun!

 “Learning shouldn’t stop with the start of summer break,” said Jane Turner, executive director of The Children’s Museum of Atlanta. “We offer a variety of opportunities for continued learning at The Museum through summer camps and special programs for children of all ages. Participants can enjoy all of the interactive activities offered with our featured camps and still receive full access to the great exhibits on our Museum floor.”

 The Museum’s camps are led by professionals whose goal is to guide children to use their imaginations to their greatest potential. All summer camps at The Children’s Museum feature playground fun at Centennial Olympic Park, a walking field trip, playtime in The Museum’s various exhibits and Fun Fridays (or Thrilling Thursdays) with a pizza party and time to get a little wet and wild in the Centennial Olympic Park fountains. The 2014 summer camps featured in June and July include Adventure Camp, Discovery Science Camp, Imaginator Theater Camp and Dream. Design. Build. Camp. Registration for these camps ends one day prior to the start date or when the camp is full. To claim a spot, visit http://bit.ly/1srkCi2.


Adventure Camp

Session I: June 9-13   

Session 2: June 16-20

Age Group: 4-6 years

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Perfect for younger children and first-time campers, Adventure Camp is designed for children to take an in-depth look at The Museum’s learning zones.  Kids will decorate camp T-shirts, create fun and engaging crafts and even practice their flexibility by learning some basic yoga! Adventure Campers will also have outdoor playtime in The Museum’s own front yard at Centennial Olympic Park. Let the adventures begin!

Discovery Science Camp

Session 1: June 2-7

Session 2: June 23-27

Age Group: 5-9 years

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Eureka! Children can gear up to get messy, experiment and learn all about science with this hands-on, interactive camp! Using their imaginations and everyday household items, campers will develop their own hypotheses to test while being immersed in science. With an emphasis on empowerment and innovation, this camp allows kids to create new ideas and explore the world around them. The Exploration Station – The Museum’s rolling science exhibit – will help guests investigate and learn about the inner workings of their bodies, including the five senses, the intricacies of the brain and how their lungs function. From making glop to taking things apart, Discovery Science Camp offers a jam-packed week of fun and insight!

Imaginator Theater Camp

Two-Week Session: June 9-13 and June 16-20

*Camper must attend both weeks

Age group: 6-9 years

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

To be or not to be… there’s no question! Perfect for aspiring actors and actresses, this sellout two week theatrical camp allows children to join the Imaginators – the Museum’s professional troupe of actors and educators! Campers will create their own original theatrical production by working together to learn how to develop characters, write a script, audition for roles, rehearse and perform for an audience. At the end of the second week, campers will give a special performance of their play for parents, friends and Museum guests.

Dream. Design. Build. Camp

June 30-July 3

Age Group: 4-9 years

Monday – Thursday (Independence Day is Friday and Camp will be closed), 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

**Limited Spaces Available

As a special “Outside The Box” exhibit summer camp, Dream. Design. Build. Camp is perfect for young engineers and architects! Little builders of the future will learn how to design, build and complete a finished product that will be on display during the last day of camp for all Museum visitors to see!

For more information regarding summer camps or to register for a summer camp, visit http://www.childrensmuseumatlanta.org/parents/summer_camp or call 404-527-5967.

As part of its special summer hours, The Children’s Museum will be open on Wednesdays beginning June 11 through August 13, 2014.

 Museum hours: Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day; open until 1:00 p.m. Christmas Eve. Open New Year’s Eve. Please check the Museum website to confirm hours of operation.

 About The Children’s Museum of Atlanta:

The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is a smart place to play and a non-profit organization offering a family-friendly space filled with interactive, educational exhibits and programming for children ages eight and under. The Museum’s mission is to spark imagination and inspire discovery and learning for all children through the power of play. The Museum’s four permanent learning zones consist of bright, creative, hands-on exhibits that are designed to give children an opportunity to learn through play. The Children’s Museum of Atlanta also offers parties, memberships, field trips, summer camp, and private events.

For more information or to support The Children’s Museum of Atlanta, visit their website at www.childrensmuseumatlanta.org or call 404.659.KIDS [5437]. 

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