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School’s out and it’s time for summer camp! Enter to win a FREE week of Maker Space Camp at the Michigan Science Center, August 5th -9th.
Do you have a little scientist at home? Send them to summer camp at the Michigan Science Center. Located in Detroit’s Cultural Center, the museum hosts a series of week-long specialty camps throughout the summer AND it’s not too late to sign up! From robotics to forensics, health and wellness, the Michigan Science Center is the perfect place for your kids to have fun while learning.
July 1 -5: Health and Wellness
Kick off the summer by learning all about our amazing bodies! Learn about how our organs, muscles, and bones all work together to make us do and experience extraordinary things. This camp is best for children in pre-K to 5th grade.
July 8-12: Earth Rocks!
We’re digging deep into earth science and environmental studies! From rocks to worms, we’ll explore the natural world around us. This camp is best for children in pre-K to 5th grade.
July 15-19: Robotics
Learn the language of 1s and 0s to program a robot friend! Join us to learn more about the world of robotics. This camp is best for children in 1st to 8th grade.
July 22- 26: Forensic Science
Grab your magnifying glass and get ready to make some observations! Can you find the clues and put the pieces together to figure out what happened? This camp is best for children in 1st to 8th grade.
July 29 – August 2: Space Science
Have you ever looked up into the night sky and wondered what is out there? Blast off to outer space with MiSci to learn all about the Universe! This camp is best for children in pre-K to 5th grade.
August 5-9: Maker Space
Do you have an idea for a great invention? Learn about the invention process and help solve real world problems! This camp is best for children in pre-K to 5th grade.
August 12-16: Space Mission Robotics
We are not alone on the journey to Mars! Learn how robots are being used to make great discoveries and help us understand the cosmos. This camp is best for children in 1st to 8th grade.
August 19-23: Weird Science
Many great scientific discoveries come out of happy accidents and messy experiments. Start the school year off with some crazy, wacky, weird science! This camp is best for children in pre-K to 5th grade.
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About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..