Although summer has not yet arrived, summer camp season has already begun. There are a number of summer camp opportunities for children of all ages including those at the Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS) in Daytona Beach, Florida which started its 2016 Summer Learning Institute this week. The museum is offering opportunities for children, ages four through 13 years old, and there will be a lot of learning and fun happening this summer.
Each session is for one week and there are six more remaining that run through Friday, August 5. Students are able to attend either a morning (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.) or afternoon (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) session or stay all day.
|June 20-June 24
June 27-July 1
July 11-July 15
|July 18-July 22
July 25-July 29
August 1-August 5
There are a variety of classes being offered this summer. Children, ages four to six years old, can become Junior Einsteins while learning about physics, astronomy and fossils; study Really Big Things like dinosaurs and pyramids and live A Pirate’s Life for Me while dressed as a pirate. Children, ages seven to nine years old, will dig for bones and learn how paleontologists excavate fossil sites studying Dragons from Deep Time; have 120,000 LEGOs at their disposal as Master Builders while they create and step into the Time Tunnel and learn about mummies, ancient temples and inventions that changed the world. Children, ages 10 to 13 years old, will become CSI investigators in the Daytona Crime Lab; participate in the Great Explorations Outreach Program visiting several historical sites in East Florida and learn the production side – creating story boards, using video equipment, editing and more – as Reality Star Film Producers. See the full list of classes as well as descriptions. See the DeLand offered classes from July 11-July 15.MOAS promises a summer of learning and a lot of fun for your children. Extended care options are also available for registered students from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. A discounted registration fee is offered to MOAS members.
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