April 5th - April 9th
Spring Camp Registration ends March 24th.
Mini session: 2 pm - 5 pm
August 2nd - August 6th
Regular session: 9 am - 1 pm
During the STEM camp we will be learning about the different branches of science such as chemistry, physics, biology, and earth sciences, in addition to performing fun engineering activities. The goal of this camp is to teach the campers about the importance of STEM while engaging in fun activities that will help campers to retain the information. STEM education aids in helping children to become critical thinkers while encouraging them to become future innovators.
Due to limited capacity because of COVID-19, please email our Operations Coordinator Dara Kahkonen at dka to with questions or to register for a camp(s) or combination of camps, we have all day camp options available.
ABOUT THE EDUCATOR
Miss Jasmine is one of our educators here at the Museum. She leads the S.T.E.A.M Exploration program where we learn about the different branches of S.T.E.A.M and perform an activity or experiment each week. She recently graduated from The University of North Carolina-Wilmington with a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology and Oceanography. During her undergraduate career she studied abroad in England at the University of Southampton. While there she was enrolled in the Earth and Ocean Sciences program. Miss Jasmine is very interested in Orcas and hopes to one day become a whale biologist!
Fun Fact: Miss Jasmine is learning embroidery!
Favorite Food: Miss Jasmine's favorite food is coffee ice cream.
Morning session campers will need to bring a packed lunch.
All campers ages five years and older need a face mask.
All campers will need to bring a reusable, filled water bottle.
Please inform us of any allergies during registration.
In accordance with COVID-19 regulations, we will implement safe, social distancing practices throughout camp. Face coverings will be required for each attendee five years and older. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival at the event. Each caregiver will be asked to review and acknowledge a health waiver. Thank you for being understand and supporting The Children's Museum of Wilmington during this confusing time.