TINY EXPLORERS

Campers are organized into groups based on registration levels and grade the camper has completed by June 2021

Some grade levels may have children from 2 different grade levels combined.  Example:  Kindergarten and 1st. 

 

While the weekly theme for pre-k- 1st grade children may be the same, each grade the daily topics taught will be unique for each grade.

Note:  Children in the nursery level must be at least 4 years of age and toilet trained

Copy of birth certificate required for children in the nursery program

Block Registration options:  All 8 Weeks  

                                           

                                            First 4 Weeks

                                            Last 4 Weeks

 

Session 1: July 6th - July 9th (no camp on July 5th)

Sounds like Fun!

Wonder why you hear that bell ringing, or if sound travels underwater? This week will explore talking cups,  if crickets can tell the temperature, and whatever the doppler effect is. Sound interesting? Let’s get learning!

Session 2: July 12th – 16th

Adventures in Space

Blast off into the cosmos this week as we learn about rockets and being an astronaut! Find out how the sun tells time, all about the atmosphere, and take a walk “through” our solar system!

Session 3: July 19th - 23rd

Animal Planet

Reptiles, mammals, amphibians, oh my! This week we’ll meet and learn all about the adaptations of these incredible animals and even try to make ourselves camouflaged in the ultimate game of “hide and seek”!

Session 4: July 26th – 30th

Sharks and Minnows

What hides in the water? We’ll dive into the layers of the ocean, try to make a boat, and head to the beach to explore aquatic animals and the intertidal zone!

Session 5: August 2nd - 6th

Construction Zone

CAUTION: You are about to enter a construction zone! Come use your creativity to build houses, boats and more! We will be using different materials and seeing if they can hold up to the pressure!

Session 6: August 9th - 13th

Let's Get Wild

Darwin said it’s “survival of the fittest” ! Let’s see who can survive in the wild this week! We will be looking at which plants are edible, making butter, and finding out how to survive in the woods!

Session 7: August 16th – 20th

Digging Up Dinos


Do you want to be a paleontologist? Come to the museum to find out what they do! We will dig up real dinosaur bones and learn about how earth has changed through time!
 

Session 8: August 23rd – 27st

Experiments Galore

Bang! Pop! Fizz! Science experiments can yield many results! From slime, to color changing liquids, to playing with magnets, we will explore all fields of science with some hands-on fun!

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SCIENCE MUSEUM OF LONG ISLAND

1526 N Plandome Road

Manhasset NY, 11030

 

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