Day Camps

Experiencing nature. Doing science. Having fun.
 

 Summer Camps 2020

Summer camps for 2020 at A Time for Science have been canceled.  This decision was a difficult one, but it is required in order for staff to adapt to new programming format which will be necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   A Time for Science is working to develop new safety measures for our programming while making sure we effectively train our employees to ensure those measures are met.  When programs and camps are able to begin again, they will have a lower capacity than our traditional camps and programs and will include new safety measures.  

Our top priority is keeping our campers and employees safe.  Other summer programs, which have lower capacity numbers, are still being evaluated and an update will be provided as soon as possible.

In the meantime, please stay connected with us through our online programs via facebook and Instagram.  We miss you and your family and look forward to the time we can all be together, safely, again.

Growing Minds

July 6-10

This plant-focused week is perfect for the camper that wants to get their hands dirty. We’ll be gardening and hiking while learning about native plant life and even cooking and tasting food from the garden!

Space is the Place

July 13-17 & July 20-24

Enjoy daily planetarium shows, create out of this world crafts, and explore the universe with our resident astrophysicist Bri the Sky Guy. Improve your knowledge on constellations and take a tour of the solar system!

Green Engineering

July 27-31 & August 3-7

Campers hone their problem-solving skills through a series of design challenges throughout the week. We’ll explore questions of sustainability and encourage creative thinking and problem solving.

Jr. Robotics Half Day Camp

July 6-10

This camp offers rising 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders a chance to design and build their very own  robots. Campers will develop skills in engineering and design. Pitt Pirate Robotics will mentor campers throughout the program, developing engineering and design skills within each student.

Lego Robotics Half Day Camp

July 13-17

This camp offers rising 5th-8th graders a chance to design and build their very own  robots. Campers will develop skills in engineering and design. Pitt Pirate Robotics will mentor campers throughout the program, developing engineering and design skills within each student.

Advanced Robotics Half Day Camp

July 20-24

The Advanced Robotics camp is designed for for rising 5th-8th graders who have already participated in a robotics camp to learn more advanced programming skills with the LEGO Mindstorm EV3 and VEX robots. Students will be introduced to arduinos and other programming devices.

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