School Break Camps

School break camps provide an engaging experience for students during their time out of school. Each day offers a different topic for new experiences. Camps are sold by day, allowing parents to choose the date and theme that works for their families.

Ages
These camps are designed for K-through-6th-graders.

Cost

Daily camp cost: $45 member, $50 non-member
Before care: $6 per day
After care: $9 per day
Sibling discount: $5 off when siblings attend the same day camp

Get Started
Winter break camps: Members can register online here, and nonmembers can register online here.
Spring break camps: Members can register online here, and nonmembers can register online here.

Time
Camp: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Before care: 8 – 9 a.m.
After care: 4 – 5:30 p.m.

Winter Break Camps

Wednesday, Jan. 2 | Cultural Celebration
How do different cultures celebrate holidays and how do they compare to one another? We will have a fun, hands-on morning exploring different cultural celebrations.

Thursday, Jan. 3 | Winter Science
How do snow crystals form? Why do some animals hibernate? How do animals stay warm during the cold, blustery season? Investigate these questions and more as we discover the science of winter.

Friday, Jan. 4 | Art with Bricks
We’ll get creative using bricks of all shapes and sizes to create a variety of print patterns, sculptures and artwork in a rainbow of colors.

Spring Break Camps

Monday, March 25 | Cardboard Creations
Build a robot, sail the ocean, fly to the moon or make your own wings. If you can think it, you can create it with cardboard!

Tuesday, March 26 | Science of Color
Brighten up your day as you experiment with the colors of the rainbow, play with color mixing, examine how light breaks up into colors and create a spectrum of colorful art.

Wednesday, March 27 | Duct Tape Fashion
Use your imagination to transform this common household material into colorful, creative and sometimes sticky fashion accessories. Be prepared to strut your stuff and show off your designs!

Thursday, March 28 | Garden to Lunchtime
Spring into the planting season as you design your own lunchtime garden. Plant your own mini garden, learn about the proper care of your seedlings, craft your own containers and more. Will you grow a salad or pizza garden?

Friday, March 29 | Only in Indiana
What makes Indiana unique? What does it mean to be a Hoosier? Discover the wonders of Indiana as we explore the history, science, art and culture that’s found only in Indiana.

Monday, April 1 | Astronomy
Explore the solar system and the stars in the sky as we investigate the field of astronomy.

Tuesday, April 2 | Pinewood Car Making
Design, build and decorate your very own wooden car and test it on our two-story, 125-foot track during Pinewood Derby.

Wednesday, April 3 | Citizen Science
Become a citizen scientist for the day as you explore the natural world and help scientists understand the world around us.

Thursday, April 4 | X Marks the Spot
Learn about maps, use a compass and go on a scavenger hunt to pinpoint where X marks the spot on this museum adventure.

Friday, April 5 | Poetry in Motion
Celebrate National Poetry month as we explore and experiment with the rhythm and rhyme of words.

As a reminder, all camps require one week's notice for cancelation. Review our registration, cancelation and bad weather policies here.