Crazy Science Summer Camps
Our science summer camps are are a great way to inspire a love of science in your kids! We offer an abundance of hands-on activities that are centered around engaging themes. We encourage our campers to work in teams as well as on solo projects.
Mission to Mars
June 24-28, 2024 (5 days)
You have been selected by the Crazy Science Mission Control to join a team of elite scientists and engineers who have been tasked with determining if humans can live on Mars. Your mission includes designing a rover, launching a rocket that will bring your rover to Mars, finding a way to land your rover safely on the surface of Mars, programming* your rover to collect surface samples, and analyzing the samples your rover collected.
* this camp includes a robotics segment
Super Hero Science
June 17-21, 2024 (4 days, no camp on 6/19)
July 8-12, 2024 (5 days)
Super Heroes are not the only ones with amazing powers. At the Super Hero Science Camp, you will use science to learn about powers that many of your favorite super heroes have, including invisibility, flight, and levitation. Crazy Science has even managed to collect a specimen from the nemesis of a famous web-slinger!
Camps run: 9AM - 3PM
Includes a 45 minute lunch and two snack breaks (food not provided)
Example Camp Schedule:
9:00 - 11:45 Morning Science Activities
11:45 - 12:30 Lunch Break
12:30 - 3:00 Afternoon Science Activities
3:00 - Pickup
We will do 1 snack break during the morning session and another snack break during the afternoon session. Snacks and lunch are not provided. Students should bring snacks and lunch that do not need to be refrigerated.
What Students and Parents Say
"Our son did Mr. Ken’s after school Crazy Science class and enjoyed it so much that he begged us to sign up for the summer camp. So glad that we did! When we picked him up from camp, he was smiling ear to ear and eager to share all the really cool experiments and projects from the day. We’ll be signing up our son for the Crazy Science after school program this fall as well! Thank you, Mr. Ken!" —R.L., Mother of 2nd Grade Student