Are your kids full of questions? What are the planets like? Why do they have moons? How can people explore them? What animal left those tracks? Why are some clouds puffy and bright, and others dark and threatening? What’s that rock made of?
Sign them up for a week of fun and discovery at the Casper Planetarium’s Summer Day Camps. We have two camps coming up soon: “Solar System Exploration” for 7 & 8 year olds from June 22 – 26, and “Earth Science” for 9 & 10 year olds from July 6 – 10.
“Solar System Exploration” will meet in person at the planetarium on Monday and Friday, and via the internet Tuesday through Thursday, from 11 am to noon each day. Students will learn about the objects in our galactic neighborhood and how we are starting to explore them. The cost is $15.
“Earth Science” will meet in person at the planetarium from 10 am to noon for all five days. Students will learn about animals, habitats, weather, rocks, and more, with lots of hands-on activities. The cost is $25.
Class size is limited, so sign your kids up soon. Click HERE for a flyer and registration form.