Each camp teaches hands-on science from a biblical perspective. Campers will learn from top experts and enjoy all the Creation Museum has to offer as they complete 20 unique, hands-on science workshops and even enjoy a sleepover in the Creation Museum!
Each camp teaches hands-on science from a biblical perspective.
Explore Science 5-Day Summer Camps are open for children who have completed 4th grade through children in high school. The June camp (June 10–14) topics include dinosaurs, chemistry, forensics, astronomy, and zoology. The July camp (July 22–26) topics include paleontology, astronomy, forensics, human anatomy, and zoology. For both camps, the astronomy day includes an overnight inside the Creation Museum.
And, for the first time this year, we’re also offering Explore Forensics 3-Day Camp (June 26–28). Campers will study fingerprints, fingerprint processing, DNA, trace analysis (hair and fibers), impressions (shoe and dental), crime scene recording, and document examination—all taught by a real forensic scientist, Dr. Jennifer Rivera.
The best part of these camps is the way they combine hands-on science learning with a biblical worldview. Everything these future scientists are learning is seen through the lens of Scripture, and they’ll be encouraged to see how science confirms God’s Word. If you have science-minded children, I strongly encourage you to register them for these wonderful summer day camps. And, if you’re from out of state, plan a vacation in the greater Cincinnati area while your child is at camp by taking advantage of our new vacation bundles. Nowhere else in the world can you find programs like these.
Everything these future scientists are learning is seen through the lens of Scripture, and they’ll be encouraged to see how science confirms God’s Word.
Registration deadlines are approaching so be sure to register very soon to ensure your children’s spot! Learn more about Explore Science 5-Day Summer Camps and register today.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.