Each of these three camps offers hands-on science through the lens of a truly biblical worldview founded in Genesis.
Each of these three camps offers hands-on science through the lens of a truly biblical worldview founded in Genesis. Both Explore Science and Explore Forensics are taught by experts from the Creation Museum and Answers in Genesis, while Teach Me Automation will be taught by experts in the field of information and technology for over thirty years.
Explore Science features five different fields of science: botany, physical science, forensics, zoology, and astronomy taught through four workshops each day (that’s twenty in total!). Campers will also enjoy a show in our brand-new planetarium, a zip line experience, and a special tour of the Creation Museum.
Explore Forensics (taught by a real forensic scientist) has campers lifting fingerprints, analyzing DNA, examining trace evidence, and more as they discover practical forensic techniques used every day to solve crimes. This unique three-day camp features four workshops each day (for a total of twelve).
Teach Me Automation 3-Day STEM Camp introduces campers to the basics of automation, technology principles, problem-solving, and more through hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) workshops. Your future engineer, computer programmer, or robotics expert will love this camp.
In each of these camps, incoming 5th graders through 12th grade students will discover truth from God’s Word and fascinating details about science as they get hands-on experience. There’s no better way to learn! These day camps (no overnights) are taking place here at the Creation Museum June 15–19 (Explore Science), June 24–26 (Explore Forensics), July 13–17 (Explore Science), and July 22–24 (Teach Me Automation).
Nowhere else in the world can your students have such a unique experience!
Register today before the camps fill up at CreationMuseum.org.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.