The Delaware Museum of Natural History's Summer Camp is an exciting blend of nature, art, and adventure programming designed to provide young campers with a fun and educational summer experience. Using the Museum's facilities and the beautiful environment of the Larry F. Scott Nature Trail, Summer Camp offers a wide variety of programs designed to engage and excite any child. Whether searching for wildlife, creating a nature journal, or learning about animals from around the globe, campers will enjoy their summer at one of Delaware's favorite museums.
The Museum offers camp programs for children ages 2 through 13. Camp begins in early June and ends in late August.
For additional questions about Summer Camps, please contact Programs Facilitator Julie Steinhauerat 302-658-9111, ext. 305.
The Writing Project June 23 - 27, 2014
This June, the Museum is partnering with the Pennsylvania Writing and Literature Project(PAWLP), one of the oldest and largest sites of the National Writing Project (NWP). PAWLP follows NWP's guiding principles and provides professional development, develops resources, generates research, and acts on knowledge to improve the teaching of writing and learning in schools and communities.
Join us June 23 - 27 from 9 a.m. - noon to feel the fossils, discover the dinosaurs, and question the curators as you explore the Delaware Museum of Natural History. Students will learn about natural history and get a behind-the-scenes look at the Museum as they create poetry, stories, and riddles about their adventures. This camp includes an overnight stay at the Museum.
Dates: June 23 — 27 from 9 a.m. — noon with overnight stay on Thursday (campers will stay at the Museum from 9 a.m. Thursday through noon on Friday) Cost: $260 for registrations received by June 7, $285 thereafter Registration form on back of flyer (link below) or register HERE. Registration deadline: June 16
Registration is limited. Class may fill prior to deadline date. A limited number of need-based scholarships are available.