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2021 Summer Camps for Rising 1st & 2nd Graders

 

Summer camp at The Schiele Museum is a unique experience full of excitement for exploring science and the natural world. Participants can look forward to hands-on activities and a variety of learning experiences within the museum, outdoors on the Nature Trail, and on carefully selected trips in the local community. Organized activities begin each day at 9 AM and end at 4 PM. Every participant is invited to participate in our extended day program that allows drop-off as early as 7:30 AM and pick-up at late as 5:30 PM at no additional charge.

 

Download the entire 1st & 2nd grade camp options & check off which ones your child would like to attend!

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Camp 101:  June 1 - 4
Fun on the Farm

Discover how plants and animals have helped to shape our communities for generations, then get down and dirty on the farm to learn how we continue to benefit from them today.

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Camp 102: June 7-11
Wilderness Exploration Camp

Want to take your love of the great outdoors to new levels? Learn the basics of wilderness survival as we explore nature and learn some fun camping techniques.

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Camp 103:  June 14 - 18
Things That Fly

Take-off on an exploration of the science and history of flight.  Make everything from paper airplanes to rockets and more.  Be an aviator as you test your own flying experiment in this soaring camp!

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Camp 104:  June 21 - 25
Not Your Ordinary Science Camp

Who knows what will happen in our spontaneous scientist’s camp? Our unpredictable physics genius will enlighten, inspire, and entertain the brains of budding scientists with fantastic experiments and outlandish demonstrations. 

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Camp 105: June 28-July 2
Storybook Summer

Explore the magic of stories as we dive into the fantasy worlds of wizards, knights in shining armor, dragons, talking animals, and more! Plus, participate in fun activities that correspond with each day’s storybook themes.

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Camp 106:  July 5 - 9
N.C. Jr. Naturalist

Learn how to make your own nature journal and fill it with field sketches while learning about N.C. wildlife, ecosystems, and conservation efforts to preserve our natural places. Grab your nature journal, hand lens, and binoculars and let’s hit the trail to see how many N.C. native organisms we can find!

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Camp 107:  July 12 - 16
The Wonderful World of Schiele

Sprinkle a little pixie dust and transform this week of camp into a magical world where houses float up, carpets fly, and clownfish save the day. See you real soon!

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Camp 108:  July 19 - 23
Español bajo el Sol

 ¿Estás listo o lista? Are you ready? Dive into the Spanish language and culture in this immersive experience that’s filled with hands-on activities and fun projects! ¡Venga!

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Camp 109:  July 26 - 30
Creative Contraptions

Design wacky contraptions, build innovative creations, and deconstruct everyday objects all while learning about how things work in this inventions filled camp.

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Camp 110:  August 2 - 6
The Amazing Race

Race against time to complete challenges with your team! Put your brainpower and problem-solving skills to the test to be the first team to finish every task!

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Camp 111:  August 9 - 13
Creepy, Crawly, Scaly and Slimy

Explore the natural science of animals that makes many people cringe.  Insects, spiders, snakes, frogs, and other reptiles and amphibians will be the subjects of your scientific investigations.

 


Summer Day Camp Weekly Fees:

$165 Schiele Members / $185 non-members

  

Schiele Members have exclusive access to sign up for summer camps from January through February.
Registration opens to non-members beginning March 1st. Not a Schiele Museum member? Click here to join!

 

How to Sign Up for Summer Camps:

Step 1. Choose the camps you would like to attend from the Summer Camp Guide.

Step 2. Call Lana DuPont at 704.854.6676 to reserve your camp spot. Please note, payment is required in full to reserve a camp spot.

Step 3. Complete and return the registration forms (these will be emailed to you).