Camp EdVenture Myrtle Beach
Spring Break Camp Information:
Spring Break Camp 2018
April 2-6, 2018
$125 per child per week/ $105 for members
Designed for kids ages 4-6 years
9AM – 3PM, early dropoff beginning at 8AM
EdVenture at Myrtle Beach is thrilled to offer our very first Spring Break Day Camp for children ages 4-6. Each camp day will feature a sampling of our upcoming Summer Camp offerings with fun, themed, hands-on activities that will keep your children busy and happy all day long. Register early and give your child an unforgettable experience. Camps are open to the public. Please make sure each child brings their own lunch. We will provide a snack and water.
Spring into the new season alongside Eric Carle and one very hungry caterpillar! Join EdVenture MB as our youngest campers see spring through the eyes of a beloved author and illustrator of many acclaimed children’s books. On this day, campers will not only learn the science behind Eric Carle’s Very Hungry Caterpillar but follow in his footsteps by illustrating in their own unique art form.
Our young campers will get messy and learn to play when they discover a world of colors through our super fun Splat Paint activities!
Learn about how our blood works! Then make a model of blood using corn syrup and candy parts! Take a look at what a virus looks like and how to prevent the spread of infection during the cold/flu seasons! Make a model of the blood stream with viruses and white blood cells! Learn about the basic shapes of bacteria, how they make people sick, and make a model of a bacteria!
Our youngest campers will dive into the world of storytelling and explore and recreate the most exciting tales! We will collaborate and create as we discover new worlds and design our own masks, music, and more. Explore your imagination with us!
Discover what traits are and how we inherit them! Make DNA bracelets that represent the uniqueness of you based on your physical traits! Learn where DNA is found and how it affects you! Get hands-on and use real science equipment to take a strawberry and extract its DNA so you can actually see and touch it! Join us in exploring the microscopic world with the power of magnification and microscopes.
To inquire or register, call the museum at 843-946-9469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.