Summer Camps 2015
June 8-12, 2015
9:00 - Noon
Our Critter Camp gives children an up-close and personal experience with animals, animal habitats, diet, behavior and more. Our staff and instructors will teach students about respecting animals and how to protect the amazing animals that share our planet. Local organizations will bring their knowledge and love of animals to camp each day with amazing interactive programming. Your child will have a special encounter with animals.
Class limited to 30 children
June 15-19, 2015
9:00 - Noon
Come join us for a summer adventure! Learn about the diverse Ecosystem of the Neches River, from the Big Thicket to the Gulf of Mexico, through fun hands - on activities and science experiments. This camp includes 2 trips aboard the Ivory Bill to explore 10 Mile Bayou and the Salt Marshes. Students must arrive on time on Monday and Friday for boat trips.
Adventure limited to 20 students
A Math Journey to Athens
June 22-26, 2015
9:00 - Noon
Students entering 3rd & 4th Grades
*A Latin word of the day and how it is used today in vocabulary or how modern words have Latin roots
*Myth of the Day
*Math Activities from "Athenian Secret" (logic and math skills to travel the city of Athens)
*Reader's theater/ myth reenactments
This is a unique camp led by certified teachers to get them a head start for the upcoming school year.
Class limited to 20 children
Ready for Math!
July 6-10, 2015
Ready... Set.... Math! Help your kids prepare for next year in math at Ready for Math camp. Kids will enjoy learning math with interactive games and activities presented by certified teachers. Improve your child's confidence and knowledge in math this summer.
Section ONE: Going into 1st & 2nd grade - 9:00am - Noon
Section TWO: Going into 3rd & 4th grade - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Each session is limited to 20 children for each section.
Girls in Engineering
July 20-24, 2015
9:00 - Noon
For girls only! Join us as we learn about engineering from women who work in the field. Your child will meet and talk to working women engineers, and particiapte in exciting hands-on projects, such as making lip gloss, building towers and more.
Class limited to 20 girls.
LEGO Robotics Camp
August 3-7, 2015
Session I: 9:00 - Noon (FULL)
Session II: 1:00pm - 4pm
Campers will have a BLAST, while learning and playing in a dynamic environment. Learning about robotics and Science, in a independent and exciting way.
Any day that a child learns through playing, and begs to come back not just the next day, but next week or year, you know you hit the jackpot for a camp.
Robot / Science / Engineering learning
Camps / workshops Girls and Boys - Aged 7 to 14
Skill level - from beginners to master builders
Hands on Learninge
Daily Robotic challenges
Where creating, thinking, and learning comes to life. Presented by Robots-4-U.
Class limited to 24 children
Sample Daily Schedule
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - noon
8:45 - Camper Drop-off, must be escorted to class by parent or guardian
9:00 - Attendance
9:05 - Thought for the Day
9:20 - Lesson Start
10:30 - Snack Break
11:00 - Lesson
11:30 - Clean-up
11:45 - Pick-up begins
1:00 - Attendance
1:05 - Lessson start
2:30 - Snack
3:00 - Lesson continues
3:45 - Clean-up begins, pick-up begins
4:00 Pickup - all children must be picked up by 4:10.
Registration and Fees
$100 per child, per camp
All registration paperwork and payment is due one week before your child is enrolled.
To register by mail:
Beaumont Children's Museum
Attn: Summer Camps
P.O. Box 7293
Beaumont, Texas 77726-7293
No registrations will be taken first day of class.
All Beaumont Children's Museum camps are self-contained in our facility located at 701 Main Street, Downtown Beaumont (inside the Beaumont Civic Center).