Long Island’s most unique and interesting camp, focusing on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics)!
Engineering For Kids 5-day summer camp weeks consist of two 3-hour sessions, one held in the morning and another in the afternoon. Sign up for morning, afternoon or both! Students break for a supervised lunch hour from 12pm-1pm each day. Please note that lunch is not provided, please bring a bag lunch.
Half Day sessions are $350 and Full Day sessions are $500.
Junior Engineer Camps (ages 4-6, 9:00-12:00)
June 29 - July 3; Space Pioneers
July 6 - 10; Camp Kelvin
July 20 - 24; Medieval Defense
July 27 - 31; Inventor's Workshop
August 3 - 7; Wings, Wheels & Sails
August 10 - 14; Power & Energy
August 17 - 21; Pirate Academy
August 24 - 28; Medieval Defense
August 31 - September 4; Space Pioneers
Apprentice/Master Engineers (ages 7-14)
June 29 - July 3; Robotics: Envirobots, 9am - 12pm.
June 29 - July 3; Food Factory, 1pm - 4pm.
July 6 - 10; Momentum Madness, 9am - 12pm.
July 6 - 10; Kodu Kart Racing, 1pm - 4pm.
July 20 - 24; Hero's Week, 9am - 12pm.
July 20 - 24; Robotics: Rescue Robots, 1pm - 4pm.
July 27 - 31; Out of this World, 9am - 12pm.
July 27 - 31; Robotics: Mission to Mars, 1pm - 4pm.
August 3 - 7; Electronic Game Design: Platform Games, 9am - 12pm.
August 3 - 7; Survivor Engineer's Cove, 1pm - 4pm.
August 10 - 14; Medieval Mayhem, 9am - 12pm.
August 10 - 14; Electronic Game Design: Tower Defense, 1pm - 4pm.
August 17 - 21; Amazing Race, 9am - 12pm.
August 17 - 21; Electronic Game Design, 1pm - 4pm.
August 24 - 28; Design the Future, 9am - 12pm.
August 24 - 28; Minecraft: Traveling into the Future, 1pm - 4pm.
Cradle of Aviation STEM & Space Summer Camp 2015
In these five-day mini-camps, led by experienced museum educators, campers will explore, interact, experiment and create. Sign up for one or more weeks of fun this summer at Long Island’s most unique and interesting camp!
What is STEM?
STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.