Disclosure: Post sponsored in partnership with Omaha Children’s Museum. All opinions are mine.
Can you believe it’s almost summer break for the kids? We are starting to plan our family summer bucket list of fun and we always include at least one educational camp per child. My kids absolutely love attending camp with their peers and they get a much needed break from their siblings and mom. (Or, is it mom gets a much needed break?)
I sent my boys to Omaha Children’s Museum camp last summer and they loved it. My middle son attended the Minecraft camp and my youngest child attended the Mini Masterpiece Camp. I appreciate that the camps are educational and pick up and drop off is very easy.
Omaha Children’s Museum camps are taught by experienced museum educators, so kids learn through exciting interactions and activities in a safe environment! Each camp is a fun theme and are for ages 2-8. Plus, if you register before April 1st, you receive a $10 discount per camp!
New summer camps for 2017 include:
For Ages 4-5:
- Feel the Beat
- Mini Dinosaur Safari
- Ms. Frizzle’s Magic School Bus
- SuperHero Science
- Thomas’ Kindergarten Readiness
For Ages 6-8:
- Curious Critter
- Dinosaur Safari
- Mind Benders
- Science Quest
- Tree House Adventures
Popular returning camps include Jedi Training, Super Silly Sports, Fun-Damentals of Art, My Princess Dream, Pet Vet , Full S.T.E.A.M Ahead and Minecraft. (These two typically fill up fast and some dates are already full.)
There is such a variety of themes, I’m sure you will find one your kids will love!
About Omaha Children’s Museum Summer Camps:
See the full list of camp on the Omaha Children’s Museum Website
Ages: Camps are offered for ages 2-3 (Two, Three, And Me, adult must attend with a child); ages 4-5; and ages 6-8.
Dates/Times: Camps are five days each, starting the week of June 5 through August 6 (exact dates vary by camp.) AM camps are held from 9 a.m. to noon, PM camps are 1 to 4 p.m.
Location: Omaha Children’s Museum, 500 S 20th St in downtown Omaha
Cost & Discounts: Register before April 1 to get $10 off any camp. Camps are $120 for members and $135 for non-members regular price, so with the discount, it’s $110 for members and $125 for non-members.
Register: Online at www.ocm.org or call 402-342-6164 ext 410
Extras: For additional fees, parents can register children for before and/or after care or all day camp (sign up for a morning and afternoon camp and it will include a supervised lunch time. Campers bring own lunches.)
Which Omaha Children’s Museum camp would your child love to attend?