CINCINNATI (FOX19) - The Cincinnati Museum Center is bringing campers back for in-person camps this summer.
You can reserve your spot starting Monday.
Campers will get to see what it’s like to be a paleontologist, mad scientist, astronaut, engineer and more!
Kids can dig for ancient artifacts and bones.
There also is a chance for campers to learn all about the Solar System and see what it takes to be a Space Explorer.
Officials with the Cincinnati Museum say studies have shown that math and science proficiency have suffered during pandemic. They hope these hands on STEM-based themes will help kids reenergize and also help them make new friends or reconnect with old ones after a difficult school year.
The museum is limiting the number slots this year to allow plenty of space and ensuring enough equipment.
The fun begins the week of June 1 with the last week of camps running through August 6.
Each camp beings at 9 a.m. and runs through 4 p.m. with before and after care available.
Camps are available for kids from kindergarten to 4th grade.
To reserve your spot, visit cincymuseum.org/museum-camps. You can also register by phone at (513) 287-7001.
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