Our popular Summer Museum Camp has gone digital and everybody K-12 is welcome to participate for FREE! Join Biologist and Museum Supervisor, Stefanie Ritter as we make our way through the food chain – tracking the meals of our desert critters from food sources in your own backyard all the way to the final outcome (uh-oh). Classes will start June 29, with a new topic each week. Choose a week or try them all! Each morning a daily activity will be posted for you.
- Week 1 (June 29 – July 3): Your Backyard Food Chain
- Week 2 (July 6 – July 10) : Tracking the Neighborhood
- 7)Week 3 ( July 13 – July 1: Bite and Chew
- Week 4 (July 20 – July 24): The Final Outcome – Scat
Lessons include reading, drawing and other creative activities for children of all ages, so team up with a friend or family member and go for it! If you are in 8th grade or higher, challenge yourself to dig deep into each topic! We’d love to hear from you – ask questions, make suggestions and show us your accomplishments! All you need is a computer, a printer, access to open space (backyard is fine), and some common school supplies.
If you finish all 4 weeks and turn in your assignments (they will be fun – I promise) you will be awarded the Museum Junior Biologist Award.
If you are interested in participating in only a few or don’t like assignments, please have fun and maybe we will see you next year!
This year’s Museum Youth Summer Camp is sponsored by Southern California Edison. Thank You!
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