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The Fleet Science Center helps keep kids engaged with exciting Spring Adventure Camps

 Full-day, in-person camps are available for kids in grades 1–3.

February 01, 2022


San Diego, CA—The Fleet Science Center offers a full week of camps to help keep kids active and engaged during the upcoming spring break. Students in grades 1–3 can learn about science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) while experimenting with hydropower, exploring ocean chemistry and learning about extreme climates with the Fleet's Spring Adventure Camps. 
 
The Fleet's Spring Adventure Camps are offered every day from Monday, March 28, through Friday, April 1. The camps take place at the Fleet and feature a full day of fun and educational, hands-on activities for kids in grades 1 through 3.  Registration for Spring Adventure Camps is now open. Camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Prices for the full week of camps are $250 for members and $275 for nonmembers. 
 
A full description of Spring Adventure Camp activities is included below. More information can also be found on our website: www.fleetscience.org/events/spring-camps.   
 

Full Camp Descriptions

Spring Adventure Camps 
Grades 1–3 
  • March 28: In the Ocean—Explore the big blue ocean, including water chemistry, boat building and more. 
  • March 29: In the Air—Up, up and away! This camp will get you fascinated about flying objects and weather from above. 
  • March 30: Thinking Green—Experiment with hydropower, water filters and learn how to upcycle materials to help reduce unnecessary waste. 
  • March 31: The Great Outdoors—Rocks, trees, animal identifiers and more make this camp exciting for any adventurer. 
  • April 1: Extreme Conditions—Learn about extreme climates, like deserts and tundra, and discover what humans do to tolerate extreme situations. 
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About the Fleet Science Center:

The Fleet Science Center connects people of all ages to the possibilities and power of science to create a better future. At the science center, you can explore and investigate more than 100 interactive exhibits that pique your curiosity and become immersed in an IMAX film adventure that shows the wonders of the planet--and beyond--in the Eugene Heikoff and Marilyn Jacobs Heikoff Giant Dome Theater. For young science enthusiasts, the Fleet offers science workshops both at the Fleet and at schools throughout San Diego County. For adults, we offer events like Suds & Science and Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar™ at locations all over San Diego. We support communities by leveraging science resources to meet local needs. Teachers are encouraged to join our Teacher Partner Program and take advantage of our professional development opportunities. Additionally, at the Fleet Science Center, visitors will find unique educational toys and games, books, IMAX DVDs and more in the North Star Science Store, and pizzas, sandwiches, salads and healthy treats in our Craveology cafe. Located in Balboa Park, at 1875 El Prado, two blocks south of the San Diego Zoo on Park Blvd., the Fleet is San Diego's science center. Science starts here and opens a world of possibility. For information regarding current admission prices, visit our website at fleetscience.org.
 
 
About Balboa Park:
Located near downtown San Diego, Balboa Park is the largest urbancultural park in the United States. First established by the City of San Diego in 1868, it is also one of the oldest city parks in the nation and is the most visited single destination in San Diego. Its 1,200 acres include 17 museums, many gardens and attractions, the San Diego Zoo, miles of hiking trails, and multiple athletic complexes to explore and discover. For more information, visit balboapark.org.
 

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