Winter Maker Camps

Why spend your winter break on the couch when you could spend it at the museum making awesome things?
Check out these fun and exciting maker camps for ages 7-9 and 10-12, perfect for both the young Rey or Luke in your family!

2017/2018 CAMP DATES AVAILABLE INCLUDE:

Wed.-Thur., December 27th-28th

Jedi Science
10 AM – 3 PM  |  Ages 10-12
Members: $120  |  Nonmembers: $140

Learn how Star Wars and Science collide! Program LEGO® Robots that work like R2D2, discover “The Force” behind how you can make things move without touching them, and explore the aerodynamics of aircraft like the Death Star and Millenium Falcon.

Tue.-Wed., January 2nd-3rd

Jedi Science
10 AM – 3 PM  |  Ages 7-9
Members: $120  |  Nonmembers: $140

Do you have what it takes to become a Jedi? Train like a young padawan as you learn how to use “The Force” using science! See interesting creatures that look like they are from far away galaxies and learn about flight from aircraft like the Millenium Falcon. You’ll even learn about how robots like C3PO and R2D2 work!

(Please note: No previous knowledge of Star Wars is required for these camps.
The activities and content covered in camp is exciting and suitable for all age groups, genders, and Jedi/non-Jedi alike.)


Registration Information:

--Class space is limited and first-come, first-served; advance registration is required.
--Full payment must be made at time of registration.
--Registration closes one week prior to the camp start date.
--If minimum enrollment is not met, that class may be cancelled and registration can be transferred or a full refund will be given.
--Class specific information/parking instructions will be emailed to registered campers one week prior to camp start date.
--NO exceptions on age limits will be made.
--All activity supplies are included in registration cost.
--Lunch is NOT provided.
--Campers must either bring a nut-free sack lunch or bring funds to purchase lunch in the Stars Cafe.

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Have questions or would like to pay by check or cash? Email make@fmwsh.org.

 


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When established in 1941, the Museum was the first children's museum in Texas and one of the first children's museums in the nation.

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