Summer Maker Camps

Why spend your summer 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 this summer!

2017 CAMP DATES AVAILABLE INCLUDE:

August 1st-2nd (2 Registrations Left)

Fun & Games
10 AM – 3 PM  |  Ages 7-9
Members: $100  |  Nonmembers: $120

Learn the basics of animating using the program Scratch from MIT and see how you can bring your drawings to life! Create a character and bring its world to life in a fun game of your own creation you can take home and play.

August 8th -9th (FULL)
Video Game Master 
10 AM – 3 PM  |  Ages 10-12
Members: $100  |  Nonmembers: $120

Why spend the summer playing video games when you can learn how to create your own? Join us for camp where you’ll learn how to use open source software GameMaker to create your own point-and-click and maze games as you build your knowledge to go home and continue designing.

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.

 


Fun Fact
The Museum's Noble Planetarium was the first planetarium to be named after a female astronomer, Charlie Mary Noble, a Fort Worth educator of math and astronomy.

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