Frontiers of Flight Museum's Virtual Camps


June 08, 2020 to July 31, 2020


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Tired of home school and yearning for relief? Frontiers of Flight Museum brings focused energy and independence to your home with virtual summer camps.

Each camp takes place Monday thru Friday with six activities a day including a secure video chat with the educator and fellow campers, outdoor activities, crafts, and games. Students will spend no more than an hour a day on the computer and majority of activities will not require parental supervision.

All activities will have three different levels of exploration using common household items so that children of all ages can participate and work at their own level independently or together with their siblings.

Step away from Earth while exploring the International Space Station during astronomy camp! Each day is filled with experiments like those performed aboard the ISS, along with harnessing the power of the sun to make s’mores, collecting water from condensation, and more.

In this camp aspiring aviators will explore the mystery of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan’s disappearance. Throughout the week campers will learn about forensic science, create maps while exploring nature, and learn how to survive in the wild.