Spring Break in The Woodlands

Spring Break in The Woodlands is coming up – yes! Already! If you’re stuck in town for work, or just don’t have any plans but don’t want the kids laying around, staring at their phones and iPads all day, The Woodlands has your answer. Here are some options, all held at the Recreation Center.

 

Engineering for Kids – Daily sessions are broken down into two halves. The morning session crews design uses engineering and imagination to solve real-world problems. The afternoon session students explores robotics and computer programming with Da Vinci EV3 Robots, designing and programming LEGO® robots to solve challenges. Students ages 9 – 13 use LEGO® Mindstorms® Education EV3 software to program and control a robot with Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi.

 

Science Mysteries Camp – Your kids will solve science mysteries using everything they learn about nature, robotics, chemistry and electronics. Campers ages 6 – 12 use daily documentation to create a movie they can take home at the end of the week. Camp is a full day, children must bring their lunch.

 

Spanish Camp – This is an immersive language class for students age 7-12. It teaches the Spanish language as well as exploring culture, music, dance, and traditions. Students experience an immersive language learning journey! Taught by native-speaking teachers from around the world. Camp will be held from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM at the Recreation Center, March 16 – 20. Fee: $290 per child for residents, $300 for non-residents.

 

http://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/Facilities.aspx?Page=detail&RID=125

 

The Woodlands Children’s Museum also has a program called Spring BreaK-ation, affordable educational activities for children ages 4 through 11. Workshops can include ARTrageous, Sizzlin’ Science, WeDo Robotics, or, for 7-11 year olds only, E.A.R.L.Y Robotics.

Sessions are available for morning, noon, or the full day with the Lunch Bunch option.

For more information about Spring BreaK-ation, and The Woodlands Children’s Museum in general, visitWoodlandsChildrensMuseum.org, or call 281 465-0955. Spaces will fill up fast!

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