Explore Space Experience

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Your future explorers will enjoy a variety of hands-on, immersive activities and experiences based on space and science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM).

Age Group:
8-13 years old
Dates:
Four week-long themes: June 17-21, June 24-28, July 8-12, July 15-19
Event Admission:
$295 per session
Multiple session discounts!

Send Your Kids to Space This Summer!

Launch your future explorers, scientists and engineers into a memorable summer adventure!

Explore Space Experience was created to inspire and engage children, ages 8-13, and to provide an educational, memorable experience. Your future explorers will enjoy a variety of hands-on, immersive activities and experiences based on space and science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM).

REGISTER HERE!

Computer Code

Fun with Tomorrow's Technology

Monday-Friday • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m

 Ages 8-10 • June 17-21 (Week 1) 
 Ages 11-13 • June 24-28 (Week 2)

Calling all techies! Looking for something fun to do this summer? We're in search for kids who want to learn about coding! Practice coding with the newest tech-toys and innovate your ideas into reality. If that sounds like you, meet us here, at SFDC and be prepared to have some tech fun!

Space Craft

Space Design and Exploration

 Monday-Friday • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
 Ages 11-13 • June 17-21 (Week 1) 
 Ages 8-10 • June 24-28 (Week 2)

You up for a challenge? Are you ready for an adventure? Gather up your friends and join us for a week of space exploration! Complete exciting design challenges centered around space and gain knowledge about space exploration beyond our solar system. You will also discover if life may exist past Earth. If this sounds like fun, come join us on this adventure of a lifetime!

Image of Mars

Mission to Mars

  Monday-Friday • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  Ages 8-10 • July 8-12   (Week 3)
  Ages 11-13 • July 15-19 (Week 4)

3,2,1 ... Blast off to Mars! During this week of fun, we'll be transported to a new world. We'll study this red planet, learn what it will take to get us there, and create solutions for how people can live on Mars. Be a part of the first manned "Mission to Mars"!

Astronaut

 Become an Apollo Astronaut

  Monday-Friday • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  Ages 11-13 • July 8-12 (Week 3) 
  Ages 8-10 • July 15-19 (Week 4)

Want to go to the moon? Join us at the SFDC and learn what it takes to become an Apollo astronaut! We'll be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo missions while participating in lunar design challenges, training to be an astronaut, and use of new technologies to learn what the future of lunar exploration has in store for us.

RESERVE SPACE TODAY and Expand Their Universe!

Full Day Rate: $295 per week

Sign Up for Multiple Sessions and Save!

 

Please note all scholarships have been awarded.

 

Email all questions about the Explore Space Experience to [email protected]

*Please note, if we do not reach a required number of students two weeks prior to the start of the event, the Space Foundation reserves the right to cancel the event. A full refund will be given and email notification will occur. 

 

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Jun 2019
Fun with Tomorrow's Technology (Ages 8-10) Calling all techies! Looking for something fun to do this summer? We're in search for kids who want to learn about coding! Practice coding with the newest tech-toys and innovate your ideas into… [more]
24
Jun 2019
Space Design and Exploration (Ages 8-10) You up for a challenge? Are you ready for an adventure? Gather up your friends and join us for a week of space exploration! Complete exciting design challenges centered around space and gain… [more]
8
Jul 2019
Mission to Mars  (Ages 8-10) 3,2,1 ... Blast off to Mars! During this week of fun, we'll be transported to a new world. We'll study this red planet, learn what it will take to get us there, and create solutions for how people can live on… [more]
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Jul 2019
Become an Apollo Astronaut  (Ages 8-10) Want to go to the moon? Join us at the SFDC and learn what it takes to become an Apollo astronaut! We'll be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo missions while participating in lunar… [more]
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