Roberson is hosting Adventure Week during spring break, April 14-18! You can choose to sign your child up for one day, multiple days or all five. Camps are for students in grades 3 through 7 and run 9 am to 3pm each day.
Please note that camps require a minimum number of participants, and are subject to change. Tuition is non-refundable
Price per day is $36 for members; $45 for non-members. Simply select your membership status in the drop-down menus below and hit “Add to Cart” for the camps you’re interested in. After you make payment a registration form will be sent for you to fill out for your child.
Monday, April 14
Spring into Science
Be prepared to get your hands dirty! Enjoy learning about science by taking a closer look at the characteristics of flowers, plants, eggs and all things spring. You will even take home your own mini flower bed.
Tuesday, April 15
Math is all around you; in nature, in artwork, in your every day life. Explore geometric shapes through making tessellations, mobiles and other artworks. Journey through the historic mansion to examine architectural designs. Learn some neat tricks to impress your friends!
Wednesday, April 16
This camp is for the birds! Spring is here, and so are the birds. Make a bird house and a bird feeder to put outside your house. You will also explore how birds migrate, and how people navigate using the stars.
Thursday, April 17
Did you know that Mars is home to the largest volcano in the solar system? Join us for an adventure filled day for the young space explorer and learn about the curious case of Mars, one of our nearest galactic neighbors. You’ll train to be your very own astronaut with fun activities, astronomy-related crafts and games. Plus a visit to our planetarium to explore our solar system and discover the mysteries of Mars.
Friday, April 18
Trash to Treasures
Put your creative caps on! Get ready to create toys, household items and beautiful pieces of artwork using, you guessed it, trash. You’ll be exploring the many uses of recycled items and cool ways to use them instead of letting them end up in landfills.