Virtual Winter Break Camp – Journey into Space

Feb 15, 2021 10:00AM—Feb 19, 2021 3:00PM

Event Contact Lisa Rodriguez | Email


Expanding your child's world through a interactive, "stellar" camp.

Join us in the Long Island Explorium's Winter Break for a JOURNEY INTO SPACE!
A week-long hands-on, interactive learning experience, where we bring the wonders of Space right into your living room. Our camps are always a highly personalized STEM learning experience for your children. Our educators are enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and skilled at engaging your child directly.

Our small and friendly online camp week will include a solid balance of interaction, live engagement, and creative challenges. We keep our group sizes small so that every child's contribution is valued, and we always feel by the end of the week that we have developed a real bond with our campers! A camp where your child will be challenged to discover, design, and explore various STEAM projects, while also getting a structured day with quality interaction with other campers. All activities are aligned with NYSLS, ELA, and Math standards.

Each camper will receive a kit of science tools and activity-specific materials that they will need to participate in the camp included in the camp's price. These will be available for curbside pickup from the museum during the weekend before camp or can be shipped to your homes for an additional cost. Please select and purchase the shipping option on your registration page if you require it.

The camp is designed for children entering grades K-6.
Monday through Friday, February 15th - 19th, 2021
9:00 am - 3:00 pm. (Full Day) or 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Half Day)
Half and full-day options available.

Full-day camp participants will have individualized attention in the afternoon to further build upon their curiosity and imagination. We will be using the Zoom platform which allows educators to split campers into smaller groups in breakout rooms to enhance social interaction and age-appropriate learning. 

Register Now

Space is Limited to 20 students for maximum interaction. Register now.

The deadline for signing up for our camp if you require your supplies to be mailed out is Wednesday, February 3rd. 

If you can pick up your supplies from the museum, the deadline for signing up for camp is Wednesday, February 10th

Download Zoom to prep for access.  Links will be sent to registered address before midnight of scheduled workshop date.


** Member discount 10%: Member10

***  Sibling discount 5%:  Sibling5

Rocket blast

February 15th - 19th

Journey Into Space

In our "out of this world' camp, we will be traveling through our Solar System. Exploring neighboring planets and our local star, examining nebulae, and seeing if we can track down any signs of extraterrestrial life! Become astronauts and rocket scientists as we experiment with how to produce thrust and how to increase and decrease drag in our engineering and design explorations. We will tackle some of the same experiments that scientists on the International Space Station are working on right now. As well as all of that, we will welcome extraordinary guests who are experts in the field of astronomy!

Dates & Times

  • 9 am  - 12 noon- Half Day
  • 9 am  - 3 pm - Full Day ( lunch break 12- 1 pm)

Week -  February 15-19


Includes all materials

Week - February 15-19, Journey Into Space Camp:
Full day $300
Half day $200

Shipping Option: $10



"Our daughter, age 7, participated in a recent STEM exercise via group ZOOM call. We really like how the teacher, challenged the children to think about the problem and alternative solutions. Amazingly well done, start to finish. If you are looking to add to your child's experience in science, this is it."


"My child is enjoying the program very much. For her it is something interesting to look forward aside her school work, in which she is losing interest now."


"So you definitely did something right in instilling a confidence and a desire for inquiry in them that I haven’t seen before. The experience definitely exposed them to something more than they would have had in their district and yes I teach science but what you did surpassed the standards. There is a silver lining in this storm of remote learning."

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