Join forces with Look Up to the Stars Astronomy Camp where children can be inspired to think and dream big about our incredible universe!
Truly awesome and unforgettable astronomy programs and classes that are literally out of this world. Many fun and exciting STEM hands-on activities are done in each class. We begin our cosmic journey looking at the size & scale of the universe, bringing the entire cosmos to your fingertips. We examine the night sky as a roadmap to the stars and constellations, and take a grand tour of the solar system, including comets, meteors and asteroids & beyond. Explore the moon and Mars, gaze upon a cosmic ocean, and even build a telescope and starfinder to explore further into the depths of the universe from your own backyard. This incredible astronomical experience is so exciting you won't believe your eyes!
Exciting week-long sessions with daily 2 hour classes M-F for students grades PreK-5 with lots of fun hands-on activities as they are guided into the mysteries of the universe by a real astronomer who was a consultant with NASA and worked with a space telescope. The entire week is filled with constant fun and excitement as everyone experiences a supernova explosion of new knowledge and understanding in this virtual journey throughout the cosmos. Some of the many outrageous activities include constructing a starfinder, using Oreo cookies to see the phases of the Moon, and building an actual telescope from a kit provided by the camp.
This is an online class that is hosted on the KidPass Digital Platform, which uses Zoom. Upon booking, you will receive a link to access the class in your booking confirmation email. Simply click on the link when it’s time for your class. Please download Zoom prior to the start of the class.
Please contact Director
Please contact Director
All templates, materials and kits will be provided (except common household items) to complete all hands-on activities. Only week-long camp sessions are provided with the telescope kit, it's not available for Drop-ins on Fridays.
Upcoming Schedule for Spring Break Astronomy Camp I
Kevin Manning, astronomer, has worked as a Consultant with NASA and the Chandra X-Ray Observatory (space telescope), with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He was both a Wright Fellow at Tufts University and an Einstein Fellow working with NASA Headquarters, the US House Representatives, and the US Department Energy Office of Science on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, and did some work with Brookhaven National Laboratory. Besides the numerous workshops he's presented over the years, some noteworthy ones include those made at Tufts University, State University of New York at Stony Brook, the National Science Teachers Association's National Convention, American Association for the Advancement of Science Breakfast with Scientists, and the National Parks Service.