Kids play outside the Idaho State Museum in Boise. (Courtesy of the Idaho State Historical Society)
The Idaho State Museum will offer six different Summer Day Camps from June 28-July 14 in Boise for kids between the ages of 6 and 11 years old.
The camps provide hands-on learning opportunities that incorporate STEM learning and tie into the state’s K-5 learning curriculum, according to an Idaho State Historical Society press release.
Each day throughout the summer has a different theme. Campers can join for one day or all week. New this year, camps will include free time for campers from 8-9 a.m. and from 4-5 p.m. Registration is now open at history.idaho.gov/camps.
Here is this year’s lineup for the day camps:
- June 28 | Dig Into History
- June 29 | Drawn to Idaho
- June 30 | Game Day
- July 12 | Wild Idaho
- July 13 | Roots of Wisdom
- July 14 | Just Add Water
Each camp is $70 per camper per day, or $60/camper per day for historical society members. The weeklong discount is $15 off.
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