Are you looking to keep your children engaged in education this summer? Luckily, the metro Atlanta area has a large variety of summer camps and programs that offer up fun and exciting ways to learn. Check out some of our recommendations!
Atlanta History Center
From the Native Americans to the 1950″s, the Atlanta History Center gives kids a blast into the past with their summer camps by exploring America through its wars, food, innovations, discoveries and even its bizarre mysteries. Campers will enjoy a variety of hands-on activities that will educate them on America”s vast history. Offering half and full-day camps for preschool to elementary school age children, there”s something here for everyone to learn and enjoy.
For more information, visit www.atlantahistorycenter.com
Looking to go out of this world? Maybe to infinity and beyond? Check out the Fernbank Planetarium, a celestial theater in the round that guides audiences through the wonders of space and the universe. Don”t miss the children”s program, Here Comes The Sun, running now through June 3, which answers questions about the closest star to the Earth – the Sun. Admission costs are $4 for adults and $3 for children.
For more information, visit www.fernbank.edu
Gwinnett County Public Library Summer Reading Program
Gwinnett County Public Library Summer Reading Program will help improve and maintain your children”s reading skills throughout the summer while also encouraging them to read in a fun and free way. This program – designed for kids of all ages – starts on May 22 and runs through August 13. Readers across Gwinnett will have the opportunity to set goals, keep track of their reading and collect great prizes! And don”t forget to join us in June and July for preschool story times, programs for elementary school students and teens, puppet shows, character visits and much more.
For more information, visit www.gwinnettpl.org
Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center
Is your son or daughter interested in the Earth”s natural wonders? The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center offers nature camps for your young scientist to explore our planet”s flora and fauna, as well as specialty camps with opportunities in everything from archaeology to forensics to survival skills. Let your child embrace the beauty and marvel in the mysteries of Planet Earth at Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center this summer.