Winter Break Camps and No School Days
Winter Wonder Day – Dec. 30
Snow in Florida? Only when you have science on your side. There is a cold front hitting the lab making it perfect for Dry Ice experiments, making snowballs with fake snow and of course we will need a little heat to warm us back up and get our molecules moving. Brrrr…are you ready to explore the cold?
All About Our Camps and No School Camps
Designed for kids in Kindergarten to 5th grade.
Combination of science discovery, hands-on activities, and physical activity
New topics and activities each day!
Daily options for Vacation Camps and No School Days. Weekly options for Summer Camps!
Well-trained and dynamic instructors
Here's what parents have to say about our camps!
My children loved the program. They came home every day talking about how much fun they had doing the activities.
My son attended the Earth, Space & Beyond Mad Science Camp last summer and absolutely loved it! The hours were convenient for our family, and the location was close by for us. We're sending him again to a Mad Science camp this upcoming summer. These are well run camps, in our experience, and I recommend them for people looking for a fun, science-based camp experience.
Silver Spring, MD
Both of our boys did Mad Science summer camps when they were younger, and loved the experience! It was a very fun and interactive experience for them. And counselor Beth Morrell is the best!!!
Can I sign my child up for more than one camp?
Yes, in fact, we encourage it. Each program is completely different, so your child can enjoy them all without repeating activities!+
Who are the Mad Science camp instructors?
Mad Science instructors tend to be college students pursing an education or science degree, former/retired teachers, or teachers on vacation. All of our instructors have experience working with large groups of elementary-aged children and have undergone an extensive background check.+
What is the child to instructor ratio?
The child to instructor ratio varies depending on enrollment. We always have at least one instructor for every 10 children.+