Spark Curiosity with STEM Enrichment this Summer!

Looking for a fun and engaging summer camp option for your kids? No matter what they’re interested in- LEGO, Minecraft, America Girl Dolls, Harry Potter- with over 60+ different themed camps, Club SciKidz has something to offer that will spark every child’s curiosity.
Kids doing a science experiment

Hands-On Learning!

With locations in Katy, Bellaire, and Sugarland, Club SciKidz is the best STEM enrichment company for children in grades PK-7th with courses customized to ignite curiosity in a fun and engaging hands-on way. It was founded on the desire to provide children with exciting, challenging, and life impacting academic enrichment experiences. Club SciKidz is committed to demonstrating how science works in the real world and all of the lesson plans are created by science teachers. Their camps and programming are offered in a wide range of disciplines, such as veterinary medicine, robotics, space exploration, forensics, movie making, video game creation, food science, paleontology, engineering, chemistry and biology, astronomy, oceanography, emergency medicine, and more! They create and add new camps every year. Some of the new additions are Pokemon Professors, Marvel Movie Makers, Mini Medical School, and Jr. Veterinary Science.
Kids playing doctor

Put those Gaming Skills to Use!

Have a little gamer? Make Club SciKidz their gaming headquarters this summer where they can become engineers and architects as they build, explore and survive in a Minecraft world. With three different Minecraft Camps, ROBLOX, and a Video Game Factory, your little gamer will have a blast learning about coding and programming. Campers delve into problem solving skills and will grow in their ability to connect digital and real-world environments. They’ll even explore hands-on how real-world environments inspire real life game designers!
Kids playing together on a computer

Maximize fun with LEGO camps!

Have a LEGO fan? Check out the LEGO Robotics camps! The combination of physical LEGO bricks, standards-aligned activities, and intuitive block-based coding environment means that interactive, creative learning is easier than ever to achieve – students can see their builds in action and test and refine their problem-solving skills! There isn’t a better way to introduce your little future engineer to the world of robotics and programming.
A child holds up his lego robot creation

Dinosaurs, Fossils, Science, oh my!

Maybe your little one is a dinosaur lover! They’ll have so much fun at Camp Jurrassic learning all about dinosaurs, fossils, gems, volcanos, and more. Dinosaurs may be extinct but they’re very much alive in Camp Jurassic!
Each day at Club SciKidz, campers start off the day with a spectacular science demonstration and then rotate through four classes which incorporate science, technology, art, and even an exciting outdoor component. On average, campers will work on twenty different hands-on experiments per week! Pre-camp and post camp hours are available if needed. Their lessons often also include language arts, history, and mathematical components, which are crafted to enrich and empower children to their maximum potential.
Kids test out the cars they made

Inspire and Equip the Next Generation

The Club SciKidz programming is intended to inspire creativity and curiosity in all kids. They’ll learn real life skills in a fun and engaging environment. The camps at Club SciKidz have the potential to make a significant impact on our community through the enrichment and engagement of our future minds. With such a wide variety of unique offerings, you’re sure to find the perfect camp for the little scientists, engineers, and creators in your home this summer. Check out their website for more details and a description of each course to find the right match for your child and to reserve a spot today!

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Bethany Dufilho
Bethany, the daughter of an army chaplain and a special education teacher, grew up moving every 2-3 years. She considers herself an introvert who had to learn how to make friends quickly! She met her Houstonian husband, Paul, in college and they married in 2004. They first settled just north of Houston, where she earned her master's degree at Sam Houston State in School Psychology. After working in public education for a couple of years, she decided to stay home full time with their children, Charlie {2008}, Norah {2010}, and Will {2013}. The family moved to Katy in 2012, where they’ve been ever since. She loves decorating and even had her own small business for a while. She also loves to read, binge-watch old TV shows, talk politics and enneagram, and will not turn down a cup of strong coffee or a good conversation with a friend.


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