Summer Camps Incoming K-2nd Grade

We still have openings available at our Fruita, GJHS and New Life Community Room locations! Register now - camps are filling quickly!


EUREKA! Fruita Day Camps

Times: 8:30am-5:30

Location: Fruita Middle School

Member Fee: $130 per week

Non-Member Fee: $155 per week

Weekly Themes

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June 10-14: Amazing Animals 201

From barnyard animals to household pets, there are a lot of animals to explore! In this camp, students will learn everything from where animals live to what they eat. So campers, get ready to become experts on your favorite animals!

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June 17-21: Sticky Ooey Goo

Budding chemists unite - and make slime! Join us to make your very own slime solution, combining everyday ingredients to make the best stretchy, squishy, and slimy Slime possible.

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June 24-28: Storybook Engineering

Five Days. Five new storybooks for 2019. Multiple STEM adventures. A new story for each day of Storybook Engineering will spark curiosity and creativity for our campers to have fun with many hands-on activities. Storytime, with a scientific twist!

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July 8-12: The Body Inside You

How do muscles move our bodies? How does our body use the food we eat? Students begin to understand human anatomy as they learn about their bodies and everything that goes on inside of us.

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July 15-19: Wild Water

Water is essential for life on Planet Earth. Learn about how fish, animals, and humans use water. Learn about how water, flows, how to measure it, and engineer your own mini boat to float across it. This camp was generously supported by Ute Water and Grand Valley Water Users.

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July 22-26: Clay Camp

Become a clay artist and engineer for a week! Campers will learn about the chemistry of clay and investigate how clays are used to build boats, dams, and treat water. This STEAM-based camp will also include pottery clay-based art lessons to get students' creative brains energized.

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July 20-Aug 2: Dino Geo 201

Hundreds of millions of years ago, dinosaurs roamed the earth, seas, and skies. We can still see their tracks and bones in the ground around us today. As we explore Earth's geologic history, we'll look at how these creatures' bones became fossils, and the environments they came from.


EUREKA! GJHS Day Camps

Times: 8:30am-5:30

Location: Grand Junction High School

Member Fee: $130 per week

Non-Member Fee: $155 per week

Early Drop-off at EUREKA! is available for EUREKA! GJHS Camps.

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June 24-28: Wild Water

Water is essential for life on planet Earth. Learn about how fish, animals, and humans use water. Learn about how water flows, how to measure it, and engineer your own mini boat to float across it. This camp was generously supported by Ute Water and the Grand Valley Water Users.

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July 8-July 12: Clay Camp

Become a clay artist and engineer for a week! Campers will learn the about the chemistry of clay and investigate how clays are used to build boats, dams, and treat water. This STEAM-based camp will also include pottery clay-based art lessons to get students creative brains energized.

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July 22 - July 26: Weird & Wacky Chemistry

Get weird and wacky with some awesome chemistry. It's going to be crazy as we mix up some explosive, slimy, and color changing chemistry! Students will take chemistry to the next level by developing usable materials through the crazy world of chemistry!

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July 29 - August 2: Amazing Animals

We'll explore the life of other critters on our planet by touring the biology exhibit here at EUREKA!. Meeting Rosy the tarantula, our resident rats, and others will help students begin to understand how animals function.

EUREKA! New Life Community Room Camps

Times: 8:30am-5:30

Location: Community Room at the New Life Church (across Kennedy Ave from EUREKA!)

Member Fee: $130 per week

Non-Member Fee: $155 per week

Early Drop-off at EUREKA! is available for EUREKA! New Life Community Room Camps

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June 10 - June 14: The Body Inside You

How do muscles move our bodies? How does our body use the food we eat? Students begin to understand human anatomy as they learn about their bodies and everything that goes on inside of us.

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August 5 - August 9: Storybook Engineering

Five Days.  Five new storybooks for 2019.  Multiple STEM adventures.  A new story for each day of Storybook Engineering will spark curiosity and creativity for our campers to have fun with many hands-on activities! Storytime, with a scientific twist!