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Join us for nine week-long camps where kids will launch into exploring astronomy, engineering, marine biology, archaeology, and more.

Week 7: July 24 – 28

My Body is a Machine

Step into the shoes of a biomedical engineer as you probe life changing discoveries in the medical field, like biomedical imaging and prosthetic limbs. Examine the human body at the microscopic level before learning about breakthrough techniques that doctors use to fight disease. Graduate as a Frost Science Jr. Engineer by applying your new skills and knowledge during this week of activities.

How to Complete KidCheck Registration (after you have paid for camp)

After clicking on the “Register Now” button at the top of this page and completing payment for camp, please follow these steps:

  • Step 1: Create an account with KidCheck here.
  • Step 2: Use the link provided in your Frost Science Camp confirmation email to add your child to the KidCheck roster for the week.

You must complete the Frost Science camp registration and payment BEFORE you register your child in KidCheck.

Summer Camp Information

See our Summer Camp FAQ here.

See what a typical camp day looks like here.

  • For safety reasons, parent/guardian must accompany their child(ren) to the camp check in every morning and sign them in.

  • For safety reasons, campers will only be released to the individual(s) with a picture ID that matches the name listed on your original registration form or on an authorized for release form.
  • All campers are required to wear the camp T-shirt to camp every day.
  • List any food allergies on your child(ren)’s camp registration form(s).
Lunch is included in the cost of camp. Please see our menus here.

  • If a student withdraws from a class for which they are registered two weeks prior to the first day of camp, a museum credit (but no refund) will be given. This credit will be good for one year from the date of issue and may be applied to a Frost Science camp or educational program. If a student withdraws from the camp for which they are registered within two weeks of the first day of camp or during or after the first day, no credit or refund will be issued. Exceptions will be made for COVID 19 related issues.
  • Classes that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements are subject to cancellation. If we must cancel your class, we will contact you to inform you of other class or educational program options.
  • If you register a child under 5 years old, a refund will be issued and your child’s registration will be cancelled.

  • Parking for camp drop off and pick-up will take place in the bus lanes before entering the garage. Please note there is 10-minute limit for cars parked in the bus lanes.
  • Parking in the garage will not be complimentary. All those who wish to park in the garage will be subject to regular parking fees.
  • After parking, please go to science plaza to meet a camp staff member in the museum’s Atrium next to the Ticket Center.