The Health Museum to offer summer camps
The Health Museum is offering various summer camps, all of which take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the museum, 1515 Hermann Drive in Houston.
The Extended Camp Days option is available for $40 per week per child and extends camp time from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The No Bones About It camp will take place from July 5-7 and July 9-13. In this camp, participants will learn anatomy terminology, build skeletons and dissect owl pellets. Cost is $250/$275.
The Super Sleuths camp is July 9-13 and July 8-10. Campers will learn about forensic science, secure a crime scene, gather information, process evidence and learn about blood typing, fingerprint analysis and dental forensics. Cost is $250/$275.
Mini Medical School I will take place from July 9-13 and July 11-13. In this session, campers will view real human organs, dissect animal organs, meet medical professionals, visit institutions within the Texas Medical Center and explore distinct body systems. Cost is $300/$325.
Scout classes will be held on July 2-3, July 5-6 and July 11-17. Boy Scout merit badge classes will be held on July 2-3 and July 5-6. Scouts will earn badges such as Citizenship in the Community, Citizenship in the Nation and Communication. Badges earned will differ depending on the week of camp. To register for individual Boy Scout classes, visit thehealthmuseum.org.
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