Enter for your chance to win a session at one of our favorite camps!
Whether your child is an artist, a comedian, a dino lover or a space fanatic, we have a camp for you. We are giving you the chance to win a camp session for your child at one of the camps we've handpicked from the 2014 Camp Guide.
One lucky family will win a one-week session of Pterosaurs: Titans of the Sky at the American Museum of Natural History for one child (July 7–11, appropriate for grades 4–5, $550 value). During this weeklong camp, kids will investigate the wonderful and mysterious world of the flying reptiles that lived alongside the dinosaurs, examine how these creatures took to the skies, analyze what kinds of foods they ate and survey the startling diversity of this group’s anatomical features.
We’re offering one spot in a one-week session at Camp Intrepid at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum (July 16–Aug 11, excluding June 30–July 4; appropriate for ages 5–13 years old, $700 value). Set aboard the Intrepid aircraft carrier, this camp makes use of the museum’s unique identity to let kids explore exhibits through creative and educational activities. Your child will engage in history and science through interactive, fun and challenging projects.
National Academy Museum & School Camp
One family will get their pick of the following one-week camp sessions for one child at the National Academy Museum & School Camp: Art and Drama, an indoor-outdoor session exploring a variety of visual art mediums and drama (June 9–27 or July 7–Aug 1, appropriate for ages 6–10, $550 value); Painting and Drawing (June 9–27 or July 7–Aug 1, appropriate for ages 10–13, $550 value); or Art Portfolio and Beyond: An Art Studio for High School Students, where your teen can develop his or her art portfolio for college applications (July 28–Aug 1; appropriate for grades 9–12, $300 value).
Is your child the class clown? If so, Comedy Kids Week at the New Victory Theater is the summer experience you're looking for (July 14–18, appropriate for ages 7–11, $500 value). One family will win a spot for one child at this week of fun where kids explore all elements of being funny, from improvisation and joke telling to clowning and physical comedy.
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