The North Country Children’s Museum’s Class Series and Vacation Camps offer kids unique, interactive STEAM activities led by NCCM educators and university faculty. These drop-off programs are held at our location in downtown Potsdam. Space is limited to 10 children per session. Members receive a 10% discount. Contact us about scholarships.

April Break Science Camp 

Register here for April Break Science Camp

Monday 4/5 – Friday 4/9 from 9am to 3pm. $195 per camper.

Join the Adirondack Experience for Kids in this activity based, environmental science camp! During the week, kids will explore the Adirondack Park Experiment right in our own backyard here in Potsdam. We’ll learn about the plants and people that animate our own ecosystems.  Through science experiments and outdoor activities we’ll learn more about our North Country environment.. For kids in grades 1-5. Contact us about scholarship spots. 

Winter Class Sessions

Register here for Winter Class Session 2

Session 2: Runs from March 3rd – April 2nd. $145 per student.

Theater & Art for PreK-Grade 3: Wed 11am-3:30pm

Session 2: Circus Arts Do you love the circus? Come create your own circus as you walk the balance beam, practice hula hooping, put on special performances. Create fun, circus inspired art projects and learn about famous artists who loved the circus as much as you do!

Music for PreK-Kindergarten: Thurs 11am-3:30pm

Session 2: Hit it! This session, kids will discover different percussive instruments and how to play them both traditionally and by thinking outside the box!  We will explore rhythm, how to play different percussion instruments, and even how to make your own percussion instruments!

Science for Grades 1-5: Fridays 11am-3:30pm

Session 2: Robotics This 5-week STEM-based class teaches students from grades 1-5 the basics of robotics. We’ll experiment with basic algorithms for directing trains and traffic, learn about commands and controls to simple machines, and design upgrades to Smart Homes! We’ll also build our own robots and apply what we learn to make them navigate obstacle courses and mazes, and at the end we’ll get to meet some of the stars from Clarkson University’s Robotics Lab and learn how they’re solving real world problems!

For More Info Contact:

info@northcountrychildrensmuseum.org
315-274-9380