Summer STEM & Arts Camps: Preschoolers

  • Spokane Public Schools’ Preschool Summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Camps provide activities, experiments, projects and field experiences for children who are 4 or 5 years old. The summer camps promote STEM experiences that offer hands-on, problem-solving, critical thinking, communications and teamwork through fun, engaging activities! Summer camps are open to all children in and around Spokane (Eastern Washington).

    Camp are Monday-Thursday. Each camp will be offered once during the four weeks of Preschool STEM Camp.

    Children must be potty-trained to participate. Cost TBD.

Littles Love Math & Science (Week 1: July 6–9)

Chemists, Chefs, and Paleontologists love math and science. Your preschooler will too after spending a week in this camp! We will explore making predictions, measuring, sorting, making comparisons, and counting. How far can earthworms stretch? Who has the biggest footprint in the animal kingdom? What ingredients make the best cookies? These questions and many more will be answered in camp!

Littles Love Engineering & Construction (Week 2: July 13-16)

Builders, Architects, and Designers love engineering and construction. Your preschooler will practice the engineering design process in our take-apart center. Learn about building materials from our friends the three little pigs and build a tiny home for a new "pet" (real or imaginary)!

Littles STEM Art Studio (Week 3: July 20-23)

Step into the STEM Art Studio where littles focus on line, shape, and color while learning about famous artists and their art. Children will explore what it means to be an artist, how art is made, how to mix color, and what tools artists use while continuing to develop vocabulary, literacy, math, science and motor skills through a variety of activities and games.

Littles Love Physics (Week 4: July 27-30)

Fly away with us into the world of physics! In this camp, we will explore force and motion using race cars, paper planes and kites. We'll use catapults to learn to make predictions and draw conclusions about distance, speed and density.

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