Keep your kiddos entertained during those long summer days; Join ‘Summer Explorers’

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NORMAN, Okla. – Looking for something fun and exciting for your child to do over the summer?

Sam Noble Museum has just the thing!

Children who love exploring the great outdoors, investigating science and discovering dinosaurs can now sign up for Summer Explorers, the Sam Noble Museum’s weeklong summer camp program designed for children ages 4 to 14.

From June through August, these young explorers will have the opportunity to enjoy discovery-based programs and experience science firsthand through field investigations and museum specimens.

Are your kids wild about water?

They’ll enjoy discovering what’s living in the local ponds as they search for dragonflies, tadpoles and sunfish during Pond Explorers.

Does your child have a taste for adventure? Then bring your appetite to World Treats and Eats as we explore the special exhibit Hungry Planet and get a “taste” of the world!

Kids aren’t the only ones enjoying the museum this summer. Bring the entire family and learn the language of frogs in Frog Talk; discover if bats are really blind, why they hang upside down and which bats live in Oklahoma during Night with the Bats; and find out what happens when the doors lock and the lights go down during a Night at the Museum!

This year, Summer Explorers includes special programming specifically designed for Girl and Boy Scouts working on their pin and badge requirements.

To learn more, Click here. 

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