Is your child curious about dinosaurs? Are they fascinated by prehistoric eras such as the Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic? Look no further than the Museum of Natural Sciences Summer Camps!  The week-long summer camps are for youth ages 6-10 to engage in the prehistoric times of oceans and age of fishes, dinosaurs, mammals, plants, and insects. Campers will discover through play, drama, and art the flora and fauna of a world from ages past.

Your children will learn about history while having fun and meeting new friends. They’ll come home with stories about what they’ve learned and will be excited to return the next day for more adventure and discoveries.

The Museum of Natural Sciences

Have you heard of The Museum of Natural Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan? It showcases the history of Earth and the evolution of life on it through exhibits and displays that include dinosaur skeleton replicas, fossils, live animals and plants, rocks, and minerals. If your child loves visiting the museum, they’ll also love to attend the camps!

The Museum of Natural Sciences Summer Camps Details

Ages 6-7 and ages 8-10 are invited to join the camps. They will host 8 weeks of camps in July and August. The cost will be $300 for 5-day weeks, and $240 for 4-day weeks (camps do not run on stat holidays). Camps will begin at 9 am and go to 4 pm. Before care from 8:30 to 9 am and after care from 4 to 4:30 pm is included in the cost. Participants are signed in and out each day by an adult who will be asked for a photo ID and listed as a pick-up person.

Timeline Camp Dates

July 4-7 (4 days) | July 10-14 | July 17-21 | July 24-28 | July 31 – August 4 | August 8-11 (4 days) | August 14-18 | August 21-25 Ages 6-7

What should your child bring to camp?

Lunch and two snacks (nut-free)
Water bottle
Sun hat
Good walking shoes

Museum of Natural Sciences Summer Camps:

When: Summer 2023
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Where: 114 Science Place at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon