Think you know your ABCs? Think again! In this camp, children will learn a new alphabet that stretches their creativity and offers a new way to see the world. Each day campers will explore an element of The Sensory Alphabet—line, color, texture, movement, sound, rhythm, space, light, and shape—through open-ended projects, gallery activities, and visits from people in the community who will share what it is like to think and work the way they do. Parents get to join in the fun! This camp includes a special Parent Orientation led by Museum educators about the cognitive research behind this camp. At the camp’s conclusion, parents are invited to a special exhibition of the children’s work.
Ages: 5-6 Teacher: Leah Hanson
Please note this is a two-week camp.
This camp is FULL. To be placed on a waiting list, please e-mail dschulz@DMA.org.
Parent Orientation: Saturday, June 6, 1:00-2:30 p.m.
New World Kids Exhibition, Friday, June 19, 11:00 a.m.