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Summer Camps at Sci-Tech Discovery Center - North Texas Kids Summer Camps & Kids Activities Guide

Science Fun for Kids with Sci-Tech Discovery Summer Camps

With 11 weeks of discovery and 9 exciting themes, Sci-Tech’s Mind Stretching Fun® Summer Camps return! All programs are taught by professional educators who combine hands-on activities with engaging information, geared towards inspiring campers to learn & love STEM!

Camps are 9am-4pm with extended care available from 8am-5pm. Max 20 students per group (1:10 ratio). Sci-Tech is a nut-free, BYO lunch site. Camps run from June 9-August 22 and all take place at our center.

If your child loves hands-on science fun, Sci-Tech Discovery Center’s summer camps are just the thing!

For more information on Sci-Tech’s summer camps, visit their website (, connect with them on Facebook or follow their tweets on Twitter.

Want to enter for your chance to win a week of FREE summer camp at Sci-Tech?

One winner; one prize: one week of camp (8am-5pm Monday-Friday), theme of choice, for campers entering grades 4-6 (based on availability).

To enter this contest, leave a comment below and tell us which Sci-Tech Discovery summer camp theme your child would enjoy the most. You can see the themes in our Summer Camps & Kids Activities guide

Contest ends on Monday, June 16th at midnight CST. Winner will be notified by email and must respond ASAP. Email used will be the one you use you leave your comment below so make sure it’s valid.

 For more information on summer camps in North Texas, check out our Summer Camp Guide.



  1. Betsy Telford

    My son would love Crash and Boom.

  2. Tamia Norris

    I have a 3 Science enthusiasts that would absolutely love to learn from the Robotics or Crash and Boom. We are always trying new things at home, so this camp would be great for them.

  3. Jennifer Dennen

    Science of Deduction. So many exciting offerings! Boy, going into 2nd grade.

    Thank you,
    Jennifer Dennen

  4. Pearl

    My son would love “Dream, Design, Do” or “Crash & Boom!”….

  5. Mary

    So many great camps, so hard to narrow it down to just one for my little Scientist.

    Any of the following would be awesome.

    Science of Deduction
    Dream, Design, Do (an engineering camp)
    Crash & Boom (chemistry + physics)
    Mother Nature Attacks
    Space Flight Explorers

  6. Jessica

    I think my son would enjoy Dream,Design, Do.

  7. Amanda Perez

    My 10 year old would LOVE Robotics. He has been collecting legos since he was 4, as you can imagine the entire room is covered with them. He does not enjoy building by the book but would rather mix them together and create his own city. This would take his imagination to the next level!

  8. Jason

    My daughter will love “Dream, Design, Do”.

  9. Latrina B.

    My son would LOVE the Robotics and the Dream, Design, Do! classes. I loves doing things with his hands.

  10. Natasha

    I have two boys that just die to go to the Crash & Boom (chemistry + physics) camp . I have 2 little scientist in the making who just love albert einstein.

  11. Aliya

    I like to enter my daughter for the free summer camp.

    • NTKids

      Hi Aliya, all the instructions are above. Just follow them to submit your entry.

  12. Sarah Thomas

    My girls would love the Dream, Design, Do Camp!!

  13. Erin Tidwell

    My son would love Wild Worlds 🙂

  14. Jennifer Perez

    My son would love space explorer’s or the Crash and Boom camp. How exciting!

  15. Jessica

    My daughter would love any of the science camps. Robotics and Math Maniacs would be her first picks. She is bummed she can’t attend Church Camp with her sister, so this would be a good way to make up for it.

  16. Miriamh Diaz

    My son Alex will be entering 4th grade and would enjoy attending the Robotics Camp on Aug 11-15 or the Dream, Desin, Do camp on Aug 18-22.

  17. Padmini Hundy

    Party Pals-musical Animals

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