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19 Art Camp Art Camp is for elementary-aged kids and is divided into 3 sepa- rate age groups K-1 2nd-3rd 4th-5th. Children are beginning to develop fine motor skills and can explore more advanced tools materials and processes during elementary art camp. Clay Camp This two-week middle schoolhigh school clay camp is for students who are showing an interest in pursuing art. While creativity in- novation and self-expression are paramount to discoveries in clay even more important is a deeper and broader learning experience about one specific material clay. Nature Camp With HMAs mile-long nature trails through a beautiful wooded natural habitat what better place for an in-depth experience ex- ploring nature Campers spend the mornings on the trails in vari- eties of activities treeleaf identification and overturning rocks to find critters. At the very lowest part of the trails is a creek which offers a wealth of possibilities for nature study. The afternoons are filled with inside activities such as journaling the morning discov- eries and microscope studies. S.T.E.A.M. Camp Science technology engineering art and math This camp is a total immersion into extraordinary learning experiences. Part of the camp includes partnering with the June Harless Centers Arts Bots program. Campers learn to make and program a robot. Additional activities include art making microscope work and other activities that integrate these five disciplines in a creative and exciting way. Camp schedule for Summer 2016 Middle SchoolHigh School Clay Camp June 20-24 27-July 1 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Art Camp K-5 July 11-15 and July 18-22 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Pitter Patter 18 mos-3 years July 11-15 9 a.m. 1015 a.m. Young Explorers 4-5 years July 18-22 9 a.m. noon Nature Camp 3rd-5th July 25-29 9 a.m. 3 p.m. S.T.E.A.M. Camp 3rd-5th August 1-5 9 a.m. 3 p.m. For more information and to register visit the Museums website at www.hmoa.org. Learning to throw on the potters wheel. Campers making clay busts. Posing for a group shot on the trails. Conducting experiments in the studio. A camper works with a microscope. Campers are preparing to make and program their robots.