Spring Break 2023 Camps


When school is out, Discovery Lab is in! Discovery Lab offers camps throughout the year to engage and educate children from pre-k through sixth grade. Fun, hands-on activities focus on science content such as chemistry, engineering, and coding. Ranging from a few hours to a whole week, your children will be excited to discover more at Discovery Lab.

Spring Break Camps

Registration Open to Members! Members must sign in to verify your eligibility

Registration opens to the public Feb 1.
Mon, March 13 - Fri, March 17.  
*Campers must be born before 9/1/2018 to register for camp
Pre K - K Member (Half Day) $112.50
Pre K - K Non Member (Half Day) $125
1st - 6th Member $261
1st - 6th Non Member $290
Before Care (Week) $50
After Care (Week) $50

Detective Science

Pre-K – K


Let your little detective channel their inner sleuth. Starting as junior detectives they will get clued in on the science behind invisible ink, forensic fingerprinting, secret codes, and other fun activities all for the purpose of solving a mystery.  After resting their case, they will graduate as full-blown Discovery Lab Detectives!


I Choose You

1st – 2nd


Break out your Pokedex and act as a field researcher as you learn all about the incredible “powers” animals have in real life!  You’ve gotta catch them all as you collect information about “electric type” animals, “water type” animals, and more. Then earn your Discovery Lab Badge by incorporating your new knowledge to evolve your own animal and complete a task together with your classmates.



3rd – 4th


This corner of the Overworld allows your child to approach gameplay from an entirely new angle and allows them to discover the fundamental mechanics and real-life skills behind their favorite game!  In the morning campers will learn new skills like metal smithing, axe throwing, building construction, and more. In the afternoon, students will utilize their new understanding to create a collaborative build as a class and dive into the science behind game design.


Drone On

5th and 6th  


Dip, dive, and drop through the air with your feet still planted on the ground in this drone camp! Learn how to pilot and capture images with a drone and race to be the first to complete our specially designed obstacle courses. After mastering flight control, see for yourself how this technology has revolutionized data collection by exploring the drone’s ability to aid in mapping, identification, and more!



For more information about in-person camps and DIY camps, contact our Camp Coordinator at 918-295-8144 ext. 2516 or reservations@discoverylab.org


Please register your child for the grade in which they are enrolled at the time of the upcoming camp. Fall, Winter and Spring Break Camps align with most school calendars, so determining which camp to register for is as simple as selecting your child's grade in school!


If your camper is between grades, you can register them in camps for the grade they just graduated or the grade they are entering into in the fall.

Please do not skip grades (such as enroll your 1st grader in the 3rd-4th grade camp). Camp content is designed for the grades listed and campers have better experiences when they are learning with their peers.

For Pre-K and Kindergarten camps, campers must have turned 4 years old on or before September 1st, 2021 (Born on or before September 1st, 2017). It is best if they have completed a year of Pre-K prior to their participation in a summer camp to set them up for success.

Discovery Lab reserves the right to cancel your camp reservation if your child does not meet the age requirement of the camp.

We will have designated drop-off and pick-up lanes and short-term parking spots clearly marked on the north side of the building. If you plan on staying to play after you pick your camper(s) up, you may park in the Discovery Lab parking lot or in the gravel lot south of the museum.

If you are enrolling multiple children in the same camp, you will need to register each child separately, at the full price of the camp. Spaces are limited and each individual camper fills one camp space.

Lunch, snacks, and water will be provided. Make sure that campers wear comfortable clothes they can move around in. They should bring excitement, imagination, and a willingness to have fun! If your child has any medications or dietary restrictions, please let us know in the Camp Release agreement and bring any necessities on their first day of camp.

ALL medication (prescription, non-prescription, vitamins, supplements, etc.) must be checked in with museum staff upon arrival at camp and stored securely in the original container with the prescription label showing the correct dosage. Campers with emergency immediate-use medication (e.g. EpiPens or rescue inhalers) may carry the medication on their person, or may give the medication to the Camp Educator or Camp Assistant for safe keeping (not to a fellow student camper). Liability & Medical Release Forms must accurately reflect the medication(s) to be dispensed at camp.

Drop-off begins at 8:50 and all camps begin at 9. Pick-up begins at 11:50 and ends at 12 for Pre-K and Kindergarten camps.  All other camp pick-up begins at 3:50 and ends at 4. If you need to drop your child off late or pick them up early, please let our staff know via email (reservations@discoverylab.org) or in-person.

If you signed your child up for before and/or after care, they will be dropped off/picked up in the same marked stairwell. Your child will have free playtime in the museum with supervision. You may drop your child off between 8 and 9 and pick them up no later than 5.

Drop-off and pick-up will be at your child’s classroom. Enter through the marked stairwell adjacent to the main lobby, where adults picking up will be asked to show photo identification. Parents will drop campers off and pick them up at their classrooms for added security and a chance to connect with your camper’s educator (and take a peek at the action!).

Campers will have opportunities to play outside (weather permitting) and on the museum floor during their camp experience. If your child leaves wanting more, you are welcome to stay and play after pick-up at no additional cost to you and your camper. Extra visitors will need to pay admission.

Discovery Lab is committed to providing a safe, fun, and friendly environment for our

students and staff. To keep this commitment, Discovery Lab asks all campers to adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Respect for your child will be demonstrated at all times and Discovery Lab expects the same respect from your child for his/her peers and camp staff.
  • In the case of disrespectful, harmful, or belligerent behavior by any child, after appropriate re-directions and warnings are given, parents will be contacted and the child may not be allowed to return to camp.


» A handwashing station is locatied in each clasroom.

Camp registrations are non-refundable within 10 days of the start of the camp. Cancellations made more than 10 days before the start of camp are subject to a partial refund, less a $25 registration fee.

Discovery Lab reserves the right to cancel your camp reservation if your child does not meet the age requirement of the camp.

The above cancellation policy will apply to camps cancelled because the child does not meet the age requirement. Discovery Lab reserves the right to cancel a camp based on registration numbers. Registrants of a cancelled camp will receive advance written notice as well as a full refund.