Leonardo Da Vinci was talented at many things. He was an artist, a scientist, an engineer, an inventor, an architect and so much more. Children at DaVinci Day camp are exploring all things inspired by Da Vinci this week. Leonardo's Children Museum educator's have pulled all their creative skills together this week to allow the children to use their imaginations.
Campers made their own paint using natural materials then they "tested" the paint. They used the famous painting Mona Lisa as inspiration to make a pop art project. One of the world's most recognizable painting is The Last Supper and camper's are recreating that masterpiece through their age appropriate skills. In the drawing Vitruvian Man, Da Vinci links both science and art together and that is the inspiration of the fun week of camp.
Da Vinci was ahead of his time and is often called a Renaissance Man because he had skills in so many different areas. Campers can experience many things in this week of fun.
Next week DaVinci Day Camp's theme is 50 Great American States. This week children will learn everything America. From the Statue of Liberty to the Liberty Bell, children will learn interesting and unique things that are part of the United States. Camp runs from July 2-5 with no camp on Wednesday, the 4th of July. There may be a few openings for this week so call us at 580-233-2787 if your interested in signing up children for this camp. Enrollment forms are online.
Leonardo's Children's Museum will be open on July 4th from 10 am until 5 pm. Hometown Celebration is a special holiday event sponsored by Bruckner's from 10 am until noon held in Adventure Quest. It is a great way to celebrate the holiday. Special holiday event pricing includes $5. for members, $9. for non members and FREE for active duty military service people. The event includes food, drink, crafts and face painting. For more information on Hometown Celebration look at the event section on the website.
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