Explorium Of Lexington Offers Spring Break Camps

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Updated: 3/24 11:29 am
If you're planning a "staycation" for your family's Spring Break this year, the Explorium of Lexington is offering some camps that will keep the kids entertained and educated.

The camps will run during the week of March 31 through April 4, which coincides with the Spring Break of many local school systems.

The themes of the camps vary by age group. Pre-Kindergarteners will learn about animals from all over the world.

The Kindergarten through second grade group will explore their inner ninja including "how to work incognito, gain skills for defense, and practice... sensei skills", according to the Explorium.

Grades three through five will work to solve mysteries and learn investigative techniques.

Both half day and full day camps are available.

For more information on the camps you can tune into ABC 36 News at Noon on Monday, or visit www.explorium.com.
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