Join us at El Pueblo History Museum for Hands-On History Camp! Hands-On History provides safe, engaging learning opportunities for elementary and middle school children (grades 1st through 8th). For more information about our Hands-On History offerings and programs, contact Elizabeth Aragon-Blanton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning opportunities: Let's "Spring Into the Past" and explore the fascinating history of how natural resources benefitted our ancestors and influenced our way of life. Campers will get the chance to create yucca paint brushes, mix adobe, and learn about indigenous uses for plants.
WHO: Pueblo area kids in grades 1-8 WHEN:
Mar. 25 - Mar. 29, 8 am-4 pm. COST:
$150 for full week of camp.
40% free/reduced lunch
10% Multiple children enrolled
10% Early Bird registration
10% membership/History Buffs
10% Educator/Military/1st Responder
Camp is in session from 8 am to 4 pm. Drop off will start at 8 am. Students will check in with our education staff at the side entrance and parents will have to come inside to sign your child in. During the first hour of the day, students will wash their hands and are welcome to eat breakfast or play games with other students and staff. We ask that your child arrive before 9 am, when our programming begins. The first part of the day is super important for your child as we will start getting to know one another, having mindful conversations, and preparing for our day.
When it is time to pick up your child, you or your alternate pick up person (confirmed in our registration records) must come inside to sign out your child. Please pick up your child by 4 pm.