Camp Wonderopolis® is the free online summer-learning destination that's full of fun, interactive STEM and literacy-building topics boosted by Maker experiments!
Keeping kids and their families learning together throughout the summer and out-of-school time, Camp Wonderopolis can help build vocabulary, background knowledge in science, reading comprehension, critical thinking, and other literacy skills along the way.
When you register as a Camper (kids of all ages) or Counselor (parents, community and library program staff, teachers), you'll enjoy learning through wonder—an approach created and honed by the award-winning Wonderopolis.org!
From submarines to skyscrapers, our next edition of Camp Wonderopolis will explore the many Wonders of construction and engineering. Get your hard hat and toolbelt ready, and use your curiosity to build your own version of Wonderocity!
This edition of Camp is full of health-and fitness-focused Wonders that tap into real-world learning. Give your Wonder a workout and explore topics from the Olympics to nutrition and beyond.Sign Up
Navigate your way through waterslides, watermelons, ice cream headaches, and hovercrafts as you blast off on your Mission to Wonder! From tinkering in the Tech Workshop to feeding your curiosity at the Snack Bar, this edition of Camp will take your Wondering to the stars and beyond!Sign Up
Parents, Educators & Campers
“Camp Wonderopolis is an alternative fun way of exploring different types of science. Youth at any age can start inventing, at home, with the help of an adult.”— Campsite Director, Children's Aid Society, Central Harlem, NY
“Our youth gained a lot of knowledge about STEM concepts.”— Program staff member, Children's Arts & Science Workshops, Inc., Bronx, NY
“[Youth at our program gained] an appreciation for STEM…[it] is not boring to them anymore.”— Program staff member, Harriman Summer Camp S-11, Brooklyn, NY
“It was really amazing—the kids learned so much; it was a great way for them to interact and learn.”— Andrea, Camp Wonderopolis Camp Site Counselor, YMCA of Greater New York/Cross Island Vanderbilt, NYC
“I like to go to the [Camp Wonderopolis] website at home when I get bored playing video games.”— Malachi, middle schooler and Camp Wonderopolis Camper, Louisville, KY
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