APPLETON - School's out, but that doesn't mean the learning has to stop over the summer.The Building for Kids Children's Museum in Appleton is holding a series of fun and hands-on summer camps to keep the learning going.The museum just wrapped up Science Camp last week. Kids will get their creative and artistic juices flowing in ArtSmart Camp this week.Construction Camp runs from July 14 - 18. Kids will learn about architecture and create towers and bridges among other things out of items including boxes, straws, and building blocks.Printmaking Camp runs from July 28 - August 1. Campers will learn about printmaking as an artform. They will use stencils, monotypes and vegetable stamps to make their own artwork to showcase in an exhibit at the end of the week.Career Camp runs from Aug. 4 -8. Campers can explore different career paths by meeting local safety, medical, culinary, and transportation professions throughout the week to decide what they want to be when they grow up.Registration for some of the camps is still available.FOX 11's Pauleen Le spent the morning checking out the camps.For more information on the camps, click here.
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