WOW is a Summer Science Program and outreach ministry. WOW! Wonders of The Woodlands Science Camp
is a Summer Science Program and outreach ministry of The Woodlands United Methodist Church in The Woodlands, Texas.
Our registration link is LIVE! Register today or tomorrow for the Early Bird special!
Registration is now open!
Our Assistant Teachers are fabulous! The Assistant Teacher’s role is to help guide the campers in their classroom and support the teacher when needed. You can apply to be
an AT on our website under the Assistant Teacher tab. Wowsciencecamp.com
Making WOW! Science Camp memories. Purchase your Critter Pix photo while registering your child for camp online. Photos are $10 and create camp scholarships. WOW! Critter Pix sponsored by The Learning Zoo.
We are blessed with fabulous teachers!
Registration begins March 1st.
Do you have speakers come to Science Camp? Why yes we do!!!
Junior Volunteers are a marvelous attribute to camp. You must be 5th grade and older. Check out our website for requirements and registration.
Pssst... humans have the most fascinating ears!!
We love our WOW! Science Camp families! Registration begins March 1st! Check out our website @ wowsciencecamp.com
Sammy Croaker and his kids! Registration starts March 1st.
Only a few more days until you can register your children for WOW Science Camp! Put March 1st on your calendar and register at www.wowsciencecamp.com
It’s that time! Time to put the dates for WOW! Science Camp on your calendar! Out 2022 dates are June 27-July 1 and July 11-15. Online registration is March 1 at www.wowsciencecamp.com. We hope your children can join us!
Stinky Shed Sharks. You rock! That’s a wrap for WOW! Science Camp 2021!
WOW! Science Camp teachers double as Shed Sharks putting the curriculum back into storage. You’re the best❣️❣️
Lead teacher Veronica Reyna puts her heart and soul into teaching, and it shows on the faces of her students. Here she is showing Sammy Croaker, our White’s Tree Frog, to her class!
My dear friend and co-founder of Science Camp 27 years ago … the infamous and much-loved Kathy Wojtczak and I received these beautiful paintings from our teachers and staff. We appreciate their love and support so much and feel blessed to work with such amazing and godly women!
Our campers adore teacher Gayle Samford. She teaches with beautiful patience and love and we are so thankful for her!
Veteran teacher Cheryl Dentler is beloved by our science campers! And we love her too!
Your donations created 1,056 lbs of food and books for Interfaith. Interfaith serves families in need in The Woodlands and surrounding communities. Thank you!!
Not many of our teachers would be willing to kiss a lizard but Nancy Shock will because Ivan the Bearded Dragon is her special pet!
Mrs. Carter is a special part of our science camp family! Here she is teaching about plants to our campers!
Learning about vertebrates is fun, especially with our wonderful Mrs. Lindwall as the teacher!
Science Camp and popsicles go together in Mrs. Carroll’s class. Her amazing teaching skills have been a big part of Science Camp for many years!
The amazing Tiesha Johnson keeps her campers captivated in learning about the wonderful world of invertebrates!
The amazing “Science Sister” Stephanie Shaw has been teaching about plants at camp! Our students are totally absorbed by her engaging teaching talent!
Are Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches cool? Just ask our science campers!
Mrs. DePedro has been a part of WOW Science Camp for many years and our campers love her! Here she is teaching about ecology.
Friends of Texas Wildlife visited WOW Science Camp today! Our campers loved seeing an opossum and a red-tailed hawk!
Mouse time at Science Camp!
Thank you to Drew Schulz of The Learning Zoo. He gave an educational talk to our campers. One of his guests was Ajax, the Rock Iguana. Handsome.
An educational volunteer from Friends of Texas Wildlife gave a marvelous presentation to our older campers.
Tadpoles have had one amazing week!!
Camp eSTEAAM is a high-energy, hands-on summer program that focuses on the whole student. With a solid foundation in traditional STEM concepts, we also encourages physical activity as students connect their classroom learning to the world around them.