Cultivating Curiosity with Club SciKidz

This post has been sponsored by Club SciKidz Dallas. All opinions are 100% our own!


What comes to mind when you hear the word “science”? If you’re a child of the 80s like me, it may bring to mind white lab coats, the dreaded Periodic Table, or instruments like telescopes. But ask a child under 10 what they think of when they hear the word science (or STEAM as it’s often called) today, and you’ll get a very different response.

When my kids think of STEAM, they think of building. Or of technology. Or of pumpkins erupting due to a chemical reaction.

That’s why I’m so excited to introduce you to Club SciKidz today.


Science has come a long way in the last 30 years. I’ll never forget the day my preschool director asked me if I’d like to move from a 3s teacher to teach…yep, science. I learned a lot those two years, but at its heart, science is simply this: cultivating curiosity in our children about the world around them.

As a teacher and a mom, I believe it’s important for children to learn how to ask questions, to not just accept status quo. Then, they need to learn how to take the steps to investigate and find answers to those questions…beyond just relying on Google. They need to get their hands dirty.


Serving families in the Dallas, Addison, and (new this year!) Plano areas, Club SciKidz offers full-day camps for children ages 4-13 beginning June 15. For Collin County families, Club SciKidz will be conveniently located at One Community Church in Plano, a fantastic and easy location for commuters. AND Club SciKidz is thrilled to announce that there are five NEW camps across their four locations:

The offerings at Club SciKidz are endless. Whether it’s a Pre-K child learning to build a slingshot or a second grader incorporating their American Girl doll into an engineering activity, campers and parents alike will be completely wowed by the curriculum and the variety of themes available.

For older kids and young teens, Club SciKidz offers technology-based projects like Robotics and Video Game Creation, real-life themes like Veterinary Medicine and Junior Surgeon, and even science-fiction themes like Magical & Mystical.

Since 1997, owners Bob and Sue Hagan have been running Club SciKidz. They have been bringing the very best science camps to the Dallas area since 2009. Over 100,000 children have attended their camps over the last two decades!

No matter your child’s interest, these camps are a fantastic way to reignite your child’s curiosity and love of science and beyond. There is truly something for everyone.

Learn even more about Club SciKidz:


Allison Ezell
Allison and her husband, Blake, grew up in Dallas and made the move to the 'burbs in 2010 when she began teaching middle school in Frisco. After attending Texas A&M University for her undergrad, Allison came back to Dallas in 2008 to pursue her Master's of Education from SMU. Over the last ten years, she has taught everything from preschool to eighth grade and has a huge passion for literacy. Today, McKinney is home for her family of five which includes Carter (7), Kate (5), and Brooks (3), who was adopted from China in 2016. When she's not chasing the kids around, she can be found drinking coffee, running, avoiding the laundry, traveling, or headed to a girls' night. Follow her self-proclaimed hot mess on Instagram!