We know summer is the time for kids to take a break from the classroom, but the Da Vinci Science Center in Allentown is helping them keep their minds sharp while also having fun.

News 13 went down Monday to check out some of the center's summer camps. There are several different ones happening this week.

"Mini Medical School" lets students interested in exploring healthcare learn more about anatomy and medical procedures. "LEGO: Challenge Accepted" is giving kids an opportunity to explore coding and robotics through LEGOs.

"Obviously we want them to have a passion for science and STEM fields sparked while they're here but I think the biggest thing I think is for them to come out having an awesome time," said Lindsay Clinton, museum experience and camp coordinator at Da Vinci.

The Da Vinci Science Center has several new camps starting in August. You can learn more by visiting the center's website. Staff say reserve a spot soon because they are filling up fast.