Making Monsters

Ages 8-14 - June 21-25, 2021 (Virtual)


Does your child like super-scary or best friend monsters? Imagine, share, create, draw and develop a monster character through descriptive writing. The campers will explore each character and help define every new monster’s appearance, behavior, environment and interactions with others. Develop your child’s skills in visual communication, creative thinking and writing, organization, and in social settings. Students who like creative writing, drawing and those who thrive with online communication and remote learning will enjoy this camp.

  • Registration Details
  • Campus Cancellation Policy
  • Supplies

Registration Details


Date:  June 21-25, 2021 
Times:  9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Daily
Eligibility:  Ages 8-14 

Registration Fee: $125


Scholarships Available
Missouri S&T is offering a limited number of need-based scholarships. If you would like to apply, please register for the camp and check the "Yes" box on the form to receive a scholarship application and instructions (via email). Scholarship review and awardee communication will begin April 1 and continue until funds are gone. Priority will be given to Missouri residents. For questions, email or call 573-341-4200.

The 2021 scholarships are provided in part by the E.J.Endownment, TREKK Design Group and Missouri S&T's student diversity initiatives.

Registration Cancellation Policy
Persons wishing to cancel their registration must do so two weeks (14 full days) prior to the first day of the program. No refunds will be made after this date.

Campus Cancellation Policy

Missouri S&T reserves the right to cancel any program in the event of insufficient registrations, severe weather or natural disaster. In the event of cancellation, registrants will be notified immediately via email and phone, and all fees will be returned in full. 

Persons wishing to cancel their registration must do so two weeks (14 full days) prior to the first day of the program. No refunds will be made after this date.


Supplies, tools, and resources the students will need:

  1. Some form of drawing utensils. These can be anything from crayons to regular pencils and erasers to markers and any variety of reliable mark-making utensils the student and adult/s have available.
  2. Several sheets of paper for both drawing and writing upon. As younger students often enjoy writing by hand on their drawings and on other sheets of paper, it can be beneficial to have several pieces of spare paper available. This paper can be of any type so long as the writing and drawing tools work with it.
  3. Functioning webcam so the student can share their drawings with the class. This is optional so long as an alternative can be agreed upon. Also, please be sure to remember to avoid letting the camera see anything in the background that may be of personal information nature or otherwise sensitive. 
  4. A decent microphone in working order.
  5. A writing software and either the typing skills to utilize it well enough or the aide of an adult to assist. Any writing software will do. We will only need it so the student/adult can transcribe the student’s writing.
  6. Preferably, an adult who is willing to help the student between class periods to work on their projects. This is helpful in the development of ideas and drawings but will be most helpful if the student requires help with the writing software.

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