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(Ages 5 & up) Children should wear comfortable clothing and be prepared for dress up fun! Children will practice and discover how they see the world, people, friends and family. Activities are focused on helping children learn to recognize verbal and non-verbal cues from friends, enhance self esteem, and build friendships. Warming up activity, and end of class performance.
Are you curious about IMPROV? Do you want to try it? Have you done some improvisation, drama or acting already? Either way, come, learn, perform and have a ton of fun!
Every month we will choose a new beloved children’s book to retell in a short play – complete with simple costumes and sweet song finale. Along the way, we will make friends, play games, and have lots of fun! Come play, learn and grow with us!
Art Around The World
In Art Around The World we will explore different methods, styles and mediums of art, the artists behind them and the cultures and time periods that helped create them. From sculpture to sketching, Oragami to collage, to bubble painting and comic book creation we will try our hands at art from many different lands! Come play with us!
Art With Ben
Join Ben Reed as he playfully & creatively shares art skills with you little kids. Ages 4 and up.
Drafting and Design
Art meets STEM as we build it, measure it, & draw it. Then we will enlarge and /or reduce our drawings. Teens
Informal teaching and play. All ages/skill levels welcome. Bring a chess board if you can.
How County Commission, City Council and State legislature work, how laws and ordinances are made, how to testify at meetings, how to run for office, how to be involved politically. There will be guest speakers, elected officials and political activists for some of our classes. This class will be taught by Cindy Lake.
Discover the volcanic formation of the 8 Islands that make up the State of Hawaii. Where its people migrated from and how they navigated by ocean without a compass, using nature by reading the stars, and the moon’s changing crescents, wind & ocean currents and when certain birds & fish appeared.
Students will also become familiar with Hawaii’s Ali’i (ah lee ee), Royal Monarchy, its Kings and Queens. When Hawaii became the 50th State of the United States of America and how Hawaii’s diverse cultures became known as the Melting Pot of the world.
Students will engage in simple Hawaiian language, counting in Hawaiian, the 12 letters of the Hawaiian alphabet, arts & craft (lei making, haku/ha coo = flower crowns, etc.), hula and song.
Kau Kau Kitchen (Cow Cow) will be held one day each month. Students will participate in simple “manamana lima” (mah nah mah nah lee mah) = “finger” food preparations, such as Poi, Hawaii’s favorite “Pineapple Steak” and other dishes.
Foundations in Personal Finance (Teens)
Dave Ramsey’s class for teens
Each student will need to order a workbook.
The World is a big, big place and stuff happens out there every day! Get to know your planet through map, texts, and videos.
Join Miss Elissa as she takes you across the world with a Little Passports themed class. Hands on activities!
Writing Adventures Ages 7-10
Enthusiastic and reluctant writers alike will find the joy in writing in these exciting weekly classes. With new class themes every other month and enthusiastic and engaging instruction, both new and returning students can expect a year that will reveal a side to writing that they never expected. A typical Writing Adventures class incorporates team-building games, collaborative writing activities, hands-on materials, and plenty of one-on-one instruction, leading to a fun, effective, and encouraging class environment. Class limited to 12 students. Try your first class free!*** Register at www.writingadventuresusa.com
Writing Adventures Ages 11-15
Enthusiastic and reluctant writers alike will find the joy in writing in these exciting weekly classes. With new class themes every other month and enthusiastic and engaging instruction, both new and returning students can expect a year that will reveal a side to writing that they never expected. A typical Writing Adventures class incorporates team-building games, collaborative writing activities, hands-on materials, and plenty of one-on-one instruction, leading to a fun, effective, and encouraging class environment. Class limited to 14 students. Try your first class free!*** Register at www.writingadventuresusa.com
Writing Adventures, Advanced Writing Techniques – Ages 11+
By request, Writing Adventures has added a course designed for students seeking an even more in-depth writing experience using the same engaging and effective techniques as our traditional classes. This class will focus more specifically on the technical side of writing. Overall course concepts will include writing for your target audience, grammar and mechanics, word choice, sentence fluency, and organization of ideas. Class is limited to 10 students to ensure students each receive individualized instruction. Students are welcome to enroll in this class as a stand-alone course or as a supplement to their other Writing Adventures class. Try your first class free!**** Register at www.writingadventuresusa.com
STEM – Robot Design Engineering Projects
Design Engineering Projects challenges students to design, build and program a robot to move, act smarter than the average machine, and perform complex tasks as a reliable system.
$120 Members, $180 Non-Members
Ages 8 and up
Class size limited to 8 students
Contact Mr Tim at Timothy.N@cox.net for registration and to pay.
STEM – LEGO Technic Building Techniques
Students will learn LEGO Technic building techniques while building fun models, most of them with moving parts. Students will design and build their own model over the final two sessions. 1:30pm – 3:00pm $100 Members, $150 Non-Members 12 weeks Ages 8 and up Class size limited to 8 students. Please contact Mr Tim to register and pay, Timothy.N@cox.net
Students will use their creativity to design and build a solution for a given challenge. Each week there will be a new challenge to solve. Individuals or small groups will have limited resources to build with, 45 minutes to discuss the challenge and implement possible solutions. To register and pay contact Mr Tim, Timothy.N@cox.net
STEM – Robot Design Engineering Projects
Design Engineering Projects challenges students to design, build and program a robot to move, act smarter than the average machine, and perform complex tasks as a reliable system. $120 Members, $180 Non-Members 12 weeks Ages 8 and up Class size limited to 8 students. Please email Mr Tim to register and pay. Timothy.N@cox.net
An Incremental Development, 3rd edition (Saxon)
Elementary Math Games
I won’t be drilling students on their arithmetic abilities, rather I hope to find ways to engage them and make learning various topics fun. Last year we made fraction flowers with students ranging from 5-10 years old. We played numeration and skip counting games (which double as learning multiplication). We touched on a variety of topics and I am happy to look for or devise games to help reinforce skills that may be causing stress. Logical thinking and non-linear thinking challenges help children solve problems of all kinds in any situation. Math can, and should, be fun since we use it so much in our daily lives.
This class will teach all of the basic chords, different parts of the guitar, crucial guitar vocabulary, along with how to tune your instrument. This will be a whole-class approach to learning guitar. Students will be expected to bring their own acoustic guitar.
First Session – 5 Week
Reading with Miss Angela
This year I am trying a new format with reading to hopefully engage a wider age range interest. What I propose doing is basing the class more around group reading and discussion of the books partially based on the method used by Great Books.org. For the smallest children, we will sit and they will be read to while seeing the books and we will talk about some of the phonics, rhyming, etc. I plan on having them participate in the readings by having them help finish the rhymes. For students who are not yet reading fully on their own, but have higher interest levels we will read a text together where every child will need their own copy of a book so I/we can read it together. We will also stop and discuss the book, use dictionaries to look up words the children are unfamiliar with and hopefully explore deeper meanings in the books. If we have interest from truly independent readers I will have discussion time for them as well where I will moderate discussion, but allow the children to be fairly independent in their discussions.
Philosophy for kids
In this class we will explore philosophical concepts through children’s picture books. Key philosophical concepts will be discussed in class and the children will have the chance to be philosophers. The class is intended to help children explore concepts with their peers that normally aren’t discussed in typical reading programs.
Key concepts like the nature of bravery, altruism, dreams, nothing, epistemology (how do you know what you know?) aesthetics and more.
Kids will also learn how to respect each other’s opinions and how to disagree appropriately.
This troop is Christian Based. We meet every Tuesday from 6:20-8:00pm. We need committed Godly men to lead some of the dens, parents to participate at all levels (leaders, committee, fundraising and events), and of course boys!
Various field trips, class discounts and special events. To Become a Member We offer monthly $20 membership fees payable via paypal or direct bill pay, or an upfront payment of $220 (pay for 11 mo, get the 12th for free!) with check, cash, or credit card. Membership gives you discounts on classes and events, members only field trips, the above mentioned teleconference calls, and so much more! Check out RISEerc.org for more info or call (702) 748-7473