Stuart - FULL DAY WEDNESDAY 9:00-3:20

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Please send lunch, a snack, and water with your child! 

LOGIC AND LEARNING GAMES - During Logic and Learning Games class, children will be able to choose from a variety of age-appropriate logic and strategy games to develop critical thinking skills, improve math, reading and language skills, and provide children with opportunities to plan, adapt, master and compete against others while practicing good sportsmanship.  

PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PE) - Students will use a variety of equipment to promote physical wellness and psychomotor skills.  There will be an emphasis on group collaboration.  Students will learn to function as a team through group games and challenges.

MICROSCOPE INVESTIGATIONS - This class introduces students to the exciting world of compound and stereo microscopes.  Students will be able to sharpen their observations skills, explore magnification, identify the parts and functions of a microscope and of course, investigate what objects look like magnified.  Students will have opportunities to 'guess the object' in the microscope, as well as, find things of their own to view under the microscope.  This class is appropriate for all ages of budding scientists.

TOY MAKING -   Paper, wood, scraps and recyclables will be used in class to create classic and innovative hand made toys.  Students learn about force & motion, cause & effect and design & engineering while creating toys to take home and enjoy.

SPORTS - Students will be up and moving while learning the techniques of various sports.  Among many others, they will have opportunities to practice their dribbling and shooting skills, their set and spike finesse, their wiffleball and kickball might and mini-golf talents as well.  

UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHY- Students will learn about the United States through games, activities, songs and stories.  They will learn the names of the states and their capitols, landmarks, map reading and climate patterns.  We will study the geography of the US including the Great Lakes, mountains, deserts, neighboring countries and oceans.  Students will create a historical timeline of America and discuss its unique architecture and culture.