Please send lunch, a snack, and water with your child!
WOODWORKING- Basic woodworking skills are not only practical, they are fun! Practicing these skills provide the person with applicable abilities in everyday life. Your child will discover how adding numbers and understanding fractions are a necessary skill in life as well. Parents may be invited to join this class at times for extra helping hands. This class will include building woodworking projects with basic tools, as well as, finer woodworking skills such as wood burning and whittling wood!
PLAYGROUND GAMES - Students will love this fun movement class. They will play classic games like 4-Square, Hopscotch, Jump Rope, Double Dutch, Chinese Jump Rope, SPUD, Chicken Noodle Tag, Capture the Flag and so many more timeless favorites!
CIRCUITRY- This class introduces students to the basics of circuitry. Students will be able to identify the parts that make a circuit as well as their function in the circuit. They will create circuits using various components then predict the outcomes of changing components or recircuiting electrical paths. A definite must-do class for your future engineer!
STORY STEAM- After listening to a treasured read-aloud, children will be challenged to work through the design engineering process to solve a problem using a combination of science, technology, engineering, art and math.
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.
CERAMICS - In this class, your child will learn how to make a pot on the pottery wheel as well as hand-build with clay. The clay used on the pottery wheel is earthenware clay that can be fired in a kiln and the clay used during hand-building is air-dry children's clay. The earthenware will be a forever keepsake that is functional as dinnerware and can even be put into the dishwasher. Viable pots can be taken home that same day and will include instructions on where to take them to be fired in a kiln. We recommend local studios in PSL and Stuart. (These studios have their own fees for completing your project.)