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Classes are teacher led with moms as assistants. Moms must remain on the premises and lead or assist with classes. There is a materials fee contributed by each family each semester.

$30 for all Classes for a 1 child family/semester
$50 for all Classes for a 2+ child family/semester

Class Descriptions

PreK-K Dr. Seuss
Come join us on this wacky, wild adventure as we explore the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss. We will be exploring 8 different books this semester through reading, crafts, hands-on activities, and an occasional themed snack. This class is a perfect transition from nursery to a more structured class. We would love to have your PreK-Kindergartner join us this semester.

PreK-1st Art Exploration
This class will have all new projects. Students will use a variety of art materials to learn about the elements of art while exploring various artistic styles. Students will also have the opportunity to exhibit their work at a local library, collaborate on group projects and display and auction their art at the Student Expo.

K-1st Kids Cook Real Food Beginner
This class is a repeat of the fall semester. Wish you had an extra set of hands in the kitchen? Don’t wait to teach your kids to cook when they’re teenagers, kids as young as preschool can learn this essential life skill! This is a life-changing video based curriculum that teaches kids of all ages cooking skills that they can use to help prepare healthy meals and snacks from whole food. Kids will also take home recipes, tips and skill cards so parents can put their little helpers to work at home peeling, spreading, pouring, measuring, stirring, cutting soft foods with a dull knife and more. Recipes include instructions for modifications for food allergies (such as gluten and dairy substitutions). No peanuts will be used in this class and other food allergies will be accommodated as needed.

2+ Math Games
Math Games will be fun and challenging for ALL math levels, as long as the child is ready to learn addition math facts and play games! For students who are just learning or struggling with addition facts, we will begin with a thorough review and instruction using Addition Facts that Stick by Kate Snow, reinforcing with math games tailored to the specific lesson. For students who already have their addition facts down, we will learn to play a number of games that challenge brains and sharpen skills at subtraction, multiplication, division and more!

2nd+ Intermediate Maker-Space
This class is a repeat of the fall semester. For students ready to use their skills and see what else they can do. Projects will focus on showing what can be done with the given material, practicing following/reading assembly instructions, and then a chance to create their own using the same materials.

2nd+ Sewing School
Students will need to be able to listen carefully and focus on following instructions. Reading will be helpful, but is not required. Students will learn about the proper use of sewing tools, fabric selection, pattern use, two types of hand stitching, casing, and stuffing. Please include an extra $5 at enrollment to cover the cost of a sewing box and sewing materials that students will keep at the conclusion of the class.

3rd+ Upper Elementary Book Club
In this book club we will read and discuss books, short stories, and poetry. We will also be hosting a student book talk in order to give students an opportunity to practice speaking in front of others and to learn about what other great books are being read by our friends. Books for this club will need to be read outside of class, so that we have plenty of time for discussion. To enhance our understanding and love of literature there are projects and assignments to complete at home.

PreK-1st Messy, Sensory Play
All ages welcome for free exploration using messy sensory bins, experiments, and projects.  Each class will have a theme with a story, a messy free play time, and an art project, experiment, or take home sensory object we will complete in class. Please note there will be small pieces that may present a choking hazard.

K-1st Beginner Maker-Space
This class is a repeat of the fall semester. Building and tinkering come together for students ready to learn basics about tools and electronics, and everything they can create with their own hands and imagination. Projects will focus on simple skills with general guidance.

2nd+ American Girl Book Club
This class will feature all new material. Using the American Girl historical books as our springboard for discussion, we’ll learn a little about what life was like during other time periods. The books are a short five chapters and will be read at home between classes. We’ll go through two books per month and they can be read or listened to via audiobook. I’ll give more info on how to obtain them. Class time will consist of a short discussion time, and games, activities, or a craft from the book’s time period. Reading and writing is not a requirement to participate in this class.

3+ Kids Cook Real Food Advanced
Pre-requisite: Home experience or Intermediate Cooking
Kids will be inspired and empowered by the video curriculum to cook healthy meals and snacks for their families safely. After the video, kids practice the new skills they learned in the video to cook something together and then eat it.

2nd+ Crazy, Cool Science
This course will will consist of an introduction to core science concepts.  Terminology pertaining to the lesson of the day will be re-enforced, along with a hands on class activity/experiment to bring further understanding to what we’ve discussed.  Some topics that may be explored include the following:  gravity, magnets, sound energy, scientific tools and the collection of data, states of matter and The Periodic Table of Elements, energy sources, classification, light and colors.  The overall goal of each class will be to stimulate students’ interests in the world around them and encourage them to ask questions and investigate what the outcome may be, along with a better understanding of the many facets of science in our daily lives.

2nd+ Art
This class will have all new projects. Students will use a variety of art materials to learn about the elements of art while exploring various artistic styles. They will also have the opportunity to exhibit their work at a local library and at the Student Expo.

PreK-1st Crazy, Cool Science
This course will consist of a simplified introduction to key science concepts and related terminology.  It will also include a fun activity that correlates to the lesson discussed in class that day.  Some of the concepts that may be presented include sorting and classification, magnets, static electricity, light and colors, how sound travels, energy sources, states of matter (solid, liquid, gas).  The overall goal of each class will be to give students a better understanding of science in every day life, as well as stimulate their interest in the world around them by asking questions and investigating possible outcomes.

1st+ Jump-A-Vis-X
Join us as we learn about the many ways we can exercise! We will cover many topics related to strengthening and stretching muscles. The topics will include various sports, exercise stations, and activities that can be adapted for the needs of each student. The students will be encouraged to show good sportsmanship and fair play.

K+ Praise & Worship Ballet
Come learn ballet technique while we praise our Lord Jesus Christ in the dance!    Not only will we dance to timeless classical music but also Celtic and Jamaican praise music, familiar hymns, and other contemporary Christian worship music from the 80’s and 90’s.  The students will learn a simple worship dance giving them the experience of dancing easily for their Creator, and then a more technical praise dance using the skills they will learn in the class.  Also, correct spelling and translations of ballet terms will be taught using a white board (i.e. plie means ‘to fold’, tendu means ‘to extend’).  This is a beginning class that will be adjusted according to the students’ abilities.  Props such as scarves and bibles MIGHT be utilized.

1st+ Kids Cook Real Food Intermediate
This class is a repeat of the fall semester. Wish you had an extra set of hands in the kitchen? Don’t wait to teach your kids to cook when they’re teenagers, kids as young as preschool can learn this essential life skill! This is a life-changing video based curriculum that teaches kids of all ages cooking skills that they can use to help prepare healthy meals and snacks from whole food. Kids will also take home recipes, tips and skill cards so parents can put their little helpers to work at home peeling, spreading, pouring, measuring, stirring, cutting soft foods with a dull knife and more. Recipes include instructions for modifications for food allergies (such as gluten and dairy substitutions). No peanuts will be used in this class and other food allergies will be accommodated as needed.

2nd+ Drama
Calling all aspiring actors and actresses! We will work on developing young thespians through creative play, movement, pantomime and cooperative games. We will develop short skits from picture books and other sources and also work toward a longer production while covering basics of stage movement. Most of all, we will have fun and explore dramatic expression in a low-pressure environment!

4th+ Art Technique
This class will have all new projects. Students will use a variety of art materials to learn about the elements of art while exploring various artistic styles. This class will build on techniques from previous art classes. They will also have the opportunity to exhibit their work at a local library and at the Student Expo.

4th+ Student Council
Students will organize events, learn leadership skills, team working, and responsibility. This group is for students willing to work to make their co-op great!

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