Art ‘n Motion (preschool)

25 minutes. 

Teacher: Christina Robinson (christinanrobinson@hotmail.com)

Age Group: PK-K       Cost: $10 per Child               Supplies: paint shirt for messy weeks

Limit 12

Each week we will be creating new shapes while working with different types of dough allowing the kids to put their imaginations to work and discover new creative strategies. There will also be some quiet time to enjoy a few great books followed by a game to teach the children teamwork, promote coordination, and develop gross motor skills.

Creative Play                                                          Game

Week 1 -Fruit Dough                                                Bowling with Fruit

Week 2- Shape Cookie Pops                                    Shape Musical Chairs

Week 3 – Water play                                                Squirt gun drawing

Week 4- Green Dough                                              Fergie the Frog  (Wear GREEN today!!)

Week 5- Yarn Balloons                                             Balloon Volleyball

Week 6 -ABC Dough                                                Friends Form a Letter

Week 7- Animal Fun Clay                                         Animal Simon Says (Bring your favorite stuffed animal today!)

Week 8- Doggie Biscuits                                           Doggie, Doggie, Where’s Your Bone

Week 9- Clay Candles                                               Jack Be Nimble

Week 10 -Gingerbread Dough                                Gingerbread Hunt

Week 11- Digging for animals                                 hide and seek

Week 12- Shaving cream painting                          build your own snack          

Junk Car Team Challenge

Facilitator: Jenni Chandler (jjbrchandler@yahoo.com)
Ages: 11+

Limit 15
Use STEM engineering design skills to creatively solve weekly challenges using “junk”.  This class will be similar in some ways to the PBS “Design Squad” series.  We will learn about and use the Engineering Design Process as we work together to solve missions.  We will partner with FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) team #12913 DA EXBots for at least one challenge, and discover how problem solving in a team environment is one of the most desired and marketable skills in today’s tech focused job market.  

Cheerleading 10+

Teacher: Betsy Jones (betsyjonz@gmail.com)

Cheerleading 10 and older
50 minute class
Learn basic stunts, jumps, cheers, and dance. This group will also help assist and be partners with the younger kids during the first part of the class. Work on leadership skills as well as the Fruits of the Spirit by serving others and loving your neighbor!
Cost: Free

Chess and Critical Thinking

Brooke Cowell (brookecowell@gmail.com) and Ashley Womble
Ages 8-13 (Grades 3-8). 

Class limit: 14 students.


Students will discuss a variety of critical thinking problems & hone-in on their Chess playing abilities. Students should have access to Chess board. 

Cheerleading 5-9

Cheerleading 5-9 yr olds
25 min class

Betsy Jones (betsyjonz@gmail.com)
Learn basic stunts, jumps, cheers, and dance. We will talk about the Fruits of Spirit and memorize some scripture as well.
Cost: Free

Hands On Literacy

Hands on Literacy
Ages: 6-10
10 kids max
50 minutes  

Cost: Free

Teacher: Sarah Mercurio (smercurio03@gmail.com)

Weekly activities will require child to have library access, a digital library, or children can choose from our personal library on certain topics. Weekly activities include reading games focusing on phonemic awareness, voting on next week’s topic, your child presenting 3 things they learned about their homework topic to the class, reading and discussing a bible verse your child will copy for homework, and a read aloud. Activities will require parents to provide reading materials and some project materials. Children will be reading and or learning in a variety of formats to include hands on activities such as creating a lego display or simple play dough sculpture about something they learned. Children are expected to complete some projects at home to return the following week and present to class three things they learned. I am a Barton tutor with an Orton Gillingham Approach; however this class is not designed specifically on the Barton system but around phonemic awareness and building a love for literacy.  Older kids are welcome to participate, especially if they do struggle with reading, as we will be working on phonics.

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