Have you ever wondered what kids around the world eat? We will be learning what kids from the Middle East to India to Canada and in between like to eat. We will teach you how to prepare and cook the meal. Our class will also learn why God made such wonderful foods for us to enjoy and how they help our bodies. Materials to bring: 6-page protectors, crayons or markers
Cost: $20 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
Instructor: Sara Strickland
Learning Spanish can be really fun! In this semester we will learn the basics, such as the alphabet, basic vocabulary and phrases, culture, and enough grammar for simple conversation! We'll do this through lesson plans, basic art (coloring/painting), and a couple of "cultural experiences" in which we'll plan and prepare meals and fiestas! It's gonna be a blast!
Materials to bring: a binder with construction paper and crayons or colored pencils Cost: $10 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
Lower Elementary (K-2nd grades) 2nd Period
Magic School Bus Science
Instructors: Kristen Brookshire & Sharon Brookshire
Come join us as we take a ride on the Magic School Bus, and explore the wonderful world of science! We will be reading through some of the Magic School Bus books, and conducting exciting hands on experiments that reinforce the lessons learned in each book. Materials to bring: 1" binder, crayons, colored pencils, pencils, glue stick, scissors Cost: $20 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
OR (please see next page for other choice)
Lower Elementary (K-2nd grades) 2nd Period *continued* Arts & Crafts
Instructors: Heather Bullman & Kayla Wooton
We will be doing a variety of art and craft activities. These activities will range from rainbow mosaics, to fingerprint art, to decorating pumpkins and making Christmas ornaments. So if you like getting messy and creating things this is the class for you. Materials to bring: an apron or cover up t-shirt, markers, crayons and glue sticks Cost: $15 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
Lower Elementary (K-2nd grades) 3rd Period Middle Ages
Come and explore the Middle Ages! Castles, kings, and knights are not the only things we will be learning about in this class. Medieval tournaments, the feudal society, famous artists, dragon legends, types of food, clothing, and much more will be discussed and experienced. Each class session will be full of hands-on activities and numerous craft projects. Materials to bring: crayons or colored pencils,glue sticks, scissors, and a folder
Cost: $25 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
Instructor: Susannah Richmond
In this class your children will have the opportunity to use legos to learn how to follow patterns, work with a group to solve problems, and use their creativity. Materials to bring: one base plate, clearly marked with your child's name, paper and pencil Cost: $10 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
Upper Elementary (3rd-5th grades) 1st Period Chess
Instructors: Trixie Briggs & David Briggs
Have you seen others play chess and feel intimidated? Would you like to learn how to play in a fun way? Learn the pieces, moves, etiquette and other knowledge of the game. Let us show you how the challenging game of chess can be fun and exciting. Not only will you learn how to play but you can be in a tournament and see if you come out on top!
Materials to bring: none at this time
Cost: $10 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
OR Inventors & Inventions
Instructors: Angie Young & Caroline Sammons
We will spend this semester learning about some of our world’s most influential inventors and their inventions.
Some of the most well-known inventors will be studied for sure but we will also include some other fun folks like the
inventor of the cotton candy machine and many more. We will also take time to make some of our own inventions using some “throw away” materials in a repurpose/reuse fashion.
Materials to bring: pens, pencils, crayons, markers, and glue Cost: $20 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15
Upper Elementary (3rd-5th grades) 2nd Period Bible Road Trip- Part 1 (Genesis- Deuteronomy)
Instructor: Brandy Barnwell
Buckle your seat belts and get ready for an incredible journey through God’s Word. This semester we will be traveling through the first 5 books of the Old Testament, the Pentateuch. It is my prayer that myself and the students will come to a deeper understanding of Scripture and of whom God is. Students will have weekly reading assignments from the Bible. “Knowing and understanding the Old Testament is critical to our understanding of God’s plan for salvation, of the story of our Messiah, and of the New Testament itself.” Through Bible reading (we will be going Book by Book), scripture study, discussion, prayer, and other activities we will begin to look at the truth of God’s Word and the importance of making it a part of our everyday lives!
Materials to bring: 1 or 1 ½ inch 3 ring binder, pack of page protectors, small composition book (to use as a prayer journal), colored pencils, scissors, glue stick, pencil/pen and most importantly a Bible
Cost: $15 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15 OR (please see next page for other choice)
Upper Elementary (3rd-5th grades) 2nd Period *continued* Art
Instructor: Amy Castellani
Students will be doing a different art project each week introducing them to different mediums and genres. All supplies will be provided. Materials to bring: none needed
Cost: $25 Class size: Min 5/ Max 15