us for a fun science class that will take you from your brain to your toes, and
from your skin to your bones! In this weekly class on the human body, students
will explore the function and anatomy of all our major organs and body systems.
Most classes will include a hands-on activity.
1 hr, Mondays, 10:00am – 11:00am
- Teacher: Charlotte Swanson
In a world where it’s never too early to learn programming, KinderTech: Exploring Coding is designed to foster a ‘create-over-consume’ mindset. Students receive repetitive, early exposure to the principles of programming through a variety of fun, easy to use, visual programming tools. Throughout, students will also be exercising basic computer and keyboarding skills, as well as completing lessons that will inform them on safe, kind, and mindful use of technology and the internet.
1 hr, Fridays, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
- Teacher: Digital Dragon
Join an adventure through numbers and counting!
Travel across Number Mountain and meet all the number gnomes and discover what
makes them who they are! Practice math in a meaningful and fun way that
respects imagination and different styles of learning. Use manipulatives and
maps to create a story of math using addition, subtraction, division and
1 hr, Wednesdays, 10:00am - 11:0am
- Teacher: Zion Crosby
learn and practice a variety of basic addition and subtraction techniques.
We practice in both social settings and allow for independent work time.
Math skills are honed down and children feel confident in being able
to handle larger numbers at higher speeds. Students leave the class
feeling ready to take on more difficult problems and eager to experience
division and multiplication.
1 hr, Mondays, 9:00am - 10:00am
Presenting math in an engaging way is possible through more than just a piece of paper. We use various materials to inspire fun while we get our problem solving machines humming. Our hands-on activities help us learn and review concepts in time, money, and measurement. We measure everything from our thumbs to the playground. We find out who the important people on our coins and bills are as we sort money. We learn their values and how to count and add them. We learn how to tell time using analog and digital clocks. Children need to learn what the hour and minute hands mean, what time of day it is, and how much time has passed.1 hr, Wednesday, 11:00am - 12:00pm
- Teacher: Kirsten Karlsrud