Early U.S. History

American History can be fun and exciting to learn. No boring lectures here! During our class we will create interactive notebooks utilizing hands-on learning from Teachers Pay Teachers. Join this class and experience lively discussions, demonstrations and interesting activities as we experience the birth of our great Nation. This EARLY American History Curriculum includes: Native […]

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Penmanship, Social Studies & Art 4-7

4th-7th grades Students will form letters correctly and will begin cursive writing during the first semester. Using “Draw, Write, Now” books, students will create pictures to go with their writings. Artwork will be collected and laminated for a year-end portfolio to share with parents. Social studies and additional art lessons will be gleaned from children’s […]

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Beginning S.T.E.M. 5/6

Students will work together in groups to design and build projects as we explore all components of STEM, from simple machines and cars to lava lamps and buoyancy experiments. We will also make water defy gravity as we learn about surface tension. Newton’s Laws will also be investigated as we learn about motion, friction, inertia […]

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Science Character Matters

In a world where we constantly are told through words or actions that character does not matter, we desire to tell children the truth that it DOES matter. This course will implement a study that I have done with my own children over the last 17 years. We will be studying science in the form of creation, i.e. […]

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Musical Theatre

Students will learn musical numbers from popular musical productions and movies.  All levels of experience welcome, class is structured to showcase individuals as well as group abilities. Acting and improvisation games and exercises will also help students prepare these numbers for recital. A parent or guardian is required to attend the first class.

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Science is Fun!

Children are naturally inquisitive and want real answers to their questions. They also learn best through fun, hands-on experimentation. This class combines these two ingredients to guide students into scientific thinking and investigation while equipping them with the foundational knowledge they need to think critically about the world around them. We will study scientists and […]

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Piano 4th-6th

This class will teach the basics of music including playing with a steady beat, singing on pitch, note and rhythm reading, keyboard technique, theory, and music appreciation. Students will be introduced to famous composers and compositions. They will have an opportunity to practice both vocal and instrumental participation in class, applying skills to the learning […]

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Sports equipment with a football basketball baseball soccer tennis and golf ball and badminton hockey puck as recreation and leisure fun activities for team and individual playing.

P.E. – Sports for All

Do you have children, boys or girls, 3rd grade -12th grade who might be interested in football, basketball, baseball, and other team sports, but were afraid of being around others that might be “better” or intimidating? Maybe you couldn’t find the right program to let your student experience a variety of sports that was low […]

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3rd Grade Block

Check into the 3rd Grade and set off on an enjoyable and interactive learning experience. This 3-hour class will meet twice a week for 32 weeks and cover the foundational skills of reading, writing, and math through active learning with peers. Select themes will direct this learning, bringing continuity to the classroom experience and opportunities […]

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3rd & 4th History

Using Nest Family animated videos and activity books, students will be introduced to key people, places, and events throughout History. We will begin this timeline driven journey with the story of Creation. Minimal homework will be assigned. Various art supplies and foods will be brought into the classroom throughout the year.

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Language Arts 4

This is a comprehensive language arts and literature studies course that will cover writing, vocabulary, spelling, and reading comprehension, while promoting active reading and reflective thinking. Literature studies will provide the stimulus for writing and assignments will give students exposure to the elements, language, and methods of writing focusing on content, style, organization, and mechanics. Writing […]

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Acting Up

This class will improve acting skills, give you confidence for your next audition, and keep you in theatrical shape for future productions! Includes character development and analysis and exercises in projection, posture, and focus. Some of the skills learned include keeping character, proper stage movement, blocking, timing, etc. Monologues, duets, and scenes will be prepared […]

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Group Dance

Learn basic but fun dance moves to gospel, pop and broadway music. Great exercise in a supportive social setting! All levels of experience encouraged to participate in recital but not required.

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Math 5

This course will build students’ knowledge of the foundational math skills they’ll need for both everyday life and higher-level math. Units cover adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Equations, plane-figure geometry, measurement, ratios, statistics, probability, and integers are also covered.

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