I was listening to a Carol Topp podcast about homeschool group leadership and got inspired: What if a few of you took over writing response e-mails to interested new homeschoolers, and mentoring young homeschooling families? For one thing, you are probably Continue reading Anyone have a heart for mentoring new homeschoolers?
Overalls needed! This hands on course for beginner gardeners will be messy, dirty and wet! The course will give an inside to everything that grows. With exciting take home experiments! Week 1 Seeds, inside a seed, plant growth (bean bag) Continue reading Green Thumb
Thank you all for registering in the Google Docs. I’ve started working through the data base this morning. I see that there are several team teaching classes, I’m not able to list more than one person as a lead teacher Continue reading In case team teachers wind up not acknowledged in the charts
We will work through the projects in the Lego Educational Kit about Levers. If we have spare time afterwards, we may work through some of the Lego WeDo programming projects.
Using a variety of strategy games, students will learn how the use of decision-making skills like planning, logic, and tactical reasoning can affect the outcome of a game. Students will also learn about good sportsmanship and fellowship.
Working in teams, students will research a country and create a visual display that represents the uniqueness of that country. As well as learning about another culture, students will learn research methods such as finding accurate information, taking notes, and Continue reading Class Description – Cultural “Fair”
We will have an interactive storytime with use of story and felt board, finger puppets, or other manipulatives. There will be a “montessori-style” sensory component to the class where children will discover, explore, and sort different high-quality montessori materials.
Children are engaged every minute with creative movement and finger plays moving in their favorite ways (jumping, crawling, clapping, turning) to fun, high-energy, imaginative children’s music. Use of music props in each class (rhythm sticks, bean bags, scarves, ribbons, tunnels, Continue reading Class Description – Pre-K Music and Movement
Thank you to everyone who attended the planning meeting. There were so many great class suggestions! Below are the classes we will offer this session. Class descriptions will be posted separately. First Hour Classes Nursery Stephanie S.(teacher), Cleo (teacher), Dominique Continue reading Classes for Spring 2017
In preparation for our planning meeting, here are some ideas to help you brainstorm. Some of the classes that we have offered in the past: Some of the suggestions from previous meetings that we haven’t used: Calligraphy Music Theory Rockets Continue reading Class Ideas