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Little Medical School
with Amanda Barnes
LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL Kids love to dress up and play doctor. This program encourages children to do this as they explore the exciting world of medicine. Using interactive demonstrations, role-playing, crafts and games, kids learn how the body and organs work and how to use instruments that real doctors use. Children are awarded a graduation diploma at the end of the program. Topics include: What’s In the Doctor’s Office?; All About the Heart!; Digestion Fun!; All About the Lungs! For 2nd - 6th grade.
Art with Randi -Nov
with Randi Egley
Randi will guide students to experiment with a variety of artistic techniques and blend art history lessons with hands-on instruction. Kids will learn to express themselves through engaging, creative art projects using various mediums each month and might include acrylics, charcoals, watercolors, painting and drawing. Each month will be a different seasonal project and include inspiration from a different art icon. Supplies are included in the cost, so the only things kiddos need to bring are their enthusiasm and creativity. For ages 8-12. Class meets twice - Nov 12th & 19th.
Coding for Kids
with Tera Gilbertson
New Dates! Class is Nov 14, Nov 21, Dec 5, and Dec 12 at 6pm.
Most of the objects we use today are powered by code. But how does code work? And why has coding become such an important skill? Come to class and learn about the language powering so much of our tech. Students will learn to make a GIF, and how to use coding and math to create digital projects from angles, and have some fun! Coding is for anyone who is curious, and is interested in more than just programming. Studies show it teaches kids logical thinking and problem solving. Kids who learn to code become more creative and gain confidence by tackling problems by themselves. Coding teaches kids to be creative. They can make, break and fix anything they want. For ages 9-11.
Private Cheer/Tumbling Lessons
with Jessica Guild
Private Cheer and/or Tumbling Lessons are great for individual athletes or a small group of athletes looking to try out for high school or college cheer. They are also a great way to work on skills for competition. Tumbling, jumping, dancing, and cheering skills can all be practiced. Stunting practice is limited; however, stunting drills and technique instruction may be provided. Private lessons are scheduled directly with instructor. Call Jessie Guild at 307-679-4224.