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Spanish
Mondays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

 

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Thursdays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Cartoon Drawing:
Flowers, Animals & Anime!
Tuesdays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: K - 5th. Let your imagination (and your pencil) run wild in this spring-themed cartoon classroom. Be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. Learn about story-boarding and motion to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas illustrated in our flower characters lesson. We'll have a roaring good time drawing cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. Nothing is more fun than learning about cartoon design, and impressing your friends and family with your creations! Instructor: Young Rembrandts staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

NEW! Nutty Detectives
Fridays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades 1st - 4th. Use the same tools as forensic scientists to learn how detectives rely on science to solve mysteries! Weekly topics will include fingerprinting, facial recognition, deductive reasoning and more in this kid-friendly CSI program. Take advantage of the opportunity to study the field of forensic science with exciting, hands-on experiments, which is the best way to make learning stick! If time allows, you may also participate in movement activities, art, math games, or reading. If you have a curious mind and enjoy new challenges, you will have a fantastic experience. Instructor: Nutty Scientists staff. 6 classes.

Chess with All the King's Men
Wednesdays
3:18PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

 

Grades: K - 8th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

A2 STEAM

Chess with All the King's Men
Mondays
3:18PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 8th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

Spanish
Thursdays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Animal ARTventures 
Tuesdays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

Watercolor Basics
Fridays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: K - 5th. Grasp the fundamentals of watercolor art, from basics to specific techniques. Start by building your comfort with materials and boosting your confidence. Practice becomes enjoyable as we create fun pieces. In this course, you'll learn watercolor basics, including techniques like wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry, mark-making, and puddles. You'll also explore watercolor floral patterns, create feather paintings, make sparkling flowers, delve into process art, and master blending while creating popsicle art. Instructor: Namrata Khemka. 6 classes.

Chinese
Wednesdays
3:18PM - 5:00PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: Y5 - 5th. Join us for an awesome Chinese language and culture learning adventure! You will learn the Chinese language and culture through festivals, games, songs, videos, crafts, role-plays, and flash cards. You learn about pinyin and tones, numbers and colors, greetings, and ordering food from Chinese restaurants. Continuing students will further develop their language and communication skills with new materials. Instructor: Alice Chang. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

ABBOT

Chess with All the King's Men
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Cartoon Drawing:
Flowers, Animals & Anime!

Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: K - 5th. Let your imagination (and your pencil) run wild in this spring-themed cartoon classroom. Be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. Learn about story-boarding and motion to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas illustrated in our flower characters lesson. We'll have a roaring good time drawing cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. Nothing is more fun than learning about cartoon design, and impressing your friends and family with your creations! Instructor: Young Rembrandts staff. 6 classes.

Chinese
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: Y5 - 5th. Join us for an awesome Chinese language and culture learning adventure! You will learn the Chinese language and culture through festivals, games, songs, videos, crafts, role-plays, and flash cards. You learn about pinyin and tones, numbers and colors, greetings, and ordering food from Chinese restaurants. Continuing students will further develop their language and communication skills with new materials. Instructor: Alice Chang. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

NEW! Nutty Detectives
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: 1st - 4th. Use the same tools as forensic scientists to learn how detectives rely on science to solve mysteries! Weekly topics will include fingerprinting, facial recognition, deductive reasoning and more in this kid-friendly CSI program. Take advantage of the opportunity to study the field of forensic science with exciting, hands-on experiments, which is the best way to make learning stick! If time allows, you may also participate in movement activities, art, math games, or reading. If you have a curious mind and enjoy new challenges, you will have a fantastic experience. Instructor: Nutty Scientists staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

ALLEN

Chess with G-Powers
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 5th. Beginning/Intermediate. Students with no or some experience in chess are welcome to join. They learn basic opening and ending strategies and further learn how to use forks and pins. Instructors: G-Powers staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

NEW! Cartoon Drawing:
Flowers, Animals & Anime!
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: K -5th. Let your imagination (and your pencil) run wild in this spring-themed cartoon classroom. Be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. Learn about story-boarding and motion to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas illustrated in our flower characters lesson. We'll have a roaring good time drawing cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. Nothing is more fun than learning about cartoon design, and impressing your friends and family with your creations! Instructor: Young Rembrandts staff. 6 classes.

ANGELL

NEW! Cartoon Drawing:
Flowers, Animals & Anime!
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 5th. Let your imagination (and your pencil) run wild in this spring-themed cartoon classroom. Be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. Learn about story-boarding and motion to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas illustrated in our flower characters lesson. We'll have a roaring good time drawing cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. Nothing is more fun than learning about cartoon design, and impressing your friends and family with your creations! Instructor: Young Rembrandts staff. 6 classes.

Spanish
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

 

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

French
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

 

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn French the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and learning about the most popular French pets; what they look like, what they eat, and what they like to do. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own pet craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

BACH

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

Chess with All the King's Men
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

Multi-Sport Sampler
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: K - 3rd. Have a ball (pun intended) with multi-sport classes designed to allow young athletes to sample various sports each week. Through a combination of Soccer, Flag Football, Basketball, and Ultimate Games, learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the program, walk away with general knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. Ultimate Games will include capture the flag, kickball, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee, and other high-energy games. Each week is sure to be a fun, fast-paced workout for you and your teammates! Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

Spanish
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

Fencing
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: 2nd - 5th. Fencing is a physically and mentally demanding sport that improves speed, agility, and reflexes. Join us after school to learn how to apply problem solving skills under pressure and to show respect, regardless of the result. Use your mind and body to overcome your adversary. Equipment is included. Dress in sports clothing including sneakers and sports pants. Instructor: Coach Mitchell Gatrell. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

BRYANT

Breakdance
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 2nd. Join A2Breakdance for the America's popular...Breakdance! Students build self-confidence, listening skill and self-awareness. They express themselves through movement in a safe, fun, disciplined and friendly environment. Students also learn about hip hop culture and what it means to be a Bboy or Bgirl. Instructors: A2Breakdance staff. 6 classes.

Spanish
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: Y5 - 2nd. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: K - 2nd. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

BURNS PARK

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

Chess with All the King's Men
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: K -5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

Natural Wonders of Science
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. The natural world is such a wonder! We’re excited to share its amazing features! Students assemble a worm habitat, dissect an owl pellet, examine fossils, rocks, minerals and much more!! Scholarship recipients pay a $25 materials fee. Instructor: Nuts About Science staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15. See below for focus of each week: We Love Mother Earth: You examine what happens to garbage, recycling, and pollution. You’ll make a toy out of recycled materials and examine a cool way to conserve water. The Sunny Side of Earth: Where are the stars during the day? You will explore this question as you create a Sun, Earth, Moon orbit model. Then you discuss stars and constellations and create a glow in the dark masterpiece of The Little Dipper. Fascinating Fossils: You identify and take home real live fossils (haha) and then use clay, a cup, and plaster to make your very own fossil cast to amaze their friends with!! Rock on! You explore the main ways rocks are formed, what a mineral is and what exactly a crystal is. You will take home rocks and crystals to add to your rock collection. Owl Pellets: Have you ever wondered what an owl pellet is? Find out as you dissect an owl pellet. You’ll also learn about the owls in Michigan and where they are in the food chain. Plants V. Animals: You discover the survival needs of plants and animals and learn their different life cycles. You’ll make Seed Balls and a Worm Home with live worms!

Spanish
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

CARPENTER

NEW! Nutty Detectives
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: 1st - 4th. Use the same tools as forensic scientists to learn how detectives rely on science to solve mysteries! Weekly topics will include fingerprinting, facial recognition, deductive reasoning and more in this kid-friendly CSI program. Take advantage of the opportunity to study the field of forensic science with exciting, hands-on experiments, which is the best way to make learning stick! If time allows, you may also participate in movement activities, art, math games, or reading. If you have a curious mind and enjoy new challenges, you will have a fantastic experience. Instructor: Nutty Scientists staff. 6 classes.

Chess with G-Powers
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: K - 5th. Beginning/Intermediate. Students with no or some experience in chess are welcome to join. They learn basic opening and ending strategies and further learn how to use forks and pins. Instructors: G-Powers staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

NEW! Lacrosse for Beginners
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: 3rd - 5th. Learn the basics of one of the fastest growing sports in the US, lacrosse! Build your confidence using a lacrosse stick to carry, pass, catch, and shoot the ball into the goal. Each week, a new skill will be taught in an understandable manner and in a non-competitive environment. Enjoy discovering the ins and outs of this unique sport while learning how to work together as a team. All equipment will be provided. Classes will start with an appropriate warm-up, stretch, and an introduction to the fundamentals of lacrosse. Instructor: Kidokinetics staff. 6 classes.

DICKEN

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

Chess with G-Powers
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: K - 5th. Beginning/Intermediate. Students with no or some experience in chess are welcome to join. They learn basic opening and ending strategies and further learn how to use forks and pins. Instructors: G-Powers staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

Spanish
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

EBERWHITE

Spanish
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Dodgeball FUNdamentals
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: 3rd - 5th. Discover how much FUN dodgeball can be while learning and practicing the essential skills of throwing, catching, dodging, and blocking. Become a champion on and off the court by experiencing dodgeball the Kidokinetics way, with an emphasis on creativity, safety, strategy, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Also receive brief anatomy and physiology lessons to understand how your body movements affect your play. All equipment will be provided. Classes will start with an appropriate warm-up, stretch, and then cover the various skills to incorporate into the game of dodgeball. Instructor: Kidokinetics staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

Fencing
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/22/24 - 6/3/24

Grades: 2nd - 5th. Fencing is a physically and mentally demanding sport that improves speed, agility, and reflexes. Join us after school to learn how to apply problem solving skills under pressure and to show respect, regardless of the result. Use your mind and body to overcome your adversary. Equipment is included. Dress in sports clothing including sneakers and sports pants. Instructor: Coach Mitchell Gatrell. 6 classes. No class 5/27.

Breakdance
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: K - 5th. Join A2Breakdance for the America's popular...Breakdance! Students build self-confidence, listening skill and self-awareness. They express themselves through movement in a safe, fun, disciplined and friendly environment. Students also learn about hip hop culture and what it means to be a Bboy or Bgirl. Instructors: A2Breakdance staff. 6 classes.

Chess with All the King's Men
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

HAISLEY

Chess with All the King's Men
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

Multi-Sport Sampler
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: K - 3rd. Have a ball (pun intended) with multi-sport classes designed to allow young athletes to sample various sports each week. Through a combination of Soccer, Flag Football, Basketball, and Ultimate Games, learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the program, walk away with general knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. Ultimate Games will include capture the flag, kickball, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee, and other high-energy games. Each week is sure to be a fun, fast-paced workout for you and your teammates! Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy staff. 6 classes.

NEW! World Dance Sampler
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: 1st - 3rd. Dancers will learn lively dances from Europe, Asia, Central and South America, as well as from the American South in this spirited class. You will learn safe and creative ways to warm up, and fun ways of working with duet partners, small groups and large circle dances. Bachata, Texas Two-Step, Cotton-eyed Joe, Hula, and the Tarantella are some of the styles you will learn. A wide range of music, dance games, and exciting props enrich our dance learning. Have fun and stretch your imagination with dance friends. No special shoes are required, but socks that can be removed are a help. Ms. Sears, is a polished educator with a professional dance and somatics career, a former dance professor, and adjudicator for the MYAF. 6 Classes. No class 5/7.

Gardening for Kids
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: K - 5th. Let's get outdoors and connect with nature through the garden! Enjoy hands-on and inquiry-based activities with plenty of time for exploration and creativity. Examine the living soil, seeds, parts of a plant, and pollination, as well as learn how to grow your own food. During the final class session, celebrate our garden by preparing and eating a salad that we have grown ourselves! Each week, students will meet in the art room first, and Ms. Sopoci will then lead them to the garden. During inclement weather, class will be held inside. Instructor: Jennifer Sopoci. 6 classes. No class 5/15. Focus of each week: Week 1: Garden safety, Garden planning, Scavenger hunt Week 2: Plant needs, Garden measurements (air temp, soil temp, soil samples), Planting salad seeds Week 3: Garden cleanup, Brainstorm improvements and dreams, Sign making Week 4: How is our garden growing? Read soil test results, explore different types of soil and the organisms that live there Week 5: Pollination! How do pollinators play a role in our garden? What can we plant to attract them? Plant flowers Week 6: Harvest and eat our salad and celebrate our time in the garden together

KING

Spanish
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

Journaling & Art Adventure
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 3rd. Experience the perfect combination of composing and creating. Spend the beginning of each class journaling followed by special art projects. Work with mixed media art, finger-paints, watercolor, and seasonal art to allow for a wide variety of artistic expression. The final class will offer a surprise art project that is sure to bring joy to all students. Take advantage of this opportunity to reflect on your thoughts and feelings, explore your creativity, and make new friends in this one-of-a-kind after school art adventure. Instructor: Namrata Khemka. 6 classes.

Chess with All the King's Men
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

LAKEWOOD

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

 

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

Spanish
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

Chess with All the King's Men
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

 

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

NEW! Cartoon Drawing:
Flowers, Animals & Anime!
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: K - 5th. Let your imagination (and your pencil) run wild in this spring-themed cartoon classroom. Be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. Learn about story-boarding and motion to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas illustrated in our flower characters lesson. We'll have a roaring good time drawing cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. Nothing is more fun than learning about cartoon design, and impressing your friends and family with your creations! Instructor: Young Rembrandts staff. 6 classes.

LAWTON

Breakdance
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

 

Grades: K - 5th. Join A2Breakdance for the America's popular...Breakdance! Students build self-confidence, listening skill and self-awareness. They express themselves through movement in a safe, fun, disciplined and friendly environment. Students also learn about hip hop culture and what it means to be a Bboy or Bgirl. Instructors: A2Breakdance staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

NEW! Cartoon Drawing:
Flowers, Animals & Anime!
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: K - 5th. Let your imagination (and your pencil) run wild in this spring-themed cartoon classroom. Be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. Learn about story-boarding and motion to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas illustrated in our flower characters lesson. We'll have a roaring good time drawing cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. Nothing is more fun than learning about cartoon design, and impressing your friends and family with your creations! Instructor: Young Rembrandts staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

Chess with all The King's Men
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

 

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

LOGAN

STEM & Play: Basketball
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 3rd. Have you ever associated STEM with sports? This unique program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction, while cultivating life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates players on several subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology, and much more! Players also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. By the end of the program, any questions about how STEM and sports go together will be answered. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy staff. 6 classes.

Breakdance
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: K - 5th. Join A2Breakdance for the America's popular...Breakdance! Students build self-confidence, listening skill and self-awareness. They express themselves through movement in a safe, fun, disciplined and friendly environment. Students also learn about hip hop culture and what it means to be a Bboy or Bgirl. Instructors: A2Breakdance staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

Journaling & Art Adventure
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: K - 3rd. Experience the perfect combination of composing and creating. Spend the beginning of each class journaling followed by special art projects. Work with mixed media art, finger-paints, watercolor, and seasonal art to allow for a wide variety of artistic expression. The final class will offer a surprise art project that is sure to bring joy to all students. Take advantage of this opportunity to reflect on your thoughts and feelings, explore your creativity, and make new friends in this one-of-a-kind after school art adventure. Instructor: Namrata Khemka. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

Chess with All the King's Men
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

Spanish
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

MITCHELL

NEW! Cartoon Drawing:
Flowers, Animals & Anime!
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: K - 5th. Let your imagination (and your pencil) run wild in this spring-themed cartoon classroom. Be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. Learn about story-boarding and motion to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas illustrated in our flower characters lesson. We'll have a roaring good time drawing cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. Nothing is more fun than learning about cartoon design, and impressing your friends and family with your creations! Instructor: Young Rembrandts staff. 6 classes.

STEM & Play: Basketball
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

 

Grades: K - 3rd. Have you ever associated STEM with sports? This unique program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction, while cultivating life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates players on several subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology, and much more! Players also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. By the end of the program, any questions about how STEM and sports go together will be answered. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

PATTENGILL

Indian Tabla Drumming - Beginning
Mondays
4:10PM - 5:00PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Ages: 8 & Up. Take a journey of self-discovery and self-realization through tabla drumming. A tabla, which is a pair of twin hand drums that resemble bongos, has been the principal percussion instrument in Hindustani music since the 18th century, and can be played solo, with other instruments, or as part of a larger ensemble. Though tabla drums are played while sitting on the floor, there is a tremendous range of expression possible. During this class, the instructor will cover the following: technique exercises, care for the instrument, Indian rhythm theory, beginning tabla compositions, basics of accompaniment, and much more. Don't miss this fun and unique opportunity to find the beat of your own drums! All experience levels are welcome, and if you don't have your own tabla, you can borrow from the instructor. Instructor: John Churchville, a Grammy award-winning tabla player with over 20 years of experience. 6 classes. Beginning: Students will learn proper technique, basic compositions, and care for your tabla.

Multi-Sport Sampler
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: 3rd - 5th. Have a ball (pun intended) with multi-sport classes designed to allow young athletes to sample various sports each week. Through a combination of Soccer, Flag Football, Basketball, and Ultimate Games, learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the program, walk away with general knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. Ultimate Games will include capture the flag, kickball, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee, and other high-energy games. Each week is sure to be a fun, fast-paced workout for you and your teammates! Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy staff. 6 classes.

Indian Tabla Drumming - Advanced
Mondays
5:00PM - 5:50PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Ages: 8 & Up. Take a journey of self-discovery and self-realization through tabla drumming. A tabla, which is a pair of twin hand drums that resemble bongos, has been the principal percussion instrument in Hindustani music since the 18th century, and can be played solo, with other instruments, or as part of a larger ensemble. Though tabla drums are played while sitting on the floor, there is a tremendous range of expression possible. During this class, the instructor will cover the following: technique exercises, care for the instrument, Indian rhythm theory, beginning tabla compositions, basics of accompaniment, and much more. Don't miss this fun and unique opportunity to find the beat of your own drums! All experience levels are welcome, and if you don't have your own tabla, you can borrow from the instructor. Instructor: John Churchville, a Grammy award-winning tabla player with over 20 years of experience. 6 classes. Advanced: Students will learn the standard theme and variation compositions, accompaniment, and playing tabla in various styles of music.

Chess with All the King's Men
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: 3rd - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: 3rd - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

Fencing
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: 3rd - 5th. Fencing is a physically and mentally demanding sport that improves speed, agility, and reflexes. Join us after school to learn how to apply problem solving skills under pressure and to show respect, regardless of the result. Use your mind and body to overcome your adversary. Equipment is included. Dress in sports clothing including sneakers and sports pants. Instructor: Coach Mitchell Gatrell. 6 classes.

PITTSFIELD

NEW! Watercolor Landscape Painting
Mondays
4:00PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: 2nd - 5th. Beautiful landscapes continue to inspire artists in all different mediums. Using watercolor paint, learn how to break down and simplify a complex landscape as well as how to use reference photos for your own inspiration. Begin by learning basic watercolor techniques and then apply those techniques to create masterpieces to proudly display on your wall at home. All supplies are provided. Please wear clothes that you don’t mind getting messy. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 materials fee. Instructor: Lindsy Avenall. 6 classes.

NEW! Raptors, Fossils, Fins & Fangs
Thursdays
4:00PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: K - 5th. Paleontology and art come together in this unique learning experience. Using the book Raptors, Fossils, Fins & Fangs: A Prehistoric Creature Feature (by Bradford Matsen and Ray Troll) for inspiration, design your own fossils, dinosaurs and other interesting prehistoric animals such as aquatic creatures and saber toothed tigers. Explore different watercolor techniques, create forms with paper and detailed line drawings, and much more! All supplies are provided. Please wear clothes that you don’t mind getting messy. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 materials fee. Instructor: Lindsy Avenall. 6 classes.

NEW! World Dance Sampler
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: 1st - 3rd. Dancers will learn lively dances from Europe, Asia, Central and South America, as well as from the American South in this spirited class. You will learn safe and creative ways to warm up, and fun ways of working with duet partners, small groups and large circle dances. Bachata, Texas Two-Step, Cotton-eyed Joe, Hula, and the Tarantella are some of the styles you will learn. A wide range of music, dance games, and exciting props enrich our dance learning. Have fun and stretch your imagination with dance friends. No special shoes are required, but socks that can be removed are a help. Ms. Sears, is a polished educator with a professional dance and somatics career, a former dance professor, and adjudicator for the MYAF. 6 Classes.

Spanish
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

THURSTON

Chess with All the King's Men
Tuesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/16/24 - 5/28/24

Grades: K - 5th. Students will learn chess history, chess etiquette, the playing board, its chessmen, how the pieces move, value of the pieces, common opening moves, middle and endgame strategies, tactics, and how to checkmate their opponent. Intermediate and Advanced players will learn more advanced tactics and strategies. Students will have access to a training program (Chess School) where instructors can view and track their work to help them improve their game and have fun. Instructors: All the King’s Men staff. 6 classes. No class 5/7.

Watercolor Basics
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: K - 5th. Grasp the fundamentals of watercolor art, from basics to specific techniques. Start by building your comfort with materials and boosting your confidence. Practice becomes enjoyable as we create fun pieces. In this course, you'll learn watercolor basics, including techniques like wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry, mark-making, and puddles. You'll also explore watercolor floral patterns, create feather paintings, make sparkling flowers, delve into process art, and master blending while creating popsicle art. Instructor: Namrata Khemka. 6 classes.

Nature Navigators
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 6/5/24

Grades: 2nd - 5th. Join Mr. Tucker on an amazing weekly adventure exploring your school's nature center, the pond, and the surrounding woods. Discover new things and develop a deeper understanding of the plants and animals that live all around us. Most of the classes will take place outdoors, so please dress for the weather and for going off-trail. Each week, students will meet in the Multipurpose room, and Mr. Tucker will then lead them outdoors. During inclement weather, class will be held inside. Instructor: Michael Tucker. 7 classes. No class 5/15.

Spanish
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/12/24 - 5/31/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes. No class 5/3 and 5/10.

NEW! World Dance Sampler
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:00PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: 1st - 3rd. Dancers will learn lively dances from Europe, Asia, Central and South America, as well as from the American South in this spirited class. You will learn safe and creative ways to warm up, and fun ways of working with duet partners, small groups and large circle dances. Bachata, Texas Two-Step, Cotton-eyed Joe, Hula, and the Tarantella are some of the styles you will learn. A wide range of music, dance games, and exciting props enrich our dance learning. Have fun and stretch your imagination with dance friends. No special shoes are required, but socks that can be removed are a help. Ms. Sears, is a polished educator with a professional dance and somatics career, a former dance professor, and adjudicator for the MYAF. 6 Classes.

WINES

Chinese
Mondays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/15/24 - 5/20/24

Grades: Y5 - 5th. Join us for an awesome Chinese language and culture learning adventure! You will learn the Chinese language and culture through festivals, games, songs, videos, crafts, role-plays, and flash cards. You learn about pinyin and tones, numbers and colors, greetings, and ordering food from Chinese restaurants. Continuing students will further develop their language and communication skills with new materials. Instructor: Alice Chang. 6 classes.

NEW! Animal ARTventures
Fridays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/19/24 - 5/24/24

Grades: 1st - 5th. Let your imagination run wild with colors and ideas! In this afterschool art class, work with the Doodles Academy team to explore how science and art beautifully intertwine. Embark on a journey of scientific and artistic discovery, starting with field sketches to master the art of observation, just like a scientist. Study an animal's habits and habitat, and use these insights to make some incredible drawings of your animal. Finally, transform your drawings into stunning watercolor masterpieces. Join us on this thrilling adventure to explore the wonders of the natural world and the exciting overlap between art and science! Instructor: Doodles Academy staff. 6 classes.

Chess with G-Powers
Wednesdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/17/24 - 5/29/24

Grades: K - 5th. Beginning/Intermediate. Students with no or some experience in chess are welcome to join. They learn basic opening and ending strategies and further learn how to use forks and pins. Instructors: G-Powers staff. 6 classes. No class 5/15.

Spanish
Thursdays
3:48PM - 5:30PM
4/18/24 - 5/23/24

Grades: Y5 - 4th. Beginning and Intermediate Levels. New and returning students are welcome! Join us to learn Spanish the FUN way through conversation, games, songs, and stories. This session will include greetings, colors, parts of the body, and an exciting immersion in the Andes mountains to learn all about llamas and their camelid friends; where they live, what they look like, and what they like to eat. In addition, enjoy writing, coloring, and creating your own llama craft project to take home. All class materials are included in the fee. Scholarship recipients pay a $25 material fee. Students bring their own snacks and water. Instructor: Language Adventure staff. 6 classes.

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