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Enrichment Classes After School

Fall Session: August 10, 2020-December 18, 2020

Spring Session: January 4, 2021-May 28, 2021

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3:30pm-4:30 Mondays or Tuesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students receive an introduction to the Spanish language through music, storytelling, crafts, and fun activities. Students learn basic vocabulary, the alphabet, and simple greetings and phrases.

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4:30pm-5:30pm Mondays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

This class makes cooking fun and unforgettable! Young chefs explore the world of cooking and baking while creating delicious, sweet, and healthy treats. Students learn the fundamentals of cooking, baking, and nutrition while they enjoy making popular recipes and snacks.

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4:30pm-5:30pm Tuesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students learn the importance of physical activity and healthy nutrition. One hour of fun with walking, running, hopping, jumping, leaping, galloping, sliding, skipping, dodging, landing, turning, and side-stepping. Students will start to become aware of their own personal space and learn to respect that of others. Food nutrition will also be incorporated as we learn to make healthy snacks!

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3:30pm-4:30pm Wednesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students learn the importance of physical activity and healthy nutrition. One hour of fun with throwing, catching, kicking, dribbling, running, stretching, and exploring different games and sports! Food nutrition will also be incorporated as we learn to make healthy snacks!

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4:30pm-5:30pm Wednesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Your students are invited to join Arlie the Armadillo as they learn basic map skills with a Texas twist! The course’s primary goals will be discovering continents, countries, states, street maps, cardinal and ordinal directions, map and globe keys, the equator, and the prime meridian. Then, as a fun, educational bonus, the students will construct a large Texas map and explore the state’s landforms, animals, and plants!

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4:30pm-5:30pm Fridays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students in this hands-on and fun science class explore states of matter, create mixtures and solutions, and are introduced to multiple forms of energy and different landforms. Science tools are used to investigate weather and the water cycle. Students also delve into the living world of food chains, photosynthesis, and life cycles.

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9:00am-10:00am Wednesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students learn basic life skills such as how to sew on a button, hammer a nail, and even how to build a birdhouse!

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11:00am-12:00pm Tuesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

This interactive math class helps students work on multiple ways to solve word problems and learn multiplication facts. Students also learn how to compare and order whole numbers and decimals up to 1,000,000,000. They will also work with fractions using pictorial models as well as real world examples. Hands-on activities will help the students differentiate between different 3-dimensional shapes and find the area and perimeter of polygons.

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9:00am-10:00am Wednesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

This class makes reading come to life for your student! It incorporates a variety of reading genres (i.e.: historical fiction, realistic fiction, biography, informational, and traditional literature). Reading practice, comprehension, and Reader’s Theater activities provide necessary academic skills in a fun, engaging environment!

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11:00am-12:00pm Wednesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Get ready for a Lone Star State-sized adventure! Students travel through time to learn about the beginnings of the great state of Texas. They dive into the state symbols and learn about the history of our great state. Students learn all about cattle drives, the battles of the Texas Revolution, and how Texas became a part of the United States. Students also learn why the phrase Six Flags Over Texas means so much more than just an amusement park.

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9:00am-10:00am Thursdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students work on penmanship, cursive, and typing while learning to write stories as well as essays. Handwriting and Typing without Tears curriculum are used for this class.

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10:00am-11:00am Wednesdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students learn basic life skills such as how to sew on a button, hammer a nail, and even how to build a birdhouse.

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10:00am-11:00am Thursdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students receive an introduction to the Spanish language through music, storytelling, crafts, and fun activities. Students learn basic vocabulary, the alphabet, simple greetings and phrases, and begin to construct sentences.

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11:00am-12:00pm Thursdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

This interactive, hands-on geography class is designed to make the world come alive for 3rd-5th-grade students. Maps of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres and the seven continents are created and studied. Students are introduced to the concept of latitude and longitude and apply this knowledge by making maps.

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11:00am-12:00pm Mondays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

This interactive math class helps students work on multiple ways to solve two and three-digit multiplication problems with whole numbers and decimals. Students also learn how to divide whole numbers and decimals and turn quotients into fractions. Manipulatives are utilized to turn improper fractions into mixed numbers and vice versa. Students also explore financial literacy by creating a budget, work on measuring volume and area, and plot coordinates on a grid.

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10:00am-11:00am Mondays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students get their hands dirty as they explore landforms, cycles, and changes to this huge rock we live on called Earth. They perform experiments to identify physical properties of matter and design their own experiments to test force. Life on this rock will be examined as well, as students look at ecosystems and how they have changed over time.

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11:00am-12:00pm Mondays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Hands-on investigations in the field and the lab are the focus of these lessons, as students experiment with force and motion, properties of rocks and minerals, and the advantages and disadvantages of alternative energy resources. Students discover the different layers of the Earth and discuss how geological events have shaped our planet. Students explore how cells are the composition of organisms, as well as the biotic and abiotic factors in an ecosystem.

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10:00am-11:00am Mondays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Students have fun learning math through different activities to identify percentages, ratios, and relationships between sets of numbers. Students generate equivalent fractions from decimals, solve real-world problems with integers, and find the area of different polygons. Students get creative with coordinate grids as they generate pictures out of the grid.

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2:00pm-3:00pm Thursdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Let’s get wild with pre-algebra! Students complete puzzle activities to learn different concepts and skills. Students solve real-world problems involving the slope-intercept formula, ratios, rates, and percentages. Students create graphs and tables to represent linear equations and develop a love for mathematical concepts.

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11:00am-12:00pm Thursdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

As global citizens, students learn to communicate in Spanish in the areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as understanding the culture and history behind the language.

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1:00pm-2:00pm Thursdays (4 min; 8 max) $225 fall session/$250 spring session

Prerequisite: Spanish I

Students grow in their ability to speak, write, read, and understand Spanish. Students study vocabulary, grammar, and culture while continuing to work on these skills.

"Not only are they excellent academically, but they also create a positive atmosphere conducive to building self-esteem."

- Grandparent

"Exceptional learning environment! The limited class size allows one on one teaching as needed."

-Parent

"I love that I can homeschool but still have a place that my daughter can go to play and learn with her friends."

-Parent