2021-2022 MONDAY CLASSES

The following classes are on Mondays. Check them out below.

 

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Ages 4-6 PE (9:30-11a)

Nicole Kocsis

Ready-Steady-Go!! 


This is an entry level PE class designed to teach students through play. All the basic movement concepts and fitness skills, but in a fun, silly and playful setting.  The ninety minutes of class time is well organized and structured to keep the student’s attention, provide on-task recovery-time and allow for a high level of athletic success.
 

The topics that will be covered in this class are:

  1. Locomotor Skills (walk, run, skip, hop, side-step, grapevine)

  2. Underhand and overhand tossing

  3. Catching

  4. Jump rope

  5. Spatial Awareness

  6. Muscular Strange and Endurance

  7. Cardiovascular Endurance

  8. The President’s Fitness Challenge

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Ages 4-6 Arts & Crafts (11am-12:30p)

Chris Gibson

Including art as an important part of your child’s daily routine can have an enormous impact on your child’s growth. Not only will it prepare your child for academic success in school, but it will foster early emotional development and offer your child the opportunity to express themselves creatively. In this class we will have fun exploring your child’s creative side through art projects and hands on crafts they and you will cherish forever.

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Ages 4-6 Hands-on Science (1-2:30pm)

Chris Gibson

If you have ever wondered why bread is full of holes, what your DNA looks like or how to make a rainbow, then this is the class for you!  Through the fun of hands-on experiments, we will explore everything from how plants grow, shadow puppets, water- power, static electricity, slime and so much more!

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Ages 4-6 Life Skills (2:30-4pm)

Taylor Smith

Students will learn a wide variety of life skills from healthy eating and understanding big feelings to conflict resolution and sorting laundry. While these skills often come second nature to adults, it is important to understand that these skills need to be taught to young children. 

 

Unit 1

Healthy Living

  • Body Awareness: Caring for your body, personal hygiene, importance of sleep, body safety, etc. Positive ways students can think and feel about themselves and how special they are because God created them unique.

  • Nutrition: Fueling your body so you are healthy & strong. Eating healthy foods helps our bodies and minds and keeps us from getting sick.

  • Exercise: Breathing, relaxing, using our energy & strength, etc. 

 

Unit 2

Managing Yourself: Students will learn to manage their own resources: time, energy, possessions, money, technology use, mindfulness, thoughts & feelings. 

 

Unit 3

Relationships with Others: 

“So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them...” (Matthew 7:12)

 

Students will learn and practice respect, empathy, friendliness, kindness, honesty, cooperation, conflict resolution, as well as other positive ways of dealing with others.

 

Unit 4

Real World Skills: housekeeping chores, infant knowledge, gardening, sewing. This is a great age to train our children to start to take care of themselves and help around the house.

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Ages 4+ Drama (2:30-4pm)

Brandi Woodlee & Beverly E

The purpose of Drama For Jesus is to use the gifts and talents God has given us to be a witness for Him. This class will always strive to put forth the Word of God in a fun and entertaining way that a non Christian can understand and a Christian will enjoy. My goal for this class is not only for the students to learn the Word of God in a way that will stick with them for years to come but also that we will be able to share the Word of God with people who don't hear it very often. There are many people who will not go to a church service, but will watch a bunch of cute kids doing a musical drama.


This year we will be performing a play called Miracle on Main Street. It’s about a group of kids who want to do a manger scene in the town square for Christmas, but the Mayor won’t let them. They go caroling to the neighbors and asking them to talk to the Mayor. In the end the Mayor lets them do it and gets saved! There will be a lot of fun singing and choreography while we share the Gospel!

Kids in Preschool

Ages 7-10 Etiquette (9:30-11am) Semester 1

Chris Gibson

Etiquette is so much more than appropriate dining behavior, and it is of utmost importance for children to learn this at a young age. This course will cover a variety of etiquette topics and life skills that your student can immediately apply at home and in public while learning in a fun environment! Your child will be able to learn valuable social, dining, and communication lessons through various hands-on activities.

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Ages 7-10 Finances (9:30-11am) Semester 2

Chris Gibson

Students will learn the values of hard work and integrity through a fun adventure of getting to know all about finance.  They will discover the joy of giving, the importance of saving, and the dangers of debt.  Through stories, worksheets, and hands-on activities your student won't even know they are learning life skills that they will use forever.

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Ages 7-10 Art (11am-12:30pm)

LeAnne Kaplan

I'll be teaching on color, some minor composition, building a painting, envisioning a piece, working with acrylics, & small collages We will be spending time tapping into each child's creativity — the way they like to create, the way they were made to create. I will have a list of supplies that goes out. Also, if any child is advanced in their artistic skill, they can move to the intermediate class if they would rather, just need to see me directly to discuss.

 

Thank You! 10 person max accepted at this time.

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Ages 7-10 PE (1-2:30pm)

Nicole Kocsis

Ready-Set-Go!!


This is a middle level PE class designed to build upon the basic movement concepts and fitness skills. The ninety minutes of class time is well organized and structured to keep the student’s attention, provide on-task recovery-time and allow for a high level of athletic success. Activities such as a warm-up routine, practice drills, games, structured rest and recovery time and experimental activities are utilized during the ninety minutes session to keep students on-task and motivated. The class also introduces games such as volleyball, corn hole, ladder ball, basketball, soccer, frisbee and football.

Topics that will be covered in this class are:

  1. Locomotor Skills (run, skip, hop, side-step, grapevine)

  2. Underhand and over hand tossing

  3. Catching

  4. Jump rope

  5. Spatial Awareness

  6. Muscular Strange and Endurance

  7. Cardiovascular Endurance

  8. The President’s Fitness Challenge

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Ages 11+ Art (9:30-11am)

LeAnne Kaplan

I'll be teaching on color, composition, meanings of numbers and some symbolism, envisioning and building a piece. 
We will be working with acrylics, collages & mosaics.

 

We will focus on building our confidence and 
tapping into each child's creativity and their own artistic language.
 I will
 be there to give them some tools to learn and to expand on their gifts. I will have a list of supplies that goes out. Also, if any student in this age frame would rather be in the beginners class (maybe to work on their focus or skills) you can just see me directly to discuss.


 

Thank You! 10 person max accepted at this time.

Kids Running

Ages 11+ PE (11am-12:30pm)

Nicole Kocsis

This is a high-level and fast-paced PE Class designed to build upon the student’s fitness ability and knowledge. Each class will incorporate three concepts: personal fitness, competitive games, and exercise science. Personal fitness will be taught through a variety of methods that focus on speed, agility, balance, coordination, strength, and endurance. Competitive games such as ultimate frisbee, soccer and football are great tools to engage in competition and sportsmanship. Exercise science will also be incorporated so the student-athlete will gain an understanding behind the role that human anatomy and physiology play in our fitness and health.

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Ages 11+ Dance (1-2:30pm)

Amber Mclaughlin

Is Dance an Art form? Is Dance Worship or Prayer? OR... Is Dance a SUPERPOWER?

 

Come and activate your SuperPower through Dance in Contemporary/Jazz/Hip-Hop as you learn your powerful
identity in Christ and superpower of Dance. Your teacher, Mrs. Amber Mclaughlin has performed on the most prestigious stages all across the world, she was a Radio City Rockette in NYC, filmed in national commercials in Hollywood as well as directed, choreographed and taught for many Mega churches and ministries across the country. Mrs. Amber’s passion is to build up 12-20 year olds to mighty women and men of Valor, activating powerful displays of God’s confident strength, shining through each royal kid of the King, through the superpower of Dance.