Students make their own roses out of pencils and coffee filters! This fun activity allowed students to express creativity while learning about the growing popularity of recycled art. This activity also covered information about various flowers that can be seen in our community.
Students make pink pumpkins as they learn about October's theme: breast cancer awareness! This activity commemorates all who have been affected by breast cancer as students learn how to mix colors.
Objectives: To use fine motor skills to spread, roll, toss, and peel to make a recipe. To learn about the origins of pizza. To understand what yeast is and the role it plays in food. To use basic math skills to follow a recipe and measure ingredients.
Students watch Assistant Site Director, Michael Daniels, as he shows students the next steps in the group dance sequence. It's so much fun to see the excitement on a students face when all their hard work pays off and they can perform the dance on their own from memory! This club is a fun way [...]
Objectives: Learn about Christopher Columbus and his impact in America. Measure and cut supplies for the boat. Follow directions and engage in teamwork to build the boat properly. Make scientific observations about the boats performance.
Students in the community club make handmade cards and goodie baskets for the fire department that visited Kingswood Elementary.
Students always vote painting rocks in their top favorite arts & crafts activities. To encourage language development and artistic skills, we learned new words and had the students add these vocabulary words to their rocks! By talking about definitions and spelling words out in a fun way, students are more likely to remember their fun, [...]
Students learn about rhythms and practice making their own in a "telephone" game.
Students work diligently to finish up their Lego challenge set for the day.
Students listened to The Shape of Me & Other Stuff by Dr. Suess before cutting their own unique shapes to later be used collaboratively on a large wall mural/bulletin board. Students could not use stencils or drawing utensils to create their shapes, only scissors. Everyone’s shape is unique, different, and equal!