Today the students at Stowers learned about pollination! They learned all about the importance of bees within our environment! After the lesson, each of the students got to decorate a photo of a bee to be displayed at the school!
To celebrate Halloween the students at Stowers Elementary designed a Halloween themed door mural! The mural read “Happy Halloween from BSAC!” and students got to incorporate spooky bats and pumpkins they created!
By using tin foil and clay the students at Stowers Elementary and their friends were able to practice mimicking Giacometti's minimalist style. Students designed then created their own 3-dimensional models of themselves. To achieve the minimalist style the students based their designs off stick figures they drew before they began.
Students at Stowers Elementary practiced their basketball skills during outdoor time today. The students practiced shooting the ball into the hoop from different spots on the court as well as dribbling!
The BASE students at Stowers Elementary learned about artist Henry Matisse today. After the lesson students skillfully placed fruit roll-ups and frosting on cookies to create edible art inspired by Matisse. Students enjoyed making their cookies but eating them was even more fun!
Join us for a Spooktacular evening of fun! This parent's night out event will include pizza, swimming, costumes, and activities for ages 5-14. To sign up, please register through Amilia or call member services at (813)689-0908. ACTIVITIES: Costume Contest Pool Time Bobbing for Apples (with chopsticks) Mummy Wrap – A team race of mummies & [...]
Today, to begin the activity and gain a better understanding of what they were instructed to create the students learned a great deal about Pablo Picasso and his establishment of Cubism art. Cubism art was explained as a new way to see different objects. The students then used clay to model their own cubism self-portrait. [...]
Before crafting their very own colorful works of art with their friends the students learned about the famous art movement called impressionism which was prevalent in the 19th century. This included learning interesting facts about Claude Monet, the man who coined the impressionist term. The students focused on Monet's most famous and easily recognizable painting [...]
This fall, BSAC will debut a behind the scenes project that has been many years in the making. Children and families at our main campus will soon be able to enjoy a brand new playground, complete with a shade structure. The playground will be located to the left of the basketball courts and will be [...]
The BSAC After-School Experience (BASE), is bringing back its most popular after-school clubs in addition to exciting new options! After a long day, students can look forward to spending time with their friends while developing personal interests and hobbies in Culinary, Arts & Crafts, Robotics, LEGO’S (intro to Robotics), Community Service, Gardening, Odyssey of the [...]