American Girl Doll Club: Chat, Craft and Share!
In this weekly social club, participants craft, chat, share, pretend and play with their American Girl Dolls (or any doll). Each club meeting has a different crafting theme to keep club exciting and fresh every week!
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Completed by 221 learners
Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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WELCOME to the club! This American Girl doll club is very popular and it's all because of my learners. Thank you! Please note that learners can bring any doll they wish. The slides used in class will feature American Girls Dolls but learners can bring LOL, Our Generation, important stuffies, Pillow Pals, Disney, Baby Alive, Barbie, Reborn or other! This is a truly inclusive class. Each week will start with introducing our dolls to the club, showing something we've made in the week, or...
Learners will practice public speaking, listening to other students and responding and turn taking skills during this class. They will also get creative and make things for their dolls through the art medium of their pick.
I am an experienced STEM teacher. I am have taught children and adults of all ages. I grew up loving American Girl dolls and love to share this enjoyment with kids of all ages. I am also a homeschool mom of three with lots of creativity to share!
Homework is not assigned. Many learners enjoy crafting for their dolls throughout the week.
Learners should bring their doll to class with them as well as any crafting supplies they want to create with. Here are some craft supply ideas: tape, glue, string, paper, scissors, clay, felt, pipe cleaners, cardboard (cereal box cardboard works wonderfully), buttons, beads, stickers, popsicle sticks, paint, markers etc.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
If students are using scissors or hot glue guns, please monitor. As I am not physically in the room with them it is important to me that they don't injure themselves while crafting!
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615 total reviews
457 completed classes
Hello! My name is Steph and I am so happy to be an educator here on Outschool. I have experience teaching learners of all ages - preschool all the way up through graduate school in a university setting! My educational background includes...