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Life Skills

Complete Kindergarten Curriculum Class - All Core Subjects & Science Experiments

In this hour-long ongoing kindergarten class & summer camp that meets daily, teacher Mrs. Snyder will lead students through interactive, hands on learning of ELA, Math, Social Studies, and Science, including incorporation of music and art.
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Completed by 85 learners
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60 minutes
per class
5x per week
every week
4-6
year olds
4-12
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does anOngoingcourse 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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Class Experience

-Increase student knowledge in core subjects while having fun, while using methods of hands-on learning with art, music & science experiments to create the neural connection for retention.
Tresea Snyder is a mom of three who recently relocated to beautiful North Carolina. She has been working as a teacher aide for kindergarten for the last four years in central New York. Prior to being a teacher aide, she was a substitute teacher.

Mrs. Snyder loves to help kids learn. She is always up for a challenge and feels that making a personal connection with each child is an important tool for successful learning and teaching. As a mom of an autistic child, she has learned and applied many different teaching methods to her work.

Mrs. Snyder has a bachelor’s in science degree in Criminal Justice that she received from SUNY Brockport. After graduating and having multiple jobs in various fields, Mrs. Snyder started working in the school system and realized that this was her true passion.
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General daily class supplies needed: Crayons Scissors Glue sticks Pencils Supply box (optional, keeps all supplies together and easy to access) Printer (for printouts) Additional supplies for science experiments: (January 4th - February 22nd) Week of January 4th: Oobleck—Sensory activity for liquid and solids Mixing bowl Corn starch-1 ½ cup (may need more if it is runny) Water- 1 cup Food coloring spoon Week of January 11th: Building structures with candy and toothpicks 1 pack of gum drop type candy (with or without sugar). Can be holiday related if you prefer 1 pack of toothpicks (quantity depends on how big or small you want your building, at least 10). Week of January 18th: Making Sensory Bottles Empty bottle that has a lid that can be glued on. Water Clear glue Glitter, glue gun or crazy glue or gorilla glue Extras ( not necessity) googly eyes, paint or permanent markers, construction paper. Week of January 25th: Counting Clouds Construction paper Glue Sharpie Cotton balls Week of February 1st: Germs 3 small bowls Water Pepper Dish soap Week of February 8th: 5 Senses Printouts provided that week Week of February 15th: Rainbow clouds Water Shaving cream Food coloring clear container Week of February 22nd: Magnets 2 magnets Paper clips (metal) nail Coin Small plastic object Any other metal object to test out Additional supplies for science experiments past February 22nd will be added in January 2021.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
5 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please monitor and help your child with scissor usage. Science projects can be messy - please be prepared!

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Success Enrichment Group, known as S-E-G, offers unique and exceptional enrichment learning for homeschooled, public, and private-schooled children ages 5-18. Our classes are highly interactive and led by a team of professionals who know how to... 
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