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Concentration on schoolwork is hard to come by during the holidays! Why not harness that excitement and bring the two together? A little school meets Christmas. In this class we will do just that. In this class kids don't have to sit still or stay quiet. They will be too busy to be bored or distracted. ***Please note that this class is priced per week, which means that you pay $8 for the full week of classes. Each week has 3 separate classes, each with a different theme. During each...
Handouts needed will be made available prior to each class. For many of the challenges students will have the ability to chose their construction materials. Session specific materials are as follows: Nov. 30, 2020: Construction paper and drawing materials. Dec. 2, 2020: Students may use what they chose. Items such as popsicle sticks and pipe-cleaners are helpful for this challenge. Dec. 4, 2020:Students may use what they chose for this challenge. Items such as construction paper, cardboard and tape are often useful. Dec. 7, 2020:Toothpicks and gumdrops are needed. Dec. 8, 2020: Students may use what they choose. Shoeboxes are often helpful. Dec. 9, 2020: A bell of some type is needed. Dec. 11, 2020: Popsicle sticks and playdough or clay are often popular. Dec. 14, 2020: Coffee filters and string of some type are helpful for this challenge. Dec. 18, 2020: 3 different types of cookies (chosen by student), milk Dec. 21, 2020:Construction paper is helpful for this challenge. Dec. 23, 2020: Styrofoam, cardboard, aluminum foil and plastic wrap are popular choices for this challenge.
2 hours 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Danielle KleinCertified Teacher
22 total reviews
20 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Klein. I have over 15 years of teaching and tutoring students of all ages from grades K-12. My background includes teaching in a traditional brick and mortar school, as well virtually. During my time as a teacher I worked...