Jr. Crafters Club (ages 8-11) With Mother's Day, Father's Day, and Graduations right around the corner we are inspired to do some personalized gift crafting!
StoryBook Theatre (ages 5-8) Tuesdays, 11:00-11:55pm, March 26-May 21 Students will explore character traits and acting though children books, games, and music.
Mall Missions (Ages 7-10) Each week students will work as a team to unlock clues hidden throughout the mall. They will have to rely on their logical, creative, language and mathematical skills to complete the mission before the time runs out. With the thrill of an escape room, Mall Missions will help prevent summer sliding and summer boredom. A teacher supervises students on all missions.
Asian Shadow Puppetry (ages 9-13) The art of shadow puppetry goes back thousands of years to Ancient China. Students will explore the different techniques used in Asia to tell stories and entertain. Each student will create their own puppets to tell an original story or retell a story that they love. Students must have proficient scissor cutting and safety skills for this class.
The Yearbook Club Club members will curate and document all the amazing experiences we have had in our 2018-2019 school year with Fusion Enrichment. The members will learn how to layout, crop, and edit. The yearbook will be available for sale to anyone who has taken a Fusion Enrichment class this year but a copy is included in the club fees for yearbook staff members. This club will meet bi-weekly.
Mother/Daughter Club (ages 9-14) As our daughters grow older we often feel like they are slipping through our fingers. So often they are involved in their own activities and interests while we sit on the sidelines. This club is a chance for moms and tweens to bond over good books, poetry, art and games. Each week we will have a different theme. Each session we will tackle a book from the Mother/Daughter book club series and the classic that goes with it. https://www.amazon.com/Mother-Daughter-Book-Club/dp/B016IF0XZW Instructor: Ms. Jamie
Improv-able Adventures (ages 7-13) Every class is an adventure! You never know where your imagination will take you using improvised scenes, games, and exercises!
Open Study Hall (ALL AGES) Students can bring their school work to an assisted study hall. Parents can drop off and know your child is working on school assignments. Small groups. Limited spots.
Awesome Anatomy(Ages 5-8) Let’s explore our awesome bodies together! We will cover cells to systems in this class. It will also include hands on activity labs. Instructor: Ms Jody
Science Mysteries The seed of every scientific discovery is a mystery. Some curious person asks a probbing question. Each week in this science lab class we will preform experiments to find answers to what makes the world work. These group lesson will not only involve hands on science but also develop cooperative group skills Instructor: Ms Jamie Science Mysteries B (ages 5-8) Science Mysteries C (ages 9-13)
ESCAPE THE CLASS!! (ages 8-12) Breakout of the classroom by solving riddles and problems with a team of students. Each week a new dossier of clues will be given taking the students on a journey through ancient cultures, sciences, math and language arts. Does your child have what it takes to escape the classroom? Reading skills required. Based on breakoutedu.com model. Space is limited.
Beginners Reading (ages 5-7) This class is for the beginner reader. We will be practicing word recognition, reading in a small group setting, and basic comprehension. Core word memorization will be practiced through games. Example reading material: Bob books, "Now I'm Reading!", Dr. Seuss
Character Analysis (ages 8 and up) In this project based learning class each student will develop a character and with the group to decide how their character will react in different situations. A final skit featuring the characters will be preformed during parent watch week.The skills developed during this project will be useful for future literature analysis, expanding acting skills and writing skills and for creating connections between characters and themselves. Gamemasters (ages 8-13) This class is an intro to role playing games (RPGs). Students will dive into their imaginations to create our own class RPGs. They will design a world (setting), characters (protagonists and antagonists), economy, scoring, and strategies. Using the elements of the game students will learn literacy and math concepts as well as work on collaborating skills. They will test their game and leave the class with a completed RPG project that can be used for actual gameplay and portfolios.
Doll's View of the World (ages 7-12) Project and Fashion Show Learn about a historical doll of your choice (American Girl or Our Generation). Read the books and each week add to an incredible memory board that will show the character's family tree, personality traits, and hobbies as well as the history of the time she lived in. The class will culminate in a fashion show. Girls can purchase or make their outfits for the show.
Out of the Box (ages 8-12) Time to let your inner inventor out of the box. Each week a challenge will be issued to invent or solve a problem using a box of surprise materials. These open ended challenges allow students to flex their maker skills.
US Explorers Club (ages 6-8) Join us as we explore the United States of America! Students will be learning about our country and the 50 states. We will be studying the uniqueness of each state in their geography, symbols, capitals, and much more through games, puzzles, and creating take home lapbooks!
Mythical Mapmaking (ages 8-12) Students will create an imaginary world where their fantasies can play out. As they map out the topography, politics, and vegetation of their mythical continent they will have to consider how these topics effect the populations that live there. They will create flags, holidays, religions, traditional foods, capital cities and sports to help their land take shape. All these decisions are meant to open their eyes to these elements in reality just as the fictional lands of Narnia and Middle Earth point towards patterns and lessons in our world. Students will need an artist’s sketchbook that will become an amazing end product that tells the visual story of their imaginary land. (This class serves as a geography, history, art and informational and creative writing course)
Masters of the Arts (ages 7-12) In this class we will learn about the great artists in history and their work. We will be creating a lapbook of the artists we study as well as our own artist inspired works of art! Reading Group (ages 8-10) This class is for the chapter reader. A chapter book will be assigned for home reading before class. Students will participate in group discussion of the book. Class focus will be on comprehension, reading out loud, fiction vs. non fiction, and practice with writing book reports in a small group setting. Example reading material: Magic Tree House series Instructor: Ms Jody
Around The World Explorers (ages 5-8) Join us for an around the world exploration! Students will be exploring the continents as well as individual countries. The class will include a combination of geography, art, music, stories, and much more.
Life Cycles (ages 5-8) Students will get to explore the life cycles of a praying mantis, a frog, and plants through observation, hands on activities, discussions, art, and more.