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12-24 Months – World of One’s – Gradually Separating @ Family Learning Center
Oct 1 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

World of One’s (12-24 Months by 9/1/18) Gradually Separating 

Discover the developmental needs of a one year old and explore the world of the young toddler.  What excites and drives them? Discover what parents can do to maintain equilibrium in the household amidst the opposing drives of this age. Sibling care available.  Registration is required.

0-12 Months Welcome Baby @ Family Learning Center
Oct 1 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Welcome Baby (Birth 0-12 months by 9/1/18)  Non-Separating 

Discover the amazing capacity of your baby. Parent discussion allows time for all those questions you have about life with your incredible and ever-changing baby.

Every phase of this class is intended to promote your baby’s development and to build the bond between you and your baby.  Sibling care available.

Registration is required.

Art Academy @ Bluff Creek Elementary
Oct 1 @ 2:35 pm – 3:35 pm

Does your child love art? Painting, drawing, clay- it’s all awesome! We will experiment with many techniques, materials, and styles as we make snow globes, paint on canvas, create clay characters and more. Come ready to have an artsy good time in this highly anticipated class!

Conversational Spanish @ Clover Ridge Elementary
Oct 1 @ 2:35 pm – 3:35 pm

Spanish Level I & II
Build your child’s language foundation!
This lively introduction to the Spanish language used a dynamic, hands-on method of instruction called the Building Block Method of Learning to teach basic Spanish components using songs, games and cultural activities.  Your child will learn how to ask and answer basic questions in Spanish, speak briefly about his or her family, count to 100 and correctly pronounce all Spanish letters.  Using a conversational approach, students will also learn vocabulary related to colors, animals, body parts and clothing and will begin to make complete sentences in Spanish.

Spanish Level II & III (Carver Elementary Only)
Using a conversational approach and our dynamic hands-on instruction, students will learn vocabulary related to colors, animals, body parts, and clothing and will be begin to make complete sentences in Spanish.  Students will also be able to to say months of the year, classroom objects and discuss monthly weather patterns and relate them to a particular season.  Every week a cultural component is also covered in our exciting classes!

Spanish Level III & IV
Take Spanish to the next level!
Students really take Spanish to the next level in this exciting course which allows students to build on previous knowledge to make more complex sentence structures.  For example: Students will be able to say the months of the year, discuss monthly weather patterns and relate them to a particular season.  Additional topics will include classroom objects, birthdays, sports, transportation, the outdoors and places.  By the end of the course students will be able to translate the verb IR and appropriately use Me gusta in various sentences.  A fun instructional method along with fascinating cultural topics ensure that students will also love this class!

Fitness, Mindfulness and Yoga Fun Boot Camp with Fitness Boomers @ Clover Ridge Elementary
Oct 1 @ 2:35 pm – 3:20 pm

This fun boot-camp has a little of everything for an active healthy lifestyle!  For BOYS & GIRLS!  Have fun with various types of obstacle courses and ultimate yoga challenges and other fun challenging fitness activities and learn!  We will focus on developing a greater awareness of both body, mind wellness and breathing as we learn how to be a healthy person in mind and body.  Learn to focus and concentrate on how meditation can help lift the mind and spirit.  Increase balance, flexibility, agility, coordination, speed and motor skills.  Learn about healthy eating habits, good sportsmanship and active life style and encourage personal fitness that can stretch through adolescence and adulthood.  We’ll focus on different topics each week, ranging from Love and Kindness to how to overcome frustration and sadness.  Please bring a yoga mat if you have one!

Flag Football @ Jonathan Elementary
Oct 1 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

Grades 2-5
Get ready to dash to the end zone with our high-octane Flag Football course. Develop your basic passing, catching, defending, and teamwork skills. Safety and sportsmanship are emphasized. Each week we do basic skill-building exercises followed by action-packed games to cement those skills. Sure to energize young athletes!

21st Century Skills: Health

A Series of Unfortunate One-Acts @ La Academia
Oct 1 @ 3:55 pm – 4:55 pm

This fall, Drama Kids will offer a class unlike any other. Join in the fun and explore drama by performing in our original one-act plays. We will be telling tales of mistakes, mishaps, accidents, and ill-fated situations. Create a character in body, voice, and attitude, and be ready to laugh as they try to succeed in their hopeless dilemmas. Everyone gets a part and all experience levels welcome.

And at the end of the semester, join us on Wednesday, December 12th in the La Academia gym at 3:55pm as we present an afternoon of unfortunate one-acts!

Fitness, Mindfulness and Yoga Fun Boot Camp with Fitness Boomers @ La Academia Elementary
Oct 1 @ 3:55 pm – 4:40 pm

This fun boot-camp has a little of everything for an active healthy lifestyle!  For BOYS & GIRLS!  Have fun with various types of obstacle courses and ultimate yoga challenges and other fun challenging fitness activities and learn!  We will focus on developing a greater awareness of both body, mind wellness and breathing as we learn how to be a healthy person in mind and body.  Learn to focus and concentrate on how meditation can help lift the mind and spirit.  Increase balance, flexibility, agility, coordination, speed and motor skills.  Learn about healthy eating habits, good sportsmanship and active life style and encourage personal fitness that can stretch through adolescence and adulthood.  We’ll focus on different topics each week, ranging from Love and Kindness to how to overcome frustration and sadness.  Please bring a yoga mat if you have one!

Cross Country Running @ Chaska Middle School East
Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Energy to burn? Join the Middle School Cross Country Running Team. Improve your fitness and make new friends as you train for 1 + mile races against other schools. Learn the fundamentals of running: pacing, tempo and proper technique in a fun, encouraging environment. Check the website for meet schedule: www.ce4all.org, will be updated by August 25th. Cost includes t-shirt and transportation to away meets.  Please register according to what school you attend!

21st Century Skills: Health

12-24 Months – World of One’s – Gradually Separating @ Family Learning Center
Oct 1 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

World of One’s (12-24 Months by 9/1/18) Gradually Separating 

Discover the developmental needs of a one year old and explore the world of the young toddler.  What excites and drives them? Discover what parents can do to maintain equilibrium in the household amidst the opposing drives of this age. Sibling care available.  Registration is required.