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MIDDLE 

SCHOOL

PRE-SCHOOL 3-5 years old

LOWER ELEMENTARY K-3rd grade

We believe that young children best absorb knowledge through tactile learning and fun. At this age, students are encouraged to ask questions and actively seek solutions through exploration, group activities, and play! Young Learning Center learners will develop cognitive reasoning skills, creativity, and a life-long love for learning!

EARLY-YEARS

EDUCATION

Playing Pre-School

Tuesdays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm (Day A)

Thursdays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm (Day B)

For homeschoolers and non-homeschoolers alike, our new preschool offerings have been designed to change the way you think about early childhood education. Together we will embark on an educational, developmentally-appropriate, and play-based year of learning. Our Playing Preschool Curriculum is broken into 19 engaging and thematic units that develop skills of reading comprehension, pattern recognition, recall and retell, sorting, measuring, number sense, alphabet knowledge, fine and gross motor skills, and more! 

Instructor: Michelle Shoop

Art with the Masters

Tuesdays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

This lower-elementary course introduces students to famous artists from different historic time periods. We will inspire a love for art through hands-on activities that explore the styles and techniques used by famous Masters. Expose your child to a variety of art materials and media, encourage experimentation and creativity, learn by doing, and acquire the skills, concepts, principles, and techniques needed to create original works of art! 

Instructor: Patricia Storey

Science Sleuths

Tuesdays, 12:45 pm - 3:15 pm

Science Sleuths is an introductory course in which lower-elementary-aged children learn scientific concepts through being curious and asking questions about the natural world, making observations and sharing ideas.  Skills are learned through hands-on activities, simple experiments and inquiry-driven explorations. Concepts include the scientific method; sun/moon/stars; plants, mammals and insects (characteristics, life cycle, adaptations), and rudimentary engineering. In all our studies of the natural world and its processes, we wil be drawn to the praise of our Creator whose creation bears witness to Him! 

Instructor: Betsy Ferrer