Spring 2018 Schedule
Eagle Enrichment: Spring 2018
The Eagle Enrichment program at New Albany Schools is an enrichment program for all kids in grades 1-5 that provides students with the opportunity to explore and broaden their interests in art, literature, mathematics, music, wellness and science through short-term classes. The program occurs during the fall, winter and spring seasons of the school year.
The deadline to register for all Spring 2018 Eagle Enrichment programs is Friday, April 6th!
Register Here for Eagle Enrichment Programs
Cultured Kids Club
Our classes provide elementary school students the early advantage of learning to read, write and converse in Spanish! Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve taken classes with us before, Cultured Kids Club’s mission is to get you talking! With our interactive and progressing curriculum, small class sizes and our excellent team of native speaking teachers, your child will be on the fast track to learning Spanish naturally in a fun and engaging environment.
During the 2017-2018 school year Cultured Kids Club will cover all new conversation topics, for continued language advancement. We repeat conversation topics after three years! Right from the beginning students learn to ask and answer everyday questions! In addition to our classroom learning, all students will receive secure access to our online resources, using fun games to reinforcement weekly lessons. All classroom materials provided!
Bright Yogis offers yoga to children after school. We are a unique program empowering & inspiring young minds & bodies. Yoga benefits children through increased * flexibility * coordination * focus * self-esteem * mindfulness * stress management. "See us" at www.facebook.com/BrightYogis/
Young Chefs Academy
Join Young Chefs Academy as we makes foods that are perfect for the Summer time! It may be hot outside but it's cool in our kitchen. We'll make Snacks, lunches and desserts that are perfect for hot Summer days and nights.
At Tennis Junior we focus on creating a love for tennis and sports through fun, interactive drills and games. Participants will learn tennis fundamentals such as dynamic balance, hand-eye coordination, footwork, basic strokes and grips. These skills will promote tennis ability and are designed to help with other youth sports. Rackets are provided, along with age appropriate balls and equipment approved by the USTA for 10 & Under Tennis. This class will build confidence, encourage teamwork and effort while learning tennis essentials in a positive environment.
Let’s finish the school year strong by developing a love for Math through games! And you know the best way to learn is by playing! In this class students will learn strategies to help build and strengthen elementary math concepts. Students will work with numbers, shapes, patterns, size and more by playing games and working on Hungry Teacher Lessons written by STEM-U. Check out Hungry teacher lessons at www.hungryteacher.com.
Math is Everywhere
Let’s focus on the application of Math to see how Math is everywhere. In this camp students will learn how to apply math to real world problems or imaginary ones. Example Problem in Class: It’s ALIVE!!! It’s ALIVE!!! It’s ALIVE!!!! If you build it, they will learn. Students will replace Dr. Frankenstein and use centimeter measurement, number sense, and proportional reasoning to build their own creature. For this lesson visit - http://hungryteacher.com/essential_grid/the-frankenstein-project-metric-version/. Other lessons from class will be based on our Hungry teacher lesson available at www.hungryteacher.com. All lessons are organized as easy, medium and hard allowing all levels of students participate. Each class will review some of the fundamental concepts required to solve the problems. Don’t be intimidated by the class. Kids have a lot of fun discussing and doing math like never before!!
Join us for learning, playing and enjoying the wonderful game of chess! Many activities are planned; including lectures, tournament condition games, best move game(s), problem solving, team games, and simultaneous games with the instructor, bughouse and more. Participants should have a basic knowledge of chess before enrolling in this course.
Engineering for Kids
Junior Electrical Engineering (grades 1-3)
Have you ever dreamed about seeing your name in lights? During this class, students will explore the basic concepts of Electrical Engineering, including magnets, through fun and interactive lessons. They will even create their very own marquee!.
Apprentice Electrical Engineering (grades 4-5)
During our Electrical Engineering program, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine basic electronics and circuits. Students experiment with Snap Circuits® to discover the capabilities of major electronic components. In addition, students build their own flashlights and explore the world of magnetic energy by building their own Magnetic Levitation vehicle.
The Penmanship Lab
Grades 1-3 Lab: Handwriting Camp led by occupational therapist focuses on the building blocks for developmental progression of handwriting skills. The fun-filled labs offer developmentally appropriate, multi-sensory activities, games, arts and crafts, and gross motor activities. First session will include an "informal assessment" to determine current skills. Creativity and skilled instruction are used to engage your child as they work on neatness, proper letter formation, improved pencil grip, spacing, and sizing for printing writing. This is the perfect camp to boost your child’s confidence and equip them with the tools needed for handwriting success!
Grades 4-5 Lab: Handwriting Camp led by occupational therapist focuses on the building blocks for developmental progression of handwriting skills. The fun-filled labs offer developmentally appropriate, multi-sensory activities, games, arts and crafts, and gross motor activities. First session will include an "informal assessment" to determine current skills. Creativity and skilled instruction are used to engage your child as they work on neatness, proper letter formation, improved pencil grip, spacing, and sizing for cursive writing. This is the perfect camp to boost your child’s confidence and equip them with the tools needed for handwriting success!
Little Medical School: All About The Brain
Little Medical School® brings medicine, science, and the importance of health to children in an entertaining, exciting, and fun way. Students will learn how to respond when first aid is needed and be able to identify items needed in a first aid kit. They will explore how the body works and the brain thinks. Students will be able to explain why the spine is important, and why mucus and boogers are important. Students will understand what gas is and why we burp and belch. Students will also make their own first aid kit; make a model of the brain, and their own spine model.