Summer is a fantastic opportunity to hone skills: reading, writing & math. Students go back to school feeling confident! Sign up for 1 week or more after Maker Camp or your own summer activities.

From 3:30-4:30 Mondays thru Thursdays this Summer, we are offering you the following clubs!

 

Math Club

3:30-4:30pm

June 19-23
June 26-30
July 10-14
July 17-20
July 24-28
July 31-Aug 4
Aug 7-11
Aug 14-18

Entering 3rd-4th
$120 per week

Everyone learns best when they know the whole story. Math clubbers learn about the great mathematicians throughout history, their questions, and how math addressed them!

Then clubbers join in the great math story, trying the math themselves & even innovating their own new methods. Students hone math skills through games, hands-on activities & art.

At home students can use their own curriculum and/or compete for points & badges on Khan Academy. Celeste suggests pertinent topics on Khan each week for further exploration! They'll return to school with confidence & and new perspective on the story of math.

 

Phonics Club

3:30-4:30pm

June 19-23
June 26-30
July 10-14
July 17-20
July 24-28
July 31-Aug 4
Aug 7-11

Entering 1st-2nd
$120 per week

Brush up on reading with games, drills Phonics for Reading & even making books! These small groups are the perfect, fun confidence boost to create little book worms before school begins!

Meet Tyler Ott, Elementary Specialist.

 

Book Club

Dig a little deeper into the Middle Ages through good literature.  Read a book with your friends and talk about it! No book reports required, just reading, chatting and a fun project on the last day.

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3:30-4:30pm

June 19-23
June 26-30
July 10-14
July 17-20
July 24-28
July 31-Aug 4
Aug 7-11

Entering 5th-6th
$120 per week

Monday through Thursday we'll talk about a book. You'll know the book ahead of time and will be expected to have it read before our first meeting. We'll then begin dissecting on the first day, as well as reading aloud our favorite passages. We'll learn to discuss the book's story and meaning; as well as finding the protagonist, antagonist, climax and conclusion. 

As the book will fit in with our Maker Camp themes, so we'll also talk about how this book fits in with it's time and place in history. Of course, no need to attend camp; it's just fun for us Maker geeks to keep in character for the week.