Spring 2021 enrichment online
Spring Break Camp Architecture

SPRING BREAK

MON 4/5 - FRI 4/9

(FULL) Castles & Creatures $90 

Gr 3-6 (Gr 1-2 with parental guidance)

9am-10am PST  

Learn the fundamentals of architecture by exploring real & fictional castles.  Students will build their own Gothic castle with secret tunnels, underground chambers, dungeons, shifting walls, draw bridges and a poison garden & fantastic beasts. Each class begins with a 10-20 minute introduction designed to inspire ideas relating to the project. For the rest of the class, we will demonstrate the design and building process, and build projects together. Students will complete their projects independently outside of class time, if needed.

Required materials: Green, blue paper & plain paper, cardstock or cardboard, 2 Paper towel rolls. Optional materials list will be sent ahead of class.

Origami and Math

OrigaMath

MON | $135 

Gr K-4 | 4pm-5pm PST

6 classes: 4/12-5/17 

3D shapes are all around us. In this class, students will get to practice creating their own shapes with origami. The student will learn to recognize the shapes in their environment. We will discuss sides and vertices of our shapes. 

Required materials:  origami paper (printer paper in perfect squares is okay), pencil, scratch paper, crayons/colored pencils.

Sketch Illustration & Sculpt

Sketch & Sculpt

WED | $135

Gr K-4 | 4pm-5pm PST

6 classes: 4/14-5/19 

In this class, students learn how to sketch and sculpt their favorite characters with step-by-step instruction. The lesson will begin with basic shape recognition as we break the character down in the sketching phase. The class will then move on to coloring and basic shading techniques. After sketching, students will show their artwork before moving onto the clay sculpting. The clay class will begin with ball shapes during the preparation phase and will then move on to color and basic sculpting techniques. Required materials: Pencil, paper, eraser, favorite coloring tools, playdough or model magic clay, paints or markers, paintbrushes, cardstock to put creation on.

Beginner Rhythmic 

Gymnastics

THU | $100

Gr K-4 | 4pm-5pm PST

6 classes: 4/15-5/20

Beginner rhythmic gymnastics teaches coordination, flexibility, strength, basic acrobatics, dance and musicality, as well as skills with jump ropes, hoop, ball and ribbon. Students in Zoom classes should have a jump rope a hoola hoop, a ball of any kind and a small ribbon. Dress code: fitted clothes that allow movement. Pull back hair. For Zoom class it is best to have an open space such as a living room with as much open floor space as possible and good lighting.

Science Fair

SPRING BREAK

MON 4/5 - FRI 4/9

(FULL) Science Fair $95 

Gr 2-5

10-11am PST  

Learn about the techniques and tools that scientists use to explore our universe! Participants will perform simple instructor led experiments to explore the scientific process and take part in discussions with other students. The instructor will help guide participants in picking their own home science question, designing their experiment, and presenting their findings at the end of the week.

Required materials: Materials list will be sent ahead of class.

Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning

MON | $135

Gr 5 and up | 4pm-5pm PST

6 classes: 4/19-5/24 

This 6-week course will provide students with engaging lessons and presentations to inspire them to make positive emotional and behavioral decisions. Students will meet once a week for live instruction and complete assignments through Google classroom. Discussion topics include Self-awareness, Inhibition, Non-verbal working memory, working memory, Emotional self-regulation, Self-motivation, Planning and problem-solving, and making a Plan!

Resumes & Interviews

Resumes & Interview Skills

WED | $135

Gr 5 and up | 4pm-5pm PST

6 classes: 4/14-5/19 

This 6-week course will include going over a sample resume, and sample templates will be shared with students in Microsoft word or google doc formats. There will be an instructor-led activity with students to generate items to put on a resume. We will also discuss ways to build your resume as you progress in school.  In addition, we will talk about how to use a resume (for example, applying to jobs, school applications, etc). We will go over a variety of sample interview questions and students will materialize their own answers. We will discuss different types of interviews (virtual or in-person) and tips for success. There will be time set aside to practice mock interviews at the end of class.

Chess Playing

Family Chess Night

FRI | $135 

All grades | 4pm-5pm PST

6 classes: 4/16-5/21 

In Family Chess Night, students are taught the fundamentals of chess, strategy and tactic.  We give them the tools to develop skills in  logical thinking, problem solving, and foresight!  Once they learn the basics they will be  on their way to sharing some fun with the entire family over the board!  Parents are welcome to  listen in!

Computer Class

SPRING BREAK

MON 4/5 -THU 4/8

Tiny Techs Coding Bootcamp $150 

Gr 2-5

10am-noon PST  

"Hour of Code" begins here! Learn and experiment with animation, digital art and technology using SCRATCH - a software from MIT! Students learn fundamental concepts of programming such as logic, and sequencing. Each lesson of our exclusive curriculum explores a core category of the SCRATCH interface. Students can work online or offline using editor mode. All instruction is provided via Zoom and a Chromebook, Windows, or Mac laptop is required. No experience necessary. 

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy

TUE | $145

Gr 3-5 | 4pm-4.55pm PST

Gr 6 and up | 5pm-6pm PST

6 classes: 4/20-5/25 

This online course will provide students with engaging lessons and presentations to inspire them to make positive financial decisions. Students will be provided with access to an online platform to complete assignments and participate in interactive simulations and assessments. Topics cover accounts, savings and budgets, credit, debts and loans, income, careers and entrepreneurship. 

Digital social media

Internet Safety and Social Media Etiquette 

THU | $85

Gr 5 and up | 4pm-4.45pm PST

4 classes: 4/22-5/13

This workshop will start with understanding what your rights are when it comes to using anything online, from video games to social media. We will go through some exercises to further understand what our own habits are with technology use.