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  • Bonanza Educational - Gadgets & Gizmos DSA

    Teach your LEGO bricks cool new tricks in the LEGO Gizmos and Gadgets after-school club! Use the LEGO we provide along with some extra supplies like marbles, balloons, rubber bands, and more to make exciting projects that are guaranteed to do something cool. Projects will “sail”, “take off”, “fly”, “catapult”, and “race”! In every class we will build a functioning model while we learn the STEM skills behind how they work and practice problem solving skills, teamwork skills, and become better communicators. Leave your LEGO at home, we’ll supply everything you need. No take-home projects. Parent’s guide for at-home activities will be available. For grades K+.
  • Chess Emporium DSA (January)

    Chess Emporium Scholastic Program offers youngsters from Kindergarten through 6th grade a chance to learn about chess. Many of our students have gone on to rank in the top 50 nationally! Studies by major corporations and universities have shown that chess can help students increase their math and verbal skills, as well as their creative and critical thinking skills. Come join the club! Students learn quickly. Beginners are welcome. To learn more about Chess Emporium, Enrollment is open till 2/23/20 but class fees are not prorated for late starts. visit www.chessemporium.com or call (602) 482-4867.
  • Kids Who Cook DSA Fall 2

    Kids Who Cook offers fun, hands-on cooking and food preparation classes for children grades K-5. Following kid approved and chef-inspired recipes, students will use healthy, plant-based, and locally sourced food to create their culinary masterpieces. Research shows that children who are engaged in preparing their own snacks and meals are more likely to try different food varieties and combinations, choose healthy alternatives, Have an increased awareness of the nutrition in every day foods and learn the basics of food and snack preparation and sanitation. Each week students will follow a guided chef's presentation to make and eat their own snacks. All food and materials will be provided and students will receive a copy of the recipe to replicate at home. When possible, we use fresh, organic, and locally sourced food items. While many of our dishes are sugar free, gluten free, and nut free, there is a chance that all students may be exposed to any of these items during class. Please contact Eden Peterson at edenpeter@yahoo.com if you are interested in purchasing an apron for the class.
  • Young Rembrandts DSA Fall 2

    Young Rembrandts’ mission is to encourage creativity, technique, and joy in the artistic process by offering a unique, step-by-step method that successfully teaches children how to draw. Students will focus on art techniques, as well as cartooning. This is a great class for beginning artists, for those who want to improve their drawing skills and for all who love to draw! While Young Rembrandts classes are structured and educational, children have fun producing drawings worthy of framing. Lessons from previous years are not repeated. New and returning students are welcome. All materials provided. For more information about Young Rembrandts, please visit our website at www.youngrembrandts.com or call (602) 955-DRAW. All registrations go through the ECS Office