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Art Classes for Kids! Wednesday

$21666

with Jason and Bethe Sailer

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 8, 2021 at 9 am, runs for 15 weeks

Art Classes for Kids! 

Whether your student is beginning to draw, or is already an accomplished artist, there is always more to learn.

This class will develop and refine artistic skills in drawing, oil and watercolor painting and sculpture.

Individuality and personal expression are guaranteed, with students selecting their subject matter within a focus area.

Jason and Bethe Sailer are professional artists with 27+ years experience.

Supplies are included in the class fee.

Please note that students will need to bring in their own reference photos, teachers will notify parents of this ahead of time.

New to our class? Please list previous art and/or art class experience.

Ages 8-14

No class thanksgiving week.

Contact: Sailer Fine Art and Instruction  505-350-5413

bethesailer@gmail.com

Fables, Myths & Fairy Tales - Institute for Excellence in Writing

$371

with Marsha Edminsten

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 7, 2021 at 9:30 am, runs for 31 weeks

Do you LOVE writing?

Do you DISLIKE writing?

This is the class for you!

Let your students’ imaginations soar while enjoying classic children’s tales and learning to write with structure and style!A wide variety of adventures will supply a rich foundation for imaginative and enjoyable writing.This theme-based writing curriculum offers a full year of instruction for students in grades 3–5 and is perfect for homeschoolers, homeschool co-ops, tutors, and hybrid schools. Your students will work through IEW Units 1–7 as they learn to take notes, retell narrative stories, summarize references, write from pictures, and compose their own fables, myths, and fairy tales.

Marsha has taught several of these theme based curriculum over the years and is in the process of becoming a Registered Instructor for IEW. For more information about this and other IEW classes:https://iew.com/shop/products/fables-myths-and-fairy-tales-writing-lessons-student-book-only-0

 

Contact: Marsha Edminsten 505-702-4313 

This is a year-long class.  Book is included if registered by 8/31/2021.  Late registrations are responsible for purchasing the book themselves. 

Check out the Poetry and Grammar class as a complement to this one.  Your child can get the added benefit of poetry memorization and grammar concepts with Sandy Cannon.

Art Classes for Teens!

$21666

with Jason and Bethe Sailer

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 7, 2021 at 10:30 am, runs for 15 weeks

Art Classes for Kids! Tuesday

Whether your student is beginning to draw, or is already an accomplished artist, there is always more to learn.

This class will develop and refine artistic skills in drawing, oil and watercolor painting and sculpture.

Individuality and personal expression are guaranteed, with students selecting their subject matter within a focus area.

Jason and Bethe Sailer are professional artists with 27+ years experience.

Supplies are included in the class fee.

Please note that students will need to bring in their own reference photos, teachers will notify parents of this ahead of time.

New to our class? Please list previous art and/or art class experience.

Ages 15-19

No class thanksgiving week.

Contact: Sailer Fine Art and Instruction  505-350-5413

bethesailer@gmail.com

Archaeology & the Bible

$173

with Marsha Edminsten

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 7, 2021 at 1 pm, runs for 11 weeks
1 additional session on Sep 8, 2021

Archaeology & the Bible is a hand's on/lab approach to understanding this fascinating topic. Students will progress through all phases of an archaeological dig, while digging deeper into many phases of this science, such as site location & survey, tools, timelines, conducting a dig, pottery, tools, ancient writing types, anthropology, radiometric dating, agriculture and daily life, all cast in the realm of the book of Genesis, specifically Gen 18-19, and the catastrophic event that caused the destruction of Biblical Sodom. Learning "through a variety of biblically-based academic disciplines, to uphold the divine authority of the Bible as God’s only inspired representation of reality to humankind, and equipping them to apply its eternal truths to all phases of life." (TSU Mission)

The 10 unit study will end with a trip to the Trinity South West Museum.

This ancient city is currently being excavated by Dr. Steven Collins, and I am collaborating with them in this project. The Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project (TeHEP) is a joint scientific project between Trinity Southwest University's College of Archaeology & Biblical History (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), Veritas International University's College of Archaeology & Biblical History (Santa Ana, California, USA) and the Department of Antiquities of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Contact: Marsha Edminsten 505-702-4313

Kickball

$20

with Wes Koerner

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 7, 2021 at 4:30 pm, runs for 9 weeks

Ages 8-17 

(younger students are welcome but need to have the ability to learn rules and the emotional maturity to participate in the logistics of the game)

Non-competitive, fun physical education class.

 

WeDo 2.0 Robotics: Natural Disasters

$125

with Julie Kachelmeier

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 8, 2021 at 9 am, runs for 8 weeks

Volcanoes!  Earthquakes!  Floods!  This class focuses on how technology can assist with detection, relief, and prevention of Natural Disasters through Lego® projects and programming software.  Students will build on prior knowledge of Lego® Robotics using the WeDo 2.0 Lego® Education Program.  Classes will include a team building activity to encourage students to work together.  The course will conclude with a final challenge to complete various themed missions with their robot.  Each student will receive a medal for participation in this robotics class.

Prior Lego Robotics Experience Required

Ages 8-12

Teen Mentors are Lexi and Hunter Kachelmeier who both have years of experience with Lego® Robotics.

Adult supervisor Julie Kachelmeier has worked with Lego® Robotics in the past.

Contact: Julie Kachelmeier

Spanish Classes for the Little Ones

$130

with Tani Masters

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 8, 2021 at 9:30 am, runs for 11 weeks

Ages 4-7

Activities that include music, corporate expression, book reading and more

$15 materials fee per student to be paid to Tani Masters by cash or check on first day of class

Contact: Tani Masters

505-238-4002

http://www.spanishyosoy.com/

How the World Works

$125

with Sandy Cannon

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 8, 2021 at 10 am, runs for 13 weeks

This course will dive into the series called Uncle Eric’s Model of how the World Works by Richard J. Maybury.  These books provide foundational information on politics, economics, law, and history.  Many home schoolers are familiar with one of the titles, What Ever Happened to Penny Candy?, but have not yet made use of the rest of the series.  We will begin with Uncle Eric Talks About Personal, Career, and Financial Security and choose two or three other titles from the series based on the class interest and experience and teacher guidance.  Reading and some some additional assignments will be homework.I hope to offer a continuation of this class in the spring.

Teacher has two copies of books available (first come, first served) for rent $5 each.

Suggested for High School, Minimum 8th grade

Contact: Sandy Cannon

No class Sept 22 or Nov 24

If teacher misses more than on class, a make-up class will be offered.

 





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