List of Current Classes

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This class is for Moms only. If you are new to co-op, we ask that you begin by signing up here. Be refreshed as you study together and fellowship with other homeschooling moms.  If you have been involved in co-op for a while and would like a respite from serving in the classroom and need encouragement for your soul, you are welcome to join this class as well, space permitting. If you are in this group during the spring semester, you will be part of a team that organizes and facilitates Field Day activities for all of the co-op kids to participate in on the last day of co-op.  There will be an additional fee (usually around $15), payable on the first day of class, for the cost of the group book (financial assistance available.)

 

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This is a sweet place for our infants to be loved on. It is a favorite class for nursing moms to assist in, and for those moms who miss the days of snuggles and diapers!

Suggested Age: Birth up to approximately 24 months, depending on class ​size.

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This class for 3-year olds will have story time, music time and a lot of hands-on play time, both inside and outside!  We look forward to learning with your child!

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The World of Eric Carle!  Come join us as we work our way through several of  these classic children's books by the beloved author, Eric Carle.  Who doesn't love Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, or The Very Hungry Caterpillar?  We'll be reading one of Mr. Carle's books each class time, and incorporating them into some fun-filled activities.

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We will journey through William J. Bennett's beautifully illustrated Children's Book of Virtues. Where we will explore the virtues of courage, discipline, compassion, honesty and more through stories and poems. Accompanied by fun activities to help our children to begin to know and practice these virtues. 

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We will explore basic scientific concepts through hands on experiments and activities.

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This class is all about reading and art. We will be doing hands on crafts and discussions focusing on literary elements from several different books.

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Full art history lessons arranged chronologically, beginning with Cave Art and Egyptian Art / Hieroglyphics, and continuing through history with artists such as Leonardo DaVinci, Vincent Van Gogh and Monet! $5 supply fee

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Oceanography is the study of the ocean. In this class we will be studying ocean animals, plants, the ocean floor and the job of an oceanographer. We will be making ocean crafts and ocean themed snacks. A $10.00 fee will be collected on the first day of class for food and craft supplies.

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This class will include making one Christmas Decoration or Christmas Gift per class.  After we make the craft, we will sit down for tea/hot chocolate and a snack while the teachers teach a lesson about the History of Christmas in various cultures throughout the world as well as being exposed to different Christmas literature throughout the world.  Some of these traditions and lessons may include non -Christian elements, but we will try and bring the focus back to the birth of our Savior, Jesus the Christ.  At the end of the semester, the kids will take home a little box of their Christmas creations.  $10 class fee and they will have to bring only 1 snack to share throughout the semester.  It should be a super fun class! 

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Board games have been played in most cultures and societies throughout history.  We will explore that history and use the information we discover to create and play games from the past.  We also plan to enjoy the students' favorite modern board-type or activity games.

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This class will be a class to learn how to use a sewing machine. We will work on a small quilt (cutting, piecing, sewing), and possibly other small projects if time permits. There will be a $15 fee for this class.

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Every class will start with stretching and running to get warmed up. We will then learn the necessary skills in order to play the sport designated for that class. The units we will go through include but are not limited to: core training, intermediate basketball, intermediate volleyball, endurance and cardio exercises, sport conditioning, and court games.

Other sports may be included or omitted depending on the availability of equipment.

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Public speaking, speech and listening skills for highschool 
This class will pull from A Beka Speech for Today and Jr. toastmasters curriculum. We will be learning AND participating in the art of public speaking and speech with a lot of fun games thrown in for good measure.

Homework WILL be assigned and participation in in class activities WILL BE REQUIRED. 

Use this class alongside your own speech curriculum for half a highschool credit (this co-op class WILL NOT be enough hours to qualify your student for a half credit- you must do more on your own - you need an average of 150 hours of work to qualify for a full credit or 75 for half).

Participation in the annual Christian Heritage Speech Competition in the fall will also be encouraged.

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Parents Only. A Floater is an adult who will be assigned by the co-op leadership each week to help in the class which needs it the most. This is a fun job for those who are flexible and enjoy meeting new people. It is also a great opportunity to sample a variety of classes.

Age:  Adult 

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