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Science Fusion
These courses introduce elementary and middle school students to the world of Physical, Earth, and Life Sciences. With a tri-method curriculum, students will focus on hands-on unit study activities in the classroom and digital lessons at home. The digital curriculum, virtual labs, hands-on activities, and write-in science textbook develop important critical-thinking skills that prepare students for success in future science courses and in the workplace. 
**Curriculum follows Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core. 
Welcome to S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) where learning will be exciting, exploratory, and fun! This course will explore Life Science, Earth Science, Physical Science, and more through hands-on activities that will keep your student engaged and actively learning.  This course includes coding, robotics, crafting, and Lego Workshop for all those Lego lovers!
**Curriculum follows Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core.

Learning with Lego

This course is an awesome way for students to engage in science, math, and engineering through Lego Education.  Each class, students will have a building challenge helping to strengthen fine motor skills, spatial reasoning, and team building skills.

Games People Play 

Students will learn the art of game-play by exploring strategic games in their various forms. We will travel the world exploring various games and how they help to encourage social interaction and team building skills.  Teamwork, character, and self-esteem will be promoted during each activity.

Math Time 

Students will engage in math concepts and practice throughout all unit studies. Students will study and explore math from an engineering and science perspective, as well as fundamental math concepts.

World Studies 

Students will explore the world and get a strong foundation on geography and what life is like for others around the world.  In order to study geography, students need to also study influential people and significant events in various regions of the world. Let's explore the world together!

History Studies 

Primary age students will focus on world history and its impact on culture and society. Middle and High school students will focus on United States History, beginning with the precolonial age up to present day. 

Language Arts

Students will focus on English language standards for grammar and writing, as well as reading comprehension.

Dance Around The World & Contemporary Dance 

These courses encourage students to perceive and respond to the world around them using elements of dance.  Students will demonstrate movement skills, process sensory information, and describe movement using the vocabulary of dance. Students will explore dances from different regions around the world, learning geography, cultural expressions, and traditions of the region.  This course is designed to build self-confidence and performance art skills while also serving as resource to World Studies. 

Take The Stage

This workshop will help your 3rd - 9th grade student explore performing on a stage. Students will develop self-confidence, focus, and creativity through fun theater games and art. From singing and dancing to acting, students will explore various forms of performing arts.  

Urban Arts Youth

Christina Taylor

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