Thursday, August 10, 2017

Registration Reminder

Teacher Meeting and Registration:

This FRIDAY (8/11) 6:30pm at Oak Lake Church.

We will provide desserts during the meeting.

**Childcare will not be provided, so please plan activities accordingly if you need to bring your children with you.**


Family Meeting and Registration:

Friday 8/18, 9:30am at Oak Lake Church

Volunteers for Registration:

We are looking for volunteers to help in the following rooms during registration on 8/18:

  • Lego Room (2 volunteers)

  • Movie Room (2 volunteers) **full**

  • Nursery (2 volunteers)

**Registration volunteers will be able to register early for classes (either 8/11 at 6:30pm or 8/18 at 8:45am)

If you are able to volunteer, please reply to this email.

Thank you everyone!  We look forward to seeing you at registration!

Saturday, July 15, 2017

LFC Class Descriptions Fall 2017

Prices for classes are for the semester unless otherwise noted.
Fall Semester is 12 weeks. (See calendar tab for semester dates.)

Scheduled throughout the day

Private Piano, Band Instruments, Violin, Guitar, Voice Lessons with Lorraine
$15 for 30-minute private lesson 
$10 for 30-minute group lesson (for same instruments with students at a similar level)

Lorraine has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in music education, with 30+ years of experience. She will give music lessons for piano, band instruments, guitar and beginning to intermediate levels of string instruments. Lorraine will give the same discounted price for lessons at her studio on other days.

9:00-9:25

Mommy and Me Toddler and Preschool Storytime with Michelle
*1/2-hour class*
Ages: 1-5 yrs.
Cost: $5
Class Size: 4-16 students

Story time features two stories, songs, rhymes, and a rotation of felt color and counting activities, finger plays and movement activities with shaker eggs and scarves.  There will be 4 animal themed lessons repeating three times each during the semester to aid children in master the songs and finger plays.  Parents must attend with children.  (Students whose mother is teaching during this hour can ask another parent to supervise their child.)

9:25-9:55

Tiny Tumblers with Jen
*1/2-hour class*
Ages: 3-5 yrs. **Must be able to attend without a parent in the room**
Cost: $25
Class Size: 6-8 students

We will work on basic balance, coordination, and pre-tumbling skills.  There will be lots of jumping, running, balance work, core skills, and fun high energy activity!

9:00-9:55

The Stories behind the Music: Music Appreciation with Jessica
Ages: 6-12 yrs.
Cost: $15
Class size: 15 students

We’ll be exploring some fun music by reading and/or listening to stories and music and playing some music games.  Students will be encouraged to keep hands busy with coloring or playdoh exploration when we are not playing games together.  Come have some fun with us!

Project WILD with Jessi
Ages: 4-12 yrs.
Cost: $15
Class Size: 12 students
*A small amount of homework for vocabulary and observations

Students will explore the habitats, adaptations, characteristics and diets of Nebraska wildlife.  Projects will include: making our own bird’s nests, bird feeders, clay animals, aquatic painting, predator vs prey game, and more!

Advanced Drama and Playwriting with Julia
Ages: 10 and up
Cost: $30 / semester
Class Size: 4-12 students

This class is for students who are interested in both acting and writing scripts.  In this class, students will write their own piece(s) to be performed at the end of the semester.  Students will work together to develop dialogue and movement and will also assist with directing.  Previous acting and/or playwriting experience is helpful, but not required. 

There will be work required outside of class including some script writing and memorizing of lines.  The amount of time will vary, but most will be during the last few weeks of the semester to prepare for the performance.

Smocked Wee Care Gown with Carla
Ages: 8-adult (If younger student is interested please talk to Mrs. Fiedler)
Cost: $25 (This includes a kit comprised of a preconstructed gown, embroidery needles, floss, and ribbon to complete the bonnet.)
Class Size: 2-10 students
*Student needs to bring embroidery scissors, thimble (optional), and small bag to carry supplies*

In this beginning smocking class, the student will learn three basic hand smocking stitches:  cable, baby wave and trellis.  At some point during the semester, the smocking pleater will be demonstrated and a small trunk show of smocked items will be shown.

Spanish with Liz
Ages 6th grade – 12th grade
Cost: $15
Class size: 5-10 students
*Required text “Easy Spanish Step-by-step”

(available at Rainbow Resources, about $15 with S&H)

You could also purchase it here: Easy Spanish Step-by-Step (amazon link)

We will use required text as well as supplementary worksheets, vocabulary sheets, songs, and researched cultural information.  We’ll learn beginning Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and some cultural information.  Duo lingo app on a family device is recommended so student can do 5-15 minutes/day of Spanish familiarity/immersion.  Also, homework will be assigned each week and extra credit quizzes will be available at the beginning of each class to earn rewards at the end of the semester. 

Science of Cooking with Shawna
Ages: 3rd +
Cost: $40
Class Size: 10 students
*Students will need to bring appropriate supplies to class.

In this class we will learn basics such as measuring, conversion, folding, mixing, chopping, cutting, mixing spices, reading a recipe, substituting a recipe, working with salt, sugar, dry and fresh ingredients.  Students will be responsible for sauce pan, skillets, utensils, meat used, apron, cutting board, measuring cups/ spoons, knives.   We will learn about kitchen safety, how the different temperatures affect foods.  Teacher is responsible for the items we will be working with every week unless the students are notified prior to class.  We will not be making a meal, but we will be thinking and questioning why certain ingredients work together, how they work and where the ingredients come from.  This class is designed to help build confidence in the kitchen, prepare the students to think through a dish, understand terms, temperatures, and basic cooking skills. This is a hands-on class – every week students will hone a skill… from sharpening a knife on a whet stone, to understanding and applying ingredients.   If your child is ready to learn in the kitchen, can use a sharp knife to cut a potato then they are welcome to attend.

10:00-11:55

Bob Ross: Joy of Painting with Lisa
*2-hour class*
Ages: 10+ yrs.
Cost: $135 (or $45 every 4 weeks)
Class Size: 3-6 students
*All painting supplies are included, but each student will be asked to bring a large package of napkins and wipes the first week of class. *

Learn to paint happy clouds and trees in the style of Bob Ross, the famous PBS painter. I'm excited to share what I learned when I went to Florida to become a certified Bob Ross instructor. From holding a brush and applying the colors to cleaning the brushes and preparing a canvas--we will be learning all the steps needed to paint like Bob Ross while completing several paintings over the course of the semester. Students will also be helping to set up and clean up at the beginning and end of each class. 

This class uses Bob Ross brushes and paints, and artists' stretched canvases, as well as artist easels and palette paper. Each semester we try to complete 5-7 Bob Ross inspired oil paintings, and in addition to that each child is encouraged to practice the techniques they learn in class on practice canvas boards (that they can keep if they want for an additional $3 each, which is the cost of the canvas board plus $1 for paint).

As usual, returning students who reuse their painting (pizza) boxes for transporting their paintings to and from class, receive a $5 discount towards tuition (as the boxes cost $2.50 each). Most of the tuition of the class goes towards the cost of the equipment and materials used in the class.

10:00-10:25

Listenin’ to the Beat with Julia & Kiri
*1/2 hour class*
Ages: 6 years and up
Cost: $10 / semester
Class Size: unlimited number of students

This class is basically an improv dance class.  It is not a, “Here’s the dance, do it,” class, but more of a, “Here’s the music, think of something, and I’ll help you,” class.  The talent show performance will be the dance we come up with during the semester.  It won’t be, “Here’s some music, go wild,” because that would be crazy.  It’s, “Here’s the music, remember the dance we came up with.  Go impress your parents.”  The point of this class is to allow kids to not hold back from their dance potential, but to challenge themselves and have fun doing it.  There will be no work outside of class.

Beginning / Intermediate I Tumbling with Jen
*Permission from teacher is required*
*1/2-hour class*
Ages: 6 and up
Cost: $25
Class Size: 6-8 students

This class is for students who will learn and practice all of the basic tumbling moves.  These include front and back rolls, cartwheels, headstands, handstands, round offs, and bridge ups. More advanced students will learn more advanced moves such as front and back kick overs and one-hand cartwheels. All students will improve on their current level of skill.

10:30-10:55

Creative Movement with Jessica W
*1/2-hour class*
Ages: 3-5 yrs.
Cost: $20
Class Size 10-15 students

Creative movement focuses on learning to move with music, follow directions, and explore how the body moves using creativity to interpret feeling and ideas. We will be building and developing control over motor skills, with an introduction to terms & basic ballet.

For dance classes, students should wear non-restricting clothing where they can really move and stretch, as well as appropriate shoes such as ballet or jazz shoes, something that is flexible and protects the foot, but not rigid like tennis shoes. Dance wear such as leotard, tights or other "warm up" wear are ok, but optional. For girls, please have hair up in a bun or ponytail to keep out of their face. Please ask the instructor if you have further questions about proper dance wear.

Bookdoorboxes and “Stuffs” with Julia & Sheila
*1/2 hour class*
Ages: 10 yrs. +
Cost: $15 / semester
Class Size: up to 5 students

We take old books, hollow them out, and put a door on the cover.  Bookdoorbox!  We’ll also be doing other crafts including paper lanterns, melted crayon canvases, and tiny notebooks, unless you just wanna make bookdoorboxes.   There will be no work outside of class.

Intermediate II /Advanced Tumbling with Jen
*Permission from teacher is required*
*1/2-hour class*
Ages: 6 and up
Cost: $25
Class Size: 6-8 students

This class is for intermediate students who have an understanding of the basic moves, and would love more practice. These include front and back rolls, cartwheels, headstands, handstands, round offs, and bridge ups. More advanced students will learn and practice front and back kick overs, one-hand cartwheels, back handsprings, and flips. All students will improve on their current level of skill.

10:00-10:55

Sensory Play & Crafts with Melissa & Kris
Ages: 2-4 yrs.
Cost: $5
Class Size: 12 students

Weekly themed class with open ended crafts.  Crafts will consist of easy things children can do on their own (stamps, coloring, stickers, etc.)  No parent required in room.

Christian Kids Explore Earth & Space with Jessi
Ages: 4-12 yrs.
Cost: $25 supply cost
Class Size:12 students
*A small amount of homework for vocabulary and observations

Students will explore the weather and seasons, volcanoes and earthquakes, the Earth’s atmosphere, our Sun, moon and planets.  Each student will receive a science notebook. Projects will include moon charts, sundials, weather vanes, volcano models, and more!

Geography Games and Activities Michelle and Julie
Ages: 3rd-8th grade
Cost: $25
Class Size: 4-12 students

Join us as we increase our world geography knowledge through a variety of group games and activities.  Classes will focus on Continents and Oceans, Countries by Continent, Landforms, Unique Animals, Famous Landmarks, Famous People, Cultures, Art as well as Climate and Weather. 

Previous geography study not necessary, but helpful.  Students in 4-8th grade will be encouraged to participate in the Heartland Homeschoolers Cultural Fair in November 2017 and the Geography Bee in January 2018.

Aimee’s Doll Apron Smocking with Carla
Ages: 8-adult (If a younger student is interested, talk to Mrs. Fiedler.)
Cost: $15 (This includes a kit.)
Class Size 3-10 students

In this beginning smocking class, the student will learn three basic hand smocking stitches:  cable, baby wave and trellis.  At some point during the semester, the smocking pleater will be demonstrated and a small trunk show of smocked items will be shown.

Behavioral Science with Shawna
Ages:6th-12th grade
Cost: $30
Class Size:10 students
*Only a writing utensil is needed…. Everything is provided by the teacher. 

In this class, we will take a look into behavioral theory, application, and understanding.  This class is geared for High School / Middle School students.  Come learn about yourself, the markers of your personality, strengths, and confidences.  This class will have homework every week.  Depending on the level of the child’s interest will depend if they do homework or not.

Hands on PVC pipe and pallet wood projects with Liz & LeAnne
Ages: 7+
Cost:  $25
Class size: 10 students

We’ll tear apart some pallets, sand and stain/poly the wood, and nail together crates for multipurpose use.  We’ll put together a fold-up camping stool with PVC pipes and ripstop nylon and end the class semester on a high note with mini-marshmallow shooters!  *Students must provide their own work gloves, protective eyewear, and hammer to remain with class supplies all semester OR pay additional $15 (add take home supplies at end of semester)

*Class will meet outside every week.  Please plan accordingly.

11:00-11:55

Open Play with Melissa & Kris
Ages: 2-4 yrs.
Cost: $5
Class Size:12 students

Rotation of open ended toys.  Weather permitting there will be outdoor play.  No parent required in room.

Community Helpers with Meagan
Ages: PreK-2nd
Cost: $5
Class Size: 10 students

Come meet a firefighter, a policeman, a farmer, and many other special guests!  Each week students will learn about various people who make the local community go round.  We will create a notebook throughout the course of our class.

Beginning Ballet with Jessica W
Ages: 6-12 yrs.
Cost: $30
Class Size: 10-15 students

Beginning ballet focuses on learning basic ballet positions, steps, and terminology. We will be learning correct body placement and the fundamentals of ballet to develop personal strength, flexibility and balance. In this class, we will also develop basic musicality, capacity to follow verbal instruction, and memorize combinations.

For dance classes, students should wear non-restricting clothing where they can really move and stretch, as well as appropriate shoes such as ballet or jazz shoes, something that is flexible and protects the foot, but not rigid like tennis shoes. Dance wear such as leotard, tights or other "warm up" wear are ok, but optional. For girls, please have hair up in a bun or ponytail to keep out of their face. Please ask the instructor if you have further questions about proper dance wear.

Storytelling and Puppetry Class with Michelle
Ages: K5-4th grade
Cost: $25
Class Size: 4-12 students

Join us as we practice oral storytelling and props including puppets.  Students will make a variety of their own puppets and perform for the class.  Class will foster social interactions, encourage creativity, and continue to strengthen presentation skills while gaining confidence.  Younger students who cannot read and write fluently will require help in writing and memorizing simple stories and scripts.  This would be a great class for siblings to take together so they can practice together at home.  This class will require practice time each week.

A Simple Smocked Pillow with Carla
Ages: 8-adult (If a younger student is interested, talk to Mrs. Fiedler.)
Cost: $15 (This includes a kit comprised of a preconstructed pillow, pleated insert, embroidery needles, and floss.)
Class Size 3-10 students


*The proceeds from this class will be donated to Prairie Belle Smockers, to hire a national teacher for a workshop. *

In this beginning smocking class, the student will learn three basic hand smocking stitches:  cable, baby wave and trellis.  At some point during the semester, the smocking pleater will be demonstrated and a small trunk show of smocked items will be shown.


5th grade Math with Jessica M
Ages: anyone can participate if parents believe they are ready
Cost: $15
Class Size:  15 students

We will introduce a number of math subjects and most of our activities will be hands on.  We will complete a lap book on all principles covered.  I plan on continuing this class to next semester as well. 
3 weeks of place value
2 weeks of rounding
3 weeks multiplication
3 weeks numeral expression
Last week review and game day!
This will be a very low key class with lots of hands on.  Slower readers or those not writing well will be accommodated.


Beginning Karate with Lindsey
Ages: 5+ yrs.
Cost: $15
Class Size: 3-12 students

We will be learning the basics of Shotokan Karate.  Beginners as well as experienced students welcome!

Rise of Rome with Shawna
Ages: 6th-12th grade
Cost: $30
Class Size: 10 students

Where did the Roman Empire come from, the strength, power, and wealth?  We will travel through history to gain a better understanding of how a great nation came to be.  We will look at a few slides, be intrigued by artifacts.  This class will wet the appetite for learning how the past affects our future.  Middle School/ High Schoolers. All books, handouts, etc. will be provided by the teacher except a writing utensil.  Each student will have a project to present.

Marine Biology Lab with Rhonda & Joyce
This High School Credit class will be taught as a full year course.
Ages: 8th – 12th
Cost: $55 Total (for the whole year) = $35 (lab kit) $10 (dissecting tools) $10 (extra experiment supplies, and handouts)
Class Size: 10 students

• Cost of class includes the lab kit, microscope/slides, handouts, and extra experiment supplies.
• You are not required to purchase new dissecting tools if you already own some.
• Students need to provide their own safety goggles.  Gloves (optional)
• Homework will be given and required to be completed each week.  Class syllabus will be given registration day.

Take a trip with me through the ocean as we learn more about the ocean focuses exclusively on marine biology and marine habitats, from microscopic creatures to the big fish that eat the little fish. Lab work and class discussions will follow the book Exploring Creation with Marine Biology.  We will cover ½ a module each week.  A schedule of the reading will be handed out at registration.  If you are taking this class for High School Credit, you will be required to complete the On your Own questions each week.  Module Summaries will be completed in class.  Parents can ask me to administer study guides and tests, but have the option of doing that themselves. 

Modules cover all aspects of life in the sea, including oceans, how life sustains itself in the ocean environment, sea-dwelling organisms from kingdoms Monera, Protista, Fungi, and Plantae, marine invertebrates, marine vertebrates, and marine ecology. Dissections done in this course include, but not limited to, a clam, starfish, and a dogfish shark.

The course is fairly advanced, and is recommended that Exploring Creation with Biology, or an equivalent biology course has been completed. (If you have any questions, please let me know)

12:30-12:55

Let’s Fix It! with Lisa
*1/2 hour class*
Ages: All ages
Cost: FREE
Class Size: 4-10 students

Did you ever finish an art project, get it home, and realize you didn’t like something about it and needed help fixing it?  Did your art project ever get ruined and you didn’t know how to make it look good again?  Have you ever missed class and needed a make-up class?  Well, this is the time for you!  Come make your masterpiece everything you think it should be. *Students will not need to register for this class, and will not need to attend each week.  All students are welcome including students not currently enrolled in a Bob Ross class, however, students not enrolled in Bob Ross will need to provide the supplies they have been using for their project.

12:00-12:55
LUNCH/LUNCH GAMES

1:00-2:55

Bob Ross: Joy of Painting with Lisa
*2-hour class*
Ages: 10+ yrs.
Cost: $135 (or $45 every 4 weeks)
Class Size: 3-6 students
***All painting supplies are included, but each student will be asked to bring a large package of napkins and wipes the first week of class. ***

Learn to paint happy clouds and trees in the style of Bob Ross, the famous PBS painter. I'm excited to share what I learned when I went to Florida to become a certified Bob Ross instructor. From holding a brush and applying the colors to cleaning the brushes and preparing a canvas--we will be learning all the steps needed to paint like Bob Ross while completing several paintings over the course of the semester. Students will also be helping to set up and clean up at the beginning and end of each class.

This class uses Bob Ross brushes and paints, and artists' stretched canvases, as well as artist easels and palette paper. Each semester we try to complete 5-7 Bob Ross inspired oil paintings, and in addition to that each child is encouraged to practice the techniques they learn in class on practice canvas boards (that they can keep if they want for an additional $3 each, which is the cost of the canvas board plus $1 for paint).

As usual, returning students who reuse their painting (pizza) boxes for transporting their paintings to and from class, receive a $5 discount towards tuition (as the boxes cost $2.50 each). Most of the tuition of the class goes towards the cost of the equipment and materials used in the class.

1:00-1:55

Blocks & Building with Melissa & Kris
Ages: 2-4 yrs.
Cost: $5
Class Size: 12 students

Free Play with different building block material.  Play dough offered every week.  We will have puzzles and other fine motor toys available.  No parent required in room.

Art Makers with Becky
Ages: 2nd grade +
Cost: $30
Class Size: 2-8 students

We will throughout the semester create works of art using a variety of materials. Using the principles of design along with different elements of art we will work on art projects using wood, canvas, clay, fabric and a variety of other supplies.  We will work with different mediums.  Projects will include painting, print making, crafts, sculpture and some student choice pieces!!!

Preschool Music and Movement with Liz
Ages: 2-5 (Mom’s available for restroom help please)
Cost: $5
Class size: 5-10 students

We will sing a variety of traditional and Bible songs in English and other languages, including learning songs in American Sign Language.  We’ll listen to a variety of styles of music and move to them as well, sometimes using egg shakers and sand blocks.  We’ll incorporate books that relate to the music we enjoy and have a great time!

Finger Fun-tatting, knitting and crochet with Jessica
Ages: 8-adult
Cost: $20
Class size: 10 students

(If you have a favorite yarn, pattern, and/or tools to knit/crochet/tat, please bring them!)
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to crochet, knit, or tat, want some time to work on your skills, or need help with a “UFO” (unfinished object), now’s your chance!  Bring your questions and projects and I’ll help you figure out your next steps.  The first class will be spent picking a project to work on and the other classes may comprise of demonstrations of a yarn craft you haven’t tried yet or just worktime on your current project.  Discover the fun of making string into cool objects!

Viking Culture with Susan
Ages: 6th-12th grade
Cost: $25
Class size: 4-10 students

We will cover an overview of the Viking culture from the 8th to the 12th century through lecture, documentaries, classwork, and hands on activities.  Expect some homework, quizzes and a really great time!

Nature’s Life Cycles with Kristi
Ages: K-2nd grade
Cost: $20
Class size: 2-12 students

The class will learn about a variety of plant and animal life cycles.  Some hands-on experience with insects will be included.  Each child may pick a specific plant or animal to learn more about.

Hot Wheels Speedometry with Rhonda
*** I will need at least one parent volunteer***
Ages: All ages
Cost: $30 (covers Hot Wheels Assortment Kit, and in class paperwork)
Class Size: 15 students
*Assortment Kit includes: 5 hot wheels cars, 15 feet of track pieces, track connectors, 1 clamp, 1 loop, one storage container.
*If students provide their own hot wheels assortment kit class is $5.

Accelerate STEM learning through play!  Hot Wheels Speedometry is a fun and engaging way to learn about concepts such as energy, force, and motion.  Students also learn scientific and engineering practices such as analyzing and interpreting data.  Activities provide science, math, engineering, exploration through play.  You get to take it all home the last week of class!

Taphophilia (love of cemeteries and the history within) with Shawna
Ages: 6th-12th grade
Cost: $30
Class Size: 10 students

Learn how to read a cemetery, tombstone, and get to know the people who lived and walked in a particular area.  Visiting and understanding the life and death of any human is intriguing.  Everyone leaves a mark on the world not just those in the books.  Come learn to read the stones, symbols, messages in rock, and the setup/ layout of the cemetery.  Discover a written history in stone.  Every student will be required to visit a cemetery, take photos, learn to do a rubbing, sketch a layout, and enjoy that each person in the tomb is wonderfully made and important.

2:00-2:55

Snacks & Books with Melissa & Kris
Ages: 2-4 yrs.
Cost: $5
Class Size: 12 students

This class will follow weekly themes from sensory time.  We will email parents ahead of classes for list of food allergies/preferences.  No parent required in room.

Little Art Makers with Becky
Ages: PreK-1st  grade
Cost: $25
Class Size: 2-10 students

We are going to create art and crafts using all sorts of fun materials!!! We will learn about color, design, drawing, painting, and sculpture!

LEGO with Julie
Ages: 5-9 yrs.
Cost: $30
Class Size: 12 students

Kids, show your creativity as you build LEGO creations!  Each week will offer some free play (with project ideas) and a time at the end of class for Show & Tell.  There will also be some building challenges scattered throughout the semester.

Parents, the full name of the class is LEGO Public Speaking.  Students will practice the fundamentals of public speaking in a medium that they are already very comfortable with and enjoy.  The basics of speaking comfortably in public will be covered, as well as more advanced presentation, demonstration, and fielding questions about their own unique creations.

On the first day of class, students will receive their very own Lego bucket and bricks to bring back each week.  It is strongly advised that you mark your bucket with either first or last name in permanent marker to avoid confusion at co-op.

American Sign Language with Liz
Ages: PreK - Adult
Cost: $5
Class Size: Unlimited

We will learn and practice basic everyday signs in ASL through the video series Signing Time as well as other vocabulary sources.  We’ll learn seasonal signs throughout the fall and learn Christmas signs and songs toward the end of the semester.  Lots of fun for ages PreK and Up!

Story of the World 4:  The Modern Age with Rhonda
From Victoria’s Empire to the End of the USSR (1850-2000)
Ages: 3rd +
Cost: $5
Class Size: 12 students
***Students will be required to bring supplies throughout the semester.  A supply list will be given at registration.
***Students are not quizzed or required to read the curriculum as part of this class.

Come join us as we bring history to life through engaging games, activities, crafts and fun.  We will be using the curriculum Story of the World as our base of learning play.  Each class will consist of one to three activities that correlate with the chapters covered during the week’s reading assignment.  1-2 chapters will be covered each week.  Reading, narration questions, quizzes and tests can be covered at home.  Reading schedule provided at registration for those who would like. 

Beginning Photography with Jill
Ages: 3rd grade – adult
Cost: $20
Class Size: 15 students

Improve your photography skills as this class teaches technique in lighting, composition, and portraits.  Gain hands on experience as we practice taking photos each week with different subjects and in different environments.  At the end of the semester each student will take home a photo book with a collection of their favorite photography from the class. *If students are able to bring a camera from home that will allow them the maximum time to practice, but not mandatory. (DSLR cameras with manual settings welcome)

Home School Band with Lorraine
Ages: see description below
Cost:  $25 (no cost for adults)
Class Size:  15-25 students

This is for students who play an instrument and want to participate in an ensemble. The students need to be at least through the first level of a lesson method book. Music will be provided by the instructor. Each student needs to bring their instrument, portable music stand, pencil, and a small hand towel or cloth. If possible, please email Lorraine (rainy9810@earthlink.net) if you are interested in the class so she can order additional music if needed.

Friday, July 14, 2017

It's Here...LFC Fall 2017 Class Schedule Grid!


Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5
Room 6
Room 7
Sanctuary
Library
Music Room
Kitchen
Outside

9:00-
9:55
The Stories behind the Music
6-12yrs

Jessica F
Project WILD
4-12 yrs.

Jessi


Room left OPEN
For Bob Ross prep.
Advanced Drama and Playwriting
10+

Julia


Toddler & Preschool Storytime
1-5yrs

Michelle
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OPEN

Smocked Wee Care Gown
8-adult

Carla
OPEN
OPEN

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Tiny Tumblers
3-5yrs

Jen
Spanish
6th-12th grade

Liz
Students meet in this room throughout the day

Scheduling with Lorraine
Science of Cooking
3rd-12th grade

Shawna

OPEN
10:00-
10:55
Sensory Play & Crafts
2-4 yrs

Melissa & Kris
Christian Kids Explore Earth & Space
4-12 yrs.

Jessi
Bob Ross: Joy of Painting 10+ (2-hour class)

Lisa
Listenin’ to the Beat
6+

Julia & Kiri
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Creative Movement 3-5 yrs

Jessica W
Geography Games and Activities
3rd-8th grade

Michelle & Julie
Aimee’s Doll Apron, Smocked
8-adult

Carla
OPEN
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Bookdoorboxes and “Stuffs”
10+

Julia & Sheila

Beg/Int 1
Tumbling
6+
Jen
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Int II/Adv Tumbling
6+
Jen

Behavioral Science
6th-12th grade

Shawna

OPEN
Hands on PVC pipe and pallet wood projects
7+

Liz & LeAnne
11:00-
11:55
Open Play
2-4 yrs

Melissa & Kris
Community Helpers

PreK-2nd

Meagan
Bob Ross continues

Lisa

Beginning Ballet
6-12 yrs

Jessica W

Storytelling and Puppetry Class
K5-4th grade

Michelle

A simple Smocked Pillow
8-adult

Carla
5th Grade Math
Any age

Jessica M
Beginning Karate
5+yrs.

Lindsey
Rise of Rome
6th-12th grade

Shawna

Marine Biology
8th -12th grade

Rhonda & Joyce
OPEN
12:00-
12:25
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
LUNCH
12:30-
12:55
LUNCH GAMES
LUNCH GAMES
Let’s Fix It!
All Ages

Lisa

LUNCH GAMES
LUNCH GAMES
LUNCH GAMES
LUNCH GAMES
LUNCH GAMES
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LUNCH
GAMES
LUNCH
GAMES
LUNCH GAMES
1:00-
1:55
Blocks & Building
2-4 yrs

Melissa & Kris

Art Makers
2nd grade +

Becky

Bob Ross: Joy of Painting
10+
(2-hour class)

Lisa
Preschool Music and Movement
2-5 yrs

Liz
Finger Fun – Tatting, Knitting and Crochet
8-adult
Jessica F

Viking Culture
6th-12th grade

Susan
Nature’s Life Cycles
K5-2nd

Kristi

Hot Wheels Speedometry
All Ages
Rhonda
Taphophilia
6th-12th grade

Shawna

OPEN
OPEN
2:00-
2:55
Snacks & Books
2-4yrs

Melissa & Kris
Art Makers
PreK-1st

Becky

Bob Ross continues

Lisa
LEGO
K+

Julie

American Sign Language
PreK-Adult

Liz
Story of the World 4
4th-12th grade

Rhonda
Beginning Photography
3rd - 12th grade

Jill

OPEN
OPEN

BAND

Lorraine
OPEN
OPEN