Fall 2020 Registration is now open until all spots are filled. Register early.
The spring 2020 schedule and registration link is here: https://pdf.ac/2Dq9DC .
CHR has an exciting program planned for homeschool students in grades K-7th. Our “Fun Fridays” enhance students’ learning by engaging them a variety of active learning experiences, all led by certified teachers or appropriately degreed professionals. Classes will be held from 9:00am-2:30pm. Students that are staying for all classes should bring their lunch, drink, and/or a snack.
Spring Semester 2020 Fun Friday Enrichment Program Class Schedule
__ Fitness Fun and Unplugged Gaming with Mrs. Dawn
__ Writing & Reading Fun for K-2nd grade with Mrs. Susan
__ Writing & Reading Fun for 3rd-7th grade with Mrs. Christy
___ Project Based Learning for K-2nd grade with Mrs. Susan
___ History with American Girls for 3rd-7th grade with Mrs. Dawn
___ Mixed Media with Mrs. Christy
___ Project Based Learning 3-7th grade with Mrs. Susan
___ History with American Girls for K-2nd grade with Mrs. Dawn
___ Mixed Media Art with Mrs. Christy
12:00-12:30 Lunch and Play Break
__ Fitness Fun with Unplugged Gaming and Legos with Mrs. Dawn
__ French Fun with Mrs. Christy
__ Fitness Fun & Unplugged Gaming with Mrs. Dawn
__ History of the Holidays with Crafts with Mrs. Susan
__ *Musical Theater for K-5th with Mrs. Ann
Class Descriptions for Friday Enrichment Spring 2020
Mixed Media ART
Students will create their own masterpieces while experimenting with art principles and elements alongside learning the history and culture of many famous artists. Various mediums will be used to create works of art such as, but not limited to, clay, paint, plaster, stencils, papier-mâché, watercolors, and oil pastels.
Writing & Reading Fun
Students at all levels will greatly enjoy reading high-interest, age appropriate materials as they create their own unique stories, poetry, fiction and non-fiction writings. They will learn the writing process, story elements, and improve their reading and writing skills at all levels. Students will play a variety of creative games and activities to enhance their reading and writing understandings. For K-2nd grade students, hands-on activities will be based on fun with phonic skills, poetry, creative writing, and nonfictional writings. Students in grades 3rd-6th students’ activities will include word analysis, literary devices, poems, short stories, and creative and nonfiction writing.
Fitness Fun and Unplugged Gaming
Students will have super active fun- moving, stretching, mastering self-made obstacle courses and circuit routines, playing organized (non-electronic) games, and even learning some yoga and dance moves. This class helps build cooperation, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
Using songs, crafts, games, reading, writing, listening, speaking, and other fun activities French students will explore the 5 C’s of foreign language education: Communication, Culture, Connections, Comparisons, and Community. Students will learn basic phrases, vocabulary, and conversational French.
Learning History with American Girl Dolls-
Encouraged by a love for American girl dolls, students will learn American history and culture. They will do fun activities, games, crafts, and even some cooking all related to their learning about lives and times of the American Girl dolls. Families are encouraged to read along the American Girl books at home (not provided.) Second semester we will learn about the lives and historical context of Josefina (1824), Marie-Grace, Celine Ray, Kirsten Larson (1850’s), Addy (1864), and Samantha (1904).
Lego Challenge Builds and Robotics-
Brick lovers will use Legos, Lego Software, and Lego Movie Making to design and build their own creations and make them come life with sound and motion. Some of our projects include a remote-controlled rover, boats with a motion sensory operated drawbridge, and racecars with an automated finish line. Students will be challenged to build catapults that shoot marshmallows, ziplines for their minifigures, marble mazes, bridges, towers,
Students will learn new skills and principles while engaging in age appropriate, hands-on activities to implement Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematic fundamentals. While having fun, students will be enhancing their creative thinking, problem solving, and team building skills. Some examples of activities are learning about buoyancy by building boats, making greenhouses to learn about photosynthesis and observe seed growth, and creating solar ovens to learn about alternative forms of energy. Most activities are from the AIMS Center for Math and Science Education. See Aimsedu.org.
Project Based Learning-
Students will learn new skills as they engage in active exploration, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, research, and problem solving while completing real world tasks such as designing board games, helping with charity drives, creating brochures and posters, producing videos or plays, and conducting interviews. Topics will be determined by the interest of the students.
History of the Holidays with Crafts and Games
In this class, students will enjoy learning the history of the holidays while making crafts and playing games based on the holidays and seasons.
*Musical Theater for K-5th
There is a part or position for every child as they sing, dance, and learn about back stage production while we prepare for our spring musical, Seussical the Musical.
Friday Enrichment Program Dates-
January 10, 17, 24, 31 February 7, 14, 28 March 6, 13, 20, 27
April 3, 17, 24 May 1, 8, 15
If more than two Fridays are missed due to inclement weather, we will use
Friday, May 22th as a make-up Friday.
Registration fee for new starts is $50 (non-refundable, paid once per school year)
Supply fee for new starts is $50 per semester for full day program or $15 per individual class
Tuition is $150 for full day (5 classes) or
$30 per individual class, paid monthly for 5 months from January 1 to May 1, 2020. .
Siblings’ cost, with discount, is $100 a month for 10 months or $20 a month per class.
*Elementary Musical Theater is an additional $25 per month.
Payments can be made by cash or check in person, mailing a check or money order, or online or using a credit or debit card. Online, debit or credit card payments will have a 4% processing fee added. Check or money order payments may be mailed to Canton Homeschool Resources 4280 Hickory Flat Highway Suite 100 Canton, GA 30115 or cash payments may be made in person.
If you would like to register or have any questions, please email Renee Barrineau at Renee@CantonHomeschoolResources.com