Friday Enrichment Program

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Fridays at CHR

 

Spring 2019 

 Our fun Fridays will enhance students’ learning by engaging them a variety of active learning experiences, all led by certified teachers or appropriately degreed professionals. 


  

Friday Enrichment Program at Canton Homeschool Resources

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. Class offerings are; Art Masterpieces, Fun French, STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art Mathematics), Reading and Writing Enrichment, Project Based Learning, Fitness Fun, Quiz Bowl, and Educational Games and Crafts. Classes will be held from 9:00am-1:30pm. Students that are staying for all classes should bring their lunch, drink, and/or a snack. *Musical Theater is also offered from 1:30-2:30.

Spring 2019 Fun Friday Enrichment Program Class Schedule

9:00am -10:00am 

__ Reading & Writing Enrichment for K to 2nd grade

__ Art Masterpieces

__ Project Based Learning

10:00am-11:00 am

___ Reading & Writing Enrichment for 3rd to 7th grade

___ Art Masterpieces

___ STEAM for K-2nd grade

11:00am-12:00pm

__ French Fun

__ Fitness Fun

__ Quiz Bowl for grades 2-7th

12:00-12:30 Lunch and Play Break

12:30pm-1:30pm

__Brain Games-Educational Games and Crafts

__Fitness Fun

__STEAM for 3rd-7th grade

___*1:30-2:30 Musical Theater 

Class Descriptions for Friday Enrichment 2018

ART Masterpieces

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. 

Reading & Writing Enrichment
Students at all levels will greatly enjoy reading high-interest, age appropriate materials as they create their own unique stories, poetry, and nonfiction 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 phonics, sight words, and fun with poetry, creative writing, and nonfictional writings. Students in grades 3rd-6th students’ activities will include word analysis, literary devices, poems, short stories, reading for meaning, and creative and nonfiction writing.
Fitness Fun
Students will have super active fun- moving, stretching, mastering self-made obstacle courses and circuit routines, playing organized games, and even learning some yoga and dance moves.
Fun French

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.

STEAM

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 surface tension by building boats, making greenhouses to observe seed growth, and creating stethoscopes to listen and record our heart beats.

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, creating brochures and posters, producing videos or plays, and conducting interviews. Topics will be determined by the interest of the students. 

Brain Games and Educational Crafts

In this class, students will enjoy playing games and extra socializing with their friends while participating in a multitude of non-electronic games and activities such as Scrabble, Battleship, Headbands, Chess, trivia, and making crafts based on the holidays and seasons. 

Quiz Bowl-

Students in second grade to seventh grade will play on teams to answer questions and earn little prizes for great participation, earning the most points, and showing sportsmanship. Questions will be based on a wide variety of academic subjects and will vary in difficulty so that all students will experience some successes. Students will have a lot of fun while learning and reviewing topics and vocabulary commonly seen in their grade level studies and standardized tests.

*Musical Theater- Come work on your dramatic arts talents with Mrs. Ann, our classically trained chorus teacher. We are preparing for our spring performance variety show.

Friday Enrichment Program Dates-

January 11, 18, 25 February 1, 8, 15

March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 April 12, 19, 26

May 3, 10, 17

If more than two Fridays are missed due to inclement weather, we will use May 24th as a make-up Friday.

Program Costs-

For Hybrid CHR Students-

Registration fee is $25 (non-refundable, paid once per school year) 

Supply fee is $50 per school semester for full day program or $20 per individual class

Tuition is $110 for full day (4 classes) or

$50 per individual class, paid monthly for 5 months from December 1st –April 1st.  

Siblings’ cost is $65 a month for 5 months. 

(There is a discount of $45 per month off the tuition cost for the second and subsequent siblings of hybrid students.)

For Non-Hybrid Students-

Registration fee is $25 (non-refundable, paid once per school year) 

Supply fee is $50 for full day program or $20 per individual class (non-refundable paid once per semester)

Tuition is $50 per individual class or $145 for full day (4 classes), paid monthly for 5 months from December 1st -April 1st. 

Sibling discounted price- Second sibling is $95 a month tuition for 5 months. Third and subsequent siblings are $65 monthly for 5 months. 

*Musical Theater-

$25 registration fee paid once a year (nonrefundable) and tuition is $30 a 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 3% 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 

Register for the Friday Enrichment Program