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Age 7 Yrs to 11 Yrs
Grade 2nd grade - 4th grade
Jan 21, 2019 - Mar 04, 2019
Wood Shop Jr
Welcome to the world of woodshop! Students learn all the basics to the woodshop and wood design! Students learn about all the tools and basic techniques that they need to make fun and creative wood designs!
Maker Studio: Converting Energy (No Classes on Feb 6 and 13)
When warming yourself by the fire what you are actually doing is converting stored
chemical energy to thermal and electromagnetic (light) energy. This is true of most uses
of energy in that to make it do useful work we must first convert it and often convert it
again. In this COG students will explore the various ways in which energy is converted,
stored and used!
This cog is an introduction to prehistoric art.
Prehistoric art is the type of art that is often
associated with prehistoric humans. Prehistoric
human art survives to this day. The most
notable example of this is in the cave paintings
found in southern France. Throughout
this cog, students will be able to gain an
increased understanding of what life was like
for our early ancestors and how art was used
in prehistoric societies.
Minecraft: Let's make some Mods (No Classes on Feb 8, 15 and March 15)
Using additional blocks, students will expand
upon their previous mod. From instantly
putting on armor, to summoning lightning
bolts - nothing is out of the students' grasp as
long as they are clever enough to know how to
use the right kinds of blocks and creatively
put them together!
Found Object Art (No Classes on Feb 8, 15 and March 15)
This cog focuses on utilizing unconventional
materials to create pieces of art. Students will
learn about different techniques, artists and
styles that could be labeled as “junk art.” In a
final project, students will construct their own
3D piece using found objects that are provided.