Time to get your brain thinking because in this course, we’re going to need all your creativity and brainpower to come up with the coolest and most interesting inventions! In our Inventor’s Lab, young minds will be able to create inventions to solve problems, like figuring out how to prevent an egg from cracking if(…)
Curious what makes a car go? Well in our model car making class, we’ll explore what makes an engine, how steering works, and even get a chance to build our own prototype car! You don’t want to miss this.
Need a hand with your hand-eye coordination? Well come on over each Sunday to Garfield and take our Basketball Camp elective. We’ll practice dribbles and learn different skills so you can be a better basketball player. Be ready to break a sweat and we’ll bring the water.
We will be creating lots of fun crafts this summer in ImpACT. Check out what crafts we’ll be creating. Week 1 – Relief/Foil Art Who: Open to all grades ImpACT kids will get a chance to learn about texture and even create their own work of art with foil! The kids will see textures from(…)
Animation. It’s the medium where great stories are told and yet how does it work? In this class, we take a look behind the scenes to learn that it is an illusion of motion created through a series of still images shown in quick progression. We broke down an animated clip of a bouncing ball(…)
Objective: Giving students front-row seats to experience the diversity of the natural world, teaching them the basics of ecosystems. Description: This four-week lesson gives the students front-row seats to experience the diversity of the natural world, teaching them the basics of ecosystems: their structure, major characteristics, and the complex interactions between plants and animals within(…)
Objective: Present students with a general idea of the cultural, aesthetic and structural driving principles behind the design of architectural space and buildings. Students will be presented with different cultures and how their ways of life such as values and culture play a role in how they shape a space. Availability of resources in relation(…)
Objective: Understanding different cultures and lifestyles helps develop a sense of gratitude for what we have, and is necessary for showing compassion to those who are less fortunate. Description: Students will be introduced to the cultures and lifestyles of people in other parts of the world, as well as the conditions these people must overcome in(…)
Students will learn about the different properties and behaviors of gases and use the scientific method to conduct an experiment involving gases What does dry ice, an empty soda can, balloons, a hard boiled egg, a glass bottle, and measuring tape have in common? They are all materials going to be used in various scientific(…)
Objective: Ever wonder how natural disasters happen? Join us as we explore tornados, hurricanes and tsunamis. Description: Gaze in awe in how tornadoes, hurricanes and tsunamis are formed. We will look to the distinctions between meteorological causes and their fundamental principles and simulate these natural disasters with fun demonstrations including: hurricane in a bottle, tsunami making(…)