We're providing virtual summer courses each week starting June 15th, 2020 to August 14th 2020. There will be 45-minute live training sessions with 15-30 min of homework for each class. Space is limited to 8 kids per class. Fees are $125/week per class and students may enroll by week.
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com or call us at (909) 285-0585.
Art is a tool that allows individuals to reflect who they are. Students will be encouraged to explore and develop their creative abilities through different mediums. Students will use inventive processes to express their visionary voice. This class will be an opportunity for children to express their feelings onto canvas and paper.
Course material will be grade-specific and cover topics learned over the past year as well as new topics in anticipation of the upcoming fall semester. The math curriculum will be aligned with Common Core State Standards.
Sessions will emphasize the fundamental language skills of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and thinking. We will cover various literary forms including poetry, short story, drama, and non-fiction. The language arts curriculum will be aligned with Common Core State Standards.
In 2nd grade students will focus on learning about people who make a difference in their lives, and historical figures who have made a difference in American culture and government. In 3rd grade, students will focus on thinking about change in their local community and study people who have made an impact on their environment. Students will study the history of their home state of California in 4th grade, and the development of the nation in 5th grade. All grades will build on their knowledge of geography, chronology, and civics through a variety of texts and writing activities. All social studies classes are aligned with California History-Social Science Framework Standards.
Our beginner's course of Mandarin Chinese will include introduction of phonetics and daily expressions. Learners will gain a basic understanding of Chinese Mandarin and learn expressions used in daily life, such as numbers, hobbies, food, and weather. Focus will be on speaking, listening, and writing. No prerequisite is required.