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  • Science Explorer's Preschool Chemistry Fun Kit

    This kit will have your budding scientist exploring the Science side of STEM with engaging experiments and activities. First, learn about primary and secondary colors with Color Mixing Magic. Then, in States of Matter your scientist will investigate the three most common states in our environment with four exciting experiments. Finally, with Silly Slime, learn why slime is delightfully bouncy, stretchy and sticky as your scientist mixes up their own batch of slime and explores it's properties. This kit is more than hands-on...it’s hands in! Be prepared to have fun and get messy. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult ages 4-8 . Experimenting under adult supervision, ages 8+ Kit Includes: pipette color mixing tablets color noodles bottle of bubble solution and wand blank greeting cards and envelopes powdered paint glue shaving cream craft stick 30ml measure cup bowl with lid for storage Color Mixing Magic Activity Guide States of Matter Activity Guide Silly Slime Activity Guide and more Kit Warnings: WARNING: Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
  • Science Explorer's Crazy Chemistry Kit

    Join Science Explorers in a virtual laboratory as we become crazy chemists! We will investigate the Periodic Table and learn about its families with fun and exciting experiments as we discover the science side of STEM. We will break some chemical bonds, get messy with polymers and much more. Our classes are hands-on...so be ready for a mess! Crazy Chemistry Kit contains an outline and much of the materials needed to complete this pre-recorded class. A 30-day link will be provided to access a private video on YouTube Recommended Ages: Grades 2-6
  • Science Explorer's STEM Kit 1 States of Matter/Electrical/Aerospace

    Have fun with three STEM topics...chemistry, aerospace and electricity. First, your budding scientist with explore the three most common States of Matter in our environment: a solid, liquid and a gas. Next, discover the four forces that allow planes and rockets to fly: thrust, drag, weight and lift as you experiment with these forces with fun, hands-on experiments and activities while using a paratrooper to investigate drag, a disk launcher to explore lift and more. Then, you will build and test an electromagnet and learn how the electromagnetic field was first discovered. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult ages 8+. Experimenting under adult supervision, ages 12+.
  • Science Explorer's STEM Kit 3 Slime and Crazy Catapults

    Have fun with two hands-on STEM topics...Slime and Catapults. In this DIY kit, you will first investigate the chemical reaction that creates slime. Mix up your own batches of Glow, Silky and Floam Slimes as you discover why slime is delightfully bouncy, stretchy and gooey. Then, build three different catapults to examine how levers, energy, and Newton's Laws of Motion all work together as you fling ping-pong balls while practicing your launching and aiming skills. This kit is more than hands-on...it’s hands in! Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult ages 8+. Experimenting under adult supervision, ages 12+.
  • Science Explorer's STEM Kit 2 pH Testing and Art Bot

    Have fun with two STEM topics...engineering and chemistry with pH. Take your first steps into engineering by designing and building your own Art-Bot. These fun and silly robots are popular with both children and adults. Using the Activity Guide, with detailed picture instructions, the fun begins as you build your own Art-Bot with a motor, battery holder and more! Then, give your robot a personality with the craft supplies included in the kit. This STEM kit is not just hands-on....it is hands-in. Then, step into your own science lab to test the pH of six everyday substances. The exciting part of testing for pH is that the mixture changes color. The final color will indicate if the substance tested is an acid, a base or a neutral. This experiment will have your child excited about the science side of STEM! Plus, enough pH indicator will be provided so this experiment can be conducted again to test other items found around your home. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult ages 8+. Experimenting under adult supervision, ages 12+.
  • Science Explorer's STEM Sampler for Grades 2-6

    Join Science Explorers in virtual laboratory as we explore three areas of STEM. First, discover the science side of STEM as we learn the difference between chemical and physical changes with sloppy, slimy, and messy experiments. Next, investigate technology as we learn if our hand is really quicker than the eye with various fun optical illusions. Then, discover engineering and math as we construct a marble roller coaster to learn about physics. This virtual class is filled with engaging experiments and activities. The kit will contain an outline and much of the materials needed to complete the pre-recorded class. A 30-day link will be provided to access a private video on YouTube.
  • Science Explorer's STEM Sampler Kit for Preschoolers

    Join Science Explorers in a virtual preschool classroom as we explore three areas of STEM. We will investigate a tropical rainforest and its layers while learning about the unique animals that live there. Then we will examine the three most common States of Matter in our environment (solid, liquid, gas) with fun and exciting experiments. Lastly, we will use our natural curiosity to explore force with engaging activities. The kit contains an outline and much of the materials needed to complete the pre-recorded class. A 30-day link will be provided to access a private video on YouTube. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult ages 3.5-6.
  • Science Explorer's Young Inventors Kit

    The Young Inventors Kit is a child's first step into tinkering and inventing. You don’t need to have gray hair and wrinkles to be an inventor. Children are natural inventors and are curious and imaginative all on their own. Did you know that a child invented the Popsicle or that a 16 year old invented the trampoline? Encourage your child's tinkering spirit with this fun and engaging kit as they build an electrical circuit and learn about pneumatics. Your child will be designing, building, and creating for hours on end. They may just invent the next "big thing". The 175+ piece kit contains tools, adhesives, building materials, craft items, and a 16 page Activity Guide. It is packed with screwdrivers, screws, pliers, 1.5 volt hobby motor, batteries and holder, scissors, wheels, clamps, and much, much more. Recommended Ages: Experimenting with an adult ages 8+. Experimenting under adult supervision, ages 12+.
  • Lake Middle School Robotics Team

    It’s way more than building robots. FIRST Tech Challenge teams are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format. FIRST Tech Challenge teams design and build a robot using a reusable kit of parts and compete within a common set of game rules to play an exciting field game and complete the specific season challenge. The robot game changes every season and is always a blast! Student and adult team members are encouraged to bring any skills they already have, like programming, electronics, metalworking, graphic design, web creation, public speaking, videography, and many more. FIRST Tech Challenge welcomes every student, with or without special skills. Guided by adult coaches and mentors, students develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles, while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and working as a team. Each season concludes with regional championship events. Information and demonstrations at Woodbury Days (ice rink) August 19th 5-7 PM, August 20th 10AM - 6 PM. Competition Kick off 9/10
  • Woodbury Middle School Robotics Team

    It’s way more than building robots. FIRST Tech Challenge teams are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format. FIRST Tech Challenge teams design and build a robot using a reusable kit of parts and compete within a common set of game rules to play an exciting field game and complete the specific season challenge. The robot game changes every season and is always a blast! Student and adult team members are encouraged to bring any skills they already have, like programming, electronics, metalworking, graphic design, web creation, public speaking, videography, and many more. FIRST Tech Challenge welcomes every student, with or without special skills. Guided by adult coaches and mentors, students develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles, while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and working as a team. Each season concludes with regional championship events. Information and demonstrations at Woodbury Days (ice rink) August 19th 5-7 PM, August 20th 10AM - 6 PM. Competition Kick off 9/10
  • Woodbury Elementary Chess Club

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. Players will be able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate. Players will learn to set and use a chess clock during a game. Players will learn to resolve a disagreement. and be able to explain the rules of chess including movement of the pieces by the end of our class.
  • Multiplayer Minecraft: Colosseum Builder

    Become the architect of mini-game battle arenas! Build your own arena, then challenge your friends! Students will get a copy of the world map to take home and expand on. We will be using the PC/Java Edition of Minecraft. Home Technical Requirements For all Class: ? Computer: PC (Windows XP or later) or Mac (OSX) with at least a 2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM ? Internet: Broadband internet ? Webcam ? Microphone and Speakers ? Google Meet Additional Technical Requirement: Minecraft Java Edition PC needed, will not work on Chromebook, tablets, or phones
  • New! Video Production for YouTube: Podcasting

    Learn how to produce a YouTube - Learn the ins and out of producing your own podcast. Explore ideas, make a script map, and more. We will also go over refining your audio using Audacity. Edit your video, add transitions, insert a soundtrack. Then share your finished video with the world. Home Technical Requirements For all Class: Computer: PC (Windows XP or later) or Mac (OSX) with at least a 2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM Internet: Broadband internet Webcam Microphone and Speakers Google Meet Additional Technical Requirement: ? Cell Phone video camera or external webcam ? Imovie (Mac) or Filmdora (Windows trial version) software ? Audacity free software download
  • Online Competition Chess Club

    A program for players of all grades interested in competing at a higher tactical level. Players will meet Saturday mornings online for instruction and fun competitive play. Expert coaching will be provided at tournaments. Perfect for students that want challenges in addition to their school clubs.
  • Middle School Strategy Game and RPG Club

    Take strategy gaming to the next level! Play challenging and popular games like Catan, Pandemic, 7 Wonders, Splendor, Evolution, and Godsforge. Role Playing & Collectable Card Games are run by students. Playing games develops analysis, problem solving, communication, and negotiation skills and…it’s also great fun! Players will learn at least 3 new games and how they end in order to complete full games Players can make decisions on game play and explain the rules with or w/o adults present Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can set-up and take down games in order to have them ready for future players.
  • Introduction to Javascript Programming Gr 6+ (Online)

    Whizara’s Introduction to Java programming course introduces students to the fundamentals of syntax-based programming via its fun real world, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn the fundamentals of programming including variables, user inputs/output, random, conditionals, loops, functions, events, arrays and more. The course further reinforces computational concepts of sequencing, pattern recognition, parallelism and algorithmic thinking, and software development process. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A Chromebook or any computer/PC with internet connectivity is required to join the course.
  • Multiplayer Minecraft: Theme Park Builder

    Work as a team to create a custom theme park in Minecraft. Use creative and redstone to create this world! Possible projects include roller coasters, water rides, a trampoline park, an obstacle course, a boat race, bumper boats, a dunk tank, and many more rides and attractions! Students will get a copy of the world map to take home and expand on. Home Technical Requirements For all Class: Computer: PC (Windows XP or later) or Mac (OSX) with at least a 2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM Internet: Broadband internet Webcam Microphone and Speakers Google Meet Additional Technical Requirement: ? Minecraft Java Edition ? Need PC, will not work on Chromebooks, tablets, or phones
  • Scratch Junior Programming (Online)

    Whizara’s Scratch Junior programming course offers a fun way for young students to learn programming fundamentals as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using MIT’s Scratch Junior drag and drop visual programming interface. Students learn programming concepts and Scratch Junior specific concepts including motion, looks, sound, loops, events and get creative with designing, drawing, recording and storyboarding personalized projects. The course further reinforces computational concepts of sequencing, pattern recognition, parallelism and algorithmic thinking. A Tablet or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to join the course. More on supported devices can be found here: https://www.scratchjr.org/about/faq
  • AP Computer Science A (Online)

    This course follows the AP Computer Science A course outline to prepare students for the AP CS A exam. The year-long course teaches students Java programming, including object-oriented programming, and basic search and sort algorithms, with emphasis on AP CS exam requirements via rigorous assessments, including practice problems and quizzes. This course is for students who plan to take the AP CS A exam at the end of the school year. Students who want to learn Java but do not intend to take the AP CS exam should enroll in our Java programming courses.
  • Liberty Ridge Chess Club

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. Players will be able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate. Players will learn to set and use a chess clock during a game. Players will learn to resolve a disagreement. and be able to explain the rules of chess including movement of the pieces by the end of our class.
  • Pine Hill Chess Club

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. Players will be able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate. Players will learn to set and use a chess clock during a game. Players will learn to resolve a disagreement. and be able to explain the rules of chess including movement of the pieces by the end of our class.
  • Scratch Programming (Online)

    Whizara’s Scratch programming course offers a fun way for young students to start thinking like a programmer as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using MIT’s Scratch programming interface. Students learn programming concepts and Scratch specific concepts including motion, looks, sound, events, loops, conditionals, game mechanics, operators and variables. The course further reinforces computational concepts of sequencing, pattern recognition, parallelism and algorithmic thinking. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A Tablet, Chromebook or any computer/PC with internet connectivity is required to join the course.
  • Royal Oaks Chess Club

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. Players will be able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate. Players will learn to set and use a chess clock during a game. Players will learn to resolve a disagreement and be able to explain the rules of chess including movement of the pieces by the end of our class.
  • Bailey Chess Club

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. Players will be able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate. Players will learn to set and use a chess clock during a game. Players will learn to resolve a disagreement. and be able to explain the rules of chess including movement of the pieces by the end of our class.