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Homeschool Grades 4-7

$150Purchase required to enroll

Art can help students embrace their learning and retain information. Students will gain knowledge in cultural diversity, history, social studies, math, language arts, geography &/or science while making art using concepts from class. *Vendor for iLead, Sky Mt, Excel, Sage Oak

Note: lessons are structured and include some copy work.
Please discuss with the studio first before enrolling children with special needs or children outside suggested grade level.
If you are using charter school funds, please pre-register before submitting your PO here: http://www.averyboo.com/homeschool-form

Price per Month
- $150 for one course, includes all materials.
- $280 for full-day (2-courses, 10am-2pm), includes free 1-hour supervised break ($80 value + socialization time)
- 10% sibling discount

2019-2020 Schedule - TUESDAYS
10am-11:30am = multiple subjects + ART (vary; see below for class descriptions)
11:30-12:30pm = lunch hour (included with full-day pricing, BYO lunch)
12:30-2:00pm = Traveling Artists (combines art with social studies. See destinations below)

>>Class Descriptions Below<<

Winter/Spring 2020

January
  • 10:00-11:30am - Genetic Sculptures
    Students will increase their understanding of basic genetic principles & vocabulary by building a model insect using genetic information provided in class.
    Subjects: Biology, Art

  • 12:30-2:00pm - Traveling Artist: Turkey
    Subjects: arts, culture, geography, language arts, social studies

February
  • 10:00-11:30am - Art of African American Slaves
    Enslaved men & women brought beauty and hope into their lives through the arts. They also used these means to secretly communicate the path to freedom.
    Subjects: history, arts & culture

  • 12:30-2:00pm - Traveling Artist: Louisiana
    Subjects: arts, culture, geography, language arts, social studies
March
  • 10:00-11:30am - Cryptozoology
    Crypto-what-who-ology?? That’s the study of animals *rumored* to exist - We will discover loads of inspiration from legendary, sometimes magical creatures while we draw, paint, & sculpt! Subjects: Myths & Legends, Language Arts, Biology, Art


  • 12:30-2:00pm - Traveling Artist: Ireland
    Subjects: arts, culture, geography, language arts, social studies

April
  • 10:00-11:30am - Sculpting Animals of the Tundra
    Learn about the coldest of all biomes while sculpting a native animal (student choice). Subjects: Science, geography, Art


  • 12:30-2:00pm - Traveling Artist: New York
    Subjects: arts, culture, geography, language arts, social studies

May - TBA
Cancellation policy - Once enrolled, there are no make-ups, class credits or refunds.
No upcoming schedule