Through the use of verbal expression, body language, improvisation, and other techniques, students learn the ancient art of oral storytelling. Students will discover their own unique talent and expressiveness as they “command the stage” and bring characters to life. English & Spanish
No matter when or where, we can take you there! Students will travel through time and space, study important world events, explore ancient cultures, and marvel at the art they created. Students will share their discoveries in a variety of fun and engaging formats, ranging from hieroglyphics on hand made papyrus, to art that echoes the masterpieces of earlier days. This class is designed for students of all levels of academic ability. Although this class has as its primary focus social studies, language arts, and visual art, math and science will be integrated through a variety of activities connected to the topics we are exploring.
Have children in kindergarten through sixth grade? Time For Kids announced its releasing free editions of all of its magazines while kids are home from school. Additionally, its publication Your $, which teaches kids financial literary, is also available online. Find out more here.
Created by Google’s experimental program workshop, Area 120, Rivet encourages reading practice with the use of over 3,500 free books, which are designed for students in kindergarten through third grade. Children will receive points and awards for each book they read and can complete activities that promote self-reflection once they’re finished. Find out more here.
Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners. Find out more here.