Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

Hot Wheels Speedometry

Hot Wheels® Speedometry™ is a fun and engaging way to learn concepts
such as energy, force, and motion. Students will learn scientific and engineering
practices such as analyzing and interpreting data. This educational curriculum, co-created with researchers at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education, combines Hot Wheels® fun, imagination, and action, as well as toys and tracks to accelerate learning.

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World Habitats

This course focuses on the five major habitats around the world, Aquatic, Grasslands, Desert, Rainforest, and Arctic. Each week will be focused on a habitat, and each day focusing on an animal from that habitat. Students will learn about an animal within that habitat through reading, arts and crafts, games , technology, and much more.

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Robotics [Beg./Int./Adv.]

Students will learn the exciting art and technology of robotics, from mechanical design to programming, and strengthen their knowledge of algebra. Students will build important teamwork and problem-solving skills as well. This class is available for all levels of experience.

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Science Discovery

Students will examine key scientific concepts, and explore physical earth and life science through exciting activities such as creating volcanoes and studying Jurassic fossils. They will create a daily project as a record of their learning.

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Stem 360

In partnership with the California Native Plant Society, Steam 360 will include science, technology, engineering, art, and math through exploration and building projects using a variety of materials. This 360 course will give students support starting with conception through design to finished product using their imaginations.

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All About Habitats

Do you love learning about unheard of animals? Building and designing things? If so, this is the perfect class for you! Through our journey, students strengthen critical thinking skills, ingenuity, and problem solving, all while exploring various habitats, including the Arroyo, the home to a large variety of wildlife, reptiles and bugs.

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