The Maryville Science and Robotics Program is offering a series of classes during the school year that focus on engaging STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) for students in Kindergarten through 6th grade.
Participants will have opportunities to explore a variety of 21st-century skills while participating in the five-week STEM course. During the winter session, students will explore LEGO WeDo 2.0, Forensic Science, Coding with Bloxels, Inventing wtih Little Bits Droids, and much more! Classes will allow for individual choices and projects using state-of-the-art technologies and led by expert faculty.
Students can enroll now for the winter 2019 session. Classes will be held on January 26, February 2, 9, 16 and 23. Participants may be dropped off, or an adult family member is welcome to attend any or all sessions with their student for free.
Learn more and register at maryville.edu
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The Castlewood Stables Friday Night Equestrian Club is a 2 1/2 hour event that is held on select Friday nights for 8 to 14-year-olds. They will learn the basics of riding, make a fun craft, learn about grooming and tacking up a horse . . . all in a Horse Club/Camplike setting!
They can bring friends or come and make new friends who share their passion for horses! Pre-registration is required. Cost is $30 per child.
Sign up at castlewoodstables.com
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Circus Harmony, St. Louis' only social circus, teaches the art of life through circus education. Kids of all ages can discover a world of fun at Circus Harmony classes and camps, featuring tumbling, dance, acrobatics, aerial arts and hula hooping. Drop-in juggling and unicycling programs are available, as are private and semi-private lessons. And for those children who want to prepare for a future under the big top, the nonprofit also offers personalized, pre-professional training.View this sourcebook item »
Imagine Arts Academy presents Crayola World of Design after-school art programs, where kids use art concepts and techniques as a way to interact with and learn about the world. We put the emphasis on art as a problem-solving tool, as a career path, as a way to learn about different places and cultures, and more.
Kids learn many different techniques, like sculpting, illustration, painting, and textile artistry. They take home Crayola art supplies so they can build on their in-class projects at home, and they make a different in-class project each week! Projects are based on your child's interpretation of each week's theme.View this sourcebook item »
The St. Louis Artists Guild inspires creative growth for young artists of all ages and abilities through individualized instruction in drawing, painting, printmaking and mixed-media. Small classes give students an opportunity to develop skills and pursue self-directed projects. Classes geared toward young children encourage exploration and building self-confidence through art making. Students of all ages enjoy the benefits of viewing and exploring the rotating exhibitions in the galleries at STLAG.
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Miss Kelly's Gym is a local, family owned gymnastics and fitness facility for kids. We offer gymnastics, dance and sport skills classes as well as children's Birthday Parties, Parents Night Out, Kids Camps and Open Gym.
Our mission is to enhance the lives of children and their families by providing fitness and gymnastics classes in a challenging yet non-competitive environment. We are committed to helping children build self-confidence and develop physically, socially, and emotionally, all while being themselves and having fun. That’s the “Miss Kelly’s Way!”View this sourcebook item »
Parents! Bring your little ones for this fun parent & me activity at Castlewood Stables. You'll participate in pony rides, equestrian interactions, enjoy a farm animal petting area and a craft session. Activities will be held rain or shine in an indoor facility. During October, this event will be Halloween-themed, and kids are welcome to wear costumes (as long as they won't get in the way of them riding a horse).