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Exciting Spring Clubs 2018

AMAZING ATHLETES
Led by Amazing Athletes
Grades Explorer, K, 1
Minimum 5 students
Tuesdays April 10 - May 8
3:30-4:15
 
A premier developmental sports and physical fitness program available for our youngest students!  Each weekly class encompasses two developmental sports lessons along with activities proven to build and mature a child's motor development, hand eye coordination and cardiovascular fitness.  The result of this action-packed curriculum is a program which allows every child to build their skills at their own pace within a non-competitive, learning based environment that emphasizes patience, teamwork and self confidence.  Sports include football, baseketball, volleyball, soccer, hockey, baseball, golf, lacrosse and tennis.

CHESS 
Led by Mr. John Edwards
Grades K - 4
Minimum 6 students
Mondays April 2 - May 7
3:30 - 4:30
 
Play at various levels of ability while at the same time learning different strategies in this classic game.  
 
 DRAWING
Led by Young Rembrandts
Grades K - 6
Minimum 5 students
Tuesdays April 3 - May 8
3:30 - 4:30
 
A club for beginners through experienced artists!
You can be taught to draw successfully even if you have never done it before!  Students will be taught drawing, the fundamental skill of visual arts, with a see-touch-do method at which all students can succeed.
Artists will draw and color many wonderful pictures.  A colorful pop art dog and a powerful unicorn are just a couple of the drawings they will learn and LOVE.  Incredible relevant art history, good color selection and proper technique will be emphasized. Students will build on their skills but also have a ton of fun while drawing and personalizing cool things like a soccer player, pineapple and a robot.
 
GOLF
Led by Mike Duda
Grades 1st - 5th
 Minimum 5 students
 Weds April 11 - May 9
 3:30- 4:30
 
Have fun learning the correct stance, grip, chipping, pitching and much more.  All equipment provided.
 
POTTERY PAINTING (Single sessions)
 Led by Mrs. Wendy Erdmann
Grades K - 8th
 Minimum 5 students
 Tuesdays April 3 - May 1 (May choose any or all of the sessions)
 3:30- 4:15
 
Come join the fun and paint pottery with a spring theme. Choose from garden gnomes, fairies, birdhouses, suns and many more choices
 
SOCCER SHOTS
Led by Soccer Shots of Central Jersey
Grades Explorer - 3rd
 Minimum 5 students
 Thursdays April 5 - May 10
 3:30- 4:30
 
Join a program designed and created by childhood education specialists, MLS and USL professional soccer players as well as experienced and licensed coaches.  Students will develop coordination, balance, agility and appreciate team dynamics all while learning the fundamentals of the game of soccer.  Fun games and positive reinforcement are all part of learning vital skills students can use in all aspects of life and not just on the soccer field.
All soccer equipment is provided.
 
SOLAR CAR
Led by Mrs. Shana Lindsey & Mrs. Pauline DiMaiuta 
Grades 3rd - 5th
Space is limited to the first 10 paid registrants. 
 Thursdays April 5 - May 17 (Additional practice on Tuesday May 15 and competition on Saturday May 19 at Princeton High School 10:00 am - 2:00 pm)
3:30- 4:30
 
Calling all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students!  Learn how to harness the power of the sun and build and race your very own SOLAR CAR!  Students will build their own solar car and race it on the last day of our club.  Students will have a special opportunity to race the solar cars and compete in the OASIS SOLAR JAM at Princeton High School on Saturday May 19th from 10:00 am -2:00 pm.  While participation in the Solar Jam is optional, we encourage all students to participate.  Parents are welcome to attend the May 19th event.
 
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TENNIS
Led by Winnie Woody 
Grades K - 3rd
 Minimum 5 students
 Fridays April 6 - May 11 (Rain date May 18)
 3:30- 4:30
 
Students learn the TGA fundamentals as well as the rules and etiquette of the game.  In an energetic atmosphoere, they will learn hands on, real time teaching style.  The club includes contests, a go-to tennis handbook with education based themes, team activities and prizes.  Students learn to volley to music! Equipment provided but your child is welcome to bring his/her own racquet, if preferred.

 
 
 
 
 

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