Our advanced skateboard class is happy to welcome Jack!
In this photo sequence you can see him doing a “Frontside 180” off of the black box.
Jack is a great kid and a good team mate, always willing to help setting up the ramps, cones and helping his fellow skaters do better. He is a great inspiration for all the other kids and we are happy to have in our class.
Children have been enjoying the soccer session with these different training drills:
Children are enjoying some time with no screen, and play games, some good old traditional board games. UNO, playing cards and monopoly to name a few… there are still space for your child to join, on Monday from 3-4 pm for 2nd-8th grade
ASA: On s’amuse au théâtre
Today was first day of Theatre class! Woo Hoo! The students enjoyed learning about the different directions on the stage and how to exaggerate movement so it’s bigger than life by blowing imaginary gigantic bubbles in different directions and “watching” them float to the sky!
If you are interested in having your child join the class, we can get more children to learn the basics of theater, activity open to PK1-K on Monday from 3:15-4:15 pm with Susan Hall
We are having fun during Spring camp with Rachel & Martha from blowing feathers…
And making giant bubbles, painting, reading stories, gardening…
In this activity children chose what they want to build. After putting on safety glasses they learn:
1) How to hold and turn wood in a vise to sand the sharp corners and edges down
2) How to use the hand drill to makes holes for screws and dowel pieces
3) How to saw the parts to their project by clamping the wood into a miter box
4) How to make something spin or turn using a screw, and
4) How to safely assemble the project using hammer and nails.
Children applying good effort and focus are able to complete a level one project each lesson. There
is constant supervision. Safe and effective techniques are given throughout the class.
There is another session to register we encourage new students first to register, 6 classes from 3-
3:55 pm, 3/6/18 to 4/10/18 $145 for k-1 st (6 kids max). From 4-5 pm, 3/6/18 to 4/10/18 $145 for 2-5 th
grade (8 kids max). Priority will be given to new students first.
After the first two classes with La Jolla Fencing Academy children learned history of sword fighting and how it progressed into Olympic sport of fencing through the time. Also we learned basic footwork and some fencing rules! We have left and right handed children, very interesting for the instructor as well!