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LEGO Robotics Academy The LEGO Robotics Academy is a comprehensive program where children learn to design, build and program projects based on LEGO Education robotics. Using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this class uses teacher-led instruction followed by fun, engaging, and dynamic activities. Students are introduced to basic robotics and mechanical engineer ing concepts by building and coding a different project each week. Creative challenges are given to students as they progress through levels. The Robotics Academy is a repeatable program where children are placed based on skill and experience. Students move up a level each time they take the class in order to take on more advanced concepts and activities. A basic knowledge of using a computer is recommended. This class is instructed by USEL/Chasewood Learning. (JO-C) Age: 6 - 14 ● Boulder Point 26411 Jan 8-Feb 12 Mon 6:00-6:50pm $100(R)/$115(N) 26412 Feb 26-Mar 18 Mon 6:00-6:50pm $80(R)/$95(N) YOUTH

Minecraft Engineering Does your child love Minecraft? Imagine if children learn Civil Engineering and City Planning while they are in a Minecraft world. Students work as civil engineers and city planners to design and create a structured city that includes roads, bridges, and city zones containing housing, government buildings, businesses, factories, parks, and more. Minecraft Java Edition is used in the classroom as the tool for hands-on learning. . Students should be familiar with using Minecraft as well as a computer and mouse. We inspire future Engineers using Minecraft. This class is instructed by USEL/Chasewood Learning. (JO-C) Age: 7 - 14 ● Boulder Point 26413 Jan 8-Feb 12 Mon 7:00-7:50pm $100(R)/$115(N)

Learn to Code with Scratch Coding at a young age is an essential skill for future success. In this class, students learn by using MITs coding platform, Scratch. Beginners to advanced can take this class. Students program interactive media projects, such as stories, games, and animations, without the need for learning a complex programming language and syntax. The activities encourage explora tion of key computational thinking concepts and key computational thinking practices. Using an engaging project-based approach students have fun learning coding based on simple visual programming interface. This class is a multilevel program where students are placed based on skill experience. Students can repeat this class, as they start where they left off from the last class. This class is instructed by USEL/Chasewood Learning. (JO-C) Age: 8 - 14 ● Boulder Point 26414 Feb 26-Mar 18 Mon 7:00-7:50pm $80(R)/$95(N) Abracadabra Magic Learn fascinating and mesmerizing tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, they are quick to learn and easy to perform! All materials are provided, and each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age-appropriate. Sign up for more than one session as magic tricks differ each time. Taught by the Magic

Team of Gary Kantor. (JO-C) Age: 5 - 12 ● Boulder Point 26092 Feb 15

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