MIGHTY Acrobats

 MONDAY 

Are you up for the challenge? Do you dare to be MIGHTY​? (M​indful, I​maginative, G​oal-oriented, H​ealthy, T​alented and Y​oung). Not just an ordinary gymnastics class, EC Kids​ takes it to a whole new level where fitness meets entertainment. Coaches JT and Debbie Moye focus on nurturing the whole child and can help students reach their infinite potential through this one-of-a-kind class. Their unique combination of gymnastics, games, ninja fitness, obstacle courses, rhythm, music and movement are meant to build strength, skills and confidence.
Coaches JT and Debbie founded EC Kids and truly believe that Everything Counts for Kids. They work everyday to inspire children to believe in themselves and to be kind and thoughtful. Their goal is to help them develop sound fitness and good nutritional habits that will carry them throughout their lifetime. You can read more about their company and their mission at ecfkids.com

EC Kids - Coaches JT & Debbie

TK - 5th

14 Classes

$298

Desserts!

 MONDAY 

Taught by Sylvia Baar-Limon, teacher, chef and baker. Students will learn about the ingredients and process of how to prepare delicious and nutritious desserts. Each week we will study a new recipe, participate hands-on in its preparation and, best of all, taste it!


Students will collect the recipes to take home at the end of the class and decorate their own recipe binder. Materials fee is included in the class price.

Sylvia Baar-Limon

TK - 5th 

14 Classes

$298

Brixology / Mission: Code

 MONDAY 

Week 1-7: BRIXOLOGY
This program allows students to step into the shoes of an engineer! Build a different project with LEGO® bricks each week. Explore different aspects of engineering such as mechanical, structural, aerospace, nautical, and bioengineering. Use critical thinking, cooperation, and creative problem solving to test and improve creations. Experience extended learning with a take-home to reinforce each concept learned!


Week 8-14: Mission: CODE
Prepare kids for a digital future with a NEW after-school program from Mad Science! Students learn and apply the basic principles of coding in a fun and educational game-like environment. Coding teaches kids lifelong skills such as creativity, innovation, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration, and digital literacy!

Mad Science Staff

2nd - 5th 

14 Classes

$298

Broadway Beatz Jr.

TUESDAY 

*NO CLASS 4/7*

Dance (and sing…) to GREAT music from stage, screen and television, as well as songs from Disney Channel/Disney Junior and Kidz Bop. This class includes warm-ups, imaginative play, and basic choreography, incorporating props and physical games to teach rhythm and musicality, encourage creativity and self-expression —  and build confidence. Get some exercise and have a blast! No experience necessary.


**This class also includes beginning TAP DANCE. Tap shoes recommended.


Taught by musical theatre performer and choreographer, Tracey Wise Finkelstein. Please wear comfortable clothes.

*NO CLASS 4/7*

Tracey Wise Finkelstein

TK - 2nd

15 Classes

$287

Hip Hop Dance

TUESDAY 

Come move to the beat with Miss Caitlin from Blue8 House of Warrior Poetry in Culver City! These upbeat and high energy classes teach the fundamentals of hip hop movement in a fun, supportive setting. Stretching, isolations, rhythm, musicality, strength and fun footwork will all be incorporated to help students build confidence, relieve stress, and express themselves. Students will also learn to memorize choreography and work as a team as they learn and prepare a full routine for performance! This class culminates in a performance at the end of the session. We can’t wait to dance with you!

Visit TheBlue8.com to learn more about the studio and the teacher, Miss Caitlin.

Blue 8 - Caitlin Geier

3rd - 5th 

16 Classes

$318

Cooking Around the World

WEDNESDAY 

Taught by Sylvia Baar-Limon, teacher, artist and chef. Our culinary expedition around the world gets ready for another tour! Welcome new students. Students will participate in preparing recipes from different countries. We will visit a new country each week and learn how to prepare a delicious dish from foreign lands and then, best of all, taste it!

Each student will collect the recipes along the journey as well as design each country’s flag for “Cooking Around the World”. Students will also learn about geography by locating countries on the world map and other interesting facts like language, art, history & customs, puzzles and games and we will compile a folder to take home. All materials and use of tools are included.

Sylvia Baar-Limon

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$334

Soccer & STEAM Enrichment

WEDNESDAY 

Brit West Soccer offers a developmentally appropriate soccer curriculum that teaches skills through fun games in the context of STEAM topics. Each class highlights a specific skill such as dribbling, passing, shooting, and game development, while also introducing a new STEAM concept. Games focus on fun, progression, and inclusivity. 

Brit West Soccer Staff

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$270

Basketball

WEDNESDAY 

A FUNdamental twist on basic basketball skills. Learn the basic skills that lead to being a better ball player, but have fun doing so.

 

Coach Floyd is an assistant P.E. coach at Farragut. He has worked in numerous basketball camps and is a high school basketball official.

Coach Floyd

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$349

Sew What?!

THURSDAY 

Sewing for beginners and beyond. There are no kits in these classes, students are encouraged to come up with their own ideas, create a drawing, make a stencil, pick out materials (felt sheets, embroidery threads, buttons, snaps, zippers...), then make a plan of assembly to create their very own design. At first we guide the students through each step, but soon after they are working independently. Student may submit a decorated square to show off sewing skills they’ve learned in class. We stitch collected squares together into a small quilt that will be on display at the FAAST showcase at the end of the sessions.

 

This class is taught by Maya Grafmuller and Aja Morris-Smiley. For more info go to www.greenARTScamp.com

Green Arts - Maya Grafmuller & Staff

1st - 5th

16 Classes

$318

Zooga Kickin' Ninjas

THURSDAY 

Focus the wild child in every kid through this high-energy kickboxing/martial arts class. Designed to introduce concepts of basic self-defense in a playful SAFE environment, your Ninja will participate in group activities, games, and physical conditioning to build strength, self-esteem, and teach principals of safety and SELF-CONTROL. No experience necessary. 

Zooga Staff

TK - 2nd 

16 Classes

$302

Anime Doll Making

FRIDAY 

In this class students will sew their favorite Anime characters (person or animal). Bring a picture or make up your own, using colorful felt fabrics, trims, and beads to create an awesome Anime doll. Play, collect or give them away to your friends. A fun way to learn a useful skill like sewing! Taught by Maya Grafmuller. *Student must already know how to sew to take this doll making class.

 

All materials are included. www.greenARTScamp.com

Green ARTS - Maya Grafmuller

2nd - 5th 

16 Classes

$318

Critter Squad: Animal Defenders

 MONDAY 

Week 1-7: Cuddly Animal Defenders
Did you know that the chinchilla is one of the softest animals in the world? That guinea pigs are also called Cuey? Or that Crested Geckos have such small scales that they feel soft? Students in cuddly animal class will play games like BURROW BATTLES, eat oranges with a LIVE GUINEA PIG, and hop with a REAL RABBIT! Its fuzzy, feathery, and FULL OF FUN!


Week 8-14: Reptile Defenders
Scales, tails, nails, and tongues! That’s just the beginning of the reptile fun! Defenders in reptile class will explore the reptile world with exciting activities like making cobra hats and making frog slime! Defenders will even learn how to use a SNAKE HOOK and see the GIANT TORTOISE named GOLIATH! 

Critter Squad Staff

TK - 5th

14 Classes

$230

Woodworking for Girls & Boys

 MONDAY 

Can you picture yourself drawing a sketch about a car, a treasure box, an animal, a musical instrument, a robot or even of a space ship? If so, then come and join this exciting new class! We will be building models out of wood (by using hammers, nails, drills, screws, screwdrivers) and other complementing materials. At the end we will give our models the final touch using markers and oil pastels. Woodworking is a very eco friendly class and we only use untreated, completely free of non-toxic chemicals, wood. The combination of woodworking and art encourages concentration, problem-solving skills, fine motor coordination and stimulates creativity – and most important it is FUN!
For more information please visit www.WoodworkingAndArtClub.com

Sylvia Schorn

TK - 5th 

14 Classes

$298

Intro to Acting

TUESDAY 

This class will provide an introduction to acting for the beginner using monologues and light scene work. This class provides an enjoyable and stress free environment for students with some experience or those just starting out.

 

Mark Hawkins has 29 years of teaching experience and has been acting for 49 years. He is also a substitute teacher for Farragut.

Mark Hawkins

2nd - 5th 

16 Classes

$286

TGA Sports: Tennis/Flag Football

TUESDAY 

Week 1-8: Tennis
Serve it up with tennis class and discover how fun and exciting tennis can be with TGA! Coaches lead students through station-based drills and games that develop the fundamental skills of grip, forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Students participate in STEAM labs that allow them to explore academic concepts like gravity, force, and spin through the game. 


Week 9-16: Flag Football
Kick it off with this modified version of America’s game that makes it fun and exciting to play with TGA! There is a strict no-contact rule to maintain all player’s safety. Coaches lead students through station-based drills and games that develop the fundamental skills of passing, catching, running, and defending. Students participate in STEAM labs that allow them to explore academic concepts like gravity, compression, and aerodynamics through the game.

TGA Sports Staff

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$286

HERstory Now

TUESDAY 

Experience the inspiring power of women throughout “HERstory”, an interactive learning class taught by Farragut mom and certified life coach, Danielle Sablik.  Your children will get to paint like Frida Kahlo, advocate like Malala, and dissent like the incomparable RBG.  All this and more, while learning about the rich contributions women have made to the world. HERstory Now creates a link between famous women of the past and the power your child has to affect change today.  History is the past, HERstory is NOW.

Danielle Sablik

2nd - 5th 

16 Classes

$318

Zooga YogaPlay

WEDNESDAY 

Zooga + Fitness = YogaPlay FUN!
This active class will keep your child engaged, while learning tools to focus, stretch and create in a world of yoga imagination! Our 1 hour, weekly Zooga signature classes incorporate games, stories, challenges, poses and mindful movement activities in a positive environment, with Zooga’s Teacher Megan. Kids yoga mats provided and included a yoga bracelet at the end of the session. Join the fun today!

For more information about Zooga, check out our website www.zoogayoga.com.

Zooga Staff

TK - 2nd

16 Classes

$302

Trash 2 Treasure

WEDNESDAY 

3D problem solving with recycled materials. We don’t have kits or instructions in our classes. Students are encouraged to come up with ideas, search through recycled materials to find the parts needed and then we show them techniques in gluing and taping their pieces together, how to paper mâché and finally paint their creations.These classes are great for improving hand-eye coordination, dexterity, and the overall skill of critical thinking.

 

This greenARTS class is taught by Maya Grafmuller and Aja Morris-Smiley. For more info go to www.greenARTScamp.com

GreenARTS- Maya Gramuller & Staff

2nd - 5th 

16 Classes

$318

Mad Science

THURSDAY 

Week 1 - 8: Did Someone Say Science? 
Discover the mystery in chemistry by exploring physical and chemical reactions. Learn about conductors, insulators, transistors, current and other elements of the  world of circuit electricity. Learn the fundamentals of flight by building your own stunt planes! Experiment with gravity, inertia and centripetal force. Learn the science behind illusions and mind-reading! Discover the hidden strength of triangles, arches and cylinders to build your own super-structure! Uncover the science behind aerodynamics and the properties of air.  Make air pockets with zing and levitate ping-pong balls! Explore how meteorologists study weather and how clouds form. 

Week 9 - 16: Radical, Mad-ical Science!
Are you ready to get engrossed in entomology, the study of bugs? To investigate and analyze crime scene evidence to solve a mystery? To DIG in to Earth Science? We’ll see what physical and chemical changes take place in and around your kitchen and discover how simple machines make our lives easier. What makes toys work? Test and play with spinning tops, building gears, and gravity toys. Finally, conduct hands-on experiments to understand how and why weather occurs!

Mad Science Staff

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$334

Broadway Beatz

THURSDAY

*NO CLASS 4/9*

Dance (and sing…) to GREAT music from stage, screen and television, as well as songs from Disney Channel movies and Kidz Bop. This class includes warm-ups, improvisation and choreography (w/basic jazz, ballet and Hip-Hop steps), incorporating props and physical games to teach rhythm and musicality, encourage creativity and self-expression — and build confidence. Get some exercise and have a blast! No experience necessary.

Taught by musical theatre performer and choreographer, Tracey Wise Finkelstein. Please wear comfortable clothes.

*NO CLASS 4/9*

Tracey Wise Finkelstein

2nd - 5th 

15 Classes

$287

Play With Clay

THURSDAY 

Taught by Sylvia Baar-Limon, teacher and ceramic artist. Join us in this creative class where students will explore working with clay and learn the basic techniques of handbuilding: pinch, coil and slab construction. We will make wonderful projects with seasonal themes as well as free choice projects and learn about the ceramic process. Materials fee is included for clays, glazes and use of special tools. All clays and glazes are certified non-toxic and food safe.

Sylvia Baar-Limon

TK - 5th 

16 Classes

$334

Critter Squad

FRIDAY 

Week 1-8: Cuddly Animal Defenders
Did you know that the chinchilla is one of the softest animals in the world? That guinea pigs are also called Cuey? Or that Crested Geckos have such small scales that they feel soft? Students in cuddly animal class will play games like BURROW BATTLES, eat oranges with a LIVE GUINEA PIG, and hop with a REAL RABBIT! Its fuzzy, feathery, and FULL OF FUN!


Week 9-16: Reptile Defenders
Scales, tails, nails, and tongues! That’s just the beginning of the reptile fun! Defenders in reptile class will explore the reptile world with exciting activities like making cobra hats and making frog slime! Defenders will even learn how to use a SNAKE HOOK and see the GIANT TORTOISE named GOLIATH!

Critter Squad Staff

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$260

Sew What?!

 MONDAY 

Sewing for beginners and beyond. There are no kits in these classes, students are encouraged to come up with their own ideas, create a drawing, make a stencil, pick out materials (felt sheets, embroidery threads, buttons, snaps, zippers...), then make a plan of assembly to create their very own design. At first we guide the students through each step, but soon after they are working independently. Student may submit a decorated square to show off sewing skills they’ve learned in class. We stitch collected squares together into a small quilt that will be on display at the FAAST showcase at the end of the sessions.

 

This class is taught by Maya Grafmuller and Jill Sowell. For more info go to www.greenARTScamp.com

GreenARTS - Maya Grafmuller & Staff

1st - 5th 

14 Classes

$284

Shield Karate

 MONDAY 

Shield Karate's 1st to 5th grade program introduces children to the fundamentals of martial arts. It’s a fun and dynamic class that uses games and drills to develop martial art skills and self defense.  Mindfulness meditation is taught to help develop concentration and self-control. Shield Karate is blend of the most effective elements of Martial Arts from around the world and adapts them to the strengths of a Child.

Shield Karate is the only program in Los Angeles that features Kali4Kids Philippine Martial Arts as a component of its curriculum! Learn Karate and Kali all in one class! The mission of shield karate is to help children grow into healthy, happy, successful adults by teaching a martial arts lifestyle of fitness, self-control, compassion, and respect.  

Shield Karate Staff

1st - 5th 

14 Classes

$312

Visual Art

TUESDAY 

Children will explore all kinds of materials, both traditional and experimental, to make fun, 2-D and 3-D art projects! Kids will love choosing from a variety of interesting materials like tape, plastics, clay, paint and paper. We will apply a range of techniques like drawing, painting, collaging, printmaking, and sculpting. Kids will learn about some contemporary mixed media artists while developing their own innovative, artistic voice. New projects each session!

Art Lessons LA founder, Julie Orr, is passionate about teaching art to children and adults.  In addition to teaching, she is a nationally exhibiting artist.  She received her M.F.A. from Claremont Graduate University and B.A. from Kenyon College.  www.artlessonsla.com

Art Lessons LA - Julie Orr & Staff

TK - 5th 

16 Classes

$334

Movies By Kids: Star Wars Claymation / Minecraft Movies

TUESDAY 

Week 1-8: STAR WARS: CLAYMATION GALAXY
Are you fascinated by the story & characters of the Star Wars movies? In this creative class, students will get to design and build their own unique aliens, Jedi Knights, Sith lords, or anything their imagination can think of. Once the clay-characters are complete, Students will utilize iPods to bring their masterpieces to life using the art of stop-motion-animation. After the filming is complete, they will choose their music and supply the voice-over. All projects will be available to view and download.
Week 9-16: MINECRAFT MOVIES
Do you love Minecraft??? Join this exciting class where kids will design a Minecraft world using Legos, create their own crazy Minecraft mini figures and finally utilize iPods(provided) to create their own Minecraft movie. They will even create voices for all of their characters. Design monsters, creepers or your own personal hero to tackle the incredible environment that you create… All movies will be available to view and download online.

Movies by Kids Staff

2nd - 5th 

16 Classes

$270

Musical Theater

WEDNESDAY 

This year, we have fun with songs and characters from MARY POPPINS. Students gain poise and confidence as they learn singing, acting and stage movement in this active team-building class--and, best of all, have a chance to shine in the Spring Showcase!

Marina Tidwell

3rd - 5th 

16 Classes

$302

Zooga Pop

WEDNESDAY 

Come DANCE with us! Each week, our dancers will move to the beat of their "fav" Kid Bop songs. A combination of jazz and pop, this series will enhance coordination, increase physical and mental dexterity giving your child a powerful feeling of accomplishment as they learn a fun, weekly routine. At the end of the session, they will get to show off their skills on stage at the Farragut Showcase.

This Zooga® original dance class will bring a smile to your child's face and give your child a real dance workout. Perfect for beginner level girls and boys.

Zooga Staff

K - 2nd

16 Classes

$302

Process Art

WEDNESDAY 

Art projects are process-based, with a focus on the art experience more than the final result. Artists will explore interesting tools, and techniques for experimentation and creative development. Mediums may including paint, clay, wood, assemblage, and more.


www.artlessonsla.com

Art Lessons LA - Julie Orr & Staff

TK - 5th 

16 Classes

$334

Storybook Theater

THURSDAY 

*THERE IS NO CLASS 4/30

 

A very fun and exciting hour of storytelling, acting, and play. Some new and favorite stories will be acted out along with improv games.

This class is designed to help bring out imagination and creativity in a fun and positive way.

*THERE IS NO CLASS 4/30

Mr. G

K - 2nd

15 Classes

$302

Wanna Play?

THURSDAY

Come have fun, games, games and more games. CAPTURE THE FLAG, BATTLE BALL, TETHERBALL, SCOTTER SOCCER and more. These are just a few of the games I will be offering for a 1 hour afterschool program. " Didn't get enough of P.E.? Come out and play with me", Coach Floyd

Coach Floyd

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$302

LEGO Engineering

FRIDAY 

*This is now a 60-minute class, NOT 90-minutes.

 

Ratchet up your imagination with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Design and build huge cities, merry-go-rounds, bridges, and motorized cars. Explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. Students of all ability levels are welcomed.

*This is now a 60-minute class, NOT 90-minutes.

Play Well Staff

K - 5th 

16 Classes

$318

MIGHTY Acrobats

FRIDAY 

Are you up for the challenge? Do you dare to be MIGHTY​? (M​indful, I​maginative, G​oal-oriented, H​ealthy, T​alented and Y​oung). Not just an ordinary gymnastics class, EC Kids​ takes it to a whole new level where fitness meets entertainment. Coaches JT and Debbie Moye focus on nurturing the whole child and can help students reach their infinite potential through this one-of-a-kind class. Their unique combination of gymnastics, games, ninja fitness, obstacle courses, rhythm, music and movement are meant to build strength, skills and confidence.


oaches JT and Debbie founded EC Kids and truly believe that Everything Counts for Kids. They work everyday to inspire children to believe in themselves and to be kind and thoughtful. Their goal is to help them develop sound fitness and good nutritional habits that will carry them throughout their lifetime. You can read more about their company and their mission at ecfkids.com

EC Kids - JT & Debbie

TK - 5th 

16 Classes

$334

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