Wisdom's Way


CLASSES

Nursery (0-24 months / available both hours)
We provide dependable, safe, secure, and loving care to the youngest family members.
Toddlers (ages 2-3 / available both hours)
Toddlers play, learn, and grow together in a structured, nurturing environment.
Preschool (ages 4-5 / available both hours)
Our preschool class offers a variety of activities including arts and crafts, music and movement, and story time.
Kindergarten (ages 5-6 / available both hours)
Our youngest students enjoy a fun, multi-sensory approach to learning, with abundant, hands-on enrichment opportunities.
Creativities (1st - 3rd / first hour)
Young artists will create projects every week using various mediums such as water colors, acrylics, paper, and chalk pastels.
Gym (1st - 6th / first hour)
Children of all skill and fitness levels are invited to have fun and keep their bodies moving! Gym class allows children to improve their physical skills, enjoy fitness, and build their confidence in a structured, non-competitive environment.
Learn to Sign (1st - 3rd / first hour)
Students will learn beginning sign language, including a song to perform at the end of the semester.
The Human Body: God's Amazing Design (1st - 3rd / first hour)
Learn about God's most amazing creation, the human body.
Crochet for Christ (4th - 12th / first hour)
This is a self-paced class. Beginning students will master basic stitches, while experienced students will work on more advanced projects.
Explore the Oregon Trail (4th - 6th / first hour)
This class will capture the excitement of the Oregon Trail with lessons, interactive survival challenges, and crafts.
Fantastic Books and Where to Find Them (4th - 6th / first hour)
Students will lead the discussion in this interactive, literature-based class. Their first book will be Refugee, by Allen Gratz, a powerful story of three different children seeking refuge.
Build an Escape Room (7th - 12th / first hour)
Students (12 and older) will learn how to use everyday household objects and dollar store items to design puzzles and build a portable escape room for friends and family.
Music Through the Ages (7th - 12th / first hour)
The high notes and biggest moments in music history will be covered in this fun class, including the places and events in history that inspired the evolution of music.
My Family's History (7th - 12th / first hour)
Inspire your student's curiosity and interest in history by introducing them to genealogy. Students will research their family history, making connections between their ancestors, historical places, and events in time.
Rocket Science (7th - 12th / first hour)
In this hands-on science class for ages 12 and older, students will build and explore a variety of rockets.
Adventures with Frog and Toad (1st - 3rd / second hour)
Using the popular Frog and Toad book series, students will explore science, math, and language arts concepts.
Karate (1st - 6th / second hour)
Students will learn the basics of karate in this introduction to martial arts.
Mission Kids (1st - 3rd / second hour)
Join in a semester of exploring the world through missions! Travel to Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America as we try new foods, learn new languages, and talk with missionaries in the field.
Musical Theater (1st - 12th / second hour)
Our musical theater class offers students ages 8 and older the opportunity to experience what it is like to be in a full-scale musical theater production. Students will learn vocal training, acting, and staging as they perform a production from beginning to end. (Please note: When registering younger children, please consider that Musical Theater requires the ability to sit quietly and follow directions).
Hand Stitching (3rd - 6th / second hour)
Students will sew simple projects including bean bags, bookmarks, and stuffed toys using colorful felt.
Hot Wheels Speedometry (4th - 6th / second hour)
In this hands-on, inquiry based class, students will explore scientific concepts such as velocity and gravity, kinetic energy, and collision using Hot Wheels.
Build an Escape Room II (7th - 12th / second hour)
Students (12 and older) will learn how to use everyday household objects and dollar store items to design puzzles and build a portable escape room for friends and family.
Page Turners (7th - 12th / second hour)
Students will lead the discussion in this interactive, literature-based class. Their first book will be The Bronze Bow, a gripping, action-packed novel of a young man avenging his father’s death by forcing the Romans from his land of Israel.



The fall semester begins Monday, September 13th, 2021.  Please see the complete list of classes along with description and grade level below.  Click here to view the schedule.

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