A new trimester of afterschool activities has just started, including a new chess class. Students learn the basic rules of the game or new strategies. They practice spatial skills, creative solutions, and logic all while having fun!

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Students in the scienceSeeds STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) afterschool activity learn some important basics of scientific disciplines while they explore cool technology from different points of view. They recently built their own circuits to power a light!

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A new series of afterschool activities started in December, and some of our maternelle (Preschool-KG) students have been enjoying the Tennis & Golf class! They’re learning foundational techniques and muscle movements for tennis and golf, using kid-friendly equipment in a high-energy and very positive atmosphere.

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Students in Bricks 4 Kids use legos to discover and start to understand mechanical objects. Here they are learning about optical illusions and building a whirling machine!

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In this active class, students learn the skills of tennis through lots of activities, stations, and games. Here students are practicing their serving and returning techniques.

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In this class, students explore musical concepts through song, dance, dramatic play, creative movement, improvisation and assorted rhythm instruments. Our Preschool, PreK, and KG students enjoy dancing and discovering the sounds of musical instruments.

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TGA little athletes get exposure to and experience with different sports—one sport per week—as well as the skill-building activities that cross all sports. Activities include golf, frisbee, tennis, tumbling, volleyball and more, and encourage sportsmanship and problem-solving. Here are the students during floor hockey day!

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Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math….S.T.E.A.M education combines all of these major themes to get kids thinking and learning on all levels! Students learn about different scientific disciplines and to think like an engineer, investigate like a scientist, and try their hand at some cool technology (3D printing, laser cutting, electronics). 

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