UPCOMING HOMESCHOOL WORKSHOPS

MATH REVIEW WORKSHOPS 

Thursdays

12:00pm-1:30pm 

Ages 11+ 

Do your kids need some help with Math or just need to review a specific topic? Our Math Review Workshops help students review, re-learn and utilize different math techniques in order to have a practical approach to Math in everyday life. These workshops can help prepare for high school or college courses, SAT/ACTs, or help students be more comfortable manipulating numbers. Students work through calculations with a few hands on examples. These workshops are for students that have already or are in the process of taking the specific math topic and need some extra help. These workshops are not for students who have not already covered the material.

PEMDAS – Thursday, February 20th - 12:00pm-1:30pm

We focus on the order of operations as we review core skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Fractions and Decimals – Thursday, March 5th - 12:00pm-1:30pm

Students dive further into division as we use fractions and decimals to manipulate numbers in more specific ways, in addition to reviewing scientific notation and rounding.

Trigonometry – Thursday, April 2nd- 12:00pm-1:30pm

Students review relationships between sides and angles of triangles, as well as functions of each angle.

Algebra – Thursday, April 23rd- 12:00pm-1:30pm

We review how letters and symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in formulas and equations.

Precalculus – Thursday, May 7th- 12:00pm-1:30pm

Students review algebraic functions such as quadratic, exponential, polynomial and logarithmic equations, and practice graphing these functions as students prepare for calculus.

Geometry – RESCHEDULED TO Thursday, May 14th- 12:00pm-1:30pm

In this workshop, we investigate the properties and relationships of shapes, points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensions.


Instructor: Candra Umunna, BSc 

Location: STEM Lab (suite 21) $25/workshop 

10% off sibling discount available 

REGISTER

LEGO® MINDSTORM® ROBOTICS LAB - Free Build Mini-Course
NOTE DATE CHANGE: Thursdays, March 5, April 2, 16 and 23 (No class Mar 12, 19 and 26; 4 weeks)
9:30am-11:00am
Ages 8-12
In this student-led robotics lab, students work in small groups to select and build a Mindstorm® robot of their choice, program and complete challenges at their own pace. Using Mindstorm® EV3 kits and software, students learn robot design and programming basics. This hands-on course is open to a limited number of students due to availability of our robot kits, and registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis, so register early!
Location: STEM Lab (suite 21)
$95
REGISTER​


PARASITES
Wednesday, April 22
9:30am-11:00am

Ages 8-12
In this workshop, students explore the creepy, but awesome world of parasites through microscopic investigations of common parasites and dissection of a parasitic worm.

Instructor: Christina St Martin, MSc candidate

Location: STEM Lab (suite 21)
$25 
REGISTER


PARASITOLOGY
Wednesday, April 22
12:00pm-1:30pm

Ages 13+ 
Students get an overview of several mammalian parasites, including their life cycle, vector of transmission, pathophysiology and clinical manifestations, as well as view various life cycle stages through a microscope, and dissect a preserved parasitic Ascaris roundworm.
Instructor: Christina St Martin, MSc candidate

Location: STEM Lab (suite 21)
$25 
REGISTER


LEGO® LAB - Chain Reactions
Friday, April 24
9:30am-11:00am
Ages 6-10
Students use their creativity and engineering skills to design and build a series of simple machines to create complex chain reactions.
Location: Science Center (suite 5)
$25
REGISTER


THE SCIENCE AND ART OF TIE DYING 
Wednesday, May 6
9:30am-11:00am

Ages 8-12
We combine science and art as we use the chemical reactions of dyes to make fabric fun and colorful. Bring a white t-shirt or socks to dye.

Instructor: Christina St Martin, MSc candidate

Location: STEM Lab (suite 21)
$25 
REGISTER​


TIE DYE CHEMISTRY 
Wednesday, May 6
12:00pm-1:30pm

Ages 13+
In this lab, we study the chemistry of tie dying. Students learn about the reactions involved in the chemical bonding of dye to fabric, and make their own tie dyed creation. Bring a white t-shirt or socks to dye.
Instructor: Christina St Martin, MSc candidate

Location: STEM Lab (suite 21)
$25 
REGISTER​


LEGO® LAB - Power Cranes

RESCHEDULED TO Friday, May 8 

9:30am-11:00am 

Ages 6-10 

Students work together to build a motorized crane out of LEGO®, complete lifting challenges, and design modifications to create a more efficient machine. 

Location: Science Center (suite 5) 

$25 

REGISTER