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E-Clubs at The Oaks

The Oaks Academy is introducing E-Clubs for the remainder of the 2020 academic year. The free six week sessions will run from April 13 until May 22. Registration is required.

Access to the internet is required for all activities as the weekly lessons will be posted on Google Classrooms. Activities may require adult assistance, but most are designed to be done without additional assistance. Parents should be prepared to monitor participant’s internet usage. Materials are not supplied by The Oaks. All E-Clubs are open to any Oaks student, but recommended grades help determine age appropriate clubs for your child.

E-Club

Recommended Grade Levels

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Culinary Club

6-8

This club will provide your student with the opportunity to grow in the knowledge and confidence in the kitchen. Join us in the kitchen to practice cooking skills while creating a variety of scrumptious recipes. 

Student Materials: Basic kitchen supplies such as spatula, knives, bowls, pans, pots. Access to a kitchen, stovetop and oven. Basic baking and cooking ingredients such as salt, peper, oil, butter, milk, flour, sugar, baking soda & powder, etc. (Full ingredients list will be posted with each recipe.)

Nature

PK-K

Students will explore the details of nature with various activities, and learn about the world around us.

Student Materials: Access to the outdoors, writing utensils, paper

Story Telling

PK-1

This club will give opportunity for students to share stories from favorite memories to creating stories based on given prompts.

Student Materials: Adult supervision, recording device (optional)

Story Time

PK-2

Explore the world of literature with a weekly read aloud and accompanied activity

Fitness

K-1

It’s time to get active! This club will offer a variety of work outs and activities to keep you fit and active

Student Materials: Space to move around, mat, ball (maybe)

Sports Challenge

1-2

Sports Challenge gives an overview of different sports along with activities to help your student practice the main concept.

Student Materials: a ping pong sized ball, a baseball sized ball, and a kickball sized ball, balloons, cup, 1 or 2 liter plastic bottle(s) 3-6 ideal, and common various household items.

Paper Art

1-2

Learn how to make paper crafts from the things you have at home.

Student Materials: Construction Paper, cardboard, magazines, glue, straws, paper bags and string

Nature

1-3

Students will explore the details of nature with various activities, and learn about the world around us.

Student Materials: Access to the outdoors, writing utensils, paper

Etiquette

2-5

This club will teach kids where, when, and how to use manners as they relate to everyday life. Students will learn why manners matter and feel better than ever showing off their new social skills to everyone they know! Students will enjoy entertaining examples and take away practice exercises

Student Materials: Ball, paper, pencil

Fitness

2-5

It’s time to get active! This club will offer a variety of work outs and activities to keep you fit and active

Student Materials: Space to move around, mat, ball (maybe)

Story Writing

2-5

This club will give opportunity for students to write and share stories from favorite memories to fictional stories of their own design. We will write favorite memories, stories of fiction, news, and much more.

Student Materials: something to document your story ie paper & pencil/pens, computer, recording device (optional)

Bead Making

2-5

Students will learn how to make beads from various types of paper found at home. Using these techniques, we will make different types of jewerly.

Student Materials: Various types of paper, ruler, glue, skewer/toothpick/knitting needle, nailpolish (optional), string

Puzzle

2-5

Solve different types of puzzles and riddles.

Student Materials: Printer (optional)

Craft Painting

3-5

A great opportunity for students to stretch their creative muscles and take artistic risk while creating beautiful things from household items.

Student Materials: Paint, paintbrushes, rocks (with a smooth surface preferably), hard boiled eggs, egg cartons, toilet paper or paper towel rolls, fruits or vegetables, bubbles, Q-tips

Paper Art

3-5

Learn how to make paper crafts from the things you have at home.

Student Materials: Construction Paper, cardboard, magazines, glue, straws, paper bags and string

Sports Challenge

3-5

Sports Challenge gives an overview of different sports along with activities to help your student practice the main concept.

Student Materials: a ping pong sized ball, a baseball sized ball, and a kickball sized ball, balloons, cup, 1 or 2 liter plastic bottle(s) 3-6 ideal, and common various household items.

World Exploration

3-5

Students will explore different countries all over the world using various medias such as videos, games, music, photographs, and more. Come travel the world with us!

Student Materials: Various item commonly found at home

Drawing

3-5

Do you like to draw? We will help you stretch your skills or explore new ones by sketching and drawing. Some activites will be easier than others. Let’s get creative!

Student Materials: blank paper and sketch journal (if possible), and pencil (drawing pencil if possible), colored pencils, pens, erasers

Photography

4+

Learn different photography techniques. Observe the work of famous photographers. Discuss the beauty of photography.

Student Materials: Camera

How To Use Google Docs and Slides

5+

Looking to take your school project to the next level? Here we will explore the use of Google Docs and how to create captivating presentations in Google Slides.

Student Materials: Google Suite

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Have Questions?

Change is always challenging, especially when it may effect your children. Please share any questions or comments you have using the form below, or by emailing me directly at ahart@theoaksacademy.org.

I’ll respond to your inquiry directly and as quickly as I can.