Mrs. D's Basic Cooking Skills Class has been learning their way around the kitchen. They started with kitchen safety, how to read a recipe, meal planning, and how to properly hold a knife. This last Tuesday they used those new knife skills to chop vegetables for a chicken bacon ranch salad that they shared with all the families during lunch.
Mrs. V's and Mrs. J's Life of Fred Apples Class has been reading through the first book in the Life of Fred series. This fun elementary math skills class has the children talking about time, addition, days of the week, numbers and so much more. They also get to play fun math games like Sum Swamp.
The high school Dave Ramsey's Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschoolers Class, facilitated by Mrs. B, has been learning how to manage their finances to keep themselves out of debt, create a budget, and make a financial plan.
Mrs. G's and Mrs. S's high school Literature Study Class has been working their way through their first book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. They'll continue through the Spring reading great works of literature and finishing up with six weeks of Shakespeare.
Mrs. T is sharing her artsy side in her Mystery Art Class. She's facilitating two classes this session: one for the younger kids and one for the older. Each week the kids learn about different types of art. The first two weeks they learned about different textures in art by adding items such as paint, salt, and vinegar to paint. Below, the older Mystery Art Class is creating pictures using a process known as felting.
In her second year at Enrichment Day, Mrs. R facilitates the two American Sign Language Classes for Beginners and Advanced students. This past Tuesday the beginning class learned how to sign about their families.
The other classes being offered this Fall Session include Apologia Biology Labs, Apologia's Exploring Creation with General Science, Human Anatomy, Elementary Science, Conversations in German, World Geography, Charlotte's Web Unit Study, and Writing a Graphic Novel/Manga. These classes range in grades from PreK-High School.
Enrichment Day also offers an opportunity for homeschooling family members that are not in a class to help one another in other ways like Mrs. T is doing below by sharing her crocheting knowledge. Others use spare time to catch up on their other homeschool work.
This Fall Session will end on Tuesday, November 29. Enrichment Day will resume with the Spring Session on Tuesday, January 31. Many of the classes from this fall will carry over into the spring but there will be a few that will not. There will be some new classes added to the Spring Session. Registration for the Spring Session will open up after Christmas. All families attending Enrichment Day must be members of UHSG.