Sparhawk's PreK & Kindergarten programs are designed to build a love & excitement for learning through academically strong experiential programming. Children age four and five years learn by doing in a resource rich habitat designed especially for early elementary learners. Weekly curriculum includes integrated arts & music programming, math, science, literacy and Mandarin Chinese as their foreign language.
Register today for this special parent & child art class series on Wednesday mornings at the Sparhawk School with Catherine Kulik, the Sparhawk Elementary & Middle School art teacher. Your child will explore diverse ways of creating art and experiment with new, engaging materials while learning about line, color, texture and notable works of art. This class is sure to engage their sensory skills as well as their innate curiosity about the visual world around them. Each class is limited to ten children and runs for 5 week sessions.
Sparhawk is the premier independent progressive day and boarding school on Boston's North Shore where the intellectual vitality of each student's educational experience is considered paramount. Valued above all else, students benefit from and have a responsibility to foster a culture of kindness.
Amesbury Public Library invites teens to their Summer Fan Fiction workshop series! What is fanfiction? Fanfiction refers to stories produced by fans based on plot lines and characters from either a single source text or multiple sources; these fan-created narratives often take the pre-existing storyworld in a new, sometimes bizarre, direction. While the activities of fans may take many forms, writing stories deriving from one or more source texts has long been the most popular way of showing their passion for a particular fictional universe. For 7th-12th grade.
Join Amesbury Public Library to plant your own garden to take home! The Topsfield Fair has donated Growums garden kits to the library! Choose from one of 4 garden types and use magically expanding soil to plant for different herbs or vegetables. Keep track on your garden online and learn more about planting, plant growth and gardens. There's a limited supply of GrowUms kits available - 1st come, 1st served.
APL hosts Imajine That's 'Magnetic Personality'! Explore the power of magnets with a variety of activities that test their strength! Imajine That from Lawrence, MA brings the fun to us with a wonderful science program. Ages 3 to 6 are welcome! Registration is required.
The APL invites parents to a three session workshop focusing on the goals and needs of a developing teen, fostering cooperation and responsibility, setting limits and problem solving. Registration is required. When you register for one program you are registered for all three sessions. Contact Margie Walker.
The APL invites teens and their parents to college application workshop presented by local Attorney Priscilla Arnott. This presentation is focused on the admission process, school visits, how to apply and more. Start planning today and get a head start on your strategies for finding the best schools to fit your goals. Register online or contact Margie Walker at the library.
The APL invites tweens and teens in grades 7-12 to a henna tattoo workshop with artist Mandy Roberge. Get ready for Anime Boston with a perfect temporary tattoo. Bring your own design, or pick one of the many that Mandy has on hand. You won't want to miss the fun! No registration required! Contact Margie Walker for more info.
APL hosts 'Imajine That Presents: Science Explorers: Let it Snow!' Kids will learn about that wacky thing called snow. What is snow? What is it made out of? What happens when you bring snow inside? We'll also make a pipe cleaner snowflake craft to take home! Ages 4 to 6 years old. Registration is required.