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Fwd: Leadership LITE ages 8-12yrs

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For leaders age 8-12 years old:
One Wednesday each month, kids get together to learn and play! We’ll explore a different theme each month centered around a novel. Students will discuss themes and play games to encourage a love of learning and critical thinking. Crafts, activities, and games galore! All supplies for crafts and activities are provided, but students must find and read the novel themselves. Students must read the book ahead of time and be ready to discuss it in class. Note: Students will not be required to read aloud. It doesn’t matter if the novel is read personally by the student, or as an audiobook, or as a family read aloud. *Pack water and a portable lunch as we might eat outdoors. 

10:15-11:15 Novel discussion
11:15-12:00 Activity, Game, Lesson, or Group Work.
12:00-1:30 Lunch and outdoor recess
1:30-2:00 Thematic Activity or Craft
2:30-3:00 Group Challenge

Register separately for individual sessions $25 per session.   
Register for all four sessions $90 per student.

Wednesday September 11th 10am-3pm
LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE Read as many of the novels in the Little House Series as you can, and choose the one you love best! Bring it to class and we’ll take a fun quiz to find out how much we know about the adventurous Laura Ingalls and her family. We’ll create a VENN diagram to compare the life of a student 100 year ago versus now, and discuss the old days. 
ROCKSTAR PRIZES will be awarded to any student who brings a nature craft to class. Use your imagination to create something beautiful out of nature!

Wednesday October 2nd, 10am-3pm
CALVIN AND HOBBES Students should read ahead any of the classic comic strip books that features Calvin, a rambunctious 6-year-old boy, and his stuffed tiger, Hobbes, who comes charmingly to life.Share your favorite comic with the class. Students will discuss and practice the incredible skills of creating comics and graphic novels.
ROCKSTAR PRIZES will be awarded to students who attempt their own comic strip. Bring it to class!

Wednesday November 6th, 10am-3pm
NANCY DREW OR HARDY BOYS Read as many Nancy Drew and/or Hardy Boys novels as you can ahead of time, and then choose your favorite to bring to class. We’ll celebrate the series’, the authors, and practice the art of writing mystery stories.
ROCKSTAR PRIZES will be awarded to students who create a poster with interesting facts about one of the authors Franklin W Dixon, or Carolyn Keene.

Wednesday December 4th, 10am-3pm
THE BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER. The Herdmans are the worst kids in the history of the world. They lie, steal, smoke cigars, swear, and hit little kids. So no one is prepared when this outlaw family invades church one Sunday and decides to take over the annual Christmas pageant.None of the Herdmans has ever heard the Christmas story before. Their interpretation of the tale — the Wise Men are a bunch of dirty spies and Herod needs a good beating — has a lot of people up in arms. But it will make this year’s pageant the most unusual anyone has seen and, just possibly, the best one ever.The class will discuss the pros and cons to writing a play as opposed to a story. We’ll attempt a few drama lessons and create a few short plays on the spot.

ROCKSTAR PRIZES will be awarded to students who attempt to write a two to five minute play. Bring it to class and we’ll celebrate trying hard things! 

*All discussion, activities and themes will be from a Christian worldview. 

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To register, email transfer your registration fee to Jenn at (no password needed) Thank you!

Jenn Dean
75 Wakefield Crescent

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