Our Enrichment Programs

Our STEAM curriculum uses cutting edge tools like Google CSFirst, Bloxels and Raspberry Pi to provide kids with practical, real world content in science, technology, engineering, art and math, all while having fun. These classes are open to both registered Kids' Country kids looking for more in-depth specialty classes and any child who wants to explore the world of STEAM.


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After-School Hoops

After-School Hoops

3/4-4/29 (Mondays at Montair)3/6-5/8 (Wednesdays at Rancho Romero) 3/7-5/9 (Thursdays at Walt Disney) 3/8-5/17 (Fridays at Montevideo)

After-School Hoops is a weekly afternoon basketball program for aspiring young players. The one-hour instructional sessions combine fundamental skills instruction with organized team competition with the goal of providing an enjoyable and educational after-school athletic event. Using athletics as the vehicle, After-School Hoops provides children with an opportunity to improve their overall physical fitness, develop sportsmanship, athletic integrity, and gain an understanding of the game of basketball.
Instructor: 1on1

Afterschool Lacrosse

Afterschool Lacrosse

3/4-4/29 (Mondays at Sycamore) 3/5-5/7 (Tuesdays at Vista Grande)

Lacrosse is a fast-growing sport that combines the movement of soccer, hockey and basketball in one action packed sport. Join our coaches as they teach the fundamentals of passing, catching, offensive and defense strategies, teamwork skills, and sportsmanship!

Instructor: 1on1

Black Dragon Chess

Black Dragon Chess

2/22 - 5/17 (10 Sessions) (Rancho Romero)

Underlying its proven social and critical thinking benefits, chess is fun! Join us as we journey into this fascinating game! The class will include individual and group instruction, as well as supervised play amongst the students. All ability levels are welcome, even if you’ve never played before. Previous students are also encouraged to continue. Prizes will be given at the end of the session.

Instructor: JB McCann

Cheerleading

Cheerleading

3/6-5/8 (Wednesdays at John Baldwin) 3/8-5/17 (Fridays at Montevideo)

Learn the basics of cheerleading and work toward a performance on the last day of the session! Basics include arm motions, jumps, sideline chants, and half-time routine. (No stunting, no tumbling). We also talk about being a positive influence around campus and the importance of supporting our peers.

Instructor: Grace & Zen

Golf

Golf

9/13 - 11/15 (Rancho Romero) 9/14 - 11/16 (Greenbrook)

Golf Squad is an after school enrichment golf offering instructed by PGA/LPGA Professionals at the convenience of your school campus.  Classes meet once a week and all equipment is provided by Golf Squad.  Students receive a Golf Squad hat and handbook to keep.

Instructor: Golf Squad

Hip Hop

Hip Hop

3/5-5/7 (Tuesdays at Walt Disney) 3/8-5/17 (Fridays at Quail Run)

Learn fun hip hop routines to popular kid-friendly songs! Students build confidence, work on mind-body coordination, and have fun! A great class for kids who want a fun introduction to hip hop.

Instructor: Grace & Zen

Kids’ Yoga

Kids’ Yoga

3/4 - 4/29 (Mondays at Rancho Romero) 3/7 - 5/2 (Thursdays at Coyote Creek)

Yoga, Mindfulness, and Meditation in a 1 hour after school class.  The class is taught in an engaging, kid-friendly way.  Yoga journals are used at the end of each class for self-reflection and meditative coloring to help relax the mind.  Students learn tools to help de-stress and gain self-control to be used outside the yoga classroom.

Instructor: Grace & Zen

KinderBots

KinderBots

3/4-4/29 (Mondays at Green Valley) 3/5-5/7 (Tuesdays at Rancho Romero)

A unique program that is aimed at fostering creativity through science and technology in younger children, our KinderBots program has a strong focus on introducing simple engineering and technology concepts in a fun, hands-on way. Each child gets a computer and LEGO® kit with motors and sensors to learn with. What is a GEAR? What is a PULLEY? Where do we see it? Can I build one? Our custom designed curriculum encourages young kids to question engineering and technology.


Instructor: Tiny Techs Club

Magic

Magic

3/6-5/8 (Wednesdays at Country Club) 3/7-5/9 (Thursdays at Rancho Romero) 3/8-5/17 (Fridays at John Baldwin)

New to the world of magic? This is the perfect place to start! This course provides an experienced instructor, a step-by-step guidebook, and a tutorial online video so children can continue their practice at home. Students will receive their own magic kit with a magician’s wand and 26 props that can be used in astonishing tricks! Students learn magical techniques, while building self-confidence, performance skills, and theatrical charm to wow their audience! At the end of the course, students will perform their new skills in an end-of-session magic show, so every star can experience the chance to shine!

Instructor: Nexplore

Nature Watch

Nature Watch

3/4-4/29 (Mondays at Sycamore) 3/5-5/7 (Tuesdays at Rancho Romero)

Environmental science comes alive with Nature Watch activity kits!  Each activity centers around a hands-on project designed to engage, enlighten and enliven the learning process.  Each course covers one important topic like animals, ecosystems, climate and more.  To further promote discovery, most kits include a craft so each participant can “make and take” their project home.

Instructor: Nexplore

Pots & Paints

Pots & Paints

3/4-4/29 (Mondays at Montevideo 1st-5th) 3/5-5/7 (Tuesdays at Montevideo K) 3/6-5/8 (Wednesdays at Rancho Romero) 3/7-5/9 (Thursdays at Creekside)

Creativity abounds in Pots and Paints! In a busy world full of modern technology, and fast results, this class goes back to basics and teaches students to work with clay, a skill that requires patience and time. Alternating between weeks of pottery and painting, students will create delightful ceramic pieces whilst learning about famous artists from around the world. Wayne Theibaud, James Rizzi and Vincent Vangogh are just a few of the artists who will be inspiring our work.
Instructor: Danielle John

RobotED:MedievalBOTS

RobotED:MedievalBOTS

3/5-5/7 (Tuesdays at Bollinger Canyon) 3/7-5/9 (Thursdays at Quail Run)

Travel back into history with Robotics! Build tools, fortresses and machines from the Middle Ages and program them to be robots. Learn the fundamentals of engineering like gears, levers, pulleys and cranks. Spin the Ninja Star and pull up the Drawbridge. Launch the Catapult and break down with the Battering Ram! Each team of two gets a computer and a LEGO® WeDO® kit to use. Exclusive curriculum with emphasis on hands-on work, STEM concepts and fun with science!

Instructor: Tiny Techs Club

STEAM: Little Cosmos

STEAM: Little Cosmos

3/4-4/29 (Mondays at Rancho Romero) 3/6-5/8 (Wednesdays at Montevideo) 3/7-5/9 (Thursdays at Green Valley)

Welcome to the Cosmos! This class offers hands-on learning activities that investigate topics such as physics, gravity, and astronomy. The Scientists will sculpt their own clay planet, create an LED constellation powered by the sun’s energy, and design a time machine with imagination power. Science is awesome! Get ready for fun that’s out of this world!

Instructor: JP Neang

STEM FUNdamentals with Lego®  Materials

STEM FUNdamentals with Lego® Materials

3/4-4/29 (Mondays at Bollinger Canyon) 3/5-5/7 (Tuesdays at Country Club) 3/7-5/9 (Thursdays at Rancho Romero)

Power on your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Snowmobiles, Towers, Catapults, and Battletracks! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level. There is no prerequisite for this course.

Instructor: Play Well TEKnologies

Kids' Country supports a child's natural curiosity and love of learning in a safe and inspired environment where they can discover their passions and achieve great things.