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Lots of FANTASTIC enrichment options this Spring @ Hollywood Hill....

Intro to STEM Grades K—2 PLAY-WELL

Mondays 4—5:30pm Library

Ratchet up your imagination with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as: Fire Trucks, Space Stations, Tugboats, and the Eiffel Tow-er. Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There are no prerequisites for this course.

STEM Challenge Grades 3 –5 PLAY-WELL

Mondays 4—5:30pm Portable 2

Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnolo-gies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as: Bulldozers, Hovercrafts, Hot Air Balloons, and the Great Wall of Chi-na Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There are no prerequisites for this course.

Fantastic Physics Grades 1– 5 MAD SCIENCE

Tuesdays 4—5pm Library

In this session of Mad Science, we’ll investigate how things work as we explore Fantastic Physics. We’ll discov-er the incredible power of tiny electrons, reveal how ma-gicians use science to create astounding illusions, exam-ine the four forces of flight, experiment with gravity, in-ertia and centripetal force, and uncover how these and other forces affect everything from buildings, to water, to the air around us. We’ll join Bernoulli and Newton as we examine the science behind aerodynamics, pressure and the properties of air. Every week offers a different hands-on topic that includes an educational take home project to continue the learning and fun at home.


Tuesdays 4—5 pm Gym

Game Time! A program that features all the best back-yard Tag & Sports games! Participants will play all the playground favorites the younger kiddos love – Sharks & Minnows, Freeze Tag, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Capture the Flag, Bump and Bite, Knights and Dragons, Numbers Game, Safe Base, Kickball, SPUD and MORE! OTA covers all the bases with our emphasis on playing, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fitness. Don’t miss out on the FUN!

Real World Robotics Grades 2—5 SNAPOLOGY

Wednesdays 4—5pm Portable 2

In Snapology's Real World Robotics class, students will create robotic models inspired by real life robotic tech-nologies. Students will learn about gear ratio, sensors, simple machines, and programming as they build alarm devices, earthquake detectors, robotic arms, and much more. Your child will have a blast exploring the world of robotic technologies as they build, learn, and play. Aca-demic Enrichment: - Investigate topics in robotic technol-ogy such as rovers and prosthetic limbs - Learn about pseudo coding, sensor inputs, and robotics - Learn about mechanics through pulleys, gears, and cranks - Use engi-neering skills to solve challenges ** June 5—Class is 2:30—3:30pm**

Room to Bloom Grades K—5 TRENDY CRAFTS

Wednesdays 4—5pm Library

Let your creativity bloom this spring while you create new projects each week! This session, Trendy Crafts is going all out with glass trinket trays, a pom-pom canvas, and a very sweet Mother’s Day surprise! ** June 5 Class is 2:30—3:30pm**

Dodgeball Grades 2 –5 OVERTIME ATHLETICS

Thursdays 4—5 pm Gym

Throw em! Dodge em! OTA Dodgeball class is non-stop action. Coaches will teach game variations like Dr. Dodge-ball, Survivor, Basketball Dodgeball & More! Coaches will discuss the safety and game rules at the beginning of each class, then divide up into teams and play. Soft, foam balls are used for players protection.

Guitar 101 Grades 3—5 BACH TO ROCK

Thursdays 4—4:45pm Portable 2

Guitar 101 takes the student through the first 8 weeks of learning guitar. Instruments will be provided by Bach to Rock for the lessons although students may bring their own if desired. Guided by a professional Bach to Rock guitar teacher, students will learn the basics of their in-strument, music theory and learn and play together in a team-like atmosphere. Popular song forms will also be covered. In the final lessons students will be encouraged to create their own songs based on I-IV-V and 12 bar blues forms. Maximum of 5 students to ensure the teach-er can spend time with each student and help them pro-gress. The final lesson will include a performance for par-ents.

Scholarships are available to those in need. For more information please contact Judy