- Families outside of the Raw Learning community are welcome!
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Field Trips: Wednesday, October 19th
*Only families preregistered may attend with Raw Learning. Registration for Winter Trimester field trips will be available in December.
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Ruby’s Arcade (Harrisonburg)
Location: 100B 165 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
9:30am—Arrive at Ruby’s Arcade
11:30am—Field Trip Concludes
11:30am – Lunch buffet at Ruby’s
Harrisonburg Department of Public Transportation(Harrisonburg)
Location: 475 East Washington Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
1:00pm – Field Trip begins
3:00pm - Field trip ends
Week of October 17, 2016
The following is a list of the fantastic classes that will be held this week and their engaging activities!
Makers Mystery Bag: Boat Making: Create 3 different boats out of different materials and see which one can carry the heaviest load!
Sing and Perform: Sing with us!
Art: Painting with cotton swabs
Sweet Treats: Gourmet Popcorn Balls
Field Trip Fun: Prepare for your field trip to Ruby’s Arcade by making a Rube Goldberg machine! Also, paint with a school bus in School Bus Process Art, in preparation for your visit to the Harrisonburg Department of Public Transportation.
Pokemon Go!: We will meet to get ready and set, then we will Go! Gypsy Hill Park and discuss Pokedex!
Drama Kings and Queens: Acting for Children: Character Development/Games. Practice play.
International Cooking: We’re heading West from the Middle East to Europe! Join us and cook a delicious Italian dish!
Wednesday: Field trips!
Spies Decoded: Cypher Wheel
A versatile code. The same message can be written in many different ways depending on the keycode you chose. Even if you know that the Cypher Wheel was used to write a message, you can only break it if you know the key. Come and learn how to identify the key.
Water Fun (and science!): What items absorb water and what items repel water? Using eye droppers and colored water we will observe various items such as ziploc bags, tin foil, sponges, cotton, bread, soil, wax paper, felt, napkins, crackers.
In the Garden: Check for sprouting and weeds, assess water need, plant more seeds, and journal!
Cheer: Work on routine!
Don’t Try This At Home! (Experience is the best teacher):
Combustion! Light matches, boil water in a paper cup, make a pasta bomb fuse.
How to be a Warrior Cat: Learn about dangers to cats! Make a cork cat craft!
Crochet Circle: Continuing project started on September 19th. Making mug rugs for Valley Mission.
Cosmetology:DIY lovers take heed! Make your own pumpkin sugar face scrub and moisturizing mask!