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  • CABS- Child and Babysitting Safety (Grades 4-8)

    Learn the responsibilities of being a babysitter.Topics include starting your own babysitting business, child development, proper feeding & diapering techniques, personal safety, medical emergencies, basic first aid care and fire safety.The CABS book (yours to keep) and the course were developed by the American Safety and Health Institute and approved by the American Pediatrics Association. Please enter through door #13 and bring a snack to class.About the instructor Lori HameisterAs the owner of Little Bit of Guidance, Lori Hameister brings many years of experience to the training and mentoring she provides in the Early Childhood community.She has worked as an independent trainer for 14 years and contracts with Child Care Resource and Referral (CCRR), the Center for Inclusive Child Care (CICC), Minnesota Association for the Education of the Young Child (MnAEYC), Minnesota School Age Childcare Association (MnSACA) and Eager-to-Learn Online.She provides a variety of youth and adult/family classes for the Rochester Public School District as well as several other surrounding school districts Community Education programs.She is an approved trainer with the Minnesota Center for Professional Development, a Certified Trainer for the American Safety and Health Institute, a Master and Credentialed Mentor and obtained her A.A.S. degree in Child Development at Rochester Community & Technical College (RCTC) in May, 2009. She operated her own family child care business for 20 years in Eyota, MN. For more information about the CABS: Child and Baby-sitting classes,contact Lori via email at lIttlebitmoo@gmailcom or give her a call at 507-288-1943.Check out the Little Bit of Guidance website: www.littlebitofguidance.com
  • Coding - Advanced Scratch® Video Games(Grades 2-5)

    STEM Video Game Enrichment for the 21st Century learner. This {YEL!} Advanced Video Game class follows four basic components:•Teach It!…Students learn advanced and review intermediate video game design techniques (animation, cumulative scoring, conditional statements, etc.) •Code It!… Students use Scratch® to code their own video games: i.e. maze runner, asteroid smash and more. •Explore It!…Students can write their own video game code, experiment with it and test new options. Our collaborative learning environment encourages students to learn from each other.•Keep It!…Students can keep their video games online with Scratch® and can access it and expand upon it at anytime. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. Prerequisites: Students should either 1) have taken a previous {YEL!} Junior Coding class (Video Games or Storytelling); or 2) have prior experience coding with Scratch®. Scratch® is an MIT created and monitored, kid-safe web interface. It uses a drag and drop programming interface to teach students of all levels coding practices. Your child will receive a Scratch user name and password so they can access their projects from any computer at anytime.
  • Fencing (Grades 2-5)

    Get pumped and primed for the year end, Spring Fencing Championship.* Coaches will also hold an in-class tournament toward the end of the session. Each {YEL!} fencing class follows four basic components: •Teach It!…Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. •Practice It!…Students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners and repeat. •Move It!…Students then participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far. •Play It!…10-15 minutes each class students fence with multiple fencers at their skill level. Spring sessions include an in-class tournament. All equipment provided. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. *Spring Fencing Championship invites students from all over the state. There is a separate fee. Students are encouraged to attend, but not required.
  • Fencing (Grades 6-12)

    Get pumped and primed for the year end, Spring Fencing Championship.* Coaches will also hold an in-class tournament toward the end of the session. Each {YEL!} fencing class follows four basic components: •Teach It!…Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. •Practice It!…Students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners and repeat. •Move It!…Students then participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far. •Play It!…10-15 minutes each class students fence with multiple fencers at their skill level. Spring sessions include an in-class tournament. All equipment provided. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. *Spring Fencing Championship invites students from all over the state. There is a separate fee. Students are encouraged to attend, but not required.
  • Flag Football (Grades 2-5)

    Get ready to dash to the end zone with our high-octane Flag Football course. Develop your basic passing, catching, defending, and teamwork skills. Safety and sportsmanship are emphasized. Each week we do basic skill-building exercises followed by action-packed games to cement those skills. Sure to energize young athletes!
  • Grandmasters of Chess (Grades K-5)

    Bring your chess dollars and get pumped and prepped for the year-end, in-class tournament. Each {YEL!} Chess class follows four basic components: •Teach It!…{YEL!} has 50+ chess lessons and thousands of chess puzzles crafted by WIM Serafima Sokolovskaya, including skewers, pawn endgames, discover check, etc. •Practice It!…Students practice positions set by the coach to improve their understanding of the concept. •Puzzle It!…Students are given chess puzzles and work with coach guidance to solve them. •Play It!…Each class ends with students playing 20-30 minutes of chess. Coaches often feature in-class tournaments during the session. Class fee includes ChessKid.com membership for the session (a $49 annual value). Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. 
  • Home Alone (Grades 3+)

    Just mention the words “Home Alone,” and children think of the excitement depicted in the movies of the same name. The reality of being home alone can evoke fear and anxiety in many children. Whether left alone for an hour after school or several hours a day during the summer, children should feel comfortable being alone. This workshop for children will address several topics to relating to being “Home Alone”. Topics include personal safety tips, stranger danger, basic first aid, fire safety, handling the unexpected, internet safety, dealing with loneliness and boredom, storm safety, dealing with siblings as well as trust and honesty. Please enter at door #13 and bring a snack to class. Instructor: Lori Hameister
  • Land of 10,000 Flakes (Grades K-5)

    Join us to paint "Land of 10,000 Flakes"!  We will have a MN stencil that we will use. You do not need any Art experience to join the class. Fun for all ages! Class is geared towards school age - adult. $24 per painter includes 11x14 canvas, all supplies and step by step instructions.For more information please visit www.sunshineandrosescanvaspainting.com
  • Monster Mash (Grades K-5)

     Come and create a not so scary monster!  No Art experience is needed! Class is geared towards school age- adult. $24 per painter includes 11x14 canvas, all supplies and step by step instructions.www.sunshineandrosescanvaspainting.com
  • Pulley Engineers (Grades 1-5)

    STEM Enrichment using LEGO® bricks for the 21st Century learner. Each {YEL!} STEM class follows four basic components:•Teach It!…Each class students are taught the basic STEM engineering concepts behind each project. •Build It!… Students use LEGO® bricks to build a street sweeper, racer and design their own egg beater. •Explore It!…Then they use that project to explore the basic engineering concepts - this session is focused on pulleys concepts. •Play It!…Finally they play with their project, modify it, create extensions and have fun working with it. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. For more details about {YEL!} STEM classes, visit YouthEnrichmentLeague.com. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program.
  • Roam Free (Grades K-5)

    Roam Free! Choose to paint a horse or a unicorn! Both options will be offered at the same class! This painting will be fun for ALL ages! We will be using glitter and gold leaf to accent our paintings! No Art experience or skill is needed. There is a stencil for the horse. Class is geared towards school aged kids. Under school age will need an assistant to attend the class with them. Adults are welcome and encouraged to register and paint too.$24 per painter includes 11x14 canvas, all supplies and step by step instructions. Multiple paint colors will be offered. Instructor is Penni Kittelson Owner of Sunshine and Roses Traveling Art Studio - http://www.sunshineandrosescanvaspainting.com
  • Spring Break

    Come enjoy Spring Break with us.  If you are currently enrolled in SAC please register through your SAC account.  We will be based out of Washington again this year.  Each day we have a  great field trips lined up for kids in grades K-5.  Each child will need a completely disposable sack lunch.  We are open from 6:30 am - 5:30 pm.  Times listed below are times we are offsite.  Please list any allergies or medical conditions (and medications needed)  at registration.  There is a limited amount of spots available.  Families may be put on a wait list.  
  • Swim- Level 3

    This level of swim focuses on stroke readiness. Students must be 48 inches tall, feel comfortable in the OMS pool and be able to submerge their face for 3 seconds. Lessons will include front crawl with breathing fundamentals of elementary backstroke, use of life jackets, treading water, self rescue skills and rescue breathing.
  • Swim- Level 4

    This level focuses on stroke development. Lessons include: building endurance by swimming the elementary backstroke, front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke at increased distances, basics of the breaststroke, sidestroke, turning at the wall and familiarity of CPR.
  • Youth Elite Soccer Athlete Training

    Take your athlete's soccer game to the next level! Focus on foot work skills, Intensive skill drills, First touch, Trapping, Passing, 1 v 1, Increase speed, Agility, Muscle balance, and Injury prevention.