Description: Calling all aspiring archaeologists to the Skirball’s dig site! With the help of the archaeological staff in an ou ...read moreCalling all aspiring archaeologists to the Skirball’s dig site! With the help of the archaeological staff in an outdoor field laboratory, discover what we have in common with people who lived centuries ago.
Slip on an archaeologist’s vest, sift and sort to find ancient artifacts buried beneath the sand, weigh and examine your findings, and analyze clues to piece together the story of an ancient Iron Age town.
On Sundays, look out for the Hands on History touch-cart to get a real feel for the ancient world!
Dig activities may be moved indoors due to weather.
Drop in anytime during regular Museum hours; last entry at 4:30 p.m.
Ticket includes Museum admission | No reservations
Phone: (310) 440-4500
Address: 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049
Website: http://www.skirball.orgread less
Description: Wednesdays at 2:30pm. Take part in a guided journey through the Noah’s Ark galleries that brings the timeless stor ...read moreWednesdays at 2:30pm. Take part in a guided journey through the Noah’s Ark galleries that brings the timeless story to life through theater, music, movement, and more.
Address: 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles
Program subject to change or cancellation. read less
Description: Welcome to another fantastic year of Blue Star Baseball. Whether you are new to Blue Star or are a returning family ...read moreWelcome to another fantastic year of Blue Star Baseball. Whether you are new to Blue Star or are a returning family, we would appreciate if you would please read through this entire email!
Registration for the 2017 Season is now open at our website www.bluestarbaseball.com.
*The registration fee through November 30, 2016 is $225 ($200 for T-Ball).
Starting December 1, 2016 the fees go up to $275 (sorry, but all players must register and pay online; we are unable to accommodate any other methods of payment).
Tryouts are scheduled for Sunday, December 4, 2016 (no tryouts for T-Ball). More information to follow. If you are not available on that day don’t fear, your child will still be picked on a team. The drafts will take place in mid-late December (the T-Ball draft takes place in January).
If there is any additional information you want to share with the league, please include it in the field we have created on the registration page.
For anyone who is interested in Managing or Assistant Coaching a team, you must also register your information online (there is no fee to do this). Please indicate in the registration questionnaire if you would like to be matched up with a specific Manager or Coach. read less
Description: A cutting edge, growing company based in Los Angeles that uses cooking as an experiential tool to teach both secular ...read moreA cutting edge, growing company based in Los Angeles that uses cooking as an experiential tool to teach both secular academic disciplines (math, science, history) and Judaic Study. Students range from Pre-K through adults. Additionally, the company boasts a Hillel division where we conduct workshops at college campuses across the country as well as a Special Needs division (CKA's Friends Community) that bring the curriculum to the Special Needs community. They also have a national presence through the summer camp programs. www.culinarykidsacademy.com read less
Description: Tefillah, Parashat Hashuva, Hebrew Reading & Middot for kids in K-5th; Bar or Bat Mitzvah Club for boys and girl ...read moreTefillah, Parashat Hashuva, Hebrew Reading & Middot for kids in K-5th; Bar or Bat Mitzvah Club for boys and girls in 6th-8th; Open to Jewish students regardless of where they attend school; free, aside from a small book fee! Monthly family events also available!
Contact Person: Rabbi Avraham Wagshul;
Address: 9120 W. Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212;
Website: http://hillelhebrew.orgread less
Description: PJ Library in Los Angeles is proud to partner with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation to bring you PJ Our Way™, a new ...read morePJ Library in Los Angeles is proud to partner with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation to bring you PJ Our Way™, a new chapter of PJ Library for kids ages 9-11.
You are invited to enroll now, and as an added bonus, former PJ Library members can sign up as early as age 8-and-a-half!
To sign up, go to: https://www.pjourway.org/read less
Description: NEW at Wise! We are proud to offer after-school enrichment for preschool through grade 6. Wise students, as well as ...read moreNEW at Wise! We are proud to offer after-school enrichment for preschool through grade 6. Wise students, as well as our local community, are welcome to explore our many activities in a safe, supportive, and fun environment. Parents will love the new extended hours and homework club option every day! Registration opens August 25.
Contact us at 310.889.2345 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basketball (K-3): In this fun and active class, students will learn basic basketball skills and scrimmage. It is a fun and active way to improve hand-eye coordination, communications skills and self-esteem! Taught by the skillful Coach Marc Iadanza from Parker-Anderson Enrichment.
Chess (K-6): *NEW DAY* Learning and playing chess is a fun way to increase concentration, build memory and sequencing skills and enhance problem solving/math skills. Students will learn the fundamentals of chess and basic strategies. Taught by Chess Wizards.
Gardening (K-6): Do you like working with plants and animals? Do you want to know how to grow your own fruits and vegetables and eat what you grow? Do you want to help butterflies and other animals live on campus? This is the club for you! Taught by the new Science teacher, Mrs Coatney!
Hip Hop (K-6): *NEW DAY* With exciting dance steps and challenging combinations, children learn to control and coordinate their bodies while working together to produce entertaining dances. Taught by the talented Miss. Cina, who has been working in the CYE afterschool programs and Camp Wise programs teaching hip hop for the past year.
Homework Club (K-6): Homework Club provides a place after school where students can unwind from a long day, eat a snack and spend time finishing their homework. Students will work on their homework with friends or individually while supervised by CYE staff. Homework help provided by CYE staff. Also, open to Kindergarteners who need to stay later! Drop-ins are accepted by phone or online purchase before 1pm that day. Pick-up is at carpool at 5pm.
Keyboarding (Grades 3-5 only): This class is specially designed for students who have basic skills and need to practice typing to develop speed and accuracy. Each student will be on their own level, but receive guidance and support from the instructor. Taught by the new science teacher, Mrs. Coatney!
Kindergarten Extended (K only): Kindergarteners can stay an extra hour any day to play on the kindergarten yard with CYE staff until 3:30pm pick-up. Registration by semester preferred, but drop-ins are accepted by phone or online purchase before 1pm that day. Students are taken to regular carpool at 3:30pm. They must be signed out.
Lego Workshop (K Only): Learn basic building techniques and explore your creativity in the technology innovation lab with lego robotics kits. Taught by the pioneering Judy Hoffman, who also teaches technology at Wise School and supervises Lego Robotics teams for grades 1-6.
Martial Arts (K-6): Students will learn the fundamentals of martial arts with an emphasis on discipline, safety, and fun. Classes are designed for fun, learning new skills, and to becoming knowledgeable not in the art of self-defense, but in the lessons of life. Taught by the sweet Master Bella, from Lions TKD.
Minecraft (K-6): *NEW* Learn Minecraft building techniques, details of command blocks, and some basic computer programming. Kids learn strategy, team building, and cooperation skills while playing Minecraft in a fun, safe, and supervised environment! Taught by Parker Anderson Enrichment.
Rhythm and Math (K Only): *NEW * Students learn how to understand and master musical rhythm in a group setting while playing on beautiful hand-percussion instruments like djembe, cajon, bongos, shakers, and darbuka. We use a visualization system called The Rhythm Compass™ (taught at UCLA and UCD) that makes understanding rhythmic relationships fun and easy. The mathematics of rhythm are counting and cardinality, operations, ratios, and algebraic thinking. Taught by the talented Trey Macias from Sound Formation, Inc. an outstanding music educator that has trained in our unique method.
Soccer (K-6): Taught by Soccer Shots, the leader in youth soccer development for children ages 2-8 by teaching principles and life skills like confidence, respect, honest, and teamwork though their high-energy, quality soccer program.
Stretch-N-Grow (K Only): *NEW*: Students will learn to warm-up and stretch, moving to music, learning movement and coordination skills using a lot of props (e.g., tunnels, balance beams, cones, various balls, etc.) and playing games, while getting increasingly fit. Taught by Five-Star Enrichment
Address: 15500 Stephen S. Wise Dr., Los Angeles,
Website: http://www.wisela.org/enrichment/read less