Kidokinetics Sports & PE Program Thursdays from September through December 9:00am – 9:30am (Ages 3-5) 9:40am – 10:10am (Ages 6-8) 10:20am – 10:50am (Ages 9-up) $28/month or $95 for September through December (siblings are $10/month or $35)
Register online here or at the Morrisville Aquatics and Fitness Center
Kidokinetics Sports & PE program is designed as a comprehensive physical education program for homeschooled children and/or those seeking to add additional physical education to their weekly schedule. We follow standards set forth by the National Association for Physical Education (NASPE).
Through the introduction of a variety of sports and physical activities, our program teaches children the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to participate in a variety of sports and physical activities, to understand the importance of healthful physical activity and to develop core competencies in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns.
Homeschool Open Gym Tuesdays (Starts September 3, 2013)
10:30am – 12:30pm
Calling all homeschoolers in the Millbrook area and around Raleigh. Join us for open gym each Tuesday. Staff will provide equipment, you provide the fun. Great way to get some midday wiggles out before school starts back again in the afternoon and an opportunity to meet other home school students in your neighborhood.
Let’s Get Active – Homeschool Sports & Games Monthly Sessions: Fridays, September 6-27, 2013 Fridays, October 4-25, 2013 Fridays, November 1-29, 2013
11:00am – 12:00pm Ages 5-13 All four monthly sessions for $17 or $5/day.
Get your homeschooler active in this unique program at Millbrook Exchange Center. Coach Shawn will guide your homeschooler through a variety of sports and games that will keep your child moving and having fun. Coach Shawn is skilled in a variety of sports and specializes in working with youth sports. Each week will feature a different activity or sport. Class meets each Friday! Sign up today because space is limited.
Please confirm events with the venue before attending.
Can Junior FIRST® LEGO® League teams help us master natural disasters? In the 2013 DISASTER BLASTER℠ Challenge, over 22,000 children ages 6 to 9 from 12 countries will explore the awe-inspiring storms, quakes, waves and more that we call natural disasters. Teams will learn how science, technology, engineering, and math impact our everyday lives while they get excited about future innovations. Brace yourself for DISASTER BLASTER! Each year, Jr.FLL presents a new and exciting Challenge to ignite the inherent creativity in young children. While exploring natural disasters, teams will learn about simple machines as they build a model made of LEGO® elements with a motorized part and learn to present information through a Show Me Poster. Throughout their experience, teams will operate under Jr.FLL’s signature set of Core Values.
Start a Team:
Jr.FLL teams are comprised of 2-6 children, ages 6-9. Generally we consider the upper age limit of 9 to be “hard” and the lower limit of 6 to be “soft”. If, after taking in the child’s developmental level, you feel they are capable of participating on a team, then by all means they’re allowed. We have found that kids younger than 6 can be very overwhelmed by the experience and those older than 9 may be bored or not wanting to “play with the little kids”. Remember, for kids that are 9 to 14, FIRST offers the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) program.
We highly recommend having at least two members on a team, so that children may truly benefit from the team experience.
FIRST does not create the teams or match children to teams. Any adult can start a team at their local level. However, FIRST has a matching system for parents to connect with others to form teams. Try FIRST TeamUp!
Anyone can start a Jr.FLL team. Frequently teams are made up of neighborhood groups, school groups, home school organizations, Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts, family members, and after school programs.
Jr.FLL teams generally meet for 6-8 weeks. Each session should last for about one to two hours, once or twice a week. Many teams meet after school or during another group activity, such as during a Girl Scout or Boy Scout troop meeting.
Season materials are available electronically once you register. Season materials include Challenge documents, coaches guide, access to private forums and acces to the Jr.FLL Online Showcase.
New Life Camp
9927 Falls of Neuse Rd
Raleigh, NC 27614
Homeschool Enrichment Activities – Clubs & Clinics Thursdays from September 19, 2013 – November 21st, 2013 Various Classes from 9:30am – 3:25pm
K – 7th Grade
$80 – $115/Class (Cost Varies By Class)
See Schedule & Pricing Here Registration Starts Wednesday, May 29th at 10:00am