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    Nick Rowan (flickr) (CC BY 2.0)

    Woodworking: Gr. 4-8

    Build a picture frame, a race car, catapult and trophy display base. Builders will learn to measure, cut, sand, paint and then take home each project they build. This Youth Enrichment League (YEL) class educates students on the use of basic tools (hammers, nails, screwdriver, measuring tape, t-square and more). SAFETY IS OUR FIRST PRIORITY. No power tools will be used in class. See YouthEnrichmentLeague.com for pictures of projects and more details. NOTE: Participants should be comfortable cutting using a small saw as well as using other hand tools. Students should wear clothes that can get paint on them.
  • Sunday morning chess (flickr) (CC BY 2.0)

    Chess Summer Camp: Gr. 1-5

    All levels welcome. The {YEL!} Teach It!…Practice It!...Play It! method keeps chess students progressing with 60+ chess lessons and thousands of puzzles as well as guided games and an end-of-week in-class tournament. Class fee includes ChessKid.com membership for the session. Battle summer brain drain...sign up today. Visit YELKids.com for more info.
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    Aaron Headly (flickr) (CC BY 2.0)

    Project Runway: Gr. 4-8

    Sweet summer projects! A tres-chic skirt, tie-top blouse, headband and more. No experience necessary. Students will make, showcase, and take home all their projects. Hand and machine sewing techniques are taught with SAFETY FIRST always in mind. The final day is a showcase where friends and family are invited to see the projects in action. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}.
  • Robotics Evolution: Gr. 4-8

    Students work in small groups of 2-3 and build multiple robots with sensors, program them to complete tasks like delivering food, cleaning nature, or reuniting animal friends. {YEL!}’s Teach It! Practice It! Play It!® classroom method emphasizes 21st Century Learning skills like STEM, teamwork, and problem solving. Sign up today! Visit YELKids.com for more information. NOTE: This course is a fantastic primer if you are interested in gaining experience for the FIRST® LEGO League annual robotics competition. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program. FIRST® is also a trademark. FIRST® does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program.
  • Destination Mars Rocketry: Gr. 2-5

    Launch and watch your very own rocket speed 300 feet into the air! Then it is yours to take home! Students will make and take home multiple rockets of varying difficulty throughout this session. We will use these rockets and airplanes to investigate basic aeronautical concepts including: propulsion, thrust, lift, drag and more. We will also hypothesize about travel in outer space, how to get a United States astronaut to Mars and life on Mars. Do you have the right stuff? Please visit YouthEnrichmentLeague.com for more information. NOTE: Parents will be asked to contribute two, 2 liter soda bottles (empty) for 2 different experiments. Fee includes $25 materials fee.
  • Engineers' Odyssey Auto Innovators: Gr. 3-8

    Are you ready to change the world through car creation? With LEGO® Bricks, you can design and construct a variety of cars, including wind-powered vehicles, high-performance drag racers, and rubber band-propelled cars. This educational program will guide you through the engineering and design process, teaching you how to create cars that are environmentally friendly and efficient. Are you the next Nikola Tesla? Start your odyssey today! LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program.