WHEN: Saturday, May 6th, 2023 from 10:00 to approximately 11:30 AM. WHERE: Ed Landreth Auditorium at TCU NOTE: The numbers of dancers in each routine will be limited, and separated by school and/or dance instructor. FEES: There is a charge of $140.00 for this recital. This covers two recital costumes and the recital venue fee.
WHEN: Class Days & Times During May 2023. WHERE: Held right at your little star's school. NOTE: This option is either in person or via Zoom (school dependent) on your dancer's regularly scheduled dance day/time. If the recital is held via Zoom, parents can watch online, rather than in person, JUST LIKE the one we normally do at school :)!!! We will even be recording the Zoom event and will send you a FREE digital download :)!!! FEES: No recital fee, costumes are optional :).
When registering on our Parent Portal - Please find your kiddos school and then make sure you select the class at that school listed as "DAVINCI'S APPRENTICE" or "DA" :)
Here are just SOME of some of the amazing things we do in classes!!!
Can you actually pour water from one glass into another glass 2 feet away?! Yes you can! This week we'll learn all about the power water has to actually STICK!
Crystal Star Mobile:
Removing solute from the solution...sounds boring right?! Not with Davinci's Apprentice! This week we'll learn all about Chromatography and Engineering, and we'll make a really cool star mobile while we do it!
Salt Crystal Feathers
What could make possibly make a soft feather better? If it was all hard and crunchy of course! This week we'll actually take time to see the crystals forming and talk about what that means and how it happens :)!
This week we're going to make an awesome painting...but not with a paintbrush...we're using the forces of MOTION & GRAVITY instead of course! Swinging Pendulum = Paint Brush...Sir Isaac Newton would be so proud!
Everyone's heard of Cross-Linked Polyacrylate Copolymer right?! Well after this week your little scientist will not only know what it is...they will use it to make jiggly little crystal sponges! Bonus...they even drink water!
Is it a solid or a liquid...neither...it's a non-Newtonian fluid. WHAT?! This week we'll learn about the different states of matter and make a MESS doing it!
Miscible or Immiscible? What does that even mean?! This week we'll learn about density by making a floating marble pretty enough to display on your windowsill.
This week we'll use fizzy baking soda paint to learn about the different phases of the moon and why we can only see part of it at different times. This fun project lets our little scientists display their creative side and learn some astronomy in the process!
Did you know that salt is Hygroscopic? That means it can absorb both liquid water and water vapor in the air. We will use this amazing trait to paint with glue and a liquid dropper...it's gonna be awesome!
Coding a Lego Maze
Welcome to Coding 101. This introduction will teach your scientist about perspective and how to figure things out from a different point of reference than their own! This is an incredibly important skill for any scientist...plus we've made it fun by making it all about getting a little Lego person out of his maze!!!
And that's just the START!
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