CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY SCHOOL, FORBES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WITH JENNA ROBB
Teamwork, a safe space for exploration and risk-taking, and an understanding of the creative process are imperative to nurturing the minds and hands that will face the challenges of our future. ASAP!’s Metamorphosis Project provides the opportunity for students in grades 3-5 to apply science concepts to real-life design and engineering projects. Metamorphosis teaching artists empower students to understand their value as artists, writers, designers, scientists, and engineers. Outside of the classroom, students work with environmental scientists spending time in nature at Connecticut land preserves learning about stream ecology, endangered species, and gathering data that is brought back to their classroom for further exploration. Metamorphosis culminates in an exhibit for the schools where the designs and creations of these talented young minds are displayed for the public and school community.
TUESDAYS, OCTOBER 22 - NOVEMBER 12, 2019
Good Food! Good Thoughts! Good Life! Students practice the art of self-reliance, self-discipline and sound nutrition while having lots of fun and creating great food.
SEPTEMBER 26 - OCTOBER 17, 2019
Get ready to play in the mud and use your imagination to design and make fun pottery pieces! Experience the joy of working with clay while learning about structure, shapes, and form.