7230 E 29th St. N. Wichita, KS 67226  |  316.683.2500  |  theartparkwichita@cox.net

MONART DRAWING CLASSES

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Improve your child’s fine motor skills, attention span and handwriting – join us for Monart drawing classes! Students learn the basics of drawing while experimenting with new media including design quality markers, colored pencils, chalk pastel, watercolor and much more. Tuition includes all high quality materials. Monart Instructor will pick up your child for class and deliver them to Panther care afterwards if needed, please send a nut and peanut free snack with your child each week.

Ages: 1st-5th grade, Meets Wed. 3:15-4:15 in the Lower Elem. Room at WMS

FIRST SEMESTER: AUSTRALIAN ANIMALS
PAINT A KOALA ON CANVAS!
Draw and paint some of the strangest and most dangerous animals on earth! Projects include the blue ringed octopus, koala, kangaroo, cockatoo, platypus, cassowary bird, kiwi bird, frilled lizard and many more. Students will enjoy lots of fun media including wax pastels, water soluble graphite sticks, acrylic paint, and collage.

Meets: Sept. 11, 18, 25; Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.

Tuition is $165 for 8 weeks. SECOND CHILD ½ PRICE

SECOND SEMESTER: FANTASTIC BEASTS
PAINT NEWT SCAMANDER AND PICKETT ON CANVAS!
If you like the world of magic join us to draw, paint and make sculptures inspired by characters from Fantastic Beasts! Projects include making a Fwooper, Kelpie, Niffler, Occamy, Bowtruckle, Thunderbird, Demiguise and more! Students will use their imaginations to draw these unique fantasy animals and enjoy lots of fun water media.

Meets: Nov. 6, 13, 20; Dec. 4, 11, 18, Jan. 8, 15.

Tuition is $165 for the 8 weeks. SECOND CHILD ½ PRICE

THIRD SEMESTER: OPTICAL ILLUSIONS
PAINT A BULGING HEART ON CANVAS!
In this exciting “Op Art” class students will learn how to create work that can trick the eye by combining or layering different lines, patterns and shapes. Projects include radial paper designs, parabolic lines, a waving flag, op art cubes inspired by artist Bridget Riley and tessellations by M.C. Escher. Perfect for any child that enjoys art, math or making things with their hands.

Meets: Jan. 22, 29; Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26; Mar. 4, 11.

Tuition is $165 for the 8 weeks. SECOND CHILD ½ PRICE

FOURTH SEMESTER: SCULPTURE & MOSAIC
USE CARVING AND WOODBURNING TOOLS!
This class is perfect for anyone that likes to use tools, build with their hands, get a little messy and make sculptures. Projects include a mosaic animal, a glass block lantern, wood assemblage, use wood burning tools on a picture frame and plaster pour creations.

Meets: Mar. 25; Apr. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; May 6, 13, 20.

Tuition is $185 for the 9 weeks. SECOND CHILD ½ PRICE

Questions? Call or text The Art Park 683-2500 or email TheArtParkWichita@cox.net


Learning With Legos After School

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LEARN HOW TO CODE USING A SPHERO BALL, LEGO WEDO ROBOTICS AND IPADS
Ignite your child’s desire to learn while enhancing their skills in science, engineering, technology, and coding. Students will be divided into groups to solve challenges each week through the use of Lego kits including WeDo Robotics 2.0, educational apps on iPads, a Sphero ball and more. These fun challenges will teach your young engineers and coders how to develop their own code, test the code and then work together to problem solve any mistakes. Students will be encouraged to use a “Growth Mindset,” meaning, don’t give up, learn from your mistakes and trying new things is fun! We hope in learning to code and participate in these fun challenges our students will learn to see failure as a springboard for growth and learning new skills. These classes are perfect for any child that is creative, likes to build with their hands, is a problem solver or is interested in robotics and coding. *Instructor will pick up your child for class and deliver them to Panther care afterwards if needed, please send a nut and peanut free snack with your child each week.

Meets: Fri. 3:15-4:15 in the Flex Rm. on TIS campus, Ages: 1-5th gr.

First Session: Nov. 8, 15, 22; Dec. 6, 13; Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31. Tuition is $135.00 SECOND CHILD ½ PRICE!

Second Session: Apr. 17, 24; May 1, 8, 15. All new lessons! Lego WeDo Robotics 2.0 will be introduced. Tuition is $75.00 SECOND CHILD ½ PRICE!


SCIENCE CLUB
FOR CURIOUS KIDS

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Science Club is ideal for students interested in science, math, engineering, literature, creating, exploring, analyzing data, building and working with others that have similar interests. Each semester will bring a new theme and involves a series of core concept ideas including an engineering component where students will have the opportunity to test and design a prototype. Additionally, students will practice working both independently and as a team in order to foster collaboration, communication, and social skills. Work from class will come home and photos from class will be posted on Facebook each week so parents can enjoy seeing their kids in action. We hope to see your curious kid in classes soon! *Instructor will pick up your child for class and deliver them to Panther care afterwards if needed, please send a nut and peanut free snack with your child each week.

Meets Fridays 3:15-4:15 in the Flex Rm. on TIS campus, Ages 1-5th gr.

Harry Potter Science – Experience what it’s like to be a student at Hogwarts! Young scientists will construct a wand that can cast a Lumos spell using a simple circuit, learn to care for magical creatures, brew potions, construct a flying snitch launcher, cast spells, design a crystal ball, and make their own Marauders Map. We solemnly swear that each student will learn the science behind each project and work through the engineering design process.

Meets: Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27; Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25.

Tuition is $120 for the eight weeks. Second child ½ price!

Geo Kids – Calling all rock collectors – this class is for you! Students will examine rocks, minerals, and fossils to see how each are formed and conduct tests to study the unique characteristics of each. Our planet is constantly changing, therefore, young scientists will simulate the fascinating cycles of our planet through hands on projects and experiments. Projects include: make a model of planet earth out of dough, create edible candy rocks, make fossil imprints to take home, excavate plaster fossils and grow their own crystals.
Meets: Feb. 7, 21, 28; Mar. 6, 13, 27; Apr. 3.
Tuition is $105 for the seven weeks. Second child ½ price!