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Elementary Level (grades 1-5)

Discovery learning is still emphasized with students in this grade level as classes become more specialized. Students in this grade level should be able to read and perform basic writing skills. Some classes will require weekly homework assignments. Students may need to purchase books or additional resources.
Art from the Heart Tuesday 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
This introductory, sensory-focused art class will explore the elements and principles of art and design and art history. Dynamic art projects emphasize personal visual narrative and cross-curricular integration. There will be consistent focus on problem solving, higher level thinking skills, and character development.
Elementary Speech Club (3rd – 5th grade) Tuesday 3:30 – 4:30 pm
Speech is important and there are many ways to develop good communication skills. Students will be introduced to a variety of speeches in fun, interactive exercises through literature and creative writing.
IEW: Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales (3rd - 4th grade) Wednesday 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
This course develops composition, grammar, vocabulary, and reading skills while students read and write fables, myths, and fairy tales. Each week, class involves writing homework which includes studying vocabulary, writing, proofreading and editing. Daily writing is encouraged.
IEW: Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons (5th - 6th grade) Wednesday 12:30 am - 3:00 pm
Students will write about six major ancient civilizations--Sumer, Egypt, Israel, Babylon, Greece, and Rome--using the Institute for Excellence in Writing's materials which focuses on the structure and style of writing. Vocabulary, grammar, and literature discussion are included
Science Adventures Wednesday 12:30 - 3:00 pm
Students embark on an ecological journey to study four unique habitats: oceans, deserts, rain forests and wetlands. Learn about the geology and weather that helps to form these unusual environments and the particular (and sometimes unusual) plants and animals that call these habitats their home.
Tapestry of Grace (4th-9th grade) Thursday 9:30 – 12:00
We are very excited to be able to offer this wonderful Christian-based homeschool curriculum to our Stone Hill Learning Center students. Tapestry of Grace is an award-winning curriculum that uses the history of the world to guide students through an amazing education in the humanities. This course is designed for different age groups and is very adaptable for each student’s needs and levels. Students will explore History, Literature, and Geography from the Fall of Rome to the French Revolution including the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation including the Revolutionary Eras of America and France. Students will be required to complete weekly reading and homework assignments.