GRADE 4 AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Non Fee Based Activities
Students may choose to up three
Fee Based Activities
3:45 pm – 4:45 pm
Fun activities and exercises that help students learn Math.
Art Club is open for first, second and third grade students and gives them the opportunity to learn and apply basic art techniques and process. We will explore a variety of materials including but not limited to chalk, oil pastels, clay, and basic drawing, paint and collage materials.
The kids will be a part of dramatic plays and activities.
Kids Mind Project
Thinking outside the box by playing with brain games, developing self awareness using mindfulness, deepening critical view in storytelling and overcoming linear logic through exercising reasonable thinking are the targets of this the Kids Mind Project. This activity also focuses on the broadening of students aptitudes and interests.
Student will learn basics strategies and advanced chess moves.
Wildcat Ambassadors gives students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and various projects. The a
Elementary School Choir
The goal is to have Elementary School choir rehearsals in order to perform at major ISC events and activities.
The Eco Club will be exploring nature and learning about native plants and animals through outdoor activities around the ISC campus. Students will be doing gardening and conservation work to make our school greener. They will learn about the importance of protecting our natural environment through hands on activities.
Cooking class to educate kids from a young age about the importance of cooking and to give them the lifelong skills to prepare healthy, nutritious meals.
This club will make science engaging for elementary students through hands-on experiments. We will pick projects together, set up the experiment, and then talk about the results we see.
This club is for students who want to be Green Leaders at ISC. The students will help ISC become a greener school by doing special projects that help protect nature. Students will explore nature at ISC and teach others how we can take better care of our planet. All Elementary students may sign up for this activity but there will be a selection process afterwards. There is a limit of three students from each grade level who will be selected by a committee to join the club.
Sign Language (SL) is a natural language that serves as the predominant sign language of deaf communities. SL uses manual communication to convey meaning. This may include the simultaneous use of hand gestures, movement, orientation of the fingers, arms or body, and facial expressions to convey the ideas of an interlocutor.
Elementary Futsal practice for students.
Futsal Sub 9
Elementary Futsal practice for students up to 9 years old. The student’s year of birth must be up to Aug 1, 2009.
Futsal Sub 11
Elementary Futsal practice for students up to 11 years old. The student’s year of birth must be up to Aug 1, 2007.
Students will work on two projects during the semester. The main one is a soccer robot and the second one is still TBD. By the end of classes, students will take their projects home.
Cost: R$ 1032. Supplies included. | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 3044-1109.
At the Gymnastics classes, students work with hand equipment, ropes, bows, tapes in addition to body movement and acrobatic elements.
Cost: R$ 790 for the semester (twice a week). | Email: email@example.com | Phone: 99207-7278.
Judo classes for children. Supply needed: full kimono and flip-flops.
Cost: R$ 745 upfront or 3 installments of R$ 260 (once a week) / R$ 1490 or 3 installments of R$ 520 (twice a week). | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 99206-5581.
Korean martial art focused on self-defense.
Cost: R$ 650 for the semester. | Email: email@example.com | Phone: 99678-8088.
Movements and techniques of the Capoeira game.
Cost: R$ 540 for the semester or R$ 150 per month (once a week) / R$ 900 or 2 installments of R$ 450 for the semester or R$ 250 per month (twice a week). | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 99888-2456.
Collective teaching strings. Musicalization through practice instrumental and orchestral training with the violin.
Cost: R$ 2310 or 5 installments of R$ 462. Students must bring their own instrument | Email: email@example.com.
Jazz Dance classes involve a diversity of movements and rhythms, looking for technique, social, emotional and cognitive development of students.
Cost: R$ 1000 (5% discount upfront) or 5 installments of R$ 200 (check). | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 3434-2030.
Singing lessons and vocal training for kids ages 7 and up. Covers key elements of vocal instruction, from warm-up exercises and breath control to high-range technique, harmonies and more.
Cost: One-time registration fee R$ 150 + cash payment: R$ 1395. Deferred payment: 5 x R$ 300. | Email: email@example.com | Phone 3085-1971 / 98865-8633.
Acoustic guitar lessons for beginners’ levels, ages 7 and up. Covers key elements of guitar instruction, from finger and hand positioning to scales and arpeggios.
Cost: One-time registration fee R$ 150 + Cash payment: R$ 1395. Deferred payment: 5 x R$ 300. Once a week: R$ 1395 upfront or 5 installments of R$ 300. | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 3085-1971 / 98865-8633.
Happy Code – Construct
Programming classes for children. Classes are twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays).
Cost: R$ 1740 for the course. | Email: email@example.com.