Willow Winter Weekends!

Another exciting Willow Weekend is coming up on January 20!

Registration is now closed for our Willow Winter Weekend. Sign up for our newsletter below to learn about more upcoming free family events. Grade K–7 students are invited to participate in one of our interactive and engaging workshops on January 20th from 10-11 a.m. Sign up using the form below! 

Workshop Options

Music Kids! (Grades K-2)
Come join Willow Music Teacher Ms. Stacey as you explore the different sounds and activities of music! Join us for an exciting day of music activities and fun games including movement, acting, composition, and percussion.

STEAM: Mystery Build! (Grades 2-5) Join Willow’s third grade teacher, Alicia Zurlo, to follow the steps of the Engineering Design Process! Build mystery structures using a materials bank and budget. Can you meet the design challenge while staying under budget? Tackling this technical challenge provides a great opportunity to practice skills such as creativity, critical thinking, financial literacy, and problem solving.

Intro to French Cooking (Grades 3-7) Bring your aprons to learn the basics of French cuisine with Willow’s French teacher, Madame Luborsky! Learn how important the origin, freshness, and character of each ingredient is — and how this connects us to the land. We will explore different regional traditions and how good nutrition became an art form, nurturing communities and nourishing all senses. We’ll end the class by making crepes!

Intro to Robotics: Make a Maze (Grades 3-7) Embark on a captivating exploration of robotics with Sphero, the dynamic rolling robot, and Willow’s Middle School Science Teacher, Ms. Caitlin! Elevate critical thinking and problem-solving skills by constructing a maze that considers intricate systems. Delve into programming as you guide your Sphero robot through the maze, applying systems thinking to optimize its navigation. This engaging experience not only introduces coding and robotics but also emphasizes the interconnected nature of systems, fostering a holistic understanding of technology. It’s a hands-on journey that seamlessly blends creativity, strategic planning, and systems thinking, providing a well-rounded introduction to the world of robotics. 10 participants max.

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