** Some enrichment programs may have an additional participation fee
The ZumbaŽ Kids program is the dance-fitness party for young Zumba fans ages 3-12, where they can play it loud and rock with peers to their own rules! This program features age-appropriate music and moves that get kids movin' to the beat. It's all about feeling fearless on the dance floor, reinforcing the idea that it's okay to just be yourself and dance like no one's watching while being active.
Hands-on gardening is the perfect way for children to get outside and get their hands dirty. Guided by teachers, kids plant, tend, and harvest fresh produce; prepare and taste the fruits of their labor.
Did you know? The oldest method of food preservation is drying. The edible seeds of tomatoes can be dried in a warm oven. Many plants (grasses, beans, and sunflowers, for instance) dry naturally as a part of their life cycle.
Olu's Center offers cooking classes to children in a safe learning environment that encourages discovery and creativity.
The cooking program gives children opportunities to participate in fun, developmentally appropriate cooking experiences. They will learn about recipes, ingredients, cooking vocabulary, and the importance of a healthy diet.
The curriculum includes lessons on picnics, pizza, and heart-healthy meals.
We are partnered with an art program that provides theater, drawing and paintings, as well as music where children will be engaged on a weekly basis.
Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children. Our program teaches drawing while developing visual learning skills that give children of all ages an academic advantage in the classroom.
Speaking a foreign language improves the functionality of your brain by challenging it to recognise, negotiate meaning, and communicate in different language systems. This skill boosts your ability to negotiate meaning in other problem-solving tasks as well.
Students who study foreign languages tend to score better on standardised tests than their monolingual peers, particularly in the categories of maths, reading, and vocabulary.