Homeschool Support Network

What is the Homeschool Support Network?

-A resource library for parents to access curriculum and support materials

-Parent Support meetings and events

-Book Clubs and Field Trips

-Tuesday Morning Homeschool Club (9:00-12:00)

 

What is Homeschool Club? How can we participate?

Parents: Schedule your appointments and run your errands between 9:00-12:00 on Tuesdays. Your kids will have fun here at Homeschool Club. Suggested donation of $5 a week. This is for homeschooled children ages 5-10. No weekly commitment. Come when you can.

9:00-9:30 Opening Activities

9:30-10:00 Snack and Stories

10:00-11:00 Themed Activities*

11:00-12:00 Games in the GYM

 

*Homeschool Club Themes for Spring 2019:

January 8: Paul Bunyan

January 15: Music

January 22: Dental Health

January 29: Fire Safety

February 5: Chinese New Year (and a Mr. Richard concert at 9:30 for $1)

February 12: Valentine’s Day

February 19: Presidents

February 26: Maps

March 5: Mardi Gras

March 12: Ice Cream

March 19: No Homeschool Club (Spring Break)

March 26: Fables

April 2: Board Games

April 9: Butterflies

April 16: Easter Egg Hunt

April 23: Cooking Day

April 30: Movie and Book Day (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs)

May 7: Mother’s Day

May 14: Animals

May 21: Water Day (Last Homeschool Club)

 

 

Join Today! This will get you on our mailing list. This does not register your child(ren) for Homeschool Club. You just show up on a Tuesday if you want to participate in Homeschool Club.

https://firstchurchoviedokids.churchcenter.com/people/forms/2699

 

 

Introducing Crazy 8’s Club

We will be doing some fun math activities for K-2nd and 3rd-5th Grade students at Homeschool Club. It’s nothing like your usual math club. With Crazy 8s kids will build glow-in-the-dark structures, crack secret spy codes and play games like Toilet Paper Olympics.

 

T-shirts for sale on Tuesdays at Homeschool Club drop-off: $10 each

 

FIELD TRIP

We will meet at the Maitland Train Station by 9:30 at the latest to get tickets and take the SunRail into Sanford (departure time of 9:43). The Trolley will take us from the train station to downtown Sanford. We will tour the Sanford History Museum, visit the Visitor’s Center, hang out at the Sanford Libary, play at Fort Mellon Park, and return to train station by Trolley. We will arrive back in Maitland at 1:59pm.
Cost: Tickets are $3.75 for round-trip.
Kids 7-18 are 50% off and Kids under 6 are free.
The trolley and museum are free. Pack a picnic lunch and your Seminole County library card if you would like to check out books.

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