Classes and Tutoring

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Academics, extracurriculars, and fun…it’s all here! Any session can be small group or private, live or virtual.

Ages 3-6

Beginners Handwriting – 25 minutes sessions with a focus on writing a letter, number, or prewriting stroke. Multisensory teaching techniques based on the Handwriting Without Tears method are used. Play dough, a dry erase board or chalkboard, and paper and a writing utensil are all used.

Kids in the Kitchen – 25 minute sessions following simple recipes. In each session the chef will make a snack, entree, or dessert as they learn basic kitchen skills. The need supplies vary based on the recipe.

Letters and Numbers Bingo – 25 minutes of playing Bingo to reinforce letter and number identification and letter sounds. A board for uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and numbers will be provided. Seasonal themes are available.

Young Artists – 25 minute sessions of Process Art. Here, the steps used and experience creating is more important than the outcome. Each session explores a different way to create. The needed supplies vary based on the class focus.

Young Historians – 25 minute sessions focused on everything Social Studies geared toward US learners. We cover history, geography and maps, holidays, and more. Each class has a focus topic. All classes have a component in which we create something as part of a hands-on learning experience. The needed supplies vary by topic.

Young Scientists – 25 minute sessions with hands-on exploration covering all areas of Science. Each class has a focus topic. The supplies needed vary by topic.

Ages 6-8

Beginners Cursive Handwriting – 25 minute sessions introducing cursive handwriting to the beginner. Each class focuses on introducing one, often two letters, with some classes devoted to review, all based on the Handwriting Without Tears method. Lined paper and a writing utensil or a lined dry erase board and marker are required.

Handwriting Beyond the Basics: Intermediate Print – 25 minutes of print handwriting reinforcement for learners who have completed a course in the basics of letter formation, but need more practice. Each session will focus on at least one specific letter and include review. Lined paper and a writing utensil or a lined dry erase board and marker are required.

Hands-On Science – 25 minute sessions with hands-on exploration covering all areas of Science. Each class has a focus topic. The needed supplies vary based on the topic.

Kids in the Kitchen – 25 minute sessions following simple recipes. In each session the chef will make a snack, entrée, or dessert as they learn basic kitchen skills. The needed supplies vary based on the recipe.

Young Artists – 25 minute sessions of Process Art. Here, the steps used and experience creating is more important than the outcome. Each session explores a different way to create. The needed supplies vary based on the class topic.

Ages 9-13

A Series of Unfortunate Events Discussion Group – 25 minute sessions devoted to fans of the books, movie, and Netflix series. Discussion based with trivia games and additional activities.

Beginners Cursive Handwriting – 25 minute sessions introducing cursive handwriting to the beginner. Each class focuses on introducing one, often two letters, with some classes devoted to review, all based on the Handwriting Without Tears method. Lined paper and a writing utensil or a lined dry erase board and marker are required.

Handwriting Beyond the Basics: Advanced Print – 25 minutes of print handwriting review for the student who has learned print handwriting, but needs to refine letter formation and line placement. Each session is different, but generally covers uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and numbers. Lined paper and a writing utensil or a line dry erase board and marker are required.

Kitchen Creations – 40 minute cooking sessions following basic recipes that reinforce basic kitchen skills. Chefs make a snack, entrée, or dessert in each session. The needed supplies vary by recipe.


My son wouldn’t practice his writing at all. He was ready for some pre-reading work, but when the teacher asked the kids to write a letter here and there, he’d just shut down and we needed to take a step back to address the issue. Jessica has made my son so excited to write his letters that he’s voluntarily practicing once or twice a week outside class. When we’re done with this class, we plan on taking her lower case letters class as well!

Parent review of Beginners Handwriting


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