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Courses

Choose from our wide range of courses below
 

Our Commitment

From entry-level programming to financial literacy classes we offer a wide variety of options to ensure that your child will find a place within The Learning Spot Community.

Virtual

We offer our courses in a virtual format to ensure that we reach every student and develop their interests.

In-Person

We offer our courses in-person to retain the spirit and advantages of traditional classroom-based teaching styles.

Flexible Hours

We are flexible with our hours as our courses are offered at various times so that we can meet the scheduling needs of your child

Our Courses

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Interactive Math

Interactive Math allows students to engage in math while doing hands-on fun activities based on Geometry, Fractions, and Problem Solving. Each activity is designed to show that math is fun and can be done outside of the classroom! All Materials are Included.

Classes Start: July 18th
Weekly Class: M-F

Hours: 9-12noon or 1-4pm

Raritan Valley Community College

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Junior Chef

Students will learn math, science, and nutrition through healthy cooking. They will research and discuss how to find the nutritional values, serving sizes of various food items, and healthy eating. Students will then prepare and sample healthy food items. All Materials are Included: Chef Uniform, Recipe List, Ingredients, Utensils, etc.

Classes Start: July 18th
Weekly Class: M-F
Hours: 9-12noon

Raritan Valley Community College

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Game Design: Scratch

This 2-week, 3 hours per day course teaches students the fundamentals of game design. Students will learn how to develop game ideas, improve their writing skills through writing rules, and apply math and basic logic to code a game on Scratch. At the end of the course, students will learn how to deliver, interpret feedback and present their finished products to their peers.

Classes Start: July 18th
2 Week Class: M-F
Hours: 9-12noon

Virtual: Online

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Writing Personal Statement

By the end of this high school level course, students' self-confidence and self-awareness will have increased. Learners will receive explicit teachings and coaching on crafting their ideas to include the critical elements of this type of essay, such as its structure, purpose, tone, thesis, and “I” statements. Students will create a draft of their personal statement and develop interviewing skills necessary when applying for Colleges Admissions & Scholarships.

Classes Start: July 18th
Weekly Class: M-F
Hours: 9-11 am or 
1-3 pm

Virtual - Online

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