The Homeschool Science Fair is a chance for the homeschool community to celebrate and encourage the love of science amongst students. From stars to skittles, students in grades K-12 will practice the scientific method to test hypotheses, perform experiments, record observations, and draw conclusions. All science projects will be presented in the form of a report, display board, and demonstration. They will be on display to share with other students, parents and judges for prize consideration. Prizes will be awarded by grade, and students can choose to participate without prize consideration (non-competing students will receive participation certificates). All students welcome! Registration closes on May 19th. The supply fee covers medals and materials. There is a 10% multiple student discount
Setup begins at 10:30. Registration closes on May 19th.
$5 Supply fee due to instructor prior to setup.
Description: Shoot, Pass, Score and defend your way to fun with Tx Youth Sports. Come attend our highly acclaimed basketball class. You will improve your skills, learn to play as a team and have a great time. We separate the players by skill and age. Please bring a ball and water bottle.
Free but registration is required
In this hands-on lab, homeschoolers will dissect a real mammal heart with each student examining their own specimen. We learn what the heart is, its function in the body, locate the internal parts and learn about their structures. Students will also learn how the tissues and organs are interrelated. Proper safety procedures will be explained and followed. All necessary equipment will be provided and included with materials fees.
$15 cash material fee due to instructor at beginning of class which includes the dissection kit.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with us! Just in time for Valentine’s Day, students will learn all about chocolate – where it comes from, how it melts, how it tastes and more! Divided into age-appropriate groups, homeschoolers will conduct multiple science experiments, exploring the fun side of science...and chocolate. We have added new experiments to this class this year.
$10 cash material fee due to instructor at beginning of class.
Exploring the difference between chemical and physical changes by experimenting with various chemical reactions. Students will learn what a chemical reaction is, how to determine when one has occurred, and then create them!
$5 cash material fee due to instructor at beginning of class.
This is a fun introduction to the world’s game. Go for the goal! Learn the techniques needed to play amazing soccer. We will get active, develop skills and have a great time. Practice teamwork and leaderships skills all while having an amazing time!
Tang Soo Do is an ancient martial art that originated 2,000 years ago in Korea. It is a method of empty-hand, foot and weapon fighting, based on the scientific use of the body in self-defense. Most of all, this mysterious art is designed to develop individual character, mental strength, integrity, and respect for others. Uniform is not included but can be purchased separately at class.
Bump, Set, Spike and Serve your way to fun! Come develop your volleyball skills and IQ with Tx Youth Sports. You will learn the proper techniques required to play next level volleyball while having a great time. Please bring kneepads, a ball and water bottle.