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Memorial weekend family camping get-together

Group family camping event at the beautiful Lackawanna State Park near Scranton, PA
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SUMMER SLEEP-AWAY ADVENTURE CAMP 2019

Hosted by SchoolPlus of Princeton
When: June 30 - July 7, 2019
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Early Math classes come to SchoolPlus North Brunswick location!. The class starts on March 17th at 10:30-11:15

Early Math classes for Pre-K/K students are teaching our youngest students math concepts as well as logical thinking
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Summer Camp 2019, North Brunswick

Our camp designed to promote the Russian Language
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North Brunswick location Schedule

 

Classes will be held on: 01/06, 01/13, 01/20, 01/27, 02/03, 02/10, 02/17, 02/24, 03/03, 03/10, 03/17, 03/24, 03/31, 04/07, 04/14, 04/28, 05/05, 05/12, 05/19, 06/02, 06/09, 06/16,


Our classes in North Brunswick, NJ


Filter by subject: Afterschool_Art, Algorithmica, Art, Chess, Math, Russian, Second_Language_Russian,

  class   grade   time   teacher   description
   Afterschool_Art Camp              Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Algorithmica k/1          11:30-12:15    n/a    

An algorithm is a step-by-step procedure or directions for doing something. Most often, an algorithm is created for a computer or a robot, but a cake recipe is an algorithm, too!
In this class, the learning is based on real-life activities (e.g. animation with zoetropes, games on coordinate plane, quest stories, tasks from CS Unplugged). We combine these activities with math /logic problems and with programming exercises (Rover/Bigtrak in class, computer games as homework).

Children learn about computers and robots, but most importantly, they develop their thinking and creativity. While solving logical problems, playing memory games or acting out the algorithms, the students gain important cognitive skills and construct mathematical and programming concepts.

Students do not need to bring laptops to this class (although some homework tasks may require use of computer). Parents are strongly encouraged to stay in class, observe and (if need be) help the students, for example: transitioning between activities, understanding the tasks, handling manipulatives and robots.

Bigtrak is a programmable electric vehicle that can remember up to 16 commands and execute them in sequence. The commants are entered through the keypad on top of the vehicle. Read more at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Trak

ReCon 6.0 is a programmable rover with accessories. It can remember nine algorithms (trips) with up to fifty commands. See the review at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ma5OqHo564I and read more: http://www.timberdoodle.com/ReCon_6_Programmable_Rover_p/322-455.htm

CS Unplugged is a collection of free learning activities that teach Computer Science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons and lots of running around. Read more at http://csunplugged.org/ 

   Algorithmica Robotic 1      5    10:05-11:35    n/a     
   Algorithmica Robotic 2          11:35-1:05    n/a     
   Algorithmica Robotic 3      4gr    9:00-10:00    n/a     
   Art 1      k-2    10:30---11:30    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 2      k    11:45-12:45    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 3      K-3    12:50-2:20    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art H          1:15-2:00    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Chess 0          10:25-11:10    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Beginners          12:50-1:35    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Interm 2      3/4    11:40-12:25    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Level 1          10:40-12:00    Yurii Karakashyan       
   Math 1          11:35-12:35    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math 2          12:45-1:45    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math 3      3    10:30-11:30    Mikhail Chernobilsky      Z 
   Math 3 adv          1:00-2:15    Mary Marvin       
   Math 4      4    11:40 -12:40    Mary Marvin      Math 4A will cover all material of a 4th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the PARCC Test at the end of 4th Grade.

However, the focus is on problem solving with topics studied throughout the school year, all done at a deep level. Many multi-step problems will be done in class and assigned for homework.

Included are long multiplication and division with 2 and 3-digit numbers, continuation of fractions, with addition and subtraction with different denominators, and many word problems, introduction to decimals and how they relate to fractions, and further development of geometry, area and perimeter, volume.

Along with the rigorous arithmetic program, challenging and exciting Olympiad and contest type problems will be included each week as part of the lesson. 
   Math 5      5    8:45-10:00    Mary Marvin      Math 5A will cover all material of a 5th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the PARCC Test at the end of 5th Grade.

However, the focus is on problem solving with topics studied throughout the school year, all done at a deep level. Many multi-step problems will be done in class and assigned for homework.

Students will deepen their understanding of fractions and decimals, and do many hard numerical and word problems with them. We will move into percentages, ratios and some introductory pre-algebra. Geometry will continue, with harder area and perimeter problems, and now area of a triangle and composite figures.

Along with the rigorous arithmetic program, there will be a heavy component of challenging and exciting Olympiad and contest type problems on topics like probability, sets, counting principles and combinatorics. 
   Math 6      6    10:05-11:35    Mary Marvin      Math 6 will cover all material of a 6th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the PARCC Test at the end of 6th Grade.

However, the focus is on problem solving with topics studied throughout the school year, all done at a deep level. Many multi-step problems will be done in class and assigned for homework.


Students will move into topics of Pre-Algebra, including negative numbers, and the concept of a variable and simple equations and how they are useful. The topics of arithmetic – fractions, decimals, rate, ratio, percentages, will now be deepened with hard word problems on each. Geometry will continue, with more complex area, perimeter and volume problems, and now quadrilaterals and angles in polygons.

Along with the rigorous arithmetic program, there will be a heavy component of challenging and exciting Olympiad and contest type problems on topics like probability, sets, counting principles and combinatorics. 
   Math 8A VC      7        Mary Marvin      Students will continue learning how to deal with fractions, including finding common denominators for more than two fractions, multiplication of mixed numbers and more difficult fraction word problems. Decimals, to the ten-thousandths place and their equivalent fractions will be covered. Other topics will include finding the average of a group of numbers, ratio, percent, graphs and geometry such as area of a triangle and other geometric shapes besides squares and rectangles. Along with these topics some special and interesting topics like sets and probability will be introduced, we’ll look at Pascal’s triangle also. Logic problems and puzzles will be part of each lesson, as well as practice for the Common Core tests next spring so kids will be thoroughly prepared and ready. 
   Math Algebra 1      7    9:20-10:50    Oksana Boguslavskaya       
   Math Calc VC      10    Saturday 9:00-10:30    Mary Marvin       
   Math Early math      pre-k,k    10:45-11:30    Aleksandra Geiko       
   Math Geometry      8    10:55-12:25    Oksana Boguslavskaya       
   Math Precal      9    12:30-2:00    Oksana Boguslavskaya       
   Russian 3      2    1:15-2:30    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian 4/5A      4/5    10:05-11:35    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian 4/5B      4/5    11:40--1:10    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian 8      8    9:15-10:45    Ellina Chernobilsky       
   Russian A      Pre-K    10:30-11:30    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian B      4-5    9:25-10:25    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian Bilingual-      10    10:00-11:00    Aleksandra Geiko       
   Russian BL_3      3    8:45-10:00    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian C      1    11:40-12:40    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian Jonathan          10:00-10:30    Liliya Brammer       
   Second_Language_Russian Biling 1          8:35:9:20    Liliya Brammer