SMU-in-Plano Summer Youth Program adds courses for parents

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SMU-in-Plano Summer Youth Program adds courses for parents

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SMU-in-Plano‘s Summer Youth Program is adding courses for parents in summer 2010.

Offerings for adults include classes in “Yoga While You Wait,” designed to help busy parents stay fit and stress-free during unlikely break times, such as the gaps between school and practice. Other courses include homework strategies, how to teach goal-setting and social confidence, recognizing dyslexia, digital camera secrets and more.

The Plano campus continues to offer a full slate of programs, including the popular LEGO® Technology series. Other workshop topics include math, writing, computer gaming, 3D animation, college prep and planning, reading enhancement, study and social skills, cooking, fashion sketching, web page design and a cartoon clinic, among others.

Courses are designed for children ranging from pre-kindergarten through high school.

Parents may register online for both the adult and youth workshops. Also available for a small additional cost is an Extended Day Option for students entering grades 3-7.

For more information, contact SMU Summer Youth Programs, 214-768-5437, or visit smu.edu/summeryouth.

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June 1, 2010|Calendar Highlights, News, Save the Date|

SMU Summer Youth Program comes to main campus

Abbey LEGOsSMU-in-Plano’s Summer Youth Program is bringing selected workshops to the University’s main campus for summer 2009.

Offerings include the popular LEGO workshops for students ranging from kindergarten to grade 4, including Early Structures, Crazy Contraptions, Car Rally and Mindstorms: Apprentice Droids.

Entering kindergarteners may also sign up for Toy Builders classes, where they will learn to make playthings ranging from robot hands to musical instruments out of ordinary household items.

The Plano campus will continue to offer a full slate of programs, including workshops in math, writing, computer gaming, 3D animation, college prep and planning, reading enhancement, study and social skills, forensic science, cooking, fashion sketching, and web page design, among others.

Parents may register children online for both the Dallas and Plano workshops. Students registered for a full morning and afternoon of workshops may bring food for a supervised lunch at no additional cost.

For more information, contact SMU Summer Youth Programs, 214-768-5433.

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June 3, 2009|Calendar Highlights, News|
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