Maple Valley Campus Classes
Class Registration Schedule
Agape Maple Valley Fall 2018 Classes are listed below. To attend Agape Maple Valley, you need to be an Agape Member, please fill out the Agape Membership Application at least 2 weeks prior to class registration dates to allow enough time to process your Membership Application. Thank you!
Fall 2018 Maple Valley Campus class registration information will be posted soon. Please check back for further details.
Co-op Class Information
Maple Valley Campus Classes will be held on Thursday’s.
Start Date: September 13, 2018
Duration: 8 weeks
$45.00 per family *However, due to a successful fundraiser the semester fee has been reduced to $20.00!
8:20 – 8:40: Family Check In
8:45 – 9:00: Opening Prayer, Flag, Announcements, etc.
Released to classes of choice below
To register for Agape Maple Valley Classes, please fill out THIS FORM and we will be in touch with you soon.
NURSERY/TOTS and PRESCHOOL/KINDERS
Nursery & Tots
Description: A safe, nurturing environment will be provided, including age-appropriate activities, crafts, songs, games, and snacks.
Requirements: Please bring a fully stocked (diapers, wipes, extra clothes, etc.) and marked diaper bag for your child.
Ages: 0 months – 3 years
Preschool & Kinders
Description: Children will participate in organized activities, including circle time (calendar, weather, story, etc.), craft projects, music, gym, snack time, and free play.
Requirements: Please provide a stocked (diapers/pull-ups, wipes, extra clothes, etc.) and marked bag for your child if not yet potty-trained.
Ages: 3 – 5
AGES 6 – 18
Description: Beginners. Quick meals and kitchen safety.
Requirements: Apron, closed-toe footwear, hair pulled out of face.
Kids Learn America Pt 2
Description: Learn the names and capitals of the United States of America, along with some fun interesting facts about each state.
Requirements: Should be able to follow directions, copy words off the white board. Does not need perfect writing.
Young Explorers- Survival Skills
Description: Learn hands on skills such as knot tying, building a shelter, map reading, edible plants and survival first aid. Each student will compile a survival notebook over the course of the semester.
Requirements: Able to follow directions. Able to copy words from whiteboard.
Description: Projects and stitches based on experience. Learning new stitches, yarn types, hooks/gauge, articles for household use, and decoration.
Lego Mindstorm NXT Robotics
Description: Learn how to build and program a robot.
Requirements: Must be able to follow directions
Michigan History Comes Alive
Description: Learn about Michigan history from Explorers through current times.
Requirements: Able to copy words from the board.
Description: An hour of fun inside or outside.
Requirements: Tennis shoes. No boots. No high heels. No flipflops. No sandals. No bare feet. Dress for the weather (jackets, hats, mittens, etc.) we will be going outside when weather permits.
Stones and Bones
Description: Learn about rocks, minerals, fossils and more from a Christian perspective. Will include hands on activities and experiments!
Requirements: Reading not required. Helpful if student can copy words from the board.
Description: Dive into the “Three cousins detective club” series. Each book focuses on a fruit of the spirit or a chapter from the Bible. We will read some in class and some reading will be assigned for at home. We also will do worksheets to coordinate with the chapters we read.Requirements: Must know how to read. Even at an entry level.
Ages: 7+ (unless able to read)