6/28-7/18/15: Pull, Crux, & Free Space
We'll run into aliens and climb through moon craters on our space adventure. We'll use our arms in the pool, our critical thinking on the wall, and let go on the mat.
Swimmers will be focusing on their arms.
There will be NO lessons 7/8-15!
Astronauts will practice critical thinking to rocket through the crux (most difficult part of a climb).
We'll blast off for some interstellar relaxation & fun alien movement. Students will go home with their completed pebble project to practice meditation at home.
Kids will perform skills to earn coins and "shop" for fun games. We will keep the atmosphere light as we practice more difficult safety skills.
Swimmers will be focusing on safety techniques in a controlled environment. This will look different for each level, but every student will do at least one swim without goggles. Since some of these skills are scary or difficult, we will include extra time for fun games.
We are continuing Thich Nhat Hanh's Pebble Meditation and kids will bring home their own bag of pebbles for home practice at the end of the series.
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What is a Jelly?
A Jelly is the focus or theme of a class. Each Jelly lasts for 2-4 weeks and spans across the disciplines.