Are you ready yet?
But in all of our learning, let us not forget the kids we teach!
Teach Them Diligently is pleased to offer a number of programs and sessions aimed directly at our children! In addition to the STAND program and BJU Robotics Workshops (all of which are already at capacity and unable to accept any more registrations!), we happily announce the addition of two more kid-sized sessions.
JEWELS BY JULIA, Saturday at 12:40 (Choir Room)
Gotta girl in your life? What little lady doesn’t love to dress up, and what better way to dress up than in jewelry she designed herself?
This class, for girls ages 9 to 14, is offered by Jewels by Julia. It is an excellent opportunity for your daughter to not only tap in to her creativity but to also make the perfect piece to accessorize that new Easter dress she’ll be wearing just a few weeks after the Convention!
WARFARE BY DUCT TAPE, Saturday at 2:00 (Choir Room)
Boys in that same age group (9-14) may not be excited about making jewelry. They will, however, be amped about Warfare by Duct Tape! The title itself could capture the imagination of any junior warrior, but the session will be off the charts, as two brothers teach your sons to “re-enact history, defend honor, vanquish the enemy, take dominion … or just plain have fun,” all with a material you assumed was only for household use!
Space is limited to 25 per class, and these cost-free classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so act now to reserve your child’s spot!
Email TeachThemDiligentlyKids@gmail.com to make your reservation. Be sure to include this information when you do:
- Class (Duct Tape or Jewelry)
- Child’s Name
- Child’s Age
- Parents’ Names
- Email address on the family’s Convention registration
Not interested in these sessions? Don’t worry! There is still plenty for your child to do at the convention center. At specified times, your child will have access to a massive play indoor structure. There’s a special place for toddler’s, too. These spots offer an excellent place for you to supervise your children while they burn off any excess energy.