Western Oklahoma State College Kids College

 
WOSC Kids College

Schedule

Western Oklahoma State College Kids College
All classes are Monday through Thursday and the cost of the class is per class, not per day. All 4H members that attend a 4H sponsored class must see Jennifer Dollins or Gary Strickland for a letter to receive a reduced price.

Bring the letter to Pay! 4-H classes are denoted with **

Weekly Offerings Title Instructor Times Age Cost Location Course Information
June 18 - 21st Digital Making Using the Raspberry Pi Steve Prater 1pm - 4pm 10-16 $ 65 TBA

Students will use the Raspberry Pi Computer to learn basic design principles to produce simple graphics, videos, circuit schematics, formatted web pages, cutting sheets, and 3D model components, utilizing CAD and graphics software, or markup languages.

Students will create a cardboard robot with a real flashing LED antenna, and use Scratch to create a robot twin that beeps. [More Info]

Learn how web pages use cascading style sheets to position graphics. [More Info]

Create "stickers using HTML, CSS, and gradients. [More Info]

Create a meme cat generator using HTML, CSS, Javascript [More Info]

 

Equipment will be provided, students will have the opportunity to purchase Raspberry Pi computer and Kit for $80 at the completion of the class.
June 18 - 21st Unicorn Poop Mary Jones 1pm - 4pm 5-12 $ 65 TBD

Come create all things unicorn. In this magical adventure we will gather unicorn poop to make slime, tiptoe quietly to gather a bit of unicorn magic, and maybe even catch a few unicorn tears to make a magical bathbomb. Lets pick out our unicorn name and head out in search of this mysterious magical creature. Remember to always be yourself, unless you can be a unicorn, then always be a unicorn.

June 18 - 21st Programming Using the Raspberry Pi Steve Prater 9am - 12pm 10-15 $ 65 TBA

Students will use the Raspberry Pi computer to create short programs demonstrating awareness of simple programming concepts, such as sequencing, repetition, variables, and selection.

Program an animation [Lost In Space] - Scratch

Make a ghost catching game [Ghostbusters] - Scratch

Create a Chat Bot [Chatbot] - Scratch

Tell a story with code [StoryTime] - Python

Use a loop to create a racing turtle game. [Turtle Race]

Equipment will be provided, students will have the opportunity to purchase Raspberry Pi computer and Kit for $80 at the completion of the class.

June 18 - 21st Kids Music Camp Jeffrey Gonda 1pm - 4pm 8-13 $ 65 Choir Room

Kids will have opportunities to learn about music and music history, basic
music reading, and singing. Students will also have the opportunies to listen and learn about classical
and contemporary styles of music. They will also enjoy workshops and musical games that will help
enrich their experience at kids college.

June 18 - 21st Cheer Camp Darcy George 1pm - 4pm 6-18 $ 65 TBD

Kids will work on motions, jumps, stunting, and basic gymnastics for cheer as well as learn cheers, chants and a dance.

Parents and guests are invited during the last hour of the the last day of class (June 21st @ 3PM) to watch the final cheer presentation.

June 18 - 21st Kids Theater Camp Jeffrey Gonda 9am - 12pm 8-13 $ 65 H11

Students will have a greater understanding of theater and the process that goes into a
theatrical production. Students will also build teamwork skills as they work together in theatrical
activities related to acting and stage work.

June 18 - 21st Morning Care Kids College Wranglers 7:30am - 8:45am 1-18 $ 35 HLC Wing

Drop your kids off before work

June 18 - 21st Afternoon Care Kids College Wranglers 4pm - 5:30pm 1-18 $ 35 HLC Wing

Pick your kids up after work!

June 18 - 21st Cooking with Kids 101 JCMH Nutrition: Haley Babb, Lisa Ross 1pm - 4pm 6-12 $ 65 TBD Food is Fun! Does cooking a kid-friendly meal seem like a chore? Let us teach your kids, we promise not to bore. We will show your kids whatís good to eat, as well as teach them to keep the kitchen tidy and neat. This week long class will teach cooking basics and food and kitchen safety. Your children will learn to make a variety of meals from breakfast to dinner and even after-school snacks. We will be discussing all the food groups and how each group fits together to make healthy meals. Our goal is to have fun as well as create chefs who focus on healthy eating.
June 18 - 21st 4H Science and Lego Robotics Gary Strickland 1pm - 4pm 7-18 $ 65 AB106

Lego enthusiasts, get ready to Robo Lego style! In this course, you’ll use Legos, a laptop computer, and an NXT programmable brick to build a robot creation using sight, sound, ultrasonic and light sensors plus interactive servo motors and many more creations. The design possibilities are nearly limitless.  Come have some fun and build a robot! 

This course will include 3 days of Lego Robotics and 1 day of a mystery science project!  

* Verified Jackson County 4H members pay only $35!

 

June 25 - 28th Basketball Camp Rolando De La Barra 1pm - 4pm 8-15 $ 65 Basketball Gym

Individual instruction camp will focus on introducing the fundamentals of the game with emphasis on shooting, ballhandling and defense. Campers will engage in drills, league play and indivual competition.

June 25 - 28th Physical Computing with the Raspberry Pi Nick Cavin 9am - 12pm 10-16 $ 65 TBA

Learners can write programs which use active and passive electronic components. They can receive data from input components and control output components using a Raspberry Pi computer.

 

Projects:

Digital Whoopi cushion - Create a whoopi cushion using the Raspberry Pi Computer, programming and sensors

Burping GummyBear - Make a Gummy Bear Burp when squished using Raspberry Pi, python and wires.

Creating a smart switch using Raspberri Pi and Relay Boards.

 

 

June 25 - 28th Kids Music Camp Jeffrey Gonda 1pm - 4pm 8-13 $ 65 Choir Room

Kids will have opportunities to learn about music and music history, basic
music reading, and singing. Students will also have the opportunies to listen and learn about classical
and contemporary styles of music. They will also enjoy workshops and musical games that will help
enrich their experience at kids college.

June 25 - 28th Advanced Raspberry Pi Steve Prater 1pm - 4pm 10-16 $ 65 TBA

This course will explore some advanced topics using Raspberry Pi like integrating sensors with Twitter, using the Pi Camera, running creating a retro arcade game machine and other individualized instruction.

Students are required to have taken one of the other Raspberry Pi kids college classes.

Equipment will be provided, students will have the opportunity to purchase Raspberry Pi computer and Kit for $80 at the completion of the class.

June 25 - 28th Kids Theater Camp Jeffrey Gonda 9am - 12pm 8-13 $ 65 H11

Students will have a greater understanding of theater and the process that goes into a
theatrical production. Students will also build teamwork skills as they work together in theatrical
activities related to acting and stage work.

June 25 - 28th Morning Care Kids College Wranglers 7:30am - 8:45am 1-18 $ 35 HLC Wing

Drop your kids off before work!

June 25 - 28th Afternoon Care Kids College Wranglers 4pm - 5:30pm 1-18 $ 35 HLC Wing

Pick your kids up after work!

June 25 - 28th Softball Camp Joey Stengell 9am - 12pm 6-13 $ 65 Softball Field

Fundamentals of Fastpitch Softball.

Throwing, fielding, and hitting mechanics. Introduction to fastpitch softball offensive and defensive baics.

June 25 - 28th Lets Golf Brooke Orr 9am - 12pm 6-18 $ 65 Outside Learn the basics of Golf!   My oldest, Brooke, 18, made All-State Girls Golf this year and Paige, 15, won the first high school tournament she entered, as a freshman, beating the sophomores, juniors and seniors. Their high school golf team made it to state and finished 5th, Brooke was 15th in the state for individual ranking and Paige, 21st.  They have both been playing golf since they could walk.

 

Students will use the Raspberry Pi Computer to learn basic design principles to produce simple graphics, videos, circuit schematics, formatted web pages, cutting sheets, and 3D model components, utilizing CAD and graphics software, or markup languages.

Students will create a cardboard robot with a real flashing LED antenna, and use Scratch to create a robot twin that beeps. [More Info]

Learn how web pages use cascading style sheets to position graphics. [More Info]

Create "stickers using HTML, CSS, and gradients. [More Info]

Create a meme cat generator using HTML, CSS, Javascript [More Info]

 

Equipment will be provided, students will have the opportunity to purchase Raspberry Pi computer and Kit for $80 at the completion of the class.

Come create all things unicorn. In this magical adventure we will gather unicorn poop to make slime, tiptoe quietly to gather a bit of unicorn magic, and maybe even catch a few unicorn tears to make a magical bathbomb. Lets pick out our unicorn name and head out in search of this mysterious magical creature. Remember to always be yourself, unless you can be a unicorn, then always be a unicorn.

Students will use the Raspberry Pi computer to create short programs demonstrating awareness of simple programming concepts, such as sequencing, repetition, variables, and selection.

Program an animation [Lost In Space] - Scratch

Make a ghost catching game [Ghostbusters] - Scratch

Create a Chat Bot [Chatbot] - Scratch

Tell a story with code [StoryTime] - Python

Use a loop to create a racing turtle game. [Turtle Race]

Equipment will be provided, students will have the opportunity to purchase Raspberry Pi computer and Kit for $80 at the completion of the class.

Kids will have opportunities to learn about music and music history, basic
music reading, and singing. Students will also have the opportunies to listen and learn about classical
and contemporary styles of music. They will also enjoy workshops and musical games that will help
enrich their experience at kids college.

Kids will work on motions, jumps, stunting, and basic gymnastics for cheer as well as learn cheers, chants and a dance.

Parents and guests are invited during the last hour of the the last day of class (June 21st @ 3PM) to watch the final cheer presentation.

Students will have a greater understanding of theater and the process that goes into a
theatrical production. Students will also build teamwork skills as they work together in theatrical
activities related to acting and stage work.

Drop your kids off before work

Pick your kids up after work!

Food is Fun! Does cooking a kid-friendly meal seem like a chore? Let us teach your kids, we promise not to bore. We will show your kids whatís good to eat, as well as teach them to keep the kitchen tidy and neat. This week long class will teach cooking basics and food and kitchen safety. Your children will learn to make a variety of meals from breakfast to dinner and even after-school snacks. We will be discussing all the food groups and how each group fits together to make healthy meals. Our goal is to have fun as well as create chefs who focus on healthy eating.

Lego enthusiasts, get ready to Robo Lego style! In this course, you’ll use Legos, a laptop computer, and an NXT programmable brick to build a robot creation using sight, sound, ultrasonic and light sensors plus interactive servo motors and many more creations. The design possibilities are nearly limitless.  Come have some fun and build a robot! 

This course will include 3 days of Lego Robotics and 1 day of a mystery science project!  

* Verified Jackson County 4H members pay only $35!

 

Individual instruction camp will focus on introducing the fundamentals of the game with emphasis on shooting, ballhandling and defense. Campers will engage in drills, league play and indivual competition.

Learners can write programs which use active and passive electronic components. They can receive data from input components and control output components using a Raspberry Pi computer.

 

Projects:

Digital Whoopi cushion - Create a whoopi cushion using the Raspberry Pi Computer, programming and sensors

Burping GummyBear - Make a Gummy Bear Burp when squished using Raspberry Pi, python and wires.

Creating a smart switch using Raspberri Pi and Relay Boards.

 

 

Kids will have opportunities to learn about music and music history, basic
music reading, and singing. Students will also have the opportunies to listen and learn about classical
and contemporary styles of music. They will also enjoy workshops and musical games that will help
enrich their experience at kids college.

This course will explore some advanced topics using Raspberry Pi like integrating sensors with Twitter, using the Pi Camera, running creating a retro arcade game machine and other individualized instruction.

Students are required to have taken one of the other Raspberry Pi kids college classes.

Equipment will be provided, students will have the opportunity to purchase Raspberry Pi computer and Kit for $80 at the completion of the class.

Students will have a greater understanding of theater and the process that goes into a
theatrical production. Students will also build teamwork skills as they work together in theatrical
activities related to acting and stage work.

Drop your kids off before work!

Pick your kids up after work!

Fundamentals of Fastpitch Softball.

Throwing, fielding, and hitting mechanics. Introduction to fastpitch softball offensive and defensive baics.

Learn the basics of Golf!   My oldest, Brooke, 18, made All-State Girls Golf this year and Paige, 15, won the first high school tournament she entered, as a freshman, beating the sophomores, juniors and seniors. Their high school golf team made it to state and finished 5th, Brooke was 15th in the state for individual ranking and Paige, 21st.  They have both been playing golf since they could walk.