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 12 - 15th Children's theater camp Jeffrey Gonda 9am - 12pm 8 to 12 $ 65 TBA

This workshop will help students to understand various aspects of theater. from acting and stagecraft to music and costumes. Students will learn various skills in public speaking, teamwork, creative writing and problem solving, as well as other concepts.

 

June 12 - 15th Cooking With Kids JCMH Nutrition Department 1pm - 4pm 6 to12 $ 70 AB107

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 what’s 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 12 - 15th Rise and Shine WOSC Staff 7:30am - 8:45am 4 to18 $ 35 HLC Training Room

Start your morning at 7:30 am with board games and a movie. Sign up for these classes weekly.

June 12 - 15th Afternoon After Care WOSC Staff 4pm - 5:30pm 4 to18 $ 35 HLC Training Room

Top off your day with board games and a movie. Sign up for these Classes Weekly.

June 19 - 22nd Recycled Art & Crafts Joanne Huff 1pm - 4pm 8 to 14 $ 65 TBA

Want to make some fun and useful items from matieral you have just laying arount the house? Come join us while we recycle some old newpapers, magazines, cerial boxes, water bottles, yarn and more into planters, books, pinatas, coasters, and more. Are you sometimes needing a gift for a friend or family member, but are low on funds to buy something? Come join us and learn how to make some simple items you can use for gifts to give family and friends. New projects this year!

June 19 - 22nd Children's theater camp Jeffrey Gonda 9am - 12pm 8 to 12 $ 65 TBA

This workshop will help students to understand various aspects of theater. from acting and stagecraft to music and costumes. Students will learn various skills in public speaking, teamwork, creative writing and problem solving, as well as other concepts.

 

June 19 - 22nd Unicorn Cake Decorating Mary Jones 1pm - 4pm 8 to 13 $ 70 AB107

 

We will learn kitchen safety, how to measure/mix ingredients, and decorate a multi-level cake.

 

Parents: Students need to bring

 

2 - 8 inch round cakes

 

3 – 6 inch round cakes

 

1 - Cake plate/stand (wood or glass)

 

Preferred 1 turntable/lazy Susan (to rotate the cake for easy decorating)

 

 

The Cakes will “NOT BE NEEDED UNTIL WEDNESDAYS CLASS”

 

 

On Wednesday you will need to drop your child off directly at the classroom and help your child get the cakes into the classroom.

 

 

On Thursday afternoon please pick up your child at the classroom to help them carry the completed cake out to your vehicle.

 

 

This is from lessons learned from past classes like this where the child has dropped their cake while transporting back to the main building.

 

June 19 - 22nd Rise and Shine WOSC Staff 7:30am - 8:45am 4 to18 $ 35 HLC Training Room

Start your morning at 7:30 am with board games and a movie. Sign up for these classes weekly.

June 19 - 22nd Afternoon After Care WOSC Staff 4pm - 5:30pm 4 to18 $ 35 HLC Training Room

Top off your day with board games and a movie. Sign up for these Classes Weekly.

June 26 - 29th Western Oklahoma State Basketball Camp Rolando De La Barrera 9am - 12pm 8 to 15 $ 65 Gymnasium

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

 

June 26 - 29th Raspberry Pi-oneers - Computing with the Steve Prater 1pm - 4pm 8 to 16 $ 70 TBA

The Raspberry Pi is a low cost credit card sized computer that enables people of all ages to explore computing and learn how to program. In this course, we will be using the Raspberry Pi Zero W to learn to program things for the real world. Using this little computer and some simple electronics, we will be able to write programs that effect real life devices. At the end of this course, students will bring home their very own Raspberry Pi Computer!

 

June 26 - 29th Rise and Shine WOSC Staff 7:30am - 8:45am 4 to18 $ 35 HLC Training Room

Start your morning at 7:30 am with board games and a movie. Sign up for these classes weekly.

June 26 - 29th Afternoon After Care WOSC Staff 4pm - 5:30pm 4 to18 $ 35 HLC Training Room

Top off your day with board games and a movie. Sign up for these Classes Weekly.

June 26 - 29th Intro to Lego Mindstorms NXT Robotics Gary Strickland / OSU Extension 1pm - 4pm 7 to 18 $ 65 AB106

Lego enthusiasts, get ready to Robo Lego style! In this course, you’ll use Legos, a lap top computer, and an NXT programmable brick to build a robot creations 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!

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

June 26 - 29th World of Science (WOSc) Lisa Chaney 1pm - 4pm 6 to 9 $ 65 B-13

Lisa Chaney is a biology faculty member at WOSC and enjoys teaching science to individuals of all ages.

 

Participants will have fun exploring the world of science by learning about the structures and functions of living organisms. Topics covered will include basic understanding of the characteristics of life; basic ideas of chemistry and the chemistry of water; and cell structure and function. We will have lots of hands-on activities, demonstrations, and will work with microscopes.

1. Describe the major characteristics of living organisms. 2. Describe basic ideas of states of matter, density, acids, and bases. 3. Describe why water is important to to living organisms. 4. Identify cells as the basic unit of life and describe the general structure of cells and their function. 5. Compare different types of cells (bacteria, protists, animal, and plant).  6. Identify the difference between unicellular and multicellular organisms.

This workshop will help students to understand various aspects of theater. from acting and stagecraft to music and costumes. Students will learn various skills in public speaking, teamwork, creative writing and problem solving, as well as other concepts.

 

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 what’s 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.

Start your morning at 7:30 am with board games and a movie. Sign up for these classes weekly.

Top off your day with board games and a movie. Sign up for these Classes Weekly.

Want to make some fun and useful items from matieral you have just laying arount the house? Come join us while we recycle some old newpapers, magazines, cerial boxes, water bottles, yarn and more into planters, books, pinatas, coasters, and more. Are you sometimes needing a gift for a friend or family member, but are low on funds to buy something? Come join us and learn how to make some simple items you can use for gifts to give family and friends. New projects this year!

This workshop will help students to understand various aspects of theater. from acting and stagecraft to music and costumes. Students will learn various skills in public speaking, teamwork, creative writing and problem solving, as well as other concepts.

 

 

We will learn kitchen safety, how to measure/mix ingredients, and decorate a multi-level cake.

 

Parents: Students need to bring

 

2 - 8 inch round cakes

 

3 – 6 inch round cakes

 

1 - Cake plate/stand (wood or glass)

 

Preferred 1 turntable/lazy Susan (to rotate the cake for easy decorating)

 

 

The Cakes will “NOT BE NEEDED UNTIL WEDNESDAYS CLASS”

 

 

On Wednesday you will need to drop your child off directly at the classroom and help your child get the cakes into the classroom.

 

 

On Thursday afternoon please pick up your child at the classroom to help them carry the completed cake out to your vehicle.

 

 

This is from lessons learned from past classes like this where the child has dropped their cake while transporting back to the main building.

 

Start your morning at 7:30 am with board games and a movie. Sign up for these classes weekly.

Top off your day with board games and a movie. Sign up for these Classes Weekly.

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

 

The Raspberry Pi is a low cost credit card sized computer that enables people of all ages to explore computing and learn how to program. In this course, we will be using the Raspberry Pi Zero W to learn to program things for the real world. Using this little computer and some simple electronics, we will be able to write programs that effect real life devices. At the end of this course, students will bring home their very own Raspberry Pi Computer!

 

Start your morning at 7:30 am with board games and a movie. Sign up for these classes weekly.

Top off your day with board games and a movie. Sign up for these Classes Weekly.

Lego enthusiasts, get ready to Robo Lego style! In this course, you’ll use Legos, a lap top computer, and an NXT programmable brick to build a robot creations 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!

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

Lisa Chaney is a biology faculty member at WOSC and enjoys teaching science to individuals of all ages.

 

Participants will have fun exploring the world of science by learning about the structures and functions of living organisms. Topics covered will include basic understanding of the characteristics of life; basic ideas of chemistry and the chemistry of water; and cell structure and function. We will have lots of hands-on activities, demonstrations, and will work with microscopes.

1. Describe the major characteristics of living organisms. 2. Describe basic ideas of states of matter, density, acids, and bases. 3. Describe why water is important to to living organisms. 4. Identify cells as the basic unit of life and describe the general structure of cells and their function. 5. Compare different types of cells (bacteria, protists, animal, and plant).  6. Identify the difference between unicellular and multicellular organisms.