German ISD offers a variety of extracurricular classes for enrolled students. These enrichment activities nurture student’s talents and interests, taking place on a weekly basis.
The Montessori approach fosters independence, personal responsibility, and self-esteem through supporting the development of the whole child.
Activities such as pouring, folding, sorting, and lifting not only teaches children to master fine motor skills, but also provide the opportunity to practice concentration and logical thinking—skills essential for successful academic learning.
In this class, students are introduced to the Spanish language and culture through a variety of materials, songs, and games. Students learn basic Spanish vocabulary and grammar.
Crafting projects foster creativity, help develop fine motor skills, and teach students to follow instructions. Crafting is not only fun, but also a vital part of early learning activities.
Gardening offers students the opportunity to observe, experiment, discover, and nurture in a living laboratory. Students learn about the importance of water in the life cycle and how to grow healthy food while having fun digging in the dirt.
The Gardening program is offered in collaboration with the Farmers Branch Community Garden project, right outside our school’s doorstep.
Yoga For Children (not included in afternoon tuition)
The Yoga class offers students the opportunity to experience yoga and its many benefits in a fun, engaging, and developmentally appropriate manner. The students will practice breathing techniques, poses, games, activities, relaxation, and visualization.
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