Summer is just around the corner and Little Hands Megabytes has some changes as well as new offerings!
In July, LHM has partnered with The Bridge of Mission Viejo Christian Church to offer half day, weekly computer detective summer camps! Our two unique sessions are scheduled July 7 – 11 and July 14 – 18. Classes are 9 AM to Noon open to ages 4 through 7. You can sign up for either or both sessions and students complete 10 brand new missions each week. Space is VERY limited – only 5 students each week!! For more information and enrollment, please visit our Summer at MVCC page.
We will also be offering more openings for home study classes where we come to YOU! This is a great option to gather younger siblings or neighbors for a weekly adventure in technology during the summer. For more details on this exclusive and convenient class, visit our Home Class page.
Classes will not be held at the preschools and daycares through the months of June and July, but will be returning in August or September as it fits best with the individual school. If your child is a student at one of these schools and you’d love to keep learning with us through the summer, maybe one of these options will work for you! Please contact ASAP with any questions.
Have a safe and happy summer!
- Miss Carol
Hope your holidays were full of laughter, fun, and family. We probably have been using a lot more technology than usual… from calling and texting family members, taking photos and posting on social media, or playing apps on our new tablets. As we get back into the daily grind, we’re probably missing some of that time we spent connecting and engaging via technology. Luckily as adults, we have a better grasp on how to manage our fun time and work time. But do your children?
Now is the time to enroll them in technology classes! We focus on healthy technology habits and using our devices as a TOOL not just a TOY. Using STEM skills (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) we solve a brand new weekly mission applying real world concepts in a fun, child friendly way.
Beth P. said last year of her son, “It’s incredible how quickly Nathan has picked up the concept of using the laptop for a specific purpose. He loves working on a mission at home with me, then turning it off (CORRECTLY!) and asking me to play outside. Now if only my teenager could do this…”
- Miss Carol