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Kids Can TEACH!

January 30, 2015

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Children love to share what they know. It’s clear. My children are constantly excited to tell me things they have learned every single day. Sometimes it goes on, and on, and on… “One time in Minecraft…”

What if we could channel this excitement to share, into a classroom experience where your child could build on these story-telling skills. In our new class, Kids Teach, we will do just that! Kids will take an idea, passion, or skill and find a way to outline how to teach someone else how to do it! In return, your child will learn how to create outlines, organize their thoughts, gain public speaking confidence, and how to effectively communicate! At the end of the class, your child will teach a class to their fellow classmates and also have the option to run a small workshop that is free and open to the community!

Maybe your child wants to be the next Rachel Ray, YouTube sensation Evan, or just have a platform to gain confidence while sharing what they are excited about! Whatever the case may be, this unique enrichment opportunity can help foster your child’s love for learning while giving them valuable real world tools in a fun and supportive environment.

The class will be taught by Adnan Iftekhar, founder of our exciting new RWCEA – Redwood City Entrepreneurial Academy.

Here are the deets!

Kids Teach
Age 10-13
Thursdays, February 5 to April 9, 2015
4:00 – 5:30pm
at the Community Activities Building, 1400 Roosevelt Ave, Redwood City
Register Now! Space is limited to 10 students

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