White Label STEM Programs

$699.00

ENGAGE AND EXCITE YOUR STUDENTS!

Right Brain Curriculum offers engaging, project-based K-8 learning programs for your after-school program, camp or school. Each program is a fully planned, minute-by-minute, academic program ready for your teachers to implement.  Pricing is per/camp.  Choose from the following turn-key STEM camps:

Writing Wizards – Sneak Peak

In Writing Wizards, we foster a love of writing by guiding students to write and publish their own real book! Using novels like Harry Potter and The Chronicles of Narnia as inspiration, each class designs a fantasy world that includes major and minor characters, fantastic settings, an extended backstory and a world of wonder.  The authors use artwork and brainstorming to design plot twists and dynamic characters. Teachers guide the students, providing contextual mini-lessons on writing techniques that include the use of appropriate dialogue, detailed descriptions, sensory-rich word choice, and character, plot and theme development.   At the end of the course, students publish their first real novel—signed by our Writing Wizards!

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 2-6 (usually a two grade range such as 3rd and 4th is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

Math Ball

Help your team get ready to play ball! In this class focused on mathematics, problem-solving, geography and presentation skills, students pair up to serve as general managers of a new fictional baseball franchise.  As they manage the team’s balance sheet, students must budget for player salaries, ballpark costs, maintenance, ticket sales, concessions and much more.   Meanwhile, they are presented with word problems and mathematics dilemmas which call upon the general managers to use probability, mean, mode, perimeters, area, graphs, time, money, addition, subtraction and multiplication. Their team competes both on the field and off the field to become the league’s best-run and most successful franchise!

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 2-6 (usually a two grade range such as 3+4 is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

The World According to Google Earth – Sneak Peak

Put away those old fold-up maps and aging school atlases. Technology has revolutionized how students learn about geography and world cultures. In our The World According to Google Earth program, students use Google Earth and online encyclopedias to find answers to six key questions about a country of their choosing.  They then design a Powerpoint presentation to inform the class about their chosen nation.  In the final part of the class, each pair of students creates a “shoebox” pavilion that represents their country.  This pavilion becomes part of a class-wide “World’s Fair” that displays the collective knowledge gained by our aspiring world explorers. Students present their World’s Fair to parents in a celebration of countries and cultures.

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 2-6 (usually a two grade range such as 3+4 is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

You’re the Mayor!

Congratulations, you’ve just been elected mayor of your city…Now it’s time to get to work! In this civics, writing and research program, students serve as mayor of a fictional city that they create. They must win re-election by pleasing their constituents, managing the city budget, writing a fair and just city constitution, responding to citizen concerns, delivering speeches and writing op-eds. In their re-election campaign, they create campaign platforms, bumper stickers and buttons that tout their own accomplishments as mayor and take positions on a set of city issues.

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 3-8 (usually a two grade range such as 3+4 or 4+5 is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

Expert Architects – Sneak Peak

The sky is the limit in Expert Architects! In this math, writing and presentation class, our students find out on the first day of class that they are the heads of the city’s newest architectural firm. They are commissioned with building the tallest building in a nearby city and must plan their design. Students learn a kid-friendly history of skyscrapers and create a blueprint of their own stylized tall building. They then must weigh other considerations including environmental effects, traffic and surrounding buildings using Google Earth to find the perfect location for their project. Once their blueprint is finished, our expert architects create a three-dimensional model of the structure and deliver a presentation to their “clients” highlighting all aspects of their creation,

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 2-8 (usually a two grade range such as 3+4 or 4+5 is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

The Kids Newsroom – Sneak Peak

Extra! Extra! Read all about it… In the Kids’ Newsroom, our students learn the craft of journalism including investigative writing and research. Our classroom transforms into a working newsroom, complete with editorial staff, reporters, columnists and headline writers. Each student plays multiple roles and works together to create an e-newspaper, as well as a hard copy newspaper, with real stories about their local school and community.

These reporters learn techniques for crafting news stories, writing persuasive editorial essays and interviewing newsmakers. Students edit each other’s work, take photographs and learn the technology skills necessary to produce online and print newspapers. Have an idea for a news story? Call our Newsroom Hotline today!

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 3-8 (usually a two grade range such as 3+4 is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

Future House – Sneak Peak

What will life on Earth be like a century from now? In our Future House class, students imagine and design their home in the year 2117. First, they study what daily life was like one hundred years ago and then they consider how life might change one hundred years in the future. They study the writings of futurists, learn about new “smart homes” and consider what phones, stoves, sofas, televisions and cars might look like in one hundred years. Students use math, writing and presentation skills as they draw up an extensive blueprint of their future house, write a “Day in the Life” story about 2117 and work with geometric calculations as they design their blueprint. Time travel may not really be possible but our Future House students will find themselves in a different time and place!

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 3-8 (usually a two grade range such as 3+4 is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

Green Power! – Sneak Peak

In this debate and social studies program offered to 5th-8th graders, students discover that they have just been named the new Director of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)! As they are briefed on clean water laws, pollution, car pool lanes, endangered species, overpopulation and other environmental issues, students will begin to prepare a report and presentation to the President, outlining the EPA’s new policy in each area.

Debating skills will also be featured in Green Power!, as students debate each environmental issue alternating between arguing their own point of view and being asked to represent a given stance. They will also receive “reports from the field,” fictitious letters from citizens in which challenging environmental problems are raised for the consideration of the EPA Director (for instance, there is an endangered species living where a $100 million factory is going to be constructed. Should construction be halted?)  Our students will be challenged to think critically and creatively in this informative and contemporary class.

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 5-8 (usually a two grade range such as 7th+8th or 5th+6th is optimal)

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

Business Sharks – Sneak Peak

In our Business Sharks class, students play the role of young entrepreneurs as they start with the germ of an idea for a product and business and take it through the entire entrepreneurial process.  Our students develop prototypes, formulate a business plan and devise a marketing strategy.  Meanwhile, students learn through contextual lessons on concepts such as wages, profits and branding while designing print ads, acting out “TV commercials,” researching real estate locations and designing their storefronts.  The class concludes with our young executives pitching their ideas to a group of parents and teachers.  These sharks will really be taking care of business!

Ages: This program can be to offered to groups within Grades 3-5 or 6-8

Times: We tailor our programs to fit your schedule. We can run once-a-week classes, daily classes for vacation weeks or as summer or vacation camps.

Full minute to minute lesson plans, powerpoints, worksheets and materials are included with this program.

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