Hands-On Architecture for Grades 6-8 (1:00)
Course: Hands-On Architecture for Grades 6-8
Instructor: Stepheny Seabolt
Homework Description: No homework for this class
Duration: 30 weeks
Course Description: What do marshmallows, string, paper clips, and cheese spread have to do with architecture? These are just a few of the materials used in Hands-On Architecture to teach sixth through eighth graders about structures. Following step-by-step instructions and photo examples, students learn about points, lines, planes, shapes, and more, as they experiment using everyday objects. They will even design a house and a zoo!
This class is taught by Stepheny Seabolt, who is in her 9th year of homeschooling her three kids, ages 11, 13, and 16. She has an AAS in Business Administration from GTCC, owns her own homeschool curriculum and book consignment shop, and works as both the Schoolhouse Ambassador Mentor and Support Group Liaison for The Old Schoolhouse®. Never one to back down from a challenge, she loves getting her hands dirty, going barefoot, and watching those “lightbulb” moments happen during the homeschooling day.