Baylor Super Saturday Sessions To Be Held March 23

March 13, 2002

by Lori Scott Fogleman

Baylor University's Center for Community Learning and Enrichment will offer Super Saturday sessions on March 23 with springtime fun and creative opportunities for preschool through high school students.

In "Kite Strings," 3-year-olds through kindergartners will learn to harness the wind from 9:30 until 11 a.m. at the Baylor University Piper Child Development Center, 315 Washington Ave. Julie Covington will explain the physics of flight as youngsters make colorful kites.

First- through third-graders will become authors in "Making My Own Big Book" from 9 a.m. until noon at Hillcrest Professional Development School, 4225 Pine Ave. HPDS teacher Bianca Ochoa will provide enriching language activities as students create their own books.

Fourth- and fifth-graders will bring clay figures to life in "Claymation" from 9 a.m. until noon in room 200 of Baylor's Draper Academic Building. Students will use digital cameras, Spin Objects software and imagination under the guidance of technology specialist Teri Lloyd.

With hands-on experience, sixth- and seventh-grade students turn bread dough into art in "Yeast Bread Clinic" from 9 a.m. until noon in room 111 of the Mary Gibbs Jones Building on the Baylor campus. Dr. Janelle Walter, Baylor professor of family and consumer science, will teach the science of yeast bread production as students focus on the art of shaping dough.

The Bard of Avon will draw eighth- through tenth- graders into the Elizabethan world in "Shakespeare for Teens" from 9 a.m. until noon at the Baylor Hooper-Schaefer Dance Movement Studio. Theater production doctoral student Michael Nangle will direct the actors in a short play to be performed at the end of class.

All classes are $30, which includes all lab, materials and facilities fees. For more information, call (254) 710-2171 or visit

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