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Art.Play.Learn Asynchronous School Day Homework Help

Asynchronous School Day Homework Help

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Art.Play.Learn


Art.Play.Learn Asynchronous School Day Homework Help
Ages

5 - 16 yrs

Dates

Wed, Jan 25, 2023 - Jan 25, 2023

1 class
Time

8:00am - 12:00pm EST

Location

9811 Mallard Dr, Laurel, MD 20708

Instructor

Meredith K.

Capacity

30 students

Discounts

Sibling Discount


Class Experience

If you are a working parent, asynchronous school days can mean missing work or trying to juggle working from home and supporting multiple kids with their asynchronous work.  Maybe you can take the time but still need help understanding their assignments or the strategies they are learning, especially with Common Core math. We are here to help!


Drop your student(s) off and let our tutors support them to succeed at completing and turning in all of their assignments.


Students should bring their school-provided chromebook, charging cords, homework folders and any special school supplies with them. Pencils, paper, erasers, colored pencils, markers, crayons, post-it notes, art supplies (watercolors, paint, glue), glue sticks and scissors will be available for them to use. Pack snacks, drinks, breakfast and/or lunch. We will facilitate breaks and eating along with academic work.


When they're done, we will have peer-interactive activities for them to take part in. Need extra play time? Join our Day Off with Friends activity too.

Other Things To Know

Cancellation Policy

Classes are non-refundable unless we cancel. In the event your scheduled teacher is unable to teach the scheduled class, we will first attempt to provide a substitute. If a substitute is not available, we will attempt to re-schedule. 


What To Bring

  • school-provided chromebook
  • charging cords
  • homework folders
  • school/class-specific supplies that are unusual
  • snacks, drinks, breakfast &/or lunch

Art.Play.Learn Location

Bowie/Laurel - Maryland

9811 Mallard Dr, Laurel, MD 20708


Meet your Instructor

Meredith K.