Fishhawk Creek Elementary
Today the students were challenged to think like engineers with this Valentine’s Day activity. The students were given various materials such as paper, popsicle sticks, straws, etc. Using these materials, the students were tasked to design and create a working bow and arrow!
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We are delighted to welcome seven new after-school mentors to the BSAC team! They were carefully selected from a large pool of candidates for their positive attitudes and a strong passion for making a difference. You can learn more about them by reading their bios below. If you or someone you know would be an excellent fit for the BSAC team, please click here to apply!
Originally from Miami, Jose Guerrero will be a BASE mentor at Brooker Elementary! In his spare time, he enjoys playing sports, exploring the outdoors, and taking
Winter Break Wonderland GalleryActivities at Barrington, Activities at Bevis, Activities at Brooker, Activities at BSAC (All-Stars), Activities at Fishhawk Creek, Activities at Kingswood, Activities at Mann Middle, Activities at Stowers, Activities Lithia Springs, Afterschool, Aquatics, BSAC Childcare, BSAC Community, BSAC Events, BSAC Mission, BSAC News, BSAC Programs, Featured
Join us during winter break for snowball fights, bobsled scooter relays, swimming, ornament making, and other festive games & crafts!
December 23: 7am – 6:30pm
December 24: HALF DAY 7am – 1pm
December 25: CLOSED
December 26: 7am – 6:30pm
December 27: 7am – 6:30pm
December 30: 7am – 6:30pm
December 31: HALF DAY 7am – 1pm
January 1: CLOSED
January 2: 7am – 6:30pm
January 3: 7am- 6:30pm
January 6: 7am – 6:30pm
$120/Week or $40/Day
Today the kids at Fishhawk Creek participated in an activity where they created fake snow. The students were able to make different shapes with the snow, such as a snowman. To make the fake snow, they started by pouring equal amounts of cornstarch and baking soda into a bin. Next, they mixed the baking soda and cornstarch with their fingers. Then they added just enough water so that when they squeeze the mixture, it forms into a ball!
It is getting cold outside! Although it does not snow here in Florida, for this activity the students made snowy, arctic themed crafts. For the first craft, the students made paper penguin hats to wear. For the second craft, other students created their very own version of the arctic skies. They cut out a silhouette of a polar bear and pasted it onto a blank sheet of paper. Then the students chose the colors they wanted to use for the sky. Fun fact: Even though penguins and polar bears both live
The students at Fishhawk Creek celebrated the start of the holiday season by making paper wreaths. Wreaths are normally constructed out of twigs, leaves, or flowers and are arranged in a ring shape. These are typically used as decorations for Christmas. For this craft, the students cut the center out of a paper plate to create a hollow ring. Then they glued strips of green paper on and around the ring to mimic leaves. Finally, the student topped their wreaths off with a pipe cleaner bow to tie in the festive
During outdoor time today at Fishhawk Creek Elementary students got the chance to play with their friends and burn some energy! Students made a snake by holding the hands of each other and moving around while keeping up with one another. They had fun being silly and enjoying time outside with their friends!
Today the Fishhawk Creek Elementary students used their imagination to create unique Google logos based on famous graphic designer Ruth Kedar. Kedar is best known for creating the classic logo used by Google until 2013. The students learned about Kedar and her involvement with the logo then designed their own Google logo modification. The student’s pieces were judged based on artistic merit, creativity and theme communication. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place students in each grade who scored the highest in these categories were awarded a prize.