Lexington Community Education
What is important is to keep learning, to enjoy challenge, and to tolerate ambiguity. In the end there are no certain answers.
-Matina Horner
Chemistry in the Kitchen and Literature & Crafts (1CHEM)
Dates:Monday, July 3 - Friday, July 7Location: Harr
Instructor: Charlotte GrahamGrade Levels: K - 2
Status: FullTuition: $235
This class is co-taught by Charlotte Graham & Callie Graham

Let your imagination, creativity, and critical thinking skills thrive through science experiments and craft projects. For half the day, we will safely experiment with common kitchen chemicals to produce science experiments, such as erupting volcanoes and growing crystals. We will also examine other scientific processes, such as fermentation and energy transference, through the creation of foods including pretzels, ice cream and chocolate chip cookies. We will record our findings in daily lab reports. During the second half of the day, we will explore the adventure offered through the language of story. We will also work toward developing and improving the basic skills necessary for reading well while making stories come alive through art projects. Charlotte Graham is a retired Clarke Middle School SPED teacher and Callie Graham is an English teacher at Burlington High School.
About the instructor:
Ms. Graham. Teaches grade 7 Language-based learning disabilities.