‘A Bugs Life’ one of many classes at SFCC Kid’s College


Kid’s College students learn all about bugs

Kristen Herren reads “The Bug Dance” by Stuart J. Murphy, to her class at Kid’s College at State Fair Community College Friday afternoon. Herren, who was teaching the class “A Bug’s Life,” said the week long class mixed science and art to learn about insects. The children learned about insect anatomy and their environment.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Friday in the class “A Bug’s Life,” at SFCC, Brooklyn Ditzfeld, 8, draws a picture of a shoe walking near a bug. Ditzfeld said her friend Ruth England, 9, made the gloves she was wearing in a morning “Fashionista” class one of the several Kid’s College classes. Kid’s College will continue next week with a variety of classes for children pre-kindergarten through sophomore age.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Eveline Schenkel, 6, selects a black marker Friday so she can highlight her bug drawing in the afternoon class “A Bug’s Life,” during Kid’s College at SFCC. Kristen Herren, instructor for the class of 5 through 9-year-olds, said after the students highlighted their art they would use oil pastels to color them.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Kid’s College instructor, Kristen Herren, provided a image for the children to draw from on Friday. Herren said next week she would be teaching a “Ladyship” class where students would learn about manners, modesty, chivalry and also Internet safety.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Kristen Herren reads “The Bug Dance” by Stuart J. Murphy, to her class at Kid’s College at State Fair Community College Friday afternoon. Herren, who was teaching the class “A Bug’s Life,” said the week long class mixed science and art to learn about insects. The children learned about insect anatomy and their environment.

Friday in the class “A Bug’s Life,” at SFCC, Brooklyn Ditzfeld, 8, draws a picture of a shoe walking near a bug. Ditzfeld said her friend Ruth England, 9, made the gloves she was wearing in a morning “Fashionista” class one of the several Kid’s College classes. Kid’s College will continue next week with a variety of classes for children pre-kindergarten through sophomore age.

Eveline Schenkel, 6, selects a black marker Friday so she can highlight her bug drawing in the afternoon class “A Bug’s Life,” during Kid’s College at SFCC. Kristen Herren, instructor for the class of 5 through 9-year-olds, said after the students highlighted their art they would use oil pastels to color them.

Kid’s College instructor, Kristen Herren, provided a image for the children to draw from on Friday. Herren said next week she would be teaching a “Ladyship” class where students would learn about manners, modesty, chivalry and also Internet safety.

Kristen Herren reads “The Bug Dance” by Stuart J. Murphy, to her class at Kid’s College at State Fair Community College Friday afternoon. Herren, who was teaching the class “A Bug’s Life,” said the week long class mixed science and art to learn about insects. The children learned about insect anatomy and their environment.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071616KidsCollege-1.jpgKristen Herren reads “The Bug Dance” by Stuart J. Murphy, to her class at Kid’s College at State Fair Community College Friday afternoon. Herren, who was teaching the class “A Bug’s Life,” said the week long class mixed science and art to learn about insects. The children learned about insect anatomy and their environment. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Friday in the class “A Bug’s Life,” at SFCC, Brooklyn Ditzfeld, 8, draws a picture of a shoe walking near a bug. Ditzfeld said her friend Ruth England, 9, made the gloves she was wearing in a morning “Fashionista” class one of the several Kid’s College classes. Kid’s College will continue next week with a variety of classes for children pre-kindergarten through sophomore age.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071616KidsCollege-2.jpgFriday in the class “A Bug’s Life,” at SFCC, Brooklyn Ditzfeld, 8, draws a picture of a shoe walking near a bug. Ditzfeld said her friend Ruth England, 9, made the gloves she was wearing in a morning “Fashionista” class one of the several Kid’s College classes. Kid’s College will continue next week with a variety of classes for children pre-kindergarten through sophomore age. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Eveline Schenkel, 6, selects a black marker Friday so she can highlight her bug drawing in the afternoon class “A Bug’s Life,” during Kid’s College at SFCC. Kristen Herren, instructor for the class of 5 through 9-year-olds, said after the students highlighted their art they would use oil pastels to color them.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071616KidsCollege-3.jpgEveline Schenkel, 6, selects a black marker Friday so she can highlight her bug drawing in the afternoon class “A Bug’s Life,” during Kid’s College at SFCC. Kristen Herren, instructor for the class of 5 through 9-year-olds, said after the students highlighted their art they would use oil pastels to color them. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Kid’s College instructor, Kristen Herren, provided a image for the children to draw from on Friday. Herren said next week she would be teaching a “Ladyship” class where students would learn about manners, modesty, chivalry and also Internet safety.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071616KidsCollege-4.jpgKid’s College instructor, Kristen Herren, provided a image for the children to draw from on Friday. Herren said next week she would be teaching a “Ladyship” class where students would learn about manners, modesty, chivalry and also Internet safety. Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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