K12 Student Clubs—Hobbies
Connect to Your #MyK12Why with National Clubs
Welcome! We're excited to offer a wide variety of clubs for the 2018–2019 school year.
IMPORTANT things to keep in mind as you choose your club(s):
- Clubs meet from late September through early May.
- Club meetings are one-hour long, and meeting times vary depending on the club and your time zone.
- Please select no more than four clubs.
- Allow two to three weeks for your signup details to be processed.
- Once your club registration has been processed, you'll receive an email from your club teacher and club meetings will appear on your Class Connect schedule.
- Email reminders will be sent one week prior to club meetings.
- Email email@example.com with questions regarding National Clubs.
Calling all LEGO enthusiasts! Through videos, stories, games, and much more, the K–3 LEGO club will explore LEGO history and trivia, as well as show off student creations with a new LEGO challenge during each club meeting. Come one, come all to the K–3 Lego club!
K–5 DIY Makers
Have fun learning how things work and making things with everyday materials. This year, we'll be exploring invisible ink, paper cup speakers, filtering water, and much more. The club is hands on, so be prepared to put on your creativity hat and roll up your sleeves!
Whether you own millions of LEGO blocks or just a few, this is the club for you! You'll explore all things LEGO including the history of the LEGO company, great LEGO builds, LEGOland, LEGO careers, LEGO educational uses, and much more! Through games, fun challenges, and interactive activities, you'll be able to share your amazing LEGO knowledge and skills with other students from around the country!
6–8 DIY Makers
Do you enjoy making fun and useful things? This club creates and crafts using new and repurposed items. Your imagination and creativity will be stimulated as you draw, paint, and work with clay, mixed media, and recycled art to complete various projects. Bring your ideas and be ready for a good time!
7–12 Hobby Farming
Do you love gardening, working with animals, or creating homemade goods? In the Hobby Farming Club we will discuss gardening for profit and fun, breeding and raising animals, and how to market and sell your products. This club is for students who are currently involved in or are interested in a future in hobby farming. Students do not need to have a hobby farm to attend.
9–12 DIY Makers
Do you enjoy crafting? This club aims to create fun projects and crafts by using new and repurposed items. Your imagination and creativity will be stimulated as you draw, paint, and work with clay, mixed media, and recycled art to complete various projects. Bring your ideas and be ready for a good time!