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Scooby-Doo! Reading & Drawing Grades 1-3

8 Fun Sessions! Designed for Grades 1-3, Up to 6 Friends

  • Ended
  • 112 US dollars
  • Online Zoom Session

Service Description

Course Name: Scooby-Doo Level 2 Reading & Drawing with Friends Group Course ID: POD-R&DF-101 Grades: 1-3 Price: $112, includes 8 Sessions each 1 hour in duration Course Description: The Scooby-Doo Reading & Drawing course provides an online space for friends, to read and draw together during one-hour sessions. Instructor Ms. Johnston will lead the group through Zoom Scooby-Doo read alouds, with books displayed on the Zoom Shared Screen, for all to view and to read from. We'll also enjoy some engaging Scooby-Doo! book discussions and creative drawing prompts. Register to reserve space(s), and invite friends to join in on the fun! Instructor: Stacy Johnston Course Location: Online Live via Zoom Number of Students - Min / Max: 3 / 6 Prerequisites: Zoom Capabilities. You will receive Zoom conference access details in advance of the class start date. Course Materials: N/A * * Home Supplies to Have Readily Accessible: • Sharpened pencils • Eraser • Black ball point pen • Paper (sketchbook or approximately eight sheets of blank printer paper per each session) • Crayons (minimally red, yellow and blue) • Color pencils • Kid friendly scissors • Glue stick • Tape • Surface protection covering (placemat, plastic tablecloth, newspaper, etc.) Custom Courses: This posted course is designed for students in grades in 1-3. All of our Learning ePOD courses can be adapted for older primary school students as well. Got an idea or request for a custom class, party, event, or for private lessons? Contact Stacy Johnston at

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us three business days in advance of the course start date.

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"One of the great aspects to this program was that Ms. Johnston asked the students what they were interested in and then created lessons around their interests. Wow...That was so effective in keeping them interested! I could see that my son's skills were growing as he tried out different techniques and ways to look at objects that he was drawing."

Kathy F.

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