Havertown Crafts & Hobbies Lessons for Seniors
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Teaching since 1982
I teach beginner level jewelry making.
Students can make a pair earrings, bracelet and necklace.
The "Multi-Color Bracelet" and "Red Origami Earrings" are examples of what you can make in my class. All supplies are provided.
Independent Arts and Crafts Professional with over 40 years experience who loves to make beautiful things. Love helping others embrace their creativity. I have 5 sewing machines and you can use one of mine or bring your own. While most of my students are sewing students I love to incorporate jew
AA Fashion Design from FIDM
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 2013
*Learn basic through advanced sewing skills
*Boost individual design style
*Master sewing machine techniques
*Explore your creative spirit
Lessons are personalized with your choice of project and ability
Let me share my passion of sewing with you!
I love to sew! and have great joy in teaching the craft. I have been sewing since I was 7 years old, taught by my Grandmother. A FIDM alumni, I worked in the garment industry designing jr. dresses and as a pattern maker, as well as a costume stylist for 14 years in film‚ television, and commercial
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches students 7 to 50
Master in Educational Media/Technology Specialist from Nova Southeastern University
Sandra B.Book Now
During the time you are creating a project, your mind will focus and clear thoughts which could trouble you while healing your soul. I have a degree in Fashion Design and presently teach basic sewing lessons at the school which I teach 3rd grade Math and Science.
Sandra Ballart received an Associate Degree in Fashion Design from Miami Dade College, a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Barry University and a Master of Science in Educational Media and Technology from Nova Southeastern University. She is fluent in English and Spanish. She holds certificates t
Speaks English, Arabic
BA- Criminology, Law, and Justice from University of Illinois in Chicago- UIC
Teaching since 2014
As far as chess goes, anyone can learn how to move a piece, control the board, or utilize move patterns. The thing that separates the average from the adept is the understanding of the multiple levels of "playing". Starting with your mind set, moving on to the game board, and ultimately defeating the opponent sitting across from you...
Defeating your opponent is literally the goal of chess. So, it is important to remember to have fun while being competitive.
I am a Chess Player, and have been since elementary school where I joined the chess club and became addicted to the game. That's when found out my younger brother was cheating when he taught me how to play a few weeks before. Needless to say he cant win against me anymore...OK fine, he gets lucky sometimes...at the end of the day we supported each other and our friends at a bunch of chess tournaments!
Now, at this point in my life, it is time to share some chess knowledge and support someone who is looking for that ...
As with anything else I teach It is important to understand the fundamentals and then gain knowledge from those experiences onward. Learning and enjoying anything depends on practice experience as well as separate tactics that cause you to be unique and create an advantage only you have.
Speaks Spanish, English
Awarded 100,000 YouTube Views Milestone from Youtube.com
Teaches students 5 and up
Learn how to play Yu-Gi-OH!, How to play Yu-Gi-OH! Trading Card Game, YGO, Yugioh Trading Card Game. I love the Yugioh Trading card game so much I became a "YugiTuber" known as "Jam1" from Jam1TCG. I am a 90s kid and grew up with the Yu-Gi-oh! tv show. I have played the game since the early 2000s and I love it so much I never really stopped playing it. Its hard 1st starting out but because the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game has many complex ruling that's why you should have a good teacher if you want to learn how to play Yu-gi-oh!
I am very organized and have a passion for creating and doing things that give people a new perspective on life. I set plans and goals, and do what it takes to get things done in the most efficient ways possible and I am able to adapt even when things don’t quite work out. As a 2nd Degree Black Bel
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2000
John S.Book Now
I learned to play chess from my dad when I was seven. Ever since, I have been playing in national and international chess tournaments. I was a four-time state high school chess champion. I'm an experienced tournament chess player (14 Years) and chess teacher (10 years). I have a masters degree in education from Harvard University. In addition, I have trained as a long distance runner. I was on my high school and college track and cross country team. I continue to run today and train for half-marathons and marathons.
I have taught chess with the US Chess Center in Washington, DC. I have created several after school and in school chess programs in DC, Ohio and Boston. I was a program officer for a small nonprofit that taught chess in hospitals, libraries and schools throughout the Massachusetts area. I have taught chess to both children and adults with a wide range of abilities. I was the Vice President of the Massachusetts Chess Association for 5 years.
I learned to play chess from my dad when I was seven. Ever since, I have been playing in national and international chess tournaments. I was a four-time state high school chess champion. I'm an experienced tournament chess player (14 Years) and chess teacher (10 years). I have a masters degree in e
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