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Class Spotlight: Our Exploratory Crochet Class Taught by Ms. Brannen at Burns Sci Tech

At Burns Sci Tech, we believe in nurturing creativity and empowering our students to explore new horizons. That's why we're excited to introduce our exploratory crochet class for 6th graders, taught by the talented Ms. Brannen! This unique program not only allows students to discover the art of crochet but also teaches valuable life skills and encourages giving back to the community.

Exploring the World of Crochet with Ms. Brannen

Our exploratory crochet class is designed to introduce students to the wonderful world of crochet, a craft that combines artistry and practicality. Crochet offers a myriad of benefits, including improved fine motor skills, enhanced creativity, and a sense of accomplishment as students create beautiful, functional items.

In this class, our 6th graders will be focusing on crafting pot holders under the guidance of Ms. Brannen. This project not only allows students to practice basic crochet stitches but also provides them with a useful item to take home and cherish. Additionally, it instills a sense of responsibility as students learn to follow patterns and complete projects from start to finish.

How You Can Help

To ensure the success of our exploratory crochet class, here's how you can contribute:

Material Needed:

  • 100% Cotton Yarn: This type of yarn is essential for creating durable and heat-resistant pot holders.

  • Crochet Hooks (Size G, H, J, and K): Different hook sizes allow students to experiment with various crochet techniques and textures.

Your generous donations of these materials will directly impact the learning experience of our students while helping them develop their creative potential




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