Videos by Williams Martial Arts and Fitness in Ashburn. Williams Martial Arts & Fitness promotes excellence and success in each individual by providing the highest quality Martial Arts and Fitness Training in a disciplined and professional environment. WMAF operates a Sh*to-Ryu Karate dojo in Ashburn, VA.
Our first week of school was Aviation Week!
Our STEAM project was to make and test paper airplanes-one launched manually, the other mechanically engineered with a rubber band. Which do you think flew further?
Starting off pajama day with paper airplane races! #gowmaf #williamsafterschoolprograms #summercamp2019 #backtoschool
The box maker master! #joespizzeria #williamsafterschoolprograms #gowmaf #summercamp2019 #ashburnva #loudouncounty
Spring has been a blast with field trips to Clemyjontri Park, Bunny Bonanza and the Air & Space Museum!
Spring Break camp is kicking off to great start with kids making their own “Frog Blower” Games! Check it out!!
After reading “Bartholomew and Oobleck” we made our own Oobleck aka slime!! We learned how the boric acid in the contact solution works as an activator in turning the glue into slime. Who knew that Dr. Seuss could teach is about science too?!?
An example of the fun we have with STEAM in our after school program! Children voted on what worked faster-water at room temperature, warm or hot. What’s your vote? Looking forward to more fun in 2019!
What was popular in the 70’s and 90’s is back - rollerskating! Many of our campers had never skated before and did a great job yesterday. Tomorrow’s camp? Swimming! #activecamps #winterbreakcamp
Tuesday Camp - a fun STEAM lesson; making popcorn! It was pajama day with movie, popcorn and fun and games!
Monday’s Camp - How high can I jump? How many somersaults can I do in a row? How much pizza can I eat at CiCis buffet?! We had so much fun here at our October 22 camp we had to come back!
After schoolers got a treat Friday as Loudoun County Fire and Rescue brought an ambulance, pumper truck, gear and practiced “stop, drop, cover and roll”! Thanks Moorefield Fire and Rescue, Company 23. You rock!
We took advantage of probably the last few warm days available for some outdoor fitness fun: football, frisbee, helicopter, jump rope, and just simply soaking up some sun!
It was “Apples & Johnny Appleseed” week! Who knew making applesauce could turn into a STEAM project! Children learned the Science of lemon juices acidity keeps apples from turning brown; cooking uses Math as they learned basic fractions; human powered machines explored Engineering (Which was easier, the food press and pestle or crank with spiral and screen?); and the Art was in the applesauce!
Is that a monkey or a child making that noise? (It’s both!) Campers had a blast spending the day at Pumpkinville! Check back for our photo album of the days adventures. #fallfun #pumpkinville
After schoolers cut lose on the dance floor as they tried out some breakdancing moves! Classes on Thursday @ 3:30 begins next week! Be sure to register your child today and let’s see what moves they come up with! #bboylooner #breakdance
It’s Farm Animal Week! Children love tactile learning. So when children learned about cows, they got to simulate milking with gloves and water. STEAM project = fun!
Our first week of school was Aviation Week! Our STEAM project was to make and test paper airplanes-one launched manually, the other mechanically engineered with a rubber band. Which do you think flew further?
Children say they had a great first day of school! We are excited for another fun year with our after schoolers!
Our last week of Summer Camp took us to try out some good old fashion roller skating! Good bye summer!
Our summer reading program with Loudoun County Public Library is finishing up this week. Several of our campers earned a free ice cream! Great job kids! The last program we attended was Japanese Drumming where campers - and adults - learned the culture of taiko drumming!
Great day at the Loudoun County Fair! Lots of animals and impressive circus acts entertained and educated campers. Ask your child what was their favorite animal.