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BookShark Swimming Deeper With Walt Disney!

Join BookShark for an in-person, hands-on learning experience about Walt Disney.

Whether your child is a budding artist, a young writer, an aspiring entrepreneur, or simply someone who loves Walt Disney, this event is for you!

This event was designed for students ages 7-12. Older students are welcome to register!  Parents are required to stay with their children during the event.


Wednesday, February 13, 2019 First Session  9:30 - 11:30AM Second Session 1:00 - 3:00 PM




Community Meeting Center

11300 Stanford Ave

Garden Grove, CA 92840

During the 2 hour session, your student will explore the history, art and animation of Disney.

Learn about Disney’s life, art, perseverance, and amazing innovations. Sketch cartoons as an artist teaches step by step sketching techniques and make flip-book animations similar to what inspired Walt Disney.


Each registered child who attends the event will receive a free copy of Who Was Walt Disney? ($5.99 value). All art materials necessary to participate in the art and animation workshops is also included.

For more information and to reserve your students spot please use this link BookShark Walt Disney Day                      


BookShark is a complete, literature-based, homeschool curriculum developed for Pre-K to Age 16 students.

Our curriculum uses a variety of educational resources including literary fiction and nonfiction, biographies, illustrations and hands-on experiments to deliver an engaging and complete education that extends beyond textbook memorization.

The curriculum is easy for parents to teach. All of the planning and preparation is done for you so you can enjoy learning together. They provide 36-week, 4-day schedules designed to save one day a week for sports, field trips or other extracurricular activities.

BookShark combines a proprietary History, Science and Language Arts offering with a wide range of math options, including Math-U-See, Saxon, Singapore, and more to ensure you have everything you need for an entire school year.


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