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Loveland Classes - 2020-2021 School Year

Meets on Mondays - Faith Church, 2707 N Wilson Ave, 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
Course Descriptions
All Teacher Biographies can be found here.

Art and the Senses Jr.

Teacher: Kathy Anderson

Prerequisites:  cut with scissors independently and copy basic shapes and lines from the board

Ages: 5-8

Class size: 6-14

Materials fee: $30 covers all materials (includes a set of Art Stix for each student to keep). Note:  Watercolor paint will also be used.  Students who have taken art previously may use the paint sets they have.  New students will be provided with a set to use while in class.

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: a paint shirt or apron kept in their backpack to use as needed (optional)

 

COURSE DETAILS:  This art class will focus on learning to see shapes, lines and angles accurately and then reproduce them on paper.  Our projects this year will relate to our 5 senses!  We will create projects with paper, canvas board, Art Stix, markers (metallic and water base), mirror board, coffee filters, cupcake boxes, paper plates, colored pencils, scratch paper, and glow in the dark paint.  All drawings are demonstrated step by step.

 

In addition to fun and skill building, my goal is to use art and literature as a creative avenue for hearing and applying biblical truth.  Most projects will be connected to a literature title. Literature titles include Gregory the Terrible Eater, Tops and Bottoms, You Can’t Smell a Flower With Your Ear, Too Pickley, and Bark George.

 

Projects will include:

  • An illustrated menu of their favorite foods

  • A sunset using a coffee filter

  • Monochromatic paper plate designs

  • Geometric designs reflected on mirror board

  • Glow in the dark silhouette

  • Musical instrument drawn on a piece of sheet music

 

There will be an art show the first week in May. Each student will display 2 pieces of artwork done in class. On the day of the show, during class, we will learn how to give positive feedback focusing on the elements of design. Encouraging comments will be collected for each student’s work and will be taken home at the end of the day. It’s a fun way to encourage each budding artist! 

 

HOMEWORK:  There will be no outside homework for this class

 

 

Art and the Senses

Teacher: Kathy Anderson

Prerequisites:  cut with scissors independently and copy basic shapes and lines from the board

Ages: 5-8

Class size: 6-14

Materials fee: $30 covers all materials (includes a set of Art Stix for each student to keep). Note:  Watercolor paint will also be used.  Students who have taken art previously may use the paint sets they have.  New students will be provided with a set to use while in class.

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: a paint shirt or apron kept in their backpack to use as needed (optional)

 

COURSE DETAILS:  This art class will focus on learning to see shapes, lines and angles accurately and then reproduce them on paper.  Our projects this year will relate to our 5 senses!  We will create projects with paper, canvas board, Art Stix, markers (metallic and water base), mirror board, coffee filters, cupcake boxes, paper plates, colored pencils, scratch paper, and glow in the dark paint.  All drawings are demonstrated step by step.

 

In addition to fun and skill building, my goal is to use art and literature as a creative avenue for hearing and applying biblical truth.  Most projects will be connected to a literature title. Literature titles include Gregory the Terrible Eater, Tops and Bottoms, You Can’t Smell a Flower With Your Ear, Too Pickley, and Bark George.

 

Projects will include:

  • An illustrated menu of their favorite foods

  • A sunset using a coffee filter

  • Monochromatic paper plate designs

  • Geometric designs reflected on mirror board

  • Glow in the dark silhouette

  • Musical instrument drawn on a piece of sheet music

 

There will be an art show the first week in May. Each student will display 2 pieces of artwork done in class. On the day of the show, during class, we will learn how to give positive feedback focusing on the elements of design. Encouraging comments will be collected for each student’s work and will be taken home at the end of the day. It’s a fun way to encourage each budding artist! 

 

HOMEWORK:  There will be no outside homework for this class.

 

 

Heroes of Faith

Teacher:  Kathy Anderson

Prerequisites:  none

Ages: 11-14

Class size: 8-14

Materials fee:  $35 for project materials and books

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: none

COURSE DETAILS: We will be using the YWAM series Christian Heroes: Then and Now.  Each unit will focus on a Christian hero/heroin of faith and will also include social studies, map work, and scripture memory/application.  We will conclude each unit with a culminating activity that features food, cultural activities and an oral presentation of a group project connected with the unit. The reading level of the biographies is fairly easy.  We plan to study Eric Liddell: Something Greater Thank Gold, Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma, and Mary Slessor: Forward into Calabar. Note:  Materials fee includes a copy of each biography.  If you already own one or more titles, please deduct $7.00 for each book from the fee.

 

HOMEWORK: Students are expected to read 20-35 pages each week before coming to class. 

 

 

CRITICAL THINKING & STEM LAB

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 13+

Class size: 6-15

Materials fee: $40.00 includes copies and classroom supplies plus carnival supplies of student’s choosing at the end of the year

Tuition: $27.00

Supplies needed: 1-inch 3-ring binder, lined notebook paper, pens/pencils


COURSE DETAILS: Critical thinking tasks take on many forms that are so important to students in this crazy world we live in. It enhances creativity, encourages curiosity, reinforces problem-solving ability, and makes learning fun. In this engaging, hands-on class, students will solve puzzles, play games, and learn techniques to analyze and think rationally and thoroughly to apply in their own lives. In addition, I will teach concepts from the books The Fallacy Detective and The Thinking Toolbox by Hans and Nathaniel Bluedorn.

 

Some weeks, students will enjoy exploring, tinkering, engineering, and creating from new and recycled materials by engaging in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities. Challenges will be presented, and students may need to think “out of the box”, use creative analysis, and problem solve to build a prototype. Materials such as blocks, Legos, straws, aluminum foil, paper towel tubes, cardboard boxes, washers, index cards, candy, adhesives, etc. will be used.

 

A culminating carnival-themed end-of-the-year project is included as well. Parents will have the opportunity to see the carnival in motion on one of the last days of class.

 

HOMEWORK: Homework will be given, but not every week. Occasionally, emails may be sent home to ask for certain household or recycled products.

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL AMERICAN HISTORY

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 13+

Class size: 5-15

Materials fee: $40.00. Includes Student Review book and Quiz and Exam Workbook, copies and supplies for the class

Tuition: $27.00

Supplies Needed: The two textbooks of the 2014 Edition of Exploring America Parts 1 & 2 by Ray Notgrass. (Two textbooks: Part 1 covers Columbus to Reconstruction and Part 2 covers the late 1800’s to the present). Books can easily be found used and new. Siblings can share everything but the Quiz and Exam book.

 

COURSE DETAILS: Exploring America is a full-year high school course that presents US history from a Christian perspective. It covers Columbus through the present day.

 

Using the textbooks as a guide, I will provide teaching, PowerPoint presentations, and occasional videos to enhance the lessons. Students will take 30 quizzes and 6 tests in class. I will go over American Voices (another textbook offered by Notgrass for this course) in class when I have time, so there is no need to purchase that book. Some geography teaching will be included when appropriate for the lesson.

 

Two projects will be given as homework as well. Students can choose to write essays or research papers, make posters, design artwork, build models, cook, volunteer, make a slideshow or video, etc.

 

Please note: There are excellent options for English and Bible courses attached to this class. Due to teaching time constraints, only the American History portion is what I will be covering in class. I highly recommend that you look into them for your home teaching. For further information, please visit https://history.notgrass.com/shop-high-school/

 

HOMEWORK:  There will be homework EVERY week and must be completed in order to gain credit for the class. Each lesson has ten questions to answer; each unit has 50 questions to address in short answer form.

 

 

COOKING SKILLS 

Teacher: Erin Goodin    

Prerequisites: none

Ages: 9-12

Class size: 5-12

Materials fee: $50 at the beginning of each semester or $100 for the year (these fees may be made in two payments each semester)

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: occasionally students might be asked to bring various kitchen items from home, such as pie plates or Tupperware to help transport food made in class home. This information will be communicated the week before and in a reminder email to the parents.  

 

COURSE DETAILS: In this class we will learn some cooking basics. We will focus on basic cooking and baking skills (chopping, sautéing, measuring) and learning how to follow a recipe. We will cook a variety of items from sweet to savory. If students are interested we will also make something for the Life for the Innocent Fundraiser bake sale in November. The main text will be Cooking Class by Deanna F. Cook. 

 

Please make me aware of any allergies or food sensitivities. It is possible to work around these, but may require students to bring extra ingredients from home.  

 

HOMEWORK: none

 

 

FOUNDATIONS OF PERSONAL FINANCE / FINDING THE CAREER THAT FITS YOU

Teacher: Elizabeth Ridgway

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 13+

Class size: 4-8

Materials fee: $5 for copies

Tuition: $27

Supplies Needed:  

Foundations of Personal Finance: Homeschool Student Text by Dave Ramsey

Finding the Career that Fits You (Companion Workbook) by Larry Burkett and Lee Ellis

One 1 ½ inch binder

 

COURSE DETAILS:

Ensure that your student graduates with the financial smarts they need to transition into savvy consumers.  The Foundations in Personal Finance for Homeschool course is a complete and dynamic high school curriculum that teaches students about saving, investing, credit, debt, money management.  This class will include a DVD series with instruction from Dave Ramsey.

Worth - .5 personal finance credit.

 

Finding the Career that Fits You will provide practical tools to help teens make the most of their high school years and discover their niche in life.  We will take an insightful look at their personalities, skills, life values and vocational interests.  This text will walk students through the job search process and give them confidence needed for a future career. 

Worth - .5 elective credit.

 

HOMEWORK:  Some

 

 

CHEMISTRY I: BUBBLY, STICKY, BOUNCY, AND ICKY!

Teacher: Elizabeth Ridgway

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 5-8

Class size: 5-15

Materials fee: $10 (purchasing experiments, copies, and supplies)

Tuition:  $22

Supplies Needed:  None

 

COURSE DETAILS:  In NOEO Chemistry 1, we will use a variety of resources including books, videos, experiments and projects that allow children to discover the beauty, complexity, orderliness, and wonder of God’s design.  Some topics discussed will be states of matter, atoms, the scientific method, the periodic table, plastics, water, rocks and minerals. We will emphasize vocabulary development and the scientific method.

 

HOMEWORK: None.

 

 

STAND FIRM

Teacher: Elizabeth Ridgway

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 5-8

Class size: 4-10

Materials fee: $10 (crafts and supplies)

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: none

 

COURSE DETAILS: We will take a journey exploring the Armor of God, the Fruit of the Spirit and Psalm 23.  The Kids’ Travel Guide to the Armor of God will lead children to have a faith so bold that they will be able to stand firm in the midst of uncertainty.  They will explore how to be strong in the decisions they make and in relationships with others.

The Kids’ Travel Guide to the Fruit of the Spirit will teach the children how to grow love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control in their daily lives.  They will also learn to express God’s love to others through caring actions and healthy attitudes. 

The Kids’ Travel Guide to the 23rd Psalm will lead children to discover the promises of God’s provision and protection.  We will use Bible stories, games, and activities to have a greater understanding and a firm foundation in their faith through the promises of God.

 

HOMEWORK:  none.

 

 

WORLD’S STORY VOLUME 1: THE ANCIENTS

Teacher: Elizabeth Ridgway

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 9-12

Class size: 4-10

Materials fee: $10 (for copies and projects)

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: The World’s Story Volume 1: The Ancients by Angela O’Dell published by Master Books.  ($26), One 1 ½ inch binder

 

COURSE DETAILS:

This exciting text teaches students about ancient history and civilizations, from Creation to the imperial city of Rome.  Starting in Genesis with Creation and following a story-based approach to world history, we will meet Abraham, Joseph, David and other biblical figures.  Along the way we will visit the sites of major ancient civilizations and trace the rise and fall of numerous empires. 

Students will meet biblical patriarchs, judges, prophets and kings, as well as other historical figures like Hammurabi, Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar.  We will also study ancient civilizations including the Sumerians, Egyptians, Babylonians, Chinese, Persians, Greeks, Romans and more.  This curriculum integrates a Christian focus and perspective through every chapter.  During class we will complete maps, timelines, vocabulary, comprehension questions and hands-on activities.

 

HOMEWORK:  Reading the chapter at home and projects.

 

 

Hand Sewing 

Teacher: Amanda Goodale

Prerequisites: Ability to cut a curved and straight line

Ages: 6 -10

Class size: Min 3, Max 10

Materials fee: $20 (will be used to buy material, thread, yarn, needles, and other items needed for the children's projects)

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: Please have a 2 pocket folder for students to keep handouts in

 

COURSE DETAILS: Students will learn basic hand sewing techniques including (but not limited to) sewing on buttons, hemming, fixing holes, and finishing stitches. Students will start by sewing with plastic needles and yarn and will progress to sewing fabric and completing projects.  By the end of the year students will complete a minimum of 4 projects. Example of projects include: hot pads, rice heating/cold packs, bookmarks, and crayon pouch holders. Projects will be added as time permits.

 

HOMEWORK:  No homework 

 

 

Machine Sewing

Teacher: Amanda Goodale

Prerequisites: Ability to cut a curved and straight line

Ages: 10 +

Class size: Min 3, Max 6

Materials fee: $40 (will be used to buy material, thread, yarn, needles, and other items needed for the children's projects)

Tuition: $27

Supplies Needed: Please have a 2 pocket folder for students to keep handouts in

 

COURSE DETAILS: Students will learn basic machine and hand sewing techniques including (but not limited to) sewing on buttons, hemming, fixing holes, and finishing stitches. Students will be introduced to sewing terms, different fabric types, pdf and paper patterns, and many other aspects of sewing.  By the end of the year students will complete a minimum of 5 projects. Example of projects include: tote bags, aprons (shop style for boys), pillow cases, reusable unpaper towels, and hot pads. Students' input will be taken into account when deciding specific projects. Projects will be added as time permits.

 

HOMEWORK:  Some homework such as crosswords to learn sewing terms will be assigned.

 

 

VOCAL STUDIO JUNIOR

Teacher: Julie Magalong

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 5-12

Class size: 10-25

Materials fee: $17 (Choral Book, CDs, and Props/Costumes)

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: No outside supplies are needed for this class.

 

COURSE DETAILS: Vocal Studio Junior will encourage children to learn to sing correctly, develop their ear and grow their vocal gifts and talents for the Lord. We will be learning the fun musical Fish Tales by Kathie Hill and Melody Morris! These are stories that are ”supernatural, completely factual and actually occurred.” Why? Because these Fish Tales come from God’s Word! Through this musical, students will share the story of how the fish symbol identified early believers, how Jesus fed five thousand people a supernatural supper of real fish and bread. A special emphasis of this tale is the thanksgiving that Jesus expressed to His heavenly Father and his encouragement for us to be thankful…even for fish sandwiches! Then in the Fish Tale “Good Fish for Easter Day” kids find out what was so “good” about Good Friday and continues to after the resurrection when Jesus ate fish and proved He was alive.  Children will really “get their hooks” into the story of the Resurrection with this exciting Fish Tale! In the story of Jesus’ call to the fishermen, “Many Fish for Fishers of Men” kids learn about the Great Commission and how God multiplies our efforts when we share the gospel.

Students will also learn rhythmical movement, simple choreography and some basic drama skills for their performances. This is a three-in-one musical and will be performed in three separate segments divided through the year at Master’s Hand and students will perform at the Master’s Hand Talent Show in November. Prepare to have fun and make a joyful noise unto the Lord!

 

HOMEWORK:  Listening to their cd and memorizing songs

VOCAL STUDIO

Teacher: Julie Magalong

Prerequisites: Must be able to match pitch, enjoy singing and working in a group.

Ages: 13+

Class size: Minimum of 8 (ideally half boys and half girls).

Materials fee: $10 (covers music, copies and CDs).

Tuition: $27

Supplies Needed: Folder with pockets to hold music copies, pencil

 

COURSE DETAILS: This course is intended to be a fun vocal technique class!  I will teach students how to sing in a small group and build vocal confidence.  I will use various techniques from my many years of vocal training to improve range, pitch, tone and breath control. We will develop your ear to hear and sing various parts of the chords.  We will workshop several songs by popular Christian artists, and you will learn how to listen to each other, and blend and build harmonies, as you grow your vocal gifts for the Lord. Depending on the ability of the group, we may also learn some acapella and gospel selections as well.  While this isn’t a performance class, I plan for the students to perform at the Master’s Hand Talent Show in November, and three to four more times at Master’s Hand.

 

HOMEWORK:  Song memorization throughout the year and an essay paper at the end of the year. This paper will describe the impact that one or more of their favorite songs they learned in class had on them musically and spiritually.

 

GENERAL THEATRE

Teacher: Julie Magalong

Prerequisites: Must be willing to memorize their parts for our Spring Performance.

Ages: 8+

Class size: 10-23

Materials fee: $10 (covers scripts, royalties, props/sets).

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: Three ring notebook, pencil with eraser, 2 different colors of highlighters.

 

COURSE DETAILS: This class will begin with FUN theatre games which will help students feel more confident and build acting skills of memorization, characterization, improvisation and working well with others. In mid-fall the students will audition in class for our Spring performance piece.  Possible play choices we may do (depending on enrollment) are: Gladys Aylward: Virtuous One by Warren Sager, Emzara’s Dream: The Untold Story of Noah’s Wife by Warren Sager, or Eyewitnesses: The Story of a Promise Kept by Carrie Varnell.  An alternate play will be chosen if enrollment requires. Some doubling of roles may occur. Younger students may be approved by instructor.  Reading is not essential, though helpful. Older students who have enjoyed this class format (which is different from Advanced Theatre) in previous years are welcome to enroll as well as new students.

 

HOMEWORK: Script memorization, and students and their parents are responsible for providing their own costumes, (with assistance from instructor).

IMPORTANT NOTE: The dates for the Dress Rehearsal and Spring Performance will be announced in the fall. These dates are mandatory and parents will be required to return a signed commitment form to Mrs. Magalong prior to casting announcements.

 

BRITISH LITERATURE AND WRITING

Teacher: Naomi Stahnke

Prerequisites: None. (Although previous writing experience is helpful!)

Ages: 14+

Class size: 4-10

Materials fee: $35 (includes consumable text book, copies of all shorter reading assignments, copies of handouts)

Tuition: $27

Supplies Needed: Three-ring binder, looseleaf notebook paper (no spiral-bound, please), pencils, access to a computer with word-processing software and printer.

You will need to purchase or borrow the following books: Beowulf, Piers Plowman by William Langland, Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan, Paradise Lost by John Milton, Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Perelandraby C. S. Lewis, The Time Machine by H. G. Wells, Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie

 

 

COURSE DETAILS: 

Are you ready for fun and adventure from the land of the English? British Literature and Writing will introduce students to the best literature in the world and stir up an appetite for excellence in their reading choices.  Starting with Beowulf and Canterbury Tales, we will time travel through British history by reading well-loved classics like Milton, Chesterton, Dickens, Chaucer, Austen, Sayers, and Doyle. A brief overview of British history and British literature is provided, as well as several book lists for further reading. Instead of book reports, books are discussed in a “book club” setting. Questions are provided as a springboard for lively conversations about these amazing stories. Writing assignments are based on the reading material and include Nursery Rhyme, Epic Poem, Victorian Poem, Sonnet, Allegory, and Essays. 

 

HOMEWORK: Roughly 2-3 hours a week reading and/or writing. 

 

WRITESHOP JUNIOR

Teacher: Naomi Stahnke

Prerequisites: None

Ages: 9-11

Class size: 4-10

Materials fee: $50 (Includes consumable work book and copies of handouts and activities)

Tuition: $22

Supplies Needed: Three-Ring binder, loose-leaf notebook paper (no spiral-bound, please), 10 tabbed file folders (either manila or colored), pencils, colored pencils, access to a computer with word-processing software and printer

 

COURSE DETAILS:

 

Looking for a class that will put the fun back in writing? Then you’ll love WriteShop Junior! This creative writing program appeals to many learning styles, using exciting games and activities to guide students through each step of the writing process. Whether you have a more advanced student or one who is fairly new to writing, the curriculum is flexible so children can work at their own level.

Students will learn to write and publish fiction, nonfiction, poems, and short reports with lessons topics such as Fables, Science Fiction, and Book Reports. Lessons break the writing process into manageable chunks that are easy to understand and master, using a variety of pre-writing games, graphic organizers, and kid-approved self-editing tools. Students will also grow in their brainstorming and planning skills, gain confidence in writing creatively, and learn new ways to edit and revise their stories and reports. 

 

NOTE: If your student has had little to no past writing experience—or is not quite ready for 5-paragraph writing—I suggest waiting a year or two to take the class, especially if they have weak punctuation or grammar skills and still need a lot of help planning, organizing, and adding details to a story.

 

HOMEWORK: Roughly one hour a week writing or doing pre-writing activities. Younger students may require help from parents.

ADVANCED SHORT STORY WRITING

Teacher: Naomi Stahnke

Prerequisites: Either have taken WriteShop I or have teacher approval.

Ages: 14+

Class size: 4-10

Materials fee: $30 (includes copies of handouts and reading assignments)

Tuition: $27

Supplies Needed: Loose-leaf notebook paper (no spiral-bound, please), 3x5 index cards, pencils, highlighters, access to a printer and computer with word-processing software

 

COURSE DETAILS: 

Get ready for a fast-paced, exciting introduction to the world of fiction writing! Students will take a tour through many of the different fiction genres by reading examples of great writing in each category and then writing their own story in that genre. Topics covered will include historical fiction, science fiction, western, fairy tales, fantasy, tall tales, and family/small town stories. We will also cover the basics of the writing process, plot structure, creating life-like characters, and pacing over the year. Students will also be encouraged to practice creating meaningful stories that encourage and teach important life-lessons. The curriculum will be compiled from different, independent unit studies on each genre. 

 

HOMEWORK: 1-3 hours a week either brainstorming, writing, or editing. While we will take several weeks on each unit/story, each story is required to be between three and eight double-spaced typed pages, so keep in mind there is a LOT of writing involved in this class ;)

 

P.E.

Teacher: Heather Konevitch

Age: Check schedule for age breaks.

Materials fee: $10.00

Class size: 12-27

Class fee: $22.00 per month up to 12 years old. $27 per month for 13 years and older.       

                 

COURSE DETAILS: Who’s ready for P.E.? “Everyone in your spots!” Every child should be building a foundation of an active, healthy life; one that glorifies God with the gift of their bodies. All physical education classes are designed to develop strength, balance, flexibility, and coordination through fun warm-up routines, games, and stretching. Then, each quarter two or three organized games or sports will be taught.

 

Soccer, tinickling, kickball, volleyball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, Frisbee golf, golf swing, flag football, basketball, jump roping, circusing, beanbags, driveway games, badminton, cup stacking, and more are taught. Specific skills will be broken down and games and fun drills will be played to put these skills into action. One game or sport will be taught each quarter that is great for home play so that the student can organize and participate at home with family or friends. Please consider that each unit is taught over three years with emphasis given to one phase. Year One: basic skills. Year Two: team and individual strategy. Year Three: drills and play.

 

P.E. should be taught from a Biblical worldview too! You do not get that from rec programs, Options, or the local fitness or gymnastics center. PE classes provide many ways to teach Biblical principles as well as challenge the students to go beyond their comfort zones. Part of physically educating them is teaching them about the amazing ways God has designed our bodies to perform physically.

 

The thirteen and up class includes fitness curriculum from In The Core Sports Performance. This not only teaches them proper form and movement mechanics, but also teaches them how to work out on their own!

 

SUPPLIES NEEDED: T-shirt, sports pants or long shorts, and tennis shoes. No tights, yoga pants or v-neck tee shirts. No sandals, boots or black marking shoes.