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Book Club - Time Travel With the Magic Tree House Series!
#2 Magic Tree House: Knights at Dawn Camp
Ms. Kelli, Simply Inspired Education
Through this novel study, a knight directed draw and optional STEAM Challenges, students will follow Jack and Annie's adventure through the perils of the medieval life of knights, castles and dungeons.
US Grade 2 - 5
Grab your imagination and join me as we follow Jack and Annie throughout their medieval adventure as they explore castles, dungeons, moats and knights. Students will read, collect, investigate and document clues to help solve the mystery of who owns the treehouse and who is the mysterious “M”. Students will create a paper version of Jack’s backpack to house their completed activities. Students will read, discuss, create art projects throughout the week. Students will deepen their vocabulary,...
Some of the skills that will be strengthened in each class include: • Searching for context clues to make predictions • Comparing and contrasting characters • Drawing conclusions • Summarizing • Finding the main idea • Using text evidence
Magic Tree House was a favorite series in my own household. As a teacher, I continue to love the adventures of Jack and Annie.
Homework OfferedStudents will complete the assigned reading (typically 1-3 chapters) between classes and optional independent activities. The time requirement for homework depends upon how fast a reader the student is. Prior to Class, please complete the chapters and any optional activities: Class 1: Read chapters 1-2 Class 2: Read chapters 3-5 Class 3: Read chapters 6-8 Class 4: Read chapters 9-10
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedThe learner will be assessed through discussion and teacher observation.
4 files available upon enrollmentSupplies: Book: Magic Tree House, Knight at Dawn, scissors and crayons (plus any optional STEAM Challenge Supplies listed below) Optional book: Magic Tree House Fact Tracker, Knights and Castles (the non-fiction companion) Students will need their own book for class. Ideas for finding the book include book sales, libraries, audio, or borrowing a copy from a friend. It is also available on Amazon.com for about $5. All other materials will be provided in the Outschool classroom. Optional Materials for STEAM challenges (see print-out for more details): salt flour cornstarch (optional- but it makes the dough softer) Large piece of poster board Toothpicks Paints Toilet paper rolls cardboard
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Depending on reading level, students may need assistance in reading the chapters as well as completing the optional activities. Please share the class with others. If the minimum number is not met within 24 hours of the class, the class may be pushed to start at a later date or canceled.
The following information I loaded into the "STEAM Challenges and Fact Tracker" attachment. Facts: The Middle Ages began about 450 A.D. and lasted over 1,000 years. It is called the Middle Ages because it falls between the ancient and modern times. Universities and education were now valued during this time. New kinds of paintings and poetry were created. There were some wars during this time period (people fought for religion, who to marry but mostly for land). Eyeglasses were invented during the MIddle Ages. Most of the lands were owned by kings, called Kingdoms. Soldiers that protected the kingdom were known as knights. Some knights carried swords that were so long and heavy that they couldn’t hold them with one hand. Anyone who ruled over the land and people on it was called a lord. People called Serfs were allowed to farm a tiny bit of the kingdom’s land. The feudal system was used whereas there was a trade for using land for work. Many rich people were known as nobles. Noble women were called ladies and had titles such as baroness, duchess or countess. Noble men had titles such as baron, duke, or count. It could take 20 or more years to build a castle. Some castles had moats with crocodiles in them. Thousands of servants and armored men worked for a castle.
Meet the teacher
Kelli has been an educator since 1996. She has taught in various settings such as in public general education, distance online learning, Girl Scouts, and outdoor 6th grade camp education. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University...
$52for 4 classes
1x per week, 4 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(4)
Completed by 16 learners
Live video meetings
1-9 learners per class