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Creative Earth Science: A Waldorf-Inspired Journey Through Science & Art
Science & Nature
20 Weeks of Hands-On Science
In this semester-long class, students will learn the basics of physical science, life science, earth and space science, and engineering through hands-on activities.
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$12 per class
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45 minutes per class
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"Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world." -Louis Pasteur "History is safe. Geometry is safe. (Science is) punk rock!" -Paul Rudd in Ghostbusters: Afterlife Everything is science. Everything you see and hear, taste and touch, feel and say. There is science in all of it. Over the next semester, we will use common household items to understand scientific concepts and to find some of the places we can see science in our...
Learners will gain confidence in core areas of science and build a foundation in several scientific disciplines. Learners will have a chance to discover and discuss what they learn and see real-world examples of the science we are learning about.
Ms. Brenda loves science and enjoys learning about science for fun. She studied Geology at Mesa Community College, received certificates in Anatomy and Physiology at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, completed an Astronomy and Cosmology course on Khan Academy, and is currently working her way through a Physics course on Khan Academy.
1 file available upon enrollment-(Optional) Text Book- 4th Grade Science Daily Practice Workbook by ArgoPrep (About $15 on Amazon) -Lined paper -a pencil Week One - A marble - Blocks or snap together bricks - An empty card thin cardboard box (like a cereal box) or poster board. - tape (scotch or masking will do) - a yard/meter stick Week Two - A few students will need something that makes noise. This can be a music player, TV, toy or phone. Week Three -Two tennis balls - an empty section of wall Week Four - a flashlight with no batteries in it - batteries for the flashlight Week Five - clay or play-doh - toothpicks Week Six - flashlight - mirror This will work best in a dark room. Does not need to be pitch but the darker the better. Week Seven - flashlight Week Eight - blank paper or drawing paper - drawing utensils Week Nine - a flower, leaf, or another plant (optional) Week Ten - Jelly Beans Week Eleven - patterned fabric or scrapbook paper in two different colors (the more different the better) - many different colors of construction paper - colored pencils -scissors Week Twelve - a small box (like a shoebox or similar) - enough pebbles to cover the bottom of the box - sand - potting soil - a small figurine This project may get messy. An outdoor location is best. Week Thirteen - something to draw with -something to draw on Week Fourteen - A sandbox or a large plastic tub (like a dishpan) filled with sand (or dirt) - water This project may get messy. An outdoor location is best. Week Fifteen -something to draw on -something to draw with Week Sixteen - drawing paper - drawing supplies Week Seventeen - something to draw on - something to draw with - an object in your house with a function (This can be a toy, piece of furniture, piece of clothing, appliance- anything the learner knows how to use) Week Eighteen - something to draw on - something to write on - a pencil with an eraser - Some recyclable items. We'll need a variety of shapes and sizes. Consider: - a tube (like a frozen juice can or toilet paper tube) - a carton (like for oatmeal or milk) - pie plate or take out container - butter tub/ yogurt tub Week Nineteen Everything from last week - birdseed (optional) - glue or tape or both - scissors - other supplies as needed Week Twenty - Paper - Ruler - measuring tape We will be designing and flying paper airplanes. A big open space is best.
Upon request, I will provide parents with a brief report outlining the Next Generation Science Learning Standard for each week and whether their learner met the standard or needs more work on a particular standard. In order to receive the report from me, parents must send me a direct message with the request and the name of their learner or learners.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
When we are discussing the form and function of plants and animals, we may reference evolution and Charles Darwin. We will not be discussing evolution at length. If you have any questions you may contact me directly. Outschool is a secular platform so any alternatives to evolution will need to be discussed outside of class amongst learners and their families. Week Nineteen we will be building bird feeders that we design in week eighteen. Depending on your learner's design, parental assistance may be required. They may need help cutting plastic or punching holes in cardboard or plastic. Please be sure to have an adult nearby.
The primary source for this class is the 4th Grade Daily Science Workbook by Argo Prep. Additional sources include: Books The Usborne Science Encylopedia The DK Encyclopedia of Science A+ Science Projects Online SciShow SciShow Kids
Lifelong Learner and Big Nerd
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256 total reviews
174 completed classes
Hi! I'm Brenda and I'm a homeschool mom, an author, a swim instructor, and a really big nerd. I love stories. I like books, movies, and games. I love to learn about EVERYTHING! Some of my favorite things to learn about are math, dinosaurs, the...