Find Classes
Log In

There are no open spots for this class, but we found something similar!

Class listing photo
5.0 (5) · Ages 8-12

Animal Science: Draw and Learn About Amazing Animals (Ages 8-12) (Science & Art)

Class listing photo
5.0 (13) · Ages 4-7

What?.....Animal Butts!

Class listing photo
5.0 (33) · Ages 4-7

Animal Charades: Are You Wild or Domesticated?

Class listing photo
5.0 (5) · Ages 12-15

Animal Trivia | Test Your Animal Knowledge & Learn Amazing Facts | Ages 12-15

Class listing photo
5.0 (7) · Ages 6-7

Animal Trivia! | Let's Learn About Amazing Animals | Ages 6 & 7

Class listing photo
5.0 (13) · Ages 4-7

Animal Explorers & Artists- Wildkratts Style!

Science & Nature

All About Animals! Calling All Animal Lovers Ages 4-7

In this 5-week class, students play games, sing songs, and learn about lots of animals, their habitats, characteristics and adaptations, wild vs. domestic, nocturnal vs. diurnal, herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores, and more!
Suzanne Gianattasio
15 total reviews for this teacher
New class
  There are no upcoming classes.
year olds
learners per class


Charged upfront
$10 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 5 weeks
45 minutes per class
Calendar icon

There are no open spots for this class.

You can request another time or scroll down to find more classes like this.


Class Experience

By the end of each class, students should be able to classify animals by the concepts taught in each class (nocturnal vs. diurnal or predator vs. prey for example). They should be able to name some animals taught in each class and some characteristics of each one. Using their new knowledge of animal characteristics and adaptations, they should also be able to make good predictions about new animals based upon their understanding. For example, an animal with sharp teeth and claws is probably a carnivore, and a predator. 
Homework is not required, but students will be encouraged to look for animals in the habitats around their homes and to use their new knowledge to identify and classify animals according to what we have learned in class.
Each class has several places where students are asked questions and given several options for answers. Students may answer in a group format but also take turns individually and progress will be assessed informally as we go. Students who need further help and support will be given additional support and help understanding the concepts taught.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There are a few images that show carnivores eating another animal. These are not graphic and don't show a lot of detail, but parents may want to discuss this topic with sensitive learners in advance of Lessons 7 and 8 (Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores and Predators vs. Prey).


Suzanne Gianattasio
Lives in the United States
BA English and Education, TESOL Certified
15 total reviews
17 completed classes

About Me

My name is Suzanne Gianattasio and I love working with kids of all ages! I believe that active participation with fun and educational activities is the key to learning for my students, so I try to make class interactive and engaging. I love to... 
SafetyPrivacyCA PrivacyLearner PrivacyTerms
© 2023 Outschool