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All About Dolphins!
Learn amazing dolphin facts during this class!. The first part will be basic dolphin anatomy taught with a book. We will watch a video discussing echolocation and how that helps our dolphin friends eat, hunt and communicate.
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Learn some amazing dolphin facts during this class. How do they communicate? What do they eat? How fast can they swim? Why are they so 'friendly'? And much more! We will go over basic dolphin facts, watch an amazing short video, learn about why biologists tag them to study and more. The first part of the class will be basic dolphin anatomy taught by using a book. Then we will watch a short video discussing echolocation and how that helps our dolphin friends eat, hunt and communicate. At the...
Students will learn about echolocation; dolphin anatomy as well as the history and evolution of a dolphin. We will discuss a dolphins life expectancy, how they communicate with each other, what they eat and more! I will keep the students engaged by encouraging open communication, using video guides and photos and books! The last part of the class will be a short video about why biologists tag dolphins. We will end class by learning how to draw one!
We will end class by attempting to draw a dolphin! Only materials needed are a paper and drawing tools.
paper and crayon
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Courtney ClarkeEarly Childhood and Theatre Teacher
27 total reviews
17 completed classes
I am a mom of 2 boys, who is a former Kindergartner teacher and a current owner of a drama education franchise and program for kids ages 5-16. I have taught for over 14 years. I believe that children are magic and I believe that giving them many...