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All About Pumpkins-Let's Have Fun and Practice Reading, Writing, Math & Science!
We will meet four times to learn all about pumpkins. Students will be so busy exploring this fall favorite that they won't even notice they're practicing reading, writing, math and science!
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Get ready to learn all about a fall favorite -Pumpkins! In this class we blend reading, writing, math and science together to create a meaningful learning environment that helps students master the content. Here is what you can expect each day! Day One: We will have a "Did you know" game of pumpkins. Students will read about the pumpkin life cycle and create a fill in the blank book. Day Two: Will it float or sink - mini pumpkin experiment Label Parts of a Pumpkin Day...
Day One: Print pumpkin book Day Two: One mini pumpkin, large bowl of water, pumpkin glyph paper printed Day Three: Pumpkin labels printed Day Four: One "big" pumpkin (this can be a typical carving pumpkin or some of the more off the wall ones found at places like Trader Joes) The top of the pumpkin needs to be cut off so students can access the inside. They should do this in an area that is easy to learn because it will get messy! They should also have crayons and a pencil handy for each class.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Bachelors in Elementary and Special Education, High School Transition Teacher, 10 Years Experience
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
165 total reviews
165 completed classes
Hello Families! My name is Amanda, and I am so happy that you're considering me as a teacher! A little about my credentials; I have a dual bachelor's degree in Elementary and Special Education from Northern Arizona University. I've taught first,...