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Science & Nature
At Home in My Habitat - Part One (Flex) - Animal Science
In this flex #academic science course, learners will learn about 4 different habitats, such as polar, forest, Outback & caves. They will learn about the geography, climate & animals through videos, show & tell & other activities.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
Over 4 weeks
No live meetings
US Grade Kindergarten - 3
This world is such a vast place and provides unique environments for animals to live and thrive. In this class, we'll explore 4 different habitats in-depth. Each week will focus on one habitat, exploring the unique climate and geographical features. We'll also identify animals that live in that habitat, highlighting 2 each week.🐻🐧 We will reinforce our learning using hands-on activities, such as maps, art, show and tell and experiments. Now for the details of how our class works: - This...
Each week there will be a variety of activities for learners to complete and upload to the classroom. There will also be about 3-4 videos to watch each week. All of the activities should be able to be completed in about an hour each week.
Most of the materials needed will be provided by the teacher. Paper, crayons, markers and/or paints will be needed to draw animals. Paper and a pencil will be needed to write a list (although if learners are able to type, they can also type their list directly in the classroom). Each week, learners will find something related to that week's habitat for show and tell. It can be something tangible, such as a toy, stuffed animal or a book (even one found at a library). It can also be a show or a movie they like that is related (example: Snow White lives in a cottage in the forest with the dwarves). If these options are not feasible, reach out with questions or for guidance. For our last week, playdough will be needed for making a cave.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please note that playdough may contain wheat, which could cause an allergic reaction if ingested in those sensitive to wheat gluten or with Celiac disease.
Meet the teacher
Hello everyone! My name is Miss April and I am so excited to be a part of the Outschool community! Here you will find that I love to have fun, be silly, and make learners laugh - all while learning at the same time. We do lots of crafts and...
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