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One - To - One High School Science Tutoring
Science & Nature
Batty for Bats! (Ages 4 - 5)
Calling all inquisitive kids! Does your child love bats? Do they have lots of questions about them? This class will help them answer those questions while while working on Reading, Writing, Math, and Science skills.
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This class will be all about Bats! The learners will have the opportunity to share what they already know about bats and ask questions that they may have. We will use nonfiction text to look for facts about bats and the answers to our questions. We will discuss and write the facts that we learn. We will play a math game with a bat theme, sing a few bat songs, and make our very own bat. This class will include participation through class discussion and completion of google slide...
Students will learn about bats.
I am an early childhood teacher with nineteen years of classroom experience. I taught First Grade for seventeen years and Kindergarten for two years.I have a Master's degree in Education - Reading and Literacy, a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, and a Bachelor's degree in Business - Finance. While I love teaching all subject areas, I really enjoy teaching children how to read. I also enjoy teaching young learners through integrated thematic units whenever possible.
Pencil Crayons Glue Stick Scissors Bat Printables (will require a printer)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students may need supervision with scissors and glue.
National Geographic Readers: Bats Bats by Gail Gibbons Bats: Backyard Wildlife
Certified Early Childhood Teacher with a Masters Degree in Reading and Literacy
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
116 total reviews
123 completed classes
I am an early childhood teacher with twenty one years of experience. I have spent the past two years teaching children online. I taught First Grade for seventeen years and Kindergarten for two years in a public elementary school. I have a...