There are no open spots for this class, but we found something similar!
5.0 (3) · Ages 5-8
Exploring Our Planet - Earth Science Flex
5.0 (1) · Ages 12-15
Middle School Earth Science Quarter 3: Fossils, Evolution, Geologic Time Scale
5.0 (24) · Ages 8-12
Fifth Grade Science with Hands On Fun! Semester Two
5.0 (2) · Ages 12-17
Ancient World Civilizations Flexible Schedule History
5.0 (1) · Ages 6-8
Exploring History and Geography: A Comprehensive Course for 1st and 2nd Grade
5.0 (28) · Ages 5-9
Exploring Science: The Solar System! Hands on Interactive Science Fun!
Science & Nature
Big History of Earth: From the Big Bang to the Rise of the Roman Empire
Explore the HiSTORY of Earth from the earliest moments of the Universe, through the birth of the solar system and development of life on earth, and the rise of human civilizations in this interdisciplinary 20-week semester course.
Annette the Teacher B.A. TEFL TESOL
102 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 3 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
learners per class
$14 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 20 weeks
50 minutes per class
There are no open spots for this class.
You can request another time or scroll down to find more classes like this.
Explore the Big HiSTORY of the Earth. The Story of the Earth will come alive in this 20-week class through science, history, geology, art, and writing. Big HiSTORY of Earth will bring our collective story alive. Travel through space and time to see the formation of the Universe, and then the Milky Way Galaxy, and finally our own Solar System and home planet Earth. We will explore Earth's history through the Eons from the first molecules, through the development of water, and our atmosphere....
This class is taught in English.
This class will fulfill requirements for lessons in science, geography, history, and art. If you need exact times spent in class for each of these areas, please ask. We will also complete a project during each class session. The projects and worksheets can be used for homeschool portfolios. If you will need a formal assessment, please contact me at the time of enrollment.
Annette the Teacher has been teaching for a very long time. She has over three decades of experience teaching children of all ages. She has a B.A. in Sociology with minors in Biology, Chemistry, and Writing from the University of Pittsburgh. She has homeschooled her own children from Pre-School through (their current) High School. All of her classes are interactive. Annette encourages students to fully participate in class. All of her classes feature hands-on activities and books Annette writes for the class herself. Annette is a published writer, publisher, and artist. She uses her extensive knowledge and experience to create unique classes for every student. She enjoys teaching science, history, art, and cooking classes. She brings history alive with her "Big History ..." classes where students learn about key times in history and complete hands-on projects. "Paint like ... Famous Artists" art classes where students will learn about famous artists and create their own artwork based on the artists' works. "Smart Science" classes where we explore science and complete experiments and projects. Annette knows hands-on, interactive experiences are the best way for children to learn. Annette also has experience working with Special Needs children. She is Mom to a child on the autism spectrum and a child with serious medical needs. She also has worked with children with ADHD. If your child has special needs, please contact Annette so she can work with you and your child. Annette first became interested in ancient cultures in the 1970's when the "King Tut" craze swept the nation. She continued to study the ancient cultures of Persia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, China, and others in college. Some years later, she taught herself to read Latin so she could read the works of Gaius Julius Caesar in their original form. She has taught ancient history as a part of her homeschool curriculum and developed the "Life in..." History series as a way of teaching her autistic daughter history. Annette has completed Continuing Education Certification with OER's Big History and World History Projects and the NMNA's Foundation for Teaching and Learning about Native Americans. She completed her Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development certificate. She is currently working on certifications for working with special needs children and early education. TEFL certification.
Students will have a course project to complete.
4 files available upon enrollmentWe will do a weekly project or experiment. The Projects are: Week 1: Experiment 1: Balloon & Masking Tape / Experiment 2: Bowl & Water & Pepper & Dish Detergent / (optional) Large plastic cup Week 2: Art Project: 1 piece of colored paper & liquid paints - Tempera or Liquid Acrylic (at least 3 colors) & q-tips OR popsicle sticks & optional glitter / Experiment 1: Tall clear glass OR tall plastic food storage container & 2 tablespoons of rice & 2 tablespoons of either elbow macaroni OR ditalini & a spoon & half cup of water Week 3: Experiment 1: pie pan OR a large wide bottom bowl & 3 colors of playdough / Experiment 2: Bowl & Water & Box of Corn Starch & Spoon Week 4: Experiment 1: Plate OR Piece of Foil OR Piece of Wax Paper & shaving cream & 3-4 small pieces of cardboard (2-3 inches or 4-5 cm square) / Printout of Tectonic Plates Week 5: Empty Toilet Paper Tube & brown paper & 1 pipe cleaner & black marker & safety scissors & white glue & tape Week 6: Playdough* & plastic dinosaurs & popsicle sticks OR different shapes of pasta OR pencils Week 7: 2 Empty Toilet Paper Tubes & safety scissors & clear tape & white glue & brown paper & pencil Week 8: No supplies Week 9: Brown paper OR brown paper bags & brown OR black OR red paint & large paintbrushes & cup of water Week 10: Playdough* & plastic plate Week 11: Print Worksheets from the Class Page Week 12: Thin cardboard or poster board & clear tape & markers or crayons & safety scissors & template from Class Page Week 13: Oven dry clay or air dry clay Week 14: Paper OR Tissue Paper & straws & tape & string Week 15: Play-dough or clay Week 16: 6-8 Empty Toilet Paper Tubes, cardboard, glue, white paint Week 17: 4 Popsicle Sticks or Disposable Plastic or Paper Straws, paper, glue, tape, safety scissors, decorating materials - paints, markers, crayons, pastels, etc., Osiris Printout from the Class Page Week 18: 8 popsicle sticks, 1 plastic spoon, 6 rubber bands (long and skinny work best) Week 19: Student projects Week 20: Students' choice - Art Project: Roman Mosaic, STEAM - Gladiator Shield, STEAM - Roman Arch, Music - Drums (Class will vote to pick one project for the final class. A supply list will be provided for the chosen project.) All worksheets will be posted on the class page. When scissors are used, adult supervision is recommended. * Playdough can be commercial or homemade playdough, Sculpy or oven-dry clay, Model Magic or air dry clay
Please let me know if an assessment is needed prior to the start of the section.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be completing projects and experiments. At times, we will be using scissors.
This class was developed by Annette the Teacher. All worksheets, projects, and class information were created by Annette the Teacher. Concepts in this class were inspired by OER's Big History Project and World History Project. A variety of sources were used in developing this class, including OER's Big History Project and World History Project plus online resources and traditional textbooks including McDougall Little's World History, Hands-On History books, Tools of the Ancients books, Timelines of World History, Clothes & Crafts of Ancient History books, and The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt.
Annette the Teacher B.A. TEFL TESOL
I am a Teacher & Homeschool Mom with three decades of experience. I teach in all time zones, just ask for a class.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
102 total reviews
242 completed classes
Hello. I am Annette the Teacher. I can't wait to teach you here on Outschool. I use Activity Based Learning in my classes. Learning should be fun. My classes are based on hands-on learning projects. In my classes, you get into the action with...