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Black History: We Had a Dream and Made It Happen
In this one-time class, I will talk to the learners about African Americans who made a difference in their respective fields, then at the end of class we will set up an experiment that will go along with one of the great black inventors.
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Once per week
over 2 weeks
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per learner - per class
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In this one-time class I will present to the learners some of the great discoveries and accomplishments made by African Americans throughout history, using information from books such as "Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History" by Vashti Harrison and " A Kid's Guide to African America History" by Nancy I. Sanders. Because there are many, many notable black men and women who have impacted the world and provided inspiration and influence for all to dream big, I will only go over some from...
Students will learn important history of the United States, and will appreciate the sacrifices and hard work of these African Americans. They will learn that their own dreams can become a reality if they work hard and do not give up.
Growing a sweet potato vine - Sturdy toothpicks or wooden skewers, a sweet potato, narrow glass jar, water .For this experiment, you will take a small sweet potato and poke 3 or 4 sturdy toothpicks or wooden skewers through it, about halfway down. Parents may need to help children put the toothpicks through the sweet potato. You will then get a small jar and put the sweet potato inside; it should go about half way down, with the toothpicks preventing it from going all of the way. Add enough water to the jar to cover the end of the sweet potato. Set the jar in a sunny window and observe what happens over the next days. Don't forget to add water every couple of days, and watch the sweet potato vine grow.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Preschool Director/Teacher, former computer lab teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
22 total reviews
28 completed classes
Hello, my name is Teacher Sharon and I have been teaching for over 22 years. I have taught in a public school setting for 9 years and, after getting my Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development, my next 13 years have been as a preschool...