Social Studies

Celebrate Juneteenth!

In this class, we'll talk about Juneteenth using a craft, a science experiment, and a mini-parade to celebrate!
Mrs. Angela
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Completed by 15 learners
Class

25 minutes

per class

Meets once

4-7

year olds

4-15

learners per class

per learner

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Sun Jun 19

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Class Experience

In this class learners will learn about Juneteenth and the traditions surrounding this important holiday. 
I took many African American studies classes while getting my bachelors degree from UC Irvine. 
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For this class your learner will need: *Juneteenth flag PDF (included as an attachment on the welcome email and also sent the day before class) * red and blue crayons or markers * Musical instruments (both homemade and "real" will work) * Baking soda * Vinegar * Water * Oil * Red food coloring * 2 large jars or bottles * Measuring cups * Measuring spoons * A tray to contain any messes Please Note: The vinegar and baking soda mixture will make a small chemical reaction that can bubble up as CO2 is created. Parents should be near by to help children with the project.
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25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
As we know, the history surrounding the enslavement of black people in the United Started is grim. Though the origin of this holiday stems from that terrible event, that is not the focus of this class. The purpose of this class is to acknowledge that part of the past by celebrating the bright future that we have. I will not be doing into detail about the history of the enslavement of black people.

For class, please make sure that learners have room to move around safely during the parade. You will also want them to have a designated apace that can get a little messy. Please make sure that whatever clothing they wear can get a little messy too. The vinegar and baking soda mixture will make a small chemical reaction that can bubble up as CO2 is created. Parents should be near by to help children with the project. 

Teacher

Mrs. Angela
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Lives in the United States
I'm an experienced teacher who believes that learning happens best through the arts and play. Your child's social/emotional development is the focus of my fun, interactive, and welcoming classes. In addition to teaching in person, I love getting to connect with learners around the world through Outschool. IG @angelabeteaching
170 total reviews
78 completed classes

About Me

Hello my name is Angela and I have been teaching for almost 2 decades working with children of all ages. I have worked in academic settings, but I really enjoy when I can teach children through play and physical activity. In my classroom we use... 
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