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Celebrate Summer-Day Sky/Night Sky~Science, Reading Comprehension, Drawing, Writing
In this one time science class, we will read a fiction and a non fiction story about the sky during the research part of the class and then we will create a step by step sky project.
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In this one time science class, the students will listen to both a fiction and a non fiction story about the sky during the day and the sky during the night during the research portion of the class. Together, using the student's language skills, we will create a list of things found in the day sky and things found in the night sky. The students will then use this chart that they created for ideas to make a Day Sky~Night Sky project. There will be time to share what they created with their...
~Students will use their listening skills to recall facts from a non fiction book. ~Students will use creative stills to create a Day Sky and a Night Sky project. ~Students will use their language skills to complete a group chart. ~Students will use their social skills to interact with other learners.
Students will need white paper, a pencil and crayons or colored pencils.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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230 total reviews
366 completed classes
Hi Outschool Families! My name is Mrs. Nilssen and I am very excited to meet you. Welcome to my Outschool classroom! Feel free to reach out to me and just say hello! I am an experienced first grade teacher with a BS in Elementary...