Science & Nature
Chill Out With Penguins!
In this one-time class, young wildlife biologists will explore the world of penguins. We'll learn some fun facts, sing a little, and do a science experiment. If you're a fan of these cute black and white waddlers, you'll love this class.
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Who doesn't love penguins? But what do you really know about them? In this class, young wildlife biologists will explore the fascinating world of these cute black and white birds. Where do they live? What do they eat? Can penguins fly? Using a colorful PowerPoint presentation, exciting video clips, and interactive discussion, we'll answer all these questions and more, plus we'll enjoy some engaging penguin read alouds, and we might even sing a song or two. We'll finish the class with a fun,...
By the end of this class, young wildlife biologists will be able to knowledgeably discuss some pertinent facts about penguins. They will also be able to show how unique feathers keep penguins warm and dry in icy Antarctic waters.
No homework is required, but learners will be encouraged to share what they've learned.
1 file available upon enrollmentIn addition to the printable I will post in the class notes, we're going to need a few special supplies for this class: --crayons --a little water --a dropper is useful, but not required, to complete our science experiment Other than that, the usual school supplies will be helpful. Many thanks!
Learners will be informally assessed as the teacher observes their interaction with the material and with one another.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Primary Literacy, Science, and Math, Oh My!
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93 total reviews
124 completed classes
Hello! My name is Tracy Raymond, and at Outschool, I'm known as Ms Tracy. I love teaching! My BA is in Elementary Education, and for over a decade and a half, I taught in 'brick and mortar' public schools. Most of that time was spent in First...