Science & Nature
Christmas STEM Fun
In this class, we will be doing a hands-on Christmas-themed STEM experiment each class and play a game! Students can join us in their favorite Christmas pajamas or festive clothes and bring along a cup of hot chocolate to sip on!
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Does your child like drinking hot chocolate, wearing Christmas pajamas or comfy clothes, and doing science? If you answered yes, then I hope you will join me for this fun class! Students will have some time each class to talk about their holiday celebrations, winter activities, and fun family traditions. Students are welcome to join us in their favorite Christmas pajamas, Christmas sweater, or any other festive clothes! (Christmas clothes are not required!) Bring along a mug of hot...
Students will engage in conversations with peers and teacher and do a hands-on STEM experiment.
I taught in a classroom for many years and I loved doing STEM experiments with students. I also have 3 of my own children at home with whom I enjoy doing hands-on STEM experiments with!
Class 1- 5 candy canes (Please have them all be the same size. But you can use either the small ones of regular size.), cup of hot water or hot chocolate, cup or bowl of cold water, cup or bowl of white vinegar, cup or bowl of oil, paper towels, spoon or tongs. If you are able to label the cups or bowls with the liquid inside, that would be very helpful! Class 2- cooking sheet (covered with foil would be best), 3-4 Christmas cookie cutouts, baking soda, vinegar, 3-4 small cups, food coloring Class 3-cup of Sprite or light-colored soda pop, small jingle bells, dried cranberries or raisins (fresh is best!), paper towel, spoon AND glass of milk or water, paper towels, spoon or tongs, variety of Christmas items: small jingle bell, candy cane, ornament, cookie cutter, Christmas cookie or candy Class 4-toothpicks, colored gumdrops or mini marshmallows, ruler or measuring tape
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parent support (off-camera) as needed during experiments is appreciated.
Beth FritzElementary Teacher
191 total reviews
224 completed classes
Hello! I am so excited to be a part of Outschool and to share my love of teaching with your child! My mother was a teacher and I’ve always known that teaching is my passion! I am a licensed teacher who taught elementary grades for 12 years. I...