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All the Ologies: Mini Med School
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Meets once at a scheduled time
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The students will learn by interacting with one another through discussion. First, the students will learn the background on animal colorings and how they are used for survival tools and why some animals use camouflage. Then, they will name wild animals on their own that are brightly colored or camouflaged. They will then create their own brightly colored wild animal. As a class we will then share our pictures and describe how the coloring on the animal would help it survive.
Students will recognize and generalize that wildlife exists in many colors.
I am offering this class because I have always been passionate about animals and teaching science. This lesson in particular is found through my Project Wild textbook that I received in college when I went through this professional development course.
Create a model or picture of a colorful butterfly or moth and place it in your room. Explain how the colors will help it survive. Then, explain where in the room its chances for survival would probably be best.
The teacher is providing large index cards of brightly colored animals. The students will need materials to create their own animal. Be creative! Materials may include: -construction paper -crayons -paint -chalk -scissors -glue OPTIONAL: other brightly colored materials like: -artificial feathers -tissue paper -acorn shells -uncooked pasta noodles
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.
Miss Ellie Former 1st Grade Teacher
5 total reviews
7 completed classes
Hello Everyone and Welcome to my Teacher Profile! I was born and raised in Defiance, Ohio. I attended Ohio University for my undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education. Once I graduated with my bachelors degree I landed a teaching job in...