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Ornithology M10: Research & Discuss Birds Around the World! 10 Weeks (Ages 9-12)
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How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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In this workshop, students will learn a little about the birds that might be found in their areas at the current time of year. We will discuss some of the things to look for that will help them identify different species. Learners will be asked to share what they already know, and which birds they can already identify. While discussing these things, students will work on making a bird seed feeder of their own. If students finish with their feeders before class time is up, we will play a game...
At the end of this workshop, students should have a basic understanding of how some birds differ, and be able to name a couple of birds they might see eating at the feeder they have made.
There is no homework, but students will be encouraged to watch the birds in their yards or neighborhoods, and see if there are any they can identify or describe.
1 plastic disposable drinking cup, any size 1 small round plastic disposable plate 1 wood pencil, at least two inches longer than the height of your plastic cup 1 extra long twist tie (or two shorter ones twisted together). NOT zip ties or notched plastic cable ties Scraps of ribbon, bias tape, bulky yarn, fabric strips, etc. to decorate with Hot glue gun (preferably high temp) and extra glue stick(s) Silicone finger protectors (optional, but highly recommended) Extension cord Paper grocery bags or layers of newspaper to protect work surface Scissors with pointed end Nail or long screw with pointed end for poking hole in plastic cup Duct or Gorilla tape (just a very small amount is needed) Permanent marker (optional) (Bird seed for feeder after class)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
English, Geography, Science & Nature and Flute
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
60 total reviews
90 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Ms Cher, and I can't wait to meet you. I love gardening, wildlife, and just about anything related to nature. I am a certified Master Gardener, a National Wildlife Federation Habitat Steward, and a National Wildlife Federation...