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A Century of Cinema: My Weekly Movie Club!
3x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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During our time together we will we will share our love for unicorns as we learn how to make paper mache and different tips for working with it. Your child will follow step by step directions to make their own unique paper mache unicorn during our time together and add their own flare when decorating it at the end. Please be sure to look at the daily supplies needed for your child to be prepared and ready to work each day. On Day 1 We will make paper mache and add strips of paper and the...
I love working with children and helping them stay curious and excited about the world around them. I am a kindergarten teacher, an online ESL teacher, and a parent of two ever curious children of my own one of whom love everything unicorns and enjoys creating.
There is no homework, however some students may need to continue working on their projects after class has finished. Day 1 with the paper mache will take longer than the other days to complete.
Specific supplies for each day are the following: Day 1: ~A regular (roundish-not long) balloon blown up and tied ~Newspaper or plain copy paper ripped/cut into strips ~Large bowls, mixing spoon liquid and dry measuring cups, water, flour ~A shallow box, paper plate/bowl, or something else to keep the balloon from rolling away while working on it. ~Optional: You may also want to put down a plastic table cloth, newspaper, etc. to protect your child’s workspace and make clean up easier. Old clothes, an art smock, or apron may be helpful for each class as well. Day 2: ~Paint-the color you would like your unicorn to be (Acrylic works best) ~Large paint brush, paper towels ~Paint markers or permanent markers ~Cardboard for creating the horn and paint/glitter/glitter paper for making it sparkle! ~A work space for painting and drying Day 3: ~ Paint brushes and paint (acrylic works best), paint markers or permanent markers ~Paper towels and water to rinse brushes ~Hot Glue to attach horn and optional decorative items Optional: glitter/glitter glue/ or glitter paper, colored yarn or ribbons, fake flowers, gems
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Children may need a little parent support or supervision when using hot glue, permanent markers, paints, and cleaning up/storing paints properly. Students should be working in a well-ventilated area. Parents may want to blow up and tie the balloon ahead of time for those who cannot do so on their own. Younger students may need additional parent support when making the paper mache paste and starting to place the paper mache on the balloon.
Kindergarten Teacher, TESOL online Teacher, and former Reading Intervention Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
79 total reviews
74 completed classes
Hello! I offer classes primarily for preschool and elementary age children in the areas of reading, science, math, and art. I like to connect books to simple craft projects or science experiments, songs, and games. I am in my 18th year as a...