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Early Elementary Science - Flexible Schedule Class
During this semester-long flexible class, early-elementary grade students will use hands-on activities, observations, and direct instruction to work through life, earth, and physical science content standards specific to K-2nd learners.
During this flexible schedule class, students and teacher will interact through the classroom asynchronously. There will be no live meetings during this eight week class. Nearpod, an online interactive lesson platform, which can be found at nearpod.com, will be used to help the students walk through each week's content areas. The lessons will include videos of the teacher presenting material in a direct instruction style, with interjected questions throughout. There will also be sections...
Students will spend eight weeks learning what it means to conduct science experiments with variables in mind, using their senses to explore their world, building tools and models to solve problems. Students will also learn about the needs of plants and animals, how they meet those needs, how their habitats aid in this, and how they change their habitats. Lastly, students will learn that the sun, moon, and stars operate in predictable ways and that there is a correlation between the daylight hours and the seasons we experience.
I have taught elementary science to my own children, as well as to many children in a home school cooperative setting for the last nine years, and most recently on Outschool. I love learning about how our world and everything in it works on the most intricate and magnificent levels. Young scientist naturally gravitate towards this type of learning as well, and there is nothing better than sharing in that with them.
There will be a projects supply list for each week. Most items will be everyday items that can be found around the house. However, some materials may require an extra purchase. The first four weeks' materials are listed below. The supply lists for weeks after that will be sent at the start of the week before it or upon registration. Science Journal/notebook (the composition notebooks for younger learners with writing lines at the bottom of the page and drawing space at the top are perfect) Week 1: Activity 1: Powdered Lemonade spoon timer water (both hot and cold) measuring cup 4 clear cups/glasses Activity 2: raisins clear soda three tall glasses a couple marbles water Activity 3: several sheets of paper Week 2: Activity 1: (You will be setting up senses centers) *Hearing center: either non-see through containers with various sounding objects (examples: cotton balls, rice, coins, bells) or a video which will be provided *Sight center: Magnifying glass and an optional video which will be provided *Smelling center: 3 or 4 cotton balls with various clear-ish liquids on them (ex: lemon oil, vanilla, orange oil, peppermint, lavender, etc) and each cotton ball place on a paper plate with the name of the smell labeled underneath *Tasting center: any number of candies that have various flavor options (ex: licorice, skittles, gummies, etc) *Touching center: a non-see through container (ex: shoe box or pillow case) with various textured items inside (ex: feather, cotton, rock, playdough, etc) Activity 2: pictures of living and non living things (will be provided before class) Activity 2: Living and nonliving pictures which will be sent before class optional: paper and coloring utensils Activity 3: pictures of animals and their food which will be sent before class Optional Activity: DIY bird feeder bird seed plastic spoon honey disposable container toilet paper tube scissors 2 foot piece of string Week 3: Activity1: Photos of animals and their parents Family photo (optional) Activity 2: toothpick tweezers spoon rubber bands mini marshmallows dry rice shallow but wide container (holding the last three materials) plate timer pencil date record sheet which will be sent before class Activity 3: tape unopened bag of food (ex: chips) water bottle paper scissors 6 plastic cups shoe with laces Activity 4: **This activity is an engineering project to explore biomimicry. Engineering projects utilize any number of materials you may have around your house and is really up to you and your students. Week 4: Activity 1: animal book and other research tools or the resource guide which will be sent before class poster paper coloring tools ***another option would be to create a diorama*** Activity 2: **Engineering project** the following are suggested supplies newspaper yarn string felt pipe cleaners twigs glue paper plates rocks spoon pencil Activity 3: Biodiversity bingo sheet which will be sent before class crayons Activity 4: paper pencil coloring utensils A reminder of the supplies for each week will be sent to the classroom page the week before, and the materials for the remaining four weeks will be sent this way as well.
In talking about animals and plants, death and reproduction will be covered in scientific terms. Students will be conducting many projects and crafts which will require the use of sharp objects, such as scissors and toothpicks. The last two weeks will be focused a lot on the sun. Students may need to be reminded not to look directly at the sun.
Meet the teacher
Hi! My name is Geri, and I love teaching students of all ages, and facilitating learning so that it is meaningful and fun. My greatest educational passion focuses on the sciences and math. However, I also enjoy teaching and learning through...
$12weekly or $96 for 8 weeks
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