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Elephant Traits, Elephant Toothpaste: Animal & Science Fun (Ages 7-9)
In this one-time class, we will be talking about how elephants’ adaptations help them survive in their habitat as well as make “elephant toothpaste” in a fun hands-on experiment using household ingredients.
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In this one-time class, we will be talking about elephant facts, their habitat and traits using real pictures and slides. Elephants’ physical traits make them unique. Learners may bring their “pet” elephants to act out how real elephants use their trunks to eat, drink, and take baths. We will discuss how elephants adapt to keep cool in their hot environment. How do elephants keep their tusks clean in the wild? Learners will make “elephant toothpaste” for their own elephant friends in...
We will learn elephant facts and the meaning of 'adaptation'. Students will learn which physical traits elephants use to adapt to their environment and the different ways they help the elephant survive. Students will follow steps to complete an experiment.
There is no homework assigned for this class.
plastic water bottle, liquid dish soap, hydrogen peroxide, hot water, yeast, food coloring, tray or pan, whisk or spoon, measuring cup & tablespoons
Learners are informally assessed as we talk about our favorite traits and why. Learners will need to follow the steps in the experiment for it to be a success.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
math* science * language arts * Montessori based learning
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
34 total reviews
64 completed classes
Hi, I am Theresa Purdy. I am excited to teach about animals, science, math, language arts, kindergarten / 1st grade readiness, and conduct science and art experiments. Photography and scrapbooking are my most passionate hobbies. While I was my...