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Let's Be Zoologists: Animal of the Week!
Science & Nature
Endangered Animals! Let's Learn, so We Can Save Them!
Each week we will learn fun and fascinating facts about a different threatened species. We'll also learn basic information about the animal, why they are threatened, and most importantly... HOW we can help protect them. (reptiles, animal)
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These classes will be taught through a colorful slide presentation full of pictures and age-appropriate graphics. In each class we will learn about a different species. In many classes, I will also discuss major concepts pertaining to all endangered species. We will learn about the basic information for the animal of the week (size, weight, what they eat, where they live/lived), as well as why they are endangered or threatened, why they are important in their ecosystem, and how we can...
-Understand the basic information about a species and what has caused them to be endangered -Find a greater appreciation for our natural world and fellow species -Give actionable steps that children can take that want to make a difference NOW
I've been around animals my entire life and have worked with them professionally 95% of my adult life. I was previously a Registered Veterinary Technician (Animal Nurse) for 10 years and I also have degrees in Zoo Keeping, Animal Training, and Wildlife Education from America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College. I've worked at Zoos, was the Lead Supervisor of a Zoo Day Camp for children and I also founded a non-profit organization that provided hands-on animal education programs. Teaching children and families about the animals and planet is truly my passion!
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In this class we discuss the reason animals are endangered which is almost always the result of human habits and activities on the planet. This can evoke strong emotions for some children (it's ok... it does for me too). Depending on the animal of the week we do occasionally discuss adaptations and evolution of animal species. All information in this class is science-based. We regularly discuss the need for animals to be able to find each other in nature for breeding purposes. I do not go into any details about how animals breed. I do discuss that they need to find each other, the impacts on populations when they can't, and the various reasons that cause them to not find each other.
Wildlife and Eco Educator...I love planet EARTH!!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
191 total reviews
269 completed classes
Hi all! My name is Carrie and I live outside Vancouver, WA with my husband and 2 girls. I've spent my life working with animals in various ways. As a child I was surrounded by animals and spent my summers on my grandparents 20 acre ranch in...