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Engineering Earth Science
Perform a natural disaster experiment and engineer the strongest house and or boat to survive a volcano, earthquake, and tsunami
Ms Simply Sarah M.Ed., Gifted and ESL Certified
239 total reviews for this teacher
6 reviews for this class
Completed by 30 learners
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Once per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
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Students will apply hands on engineering and Earth science simulation experiments. Each week students will learn about a different natural disaster that happens on earth. Then students will create and perform an experiment to simulate that week's natural disaster. For each experiment, students will use their brainstorming and problem solving skills to engineer the strongest house and or boat to survive the natural disaster experiment. Week 1: Earthquake Shaking Engineering Experiment Week...
Every Class: (To make a foldable diagram for learning each week) Blank paper Writing utensil Colorful writing utensils (Crayons, Markers, Colored pencils, etc.) Ruler Tape Scissors Every Class: Boat or House Materials Cardboard Plastic Foil Paper, Card-stock, Construction Paper *Or materials of your choice Earthquake Materials Volcano Experiment Baking Soda Dish Soap Vinegar Pop Bottle or Jar (Small Size) Play Dough or Paper or Foil (Optional to decorate your volcano) Food Coloring (Optional) Container, Tin, Tray, etc (To put your volcano in for the experiment when it explodes) Blank Paper Colorful writing and drawing utensils (To create volcano diagram) Tsunami Experiment Large container (To make waves & semi-deep *waves may spill over) at least 9 x 13 or bigger container or rubbermaid Newspaper Cardboard: Parts of a Box and or Cereal Box, etc (To make houses & waves) Tape Scissors Water Small Rocks Sand Dirt Sticks Grass Plastic plate or lid
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Safety First! Guidelines for All Classes (For Parents and Students) - Work under the supervision of an adult at home - All materials are to be used carefully and with caution - Clean up and properly dispose of materials after class - Wash your hands =) All activities in Ms. Sarah’s classes are to be done under the supervision of an adult, who is responsible for the safety of the student. Ms. Sarah is not responsible for any injuries or accidents resulted in class or after class.
https://theowlteacher.com/earthquakesimulation/ https://www.kidzone.ws/science/tornado/experiment-tornado.htm https://homeschoolon.com/how-to-make-a-tornado-in-a-jar/ http://experimentexchange.com/earth-space/make-a-hurricane-in-a-bowl/ Class cover image by artist stokpic at pixabay.com
Ms Simply Sarah M.Ed., Gifted and ESL CertifiedGifted and Talented Teacher Inspiring Students to Discover Their Inner Genius
239 total reviews
220 completed classes
I teach to inspire students, of all ages, to find their inner genius and develop a love for learning. Students become inspired to learn when they can take ownership in the work. This includes taking risks, applying multiple strategies, making...