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over 2 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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In this two-part class, learners will discover the wonderful world of nature craft! Being around plants and nature is shown to have positive cognitive, physical and emotional benefits for people of all ages and abilities. Working with plant material, like flowers, is just one way to get your daily dose of plant wellness. Students will learn about some of the benefits of working with plants before start the first set of flower crafts. Using a few basic materials, students will learn how to...
Student will learn about the benefits of working with plants. Students will create a variety of fun, hands-on crafts using flower material.
I am a certified Horticultural Therapist and a licensed special education teacher. I am able to guide a class of students with a variety of abilities so this class can be inclusive as well as educational and therapeutic.
Part 1: Pressed flowers: A variety of cut flowers and leaves (bought or collected) Parchment paper A thick hardcover book or two heavy stones, bricks, etc... A large stack of smaller books will do too, just make sure you don't need them for a 2-3 weeks Flower painting: Tempera or other washable paint. Watercolors will work too but then you need to have watercolor paper Plain paper, art paper is great but printer paper will work (a few sheets) a tray, palette, or plastic plate Part 2: Pressed flower sun catcher: Laminate sheets like these: https://www.amazon.com/Avery-Self-Adhesive-Laminating-Permanent-Adhesive/dp/B00007E7D2 Scissors Ruler (to help flatten) Hole punch String or yarn Suction cups (if you want to hang your pressed flower project on a window) https://www.amazon.com/ACCO-Suction-Hooks-Strong-A7072461/dp/B000Q626AU/ref=sr_1_12?dchild=1&keywords=window+suction+cups&qid=1599662507&sr=8-12 Flower bombs: White or brown self drying clay (Crayola makes this) 1/2-1 cup of potting soil Flower seeds (wildflower/native flower seeds are great, other good options are chamomile, red clover, wild thyme, poppies, cornflower, cosmos, daisy and marigold) Nature Mandalas: 15-20 pieces (or more) of natural material- flowers, leaves, stems, sticks, pebbles, bark (not from a living tree!), acorns and other seeds (but leave some fore the animals please), moss, etc....
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Arielle DebiraTenured Elementary and Special Education Teacher
21 total reviews
17 completed classes
Hi Friends! I can't wait to learn with you in Outschool. I love being a teacher because I love learning, and kids are always teaching me new things. I also love helping kids meet their goals and reach for their dreams. Since graduating from...