Fun With Foxes
In this one-time, 45-minute class, learners will chat about, learn to draw, listen to a story about, and play games involving...the beloved fox!
Aim'ee Teague, CALT
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45 minute class
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Welcome to Fun With Foxes! Bring your stuffed fox (if you have one) to join in our fun. We will discuss some fun facts about foxes (where they live, where to find them, what they eat-a tad bit of a science lesson), chat a bit on what we love about them (and sharing a special fox-toy you might have-not required), share with the group any fox art we've already created (if available), followed by a how-to on sketching a simple fox (which learners can choose to share, afterward). After the...
This class is taught in English.
The goal is for learners with an affinity for the fox, to be allowed a fun class to celebrate, learn more, and share in their love with others. Learners will also walk away with some simple techniques for drawing foxes, which they can build on and enhance in their own time.
I am certified in Early Childhood-8th grade teaching, ESL, Special Education (K-12), Dyslexia, and Gifted Learner Education. I used to teach an enrichment class at elementary level, called "Sketch It," where we learned simple and user-friendly drawing techniques. I was also the "Science Lady" at elementary level, where I taught science and math enrichment to K-5. I write for children. Oh, and I love foxes.
No homework will be required, other than the opportunity to continue in their fox art.
Learners will need: 1. Art supplies, such as whatever paper and drawing utensils they prefer. (Colored pencils and sketch paper would be ideal) 2. Print a "Fox" Bingo card (or two) after I post them in the classroom. 3. A fox toy or stuffed animal (if they have and choose to bring-not required)
Students will be engaged in interactive questioning (the same I use with my private reading lessons), and will have the opportunity to share their created art, but will not be scored or receive any kind of grading, other than positive feedback.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Aim'ee Teague, CALT
Writer, Artist, Dyslexia Specialist/CALT, with a few other passions
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2 total reviews
2 completed classes
Hi! My name is Aim’ee Teague. I’ve been teaching for 19 years. I’m currently a CALT (Certified Academic Language Therapist) providing private services online, but formerly taught at the Elementary, Middle and High school levels at public schools...