Science & Nature
Give a Hoot! Exploring Owls Ages 5-7
This ongoing class will explore the owls of North America, from the Great Horned Owl to the Screech-Owls. The class will learn about types of nests, the number of young, what they eat, how to identify them, the sounds they make and more!
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Once per week
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Growing up, I was around a lot of birds, however I really did not know anything about them or appreciate them. Now I am an avid bird watcher and photographer. I want to share my love of birds with children. We will talk about the birds, where they live, what they eat, and many other interesting facts. Each week we will focus on a different bird/ bird family. The students will also learn how to use birding identification guides and clues on how to identify birds. Each week we will look at...
Students will learn owls, their habitat, calls/song, and other information. We will be covering the following: 1. The types of owls. 2. What is the distinguishing characteristics of owl. How are they different from from other raptors. 3. Where do they live, does it migrate and if so where does it go. 4. A pictures and videos of the owls, can include several showing the difference if adult, juvenile, breeding, male/female 5. What does it eat. 6. What type of habitat does it live in. 7. Is it endangered, what threats to the species are there. 8. Sounds they make.
I have been an avid birder for years, and enjoy taking pictures of nature, especially birds. I enjoy studying the birds and learning more about them.
We will look at birding websites to learn how to access information. I will be sending parents links and videos to use at home. I will send a note taking page and a link to print off a coloring page if one is available. They do not need to have these for class.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will look at birding websites to learn how to access information.
Carol Cobb, Masters in School CounselingSchool Counselor With Passion for Nature and STEM
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Hello, My name is Carol Cobb. I am passionate about helping students develop social skills, academic skills, learn how to deal with issues that they are concerned about, and explore topics they care about. My pronouns are she/her. I believe in...