Science & Nature
How Do Plants Grow? Learn the Process of Photosynthesis
Students will Learn through Art and Science Experiments
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Whether you are enjoying new spring shoots or fabulous fall leaves, we will observe the characteristics of leaves together while making leaf rubbings. We will discover how plants eat through a process called photosynthesis and the valuable roles plants play in our world. The concepts of photosynthesis will be reinforced through experiments that show "how leaves drink" and "how leaves breath". To make leaf rubbings learners will need to bring to class 3-5 fresh leaves, white paper and wax...
Students will learn the art of making leaf rubbings. They will learn the science behind photosynthesis and appreciate the role plants play in our world.
Bring 3-5 freshly picked leaves of various shapes to class, clean white paper and wax crayons, because we will be making rubbings during our class. I encourage you to start a scientific journal and join me for another one of my classes, like Busy Bees and Other Bugs, where we will add to your scientific journals.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Certified Early Childhood Education Teacher
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
30 total reviews
68 completed classes
I am an Early Education Teacher of 20 years and informal ESL Teacher. I strive to make lessons engaging and interactive. My experience teaching both in Canada and overseas has allowed me to see diverse classrooms and teaching situations. I...