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Jelly Belly Mix Up - An Arts&Craft Lesson on Ocean Pollution/Sea Turtles

In this class we'll discover exactly how plastic waste is dangerous to sea turtles by creating a jellyfish look-a-like from old plastic in our house & discussing the threats that plastic pollution in the ocean poses on marine life!
Teagan Keyser
21 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 3 learners
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60 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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In this class students will explain how plastic and other types of trash end up in the ocean, describe how plastic pollution is harmful to sea turtles and other marine life, and generate ideas for how people can take action to help promote changes that alleviate these problems. 
I based this lesson of a lesson that I have taught in public schools before and has proven to be really successful with the students. This content is derived from a Sea Turtles Resource Guide taken directly from the World Wild Life website resources page. 
If students want, they can submerge their jellyfish in a body of water and see what it would look like in the ocean for a sea turtle in search of food. This could be done in a pool, bathtub, large glass bowl, etc. and is completely optional. 
Each learner should have already gathered an assortment of cleaned off and ready to reuse plastic items from their home. (This can include items like grocery bags, 6-pack rings, fruit cups, bottles, bottle caps, straws, leftover plastic packaging, broken toys, etc.) They will also need scissors, glue or tape, coloring supplies of any kind, and rubber bands or string/thread.
Due to the discussion based nature of the class, assessment will be done throughout and the amount of support given by me will be adjusted accordingly. Based on student input in the initial discussion, I will be able to appropriately adjust how much of the lesson is led by the students or led by me. 
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.


Teagan KeyserPassionate Educator - Dedicated to students' well-being
21 total reviews
24 completed classes

About Me

Hi there!
I'm Teagan and teaching is absolutely my biggest passion. The classes that I can teach cover a wide range of subject matter and I am constantly trying to widen my ability levels as a teacher and expand my areas of expertise. 
I have a... 
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