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Learn With Elsa! Weather, Days of the Week, Seasons
In this one-time class, students will learn about weather, days of the week and seasons through engaging interaction with Elsa!
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Join Elsa as we learn about weather, days of the week and seasons. In this exciting class, students will be engaged to learn in a variety of ways. Teacher Amy will use physical props, visual and auditory aids, movement, hands-on activities and individual student interaction throughout the class. During class, students will have the opportunity to guess, make predictions and answer questions about the lesson. Additionally, students will learn how to read "hot" and "cold" on a thermometer,...
A one-page printable PDF handout will be available upon enrollment. If you do not have access to a printer, an adult can draw simple pictures similar to the ones on the handout. Supplies for the daily weather forecast dial includes: one round paper plate or 8”-10” circle cut out (something sturdy will work best) markers, crayons or colored pencils glue or tape scissors (parental supervision recommended for younger students) 1 clothespin or bag (chips) clip
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance may be needed for younger students during the hands-on portion of the lesson.
Make Each CLASS a STAGE for LEARNING. Former International Recording Artist. TESOL Certified Teacher. Online ESL Teacher. Piano, Voice and Music Teacher for over 20 years. Lover of music, arts, culture, food and international travel.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
18 total reviews
17 completed classes
Hello, everyone! My name is Amy Cooley and I have been teaching for over 20 years with a background in Special Education early intervention, theatre arts, dance, vocal performance and English as a second language! I have homeschooled my three...