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Let’s Explore Living and Non-Living Things! Preschool, Pre-K, and K Science
In this fun one-time class for ages 4-6, children will become Jr. Scientists, who will study things from outside to learn if these things are living or non-living things.
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Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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In this one-time class with Miss Katie, we will be exploring things in the backyard. This class includes a "Show and Share," where learners will show the class a SMALL object from outside, so that the class can determine whether it is a living thing or a non-living thing. Examples of things that are small and good for a class show and share would be a stone/pebble/rock, flower, blade of grass, leaf, a small outside toy (i.e. a watering can or a baseball) etc. If you are unsure of what to...
Young learners will be introduced to the concept of living and non-living things. This could be something as simple as a flower is a living thing, while a rock is a non-living thing.
Following class time, families are invited to go to their own backyards (or outside, in general) to find objects and determine whether those objects are living or non-living. This is for young children, so our coverage of this concept is at the most basic level.
1 file available upon enrollment*The PDF coloring page printed out *Coloring utensils (whatever you have- crayons, colored pencils, or markers work best) *A SMALL object from outside, which should be acquired PRIOR to the start of class. Examples of things that are small and good for a class show and share would be a stone/pebble/rock, flower, blade of grass, piece of mulch, leaf, a small outside toy (i.e. a watering can or a baseball) etc. If you are unsure of what to bring, please message me and I will help you.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
For this age, it is best to have a grown-up nearby, in case the student needs help either with the computer or speaking during the show and share. Also, our show and share is not mandatory. If a student is not comfortable sharing or talking, that is ok.
Katie McAfeePreschool/Pre-Kindergarten/Kindergarten Teacher
7 total reviews
13 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Miss Katie and I teach Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten. Some of my classes review and reinforce concepts learned in any of these grade levels, but will be done so in a fun and engaging way- through games! Other...