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Sunset at the Lake

Social Studies

Let's Explore the Great Lakes (Geography)

In this one-time class students will learn geographical information about the Great Lakes, fun facts, surrounding countries and American states which surround the Great Lakes.
Regina A. Moffett, MA
28 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 6 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
Class
90 minutes
per class
Meets once
11-13
year olds
1-6
learners per class
per learner

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Description

Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
Students will obtain knowledge about where the Great Lakes are located and how to identify them by their unique shape. Furthermore, they will acquire geographical knowledge and fun facts about each lake.  Students will also learn about the countries and American states surrounding each Great Lake.

This course will cover the following topics:
1. The five Great Lakes
2. Where the Great Lakes are located on a map
3. The distinct shape of each lake
4. Geographical information about each lake
5. Countries and American states which surround the Great Lakes
6. Fun facts about each Great Lake

Students are encouraged to share their thoughts and notebook entries with one another. 
After class assignments are optional.  However, students are encouraged to complete any uncompleted assignments or projects which piqued their interest.  
Supply List Let's Explore the Great Lakes Student Packet (PRINTED out) 1 subject spiral notebook Pen and pencil Color pencils (any count) Glue stick Scissors A couple of days before the start of class student will receive an email with documents for the class. Students are to print out all documents and have them ready for class. If you have not received class documents 24 hours before the start of class, please email me and state that you have not received the Great Lakes class documents. These documents are for enrolled students only!
This class does not give a letter grade or assessment.  However, the parent is encouraged to review the student notebook, encourage student to complete or add additional information on a topic, and provide their assessment on the contents within the notebook.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Safety consideration: scissors will be utilized during class time.

I have scheduled the class time for 90 minutes. During class time student activities will consist of drawing diagrams, cutting and pasting, and writing information in their notebook. Students may not be able to complete all assignments in there entirety during class time. Nevertheless, students are highly encouraged to complete all assignments after class at their pace and with parental encouragement.

We may refer to websites and videos in regards to the Great Lakes throughout the class time.

Teacher

Regina A. Moffett, MA
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Homeschooling is a labor of love and I love what I do!
28 total reviews
44 completed classes

About Me

Hello,

My name is Regina A. Moffett aka Mrs. Moffett and my homeschooling journey has ended with my two sons, however my passion for homeschooling is so enormous that I continue to teach in the homeschool community. My motto is “homeschooling is... 
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