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Let's Explore What's Living and What's Non-Living!
Through pictures, discussion and song we will compare Living things and Non-Living things, while practicing social skills and critical thinking. This class is an example of my ongoing, Natural Sciences course.
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*This class is also a part of my Natural Sciences ongoing course* In this class we will: Welcome and introduce everyone. Ask and discuss what the students think Living and Non-Living means to them. View a slideshow to present the concepts and definitions of Living versus Non-Living. Learn an original song about the concepts. Learn some ASL signs that accompany the concepts. Play a game with slideshow pictures to practice categorization. Play a more abstract game as the students and I take...
*Students will learn that Living things need air, water and food and that Non-Living things do not. *Students will use their knowledge to identify and sort the two categories. *Students will practice their social skills and critical thinking while taking turns. *By the end of class, older students should be able to come up with examples of their own, from each category, and be able to categorize things that they experience in their everyday lives. Younger students will be able to start looking at the world with these concepts in mind.
Simple, printable pages will be offered to enhance the learning experience for each child. Some will be worked on during class and all will be available to complete with coloring, practice of concept, and sorting on their own time. I will let parents know which pages may be printed for work during class time.
2 files available upon enrollmentI will provide all printouts needed for class time and for optional work outside of class.
35 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Lover of Laughter and Song - Experienced Montessorian
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286 total reviews
291 completed classes
Hello, everyone, I am Kelly Bowe, AKA "Mrs. Bowe", and I specialize in guiding learners in the 3-6 year-old age group and also have experience leading lower-elementary students in Summer Camps and After School care. I was a certified, lead...