Life Science Zoo Explorers: Weekly Learn and Draw Club
Learners will engage in class discussions, and interact with each other in a relaxed environment, as we all learn amazing facts about different animals every week, and draw them as well!
Annette Termini BS | K12 Credential
24 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 6 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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Does your learner love to learn about flamingos, koalas, sloths, dolphins, meerkats and other animals? Does your learner love drawing or want to learn how to draw? Does your learner want an interactive and engaging learning experience? In this weekly club we will do all of that and more! 1. Through classroom discussions, videos, and slideshows, animal life science concepts will be covered including the classification of animals, their habitats, behaviors and characteristics. We will be...
Students will be learning about both life science and art technique.
Educational credentials and experience include: Multiple Subject Teaching Credential K12 Language Development Specialist Certification Post Graduate studies in Art Educational Facilitator K12 Elementary classroom teacher/homeschool parent
Learners that are interested in doing so, can collect photos or present information that they have learned about the featured animal, to the class.
Supplies needed are as follows. Please have these on hand for the class: PDF print-outs from the classroom page ASSORTED THICK MARKERS that include neutral colors for animals. ASSORTED CRAYONS SHARPIE BLACK PERMANENT MARKER FINE POINT for outlining. While other markers may be used, they may bleed into the other colors. SCRATCH/DOODLE PAPER for practicing shapes MARKER PAPER or REGULAR COPY PAPER Non-smudging ERASER Assorted colors CONSTRUCTION PAPER for 3D effects we will be cutting out. GLUE STICK
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please advise your child on the proper use of a Sharpie permanent marker as well as scissor safety. Also, although the focus of this class is not on the predatory behavior of animals, it does sometimes come up in class discussions.
Annette Termini BS | K12 CredentialEngaging and Educational Classes
24 total reviews
29 completed classes
As well as working as a teacher in an elementary classroom for 10 years, I have also worked as an Education Facilitator for 6 years in the charter school system, where I helped families, who had children of all ages, plan a curriculum that worked...