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Mammals on the Move! Exploring Mammals With Teacher Melody
In this one-time class, learners will understand how mammals differ from all other animals.
Teacher Melody, (MBA Human Resource, BA Education)
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How does a "One-Time" class work?
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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Most of the animals your child sees or interacts with are mammals. Although mammals are a diverse group of animals, the share similiar traits. In this one-time lesson, learners will come to understand how mammals differ from other animals, to explore several species of mammals, recognize their traits, and to investigate how mammals adapt to their enviroment. Learners will discover five important ways mammals are alike, come in different sizes and shapes, body parts all mammals have in...
Students will improve their understanding how mammals differ from other animals, several species of mammals, recognize their traits, and to investigate how mammals adapt to their enviroment.
No homework outside of class required Worksheets are provided for download to be completed during class.
2 files available upon enrollmentWorksheets will be provided for download to be completed during class. Students should bring something to write with (pen/pencil/marker) and something to write on (paper/whiteboard).
We will complete a True/False work sheet and "How Do They Move" worksheet to assess comphrension.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will use some material from Mammals, by School Zone.
Teacher Melody, (MBA Human Resource, BA Education)Learning with me is fun and exciting!
56 total reviews
114 completed classes
Hello! My name is Teacher Melody. I live in beautiful St Louis, Missouri. I graduated from Webster University with a Masters Degree in Human Resources, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Education from Southern Illinois University. I am a...