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Bizarre Medicine: Explore High School Anatomy, Biology & Science Through History
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Clouds cover the sky and are truly marvelous piece of nature. Let's explore clouds together! What are the different kinds of clouds? What are clouds made of? Where do they come from? Why do they change colors and move? These questions and more are answered in this fun class. Students will explore clouds by reading a book, looking at pictures and video clips, watching a science experiment, and creating their own cloud picture. Students should have a piece of paper, scissors, glue, and...
Students will learn the different kinds of clouds and identify which kinds create certain types of weather.
Piece of paper Scissors Glue Choice off drawing/coloring utensils
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
At the end of class students will be creating their own cloud art. They may decide to use scissor to cut out pieces to glue onto their paper. Parents may need to supervise this to ensure that students are using scissors appropriately and do not hurt themselves.
Taryn SlaughterExciting and Creative Teaching
9 total reviews
13 completed classes
I love teaching classes that are creative and integrated. I enjoy crafts, music, and being goofy. I want my students to be engaged and excited about learning. I believe the best learning happens when you are interested in the subject. This is why...