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Messy Math Fractions Art Experiments Camp -Beginners Intro for 2nd 3rd 4th Grade
In this four day interactive, fun, hands-on and sometimes messy math class, students will learn about fractions through art experiments, and make a vocabulary flip book.
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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In this hands-on and sometimes messy camp, students will be introduced to fractions. From creating fractions with play-dough to adding fractions with shaving cream, students will learn what fractions are, how to represent them, compare them as well as add and subtract them (with common denominators). Confused about the difference between a numerator and denominator? Not any more! Students will make a vocabulary flip book that they can reference long after camp is over to remind them all about...
Learning Outcomes: - Students will learn what a fraction is as well as become familiar with fraction terminology such as numeration, demonmenator, equivalent, etc. - Students will learn to visually represent fractions utilizing various manipulatives such as play dough and shaving cream. - Students will learn how to write fractions. - Students will learn how to compare fractions as well as identify equivalent fractions. - Students will learn and practice adding and subtracting fractions. - Students will have fun and make some friends with their campmates.
Kristen Rusnack grew up in a small town in upstate NY and ever since she was a small child she knew she was going to be a teacher who would change the lives of children for the better. Kristen holds a B.A in Elementary Education and has a Masters degree in Reading. She was voted teacher of the year in 2011, the year right before she decided to become a stay at home mom for the next 5 years. Kristen has taught 2nd and 3rd grade in Virginia and when she moved back to NY to be with family. She has taught UPK and is currently teaching Kindergarten. Kristen has experience with all different types of children, from students of special needs to gifted and talented students. Kristen has tutored children over the years before and after school as well. Kristen’s passion for teaching is evident in her enthusiastic lessons. She has a strong desire to see all students excel and doesn’t let anything get in the way of achieving that. She believes all students are capable of learning if they are engaged. Kristen strives to incorporate high interest, fun, interactive lessons to her students. She currently lives in a log cabin in the country with her 2 children, husband, dog, and 2 cats. She and her family enjoy the outdoors- together they enjoy going camping, hiking, swimming, and fishing. Her family are Penn State fans! Kristen loves to bake and to try new recipes. Mrs. Rusnack looks forward to working with your child in a fun, interactive way!
No outside work is required but students are encouraged to review their vocabulary flip book.
Supples: Paper Pencil Crayons or colored pencils Shaving cream & cookie sheet 1 can of play dough Plastic knife (to divide play dough) Printer to print attachments
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
4 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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Success Enrichment Group, known as S-E-G, offers unique and exceptional enrichment learning for homeschooled, public, and private-schooled children ages 5-18. Our classes are highly interactive and led by a team of professionals who know how to...