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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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In this two-week camp, students will engage with exciting microbiology concepts through hands-on science activities, a sci-fi book study, math puzzles, virtual field trips, and more! We will meet each weekday for an hour for two weeks. Each session will begin with a read-aloud from the kids' science-fiction novel "Fuzzy Mud". After reading, we will dive into a fun science activity that learners will use to deepen their understanding of the story. See a list of planned camp activities...
As a health and STEM teacher of many years, I have lots of experience teaching about microbiology and germ science to students in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade.
All supplies listed are strongly recommended, but not necessary to participate in the camp. -glitter OR glo-germ with a UV light (available on Amazon) -slice of bread and a zip-loc bag -colored paper and paper-clips OR red water beads, small Styrofoam balls, sequins and push-pins -play-dough
4 hours 35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
COVID-19 may be briefly mentioned in a scientific discussion of different types of germs. We will use the third-party application "Pear Deck", a program that allows teachers to create interactive slides. Students will need an email address to access the slides, but it will not be visible to other students. We will visit the CDC museum website to go on a virtual field trip to the CDC museum's influenza exhibit.
"Fuzzy Mud" by Louis Sachar CDC Museum Virtual Exhibits http://www.cdcmuseum.org/
Enthusiastic Health & STEM Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
11 total reviews
18 completed classes
Greetings! My name is Ms. Hobson, and I'm a Washington state certified teacher passionate about teaching science, math, STEM and health topics. I believe that the most powerful learning happens when students are having fun! My first few years...