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Little Einstein’s Laboratory – Experiments Galore Camp!
Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
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
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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What’s the difference between a mineral and a rock? How about a mineral and a crystal? What is Mohs harness scale? Become a mineral expert during this four week course exploring minerals and crystals. Learners will explore a variety of mineral concepts, including mineral identification, testing mineral properties, experiments with crystals, and exploring mined minerals as natural resources around the world. These concepts will be explored through engaging class discussions and videos,...
During this four week course students will explore the world of minerals and their importance. Week 1 – This class will introduce students to minerals and the difference between minerals & rocks with an activity and game. Week 2 – This class will introduce students to mineral identification and testing for mineral properties with a hands on activity. Week 3 – During this class students will explore the differences between minerals, crystals & geodes and also perform an experiment. Week 4 – This class will allow students to explore mined minerals as natural resources with a game and hands on activity.
I am offering this course because I have a masters in teaching and experience teaching elementary level science. I am a former classroom teacher, turned homeschool mom who loves to teach in a variety of environments. I have taught all subjects, but getting students excited about science and nature through hands on, interactive learning is my passion.
No homework is assigned for this course.
Week One: A mineral to share & print out of minerals vs rocks activity (see resources) Week Two: mineral set or 5 different minerals, a penny, a paper clip, a rock, & a science notebook Week Three: pipe cleaners, 1-2 pencils, 1 cup borax, string/thread, scissors, heat resistant measuring cup/jar, a tablespoon & access to hot water (microwave) Week Four: world map printable (see resources) and coloring tools
There are no assessments for this course. Students will show their understanding through class discussions, hands on activities and experiments.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
A true teacher shows you where to look, but doesn't tell you what to see.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
133 total reviews
107 completed classes
Hi, my name is Jennifer Jones and my family and I live in Satellite Beach, Florida. I have been a teacher in several different ways, including a classroom teacher, a homeschool teacher and even a teacher on the road when my family traveled full...