Science & Nature
Nature Explorers International Club
Discover a new ecosystem each week! Meet live program animals, plus participate in discussion, games, art, and science. Learn fun facts about the unique wildlife, plants, and landforms of regions around the world the teacher has visited.
Amalia Fernand, M.S. Nature/Earth Science
1038 total reviews for this teacher
11 reviews for this class
Completed by 81 learners
Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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This club will be a fun way to explore the world together! From the chimpanzees of the equatorial African rainforests to the pink river dolphins of the Amazon, the grizzly bears of Alaska, and the Tasmanian devils of Australia, we will take a closer look at the ecosystems that are home to some of the most interesting, and often endangered, creatures on earth. To start out, we will be spending three weeks on each continent. The featured regions listed below are places that Miss Amalia has...
Students will develop a better understanding of specific ecological regions and their relation globally, plus a deeper knowledge of the interesting animals around the world that inhabit them.
I am offering this class because I have had the unique experience of traveling extensively, and photographing wildlife along the way. I will share my excitement for learning about the earth's ecosystems through photos, stories, and cultural artifacts.
Print outs will occasionally be provided, and basic art supplies (paper, coloring utensils, scissors) are recommended.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
If we do feed the program animals, the snake eating a mouse could be considered sensitive content. This does not have to be a part of class though, and can easily be omitted if a parent prefers.
Amalia Fernand, M.S. Nature/Earth ScienceNature Explorers with Ms. Amalia
1038 total reviews
329 completed classes
As an international environmental educator, I have spent the last 25 years teaching kids around the world about nature. Through art projects, science experiments, games, and live animal interactions, I will guide learners to explore and discuss a...