Science & Nature
Nature's Wonders: The Coniferous Forest in Winter
In our one-time class, we will explore trees and animals of the forest, and classify broadleaf and conifer leaves.
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In our class together, learners will be investigating the coniferous forest in winter. We will be exploring the overstory and the understory to find what kind of wildlife lives there. We’ll have fun learning about what makes a coniferous forest unique. Some things we’ll explore are: ❈ What a coniferous forest is ❈ Its wildlife ❈ Differences between broadleaf trees and conifer trees By attending this class learners will gain a better understanding of the natural world and differences...
After completing this class learners will be able to: • Explain what a coniferous forest is and how it’s unique • Illustrate how Winter affects trees • Distinguish a broadleaf tree from a conifer tree • Identify wildlife that lives in this type of forest
No homework required
The learner will need a few sheets of blank white paper, and coloring utensils (a box of crayons, a pack of colored pencils, or a pack of markers).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Informal verbal assessment
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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145 total reviews
462 completed classes
Welcome! It continues to be a privilege to teach on Outschool, and a joy to be able to reach learners around the world. I’m Shelmika or Mrs. Seashell, and I am just as excited to be teaching today on Outschool as I was a year ago. I’m a...